The award-winning director of such acclaimed films as Monsieur Hire, The Hairdresser's Husband, Ridicule and The Man on the Train joins us to introduce his lovely 1999 romantic fantasy.
Discussion with Béatrice Vaugrante, general director of Amnesty International Canada, French division, followed by the documentary Voyage en barbarie by Delphine Deloget
As a high ranking civil servant, you wish to improve, develop new skills directly linked to your missions, exchange viewpoints and best practices with colleagues from throughout the world? Each year, ENA selects around 80 candidates for its long-term international cycles and those of the Instituts Régionaux d’Administration (IRA). You can be one of them if you meet the required conditions.read more
The Alliance française du Manitoba, which turned 100 years old last year, offers us a beautiful brand new website to take us with them on their journey since their foundation in 1915.read more
Between September 21 and October 2, 2016, up to 200 movies from Canada and over 40 other countries will be featured at CIFF, including 3 French movies.
On October 1st, Nuit Blanche Toronto puts the spotlight on French artists. Samuel Bianchini, Jean-Christian Knaff, Claude Miceli and Jérôme Havre will be among the representatives of this dynamic and remarkable scene that visitors can discover from sunset to sunrise.
Ulla von Brandenburg's major exhibition will include a new film and installation, both responsive to the site where the film is shot, Théâtre des Amandiers, France, and the space of the exhibition at The Power Plant.
An immersive, psychedelic work whose sculptural properties are enhanced by 3D, Nightlife by Berlin-based French contemporary artist Cyprien Gaillard summons a hallucinatory rebellion of urban botany as it forges mysterious yet suggestive links of resistance and resolve across time and space.
With more than 110 French films selected this year, including 42 (33 features and 9 shorts) of majority French production, the Tor
During the TIFF, Alliance Française, Unifrance, The Consulate General of France in Toronto and the Institut Français are pleased to invite you to a special meeting with Agnès Varda.