The Graphic Design Festival started in Paris on January 11, 2017, and for the occasion, the poster order "Creative Sport" by collectives Frenchfourch and Stéréo buro will be exhibited between Jan 11 and Feb 22, 2017, in Paris, London and New York at the same time on street furniture thanks to a partnership with French outdoor advertising corporation JCDecaux.
Here is a list of some of the best animated TV series available for kids on VOD platforms in the U.S. From famous Heidi, Zorro and Yakari to new characters SamSam and Inami, you’ll find something for all ages!
The Film Department has prepared a list of some of the best French TV series available on VOD platforms as Amazon, Hulu and Netflix. With themes like sex (BORGIA, MAISON CLOSE and VERSAILLES), murder, suspense (BRAQUO, THE BUREAU and WITNESSES), humor (CALL MY AGENT), and art, they are definitely worth a watch!
As the holiday season approaches, the book Department offers a subjective, partial and incomplete selection of the best in holiday celebrations through French literature. From major French classic authors to contemporary and children books’ writers, Christmas is celebrated by many fiction characters!
Co-presented by the French Embassy and the Brooklyn Public Library, A Night of Philosophy and Ideas returns to New York this winter with an an all-night marathon of philosophical debate, original performances, art installations, screenings, readings, and music at the Brooklyn Public Library.
Although the advent of Art Basel Miami Beach over the last years has made Florida the home to the world’s most important contemporary art fair, many art residency programs have thrived for over twenty years in the state welcoming established and emerging artists from around the world.
César Vayssié’s interview with Olivier Pierre, Curator, FIDMarseille Selection Committee, was published in French in FIDMarseille News on July 15, 2016. On the occasion of the presentation of Vayssié’s film UFE(UNFILMEVENEMENT) at the Museum of Moving Image’s First Look Festival on January 7, 2017, a translation is available.