From March 15 to May 15, 2017, take part in Institut français’ Prix des Jeunes cinéphiles francophones contest! 1) Watch 10 Francophone films 2) Vote for your favourite film 3) Record your review for a chance to win a trip to France!read more
Le Café des Arts, co-organized by the Alliance Française of Vancouver and the cultural services of the French Embassy in Canada, with the participation of Aurelia Bizouard, is a new event that gives local artists a chance to speak
This presentation of Eric Rohmer's Six Moral Tales is the first program in an ongoing Eric Rohmer retrospective at The Cinematheque in 2017.
The Peter Wall Institute and the Cultural Services of the Embassy of France presents the 2017 French Scholar Lecture Series. Join us on April 6 for a talk about Marcel Duchamp and a roundtable with French philosopher and writer Hadrien Laroche in discussion with T'ai Smith.
The French choregrapher Hervé Koubi is back to Vancouver with his new show What the day owes to the night.
For its 18th Edition, Reel 2 Real, the International Film Festival for Youth will showcase 2 French movies.
Including extraordinary photo-reportage alongside a range of popular art, this exhibition, presented at Ryerson Image Centre from January 18 to April 9 2017, recounts the notorious 1971 insurrection at Attica Correctional Facility in western New York State, and the multivalent cultural response that followed.
Thomas Gomart, Director of Ifri, the French Institute of International Relations, will be in Toronto on March 17th for a discussion organized at the Munk School for Global Affairs, on the subject: "Geopolitical Risks : Russia, China and the United States".
The Man Booker International Prize, one of the most prestigious literary prize for books in translation, have selected two Francophone writers for their longlist: Mathias Enard for "Compass" and Alain Mabanckou for "Black Moses".read more
The film as exhibition site is at the centre of this experimental project, both curatorial and cinematographic, by French curator Mathieu Copeland.
L'Inhumaine will be screened on April 11th, 2017 at Innis Town Hall in Toronto as part of the Silent Film Festival. Don't miss the opportunity to discover Marcel L'Herbier's masterpiece.