Fresh & free French films for all !
The Embassy of France in Canada’s Prix du livre enrichi francophone pour la jeunesse [Enhanced Francophone Book Award for Young Authors], organized in collaboration with the Salon du livre de l’Outaouais, aims to promote French expertise and digital innovation in the world of publishing. Enhanced books, augmented books… though the names and the technology might differ, the results are the same: a new way of looking at publishing that aims to redefine the practices and usages of the industry. These innovations—a key factor in the evolution that publishing business models will see over the coming years—herald a revolution in the publishing world.read more
After two first screenings at Toronto Reference Library, the film series "Filming at the Borders: Migrating to Europe Today" comes back in April at Innis Town Hall Theatre, at the University of Toronto.
Québec City’s chamber orchestra and resident ensemble at the Palais Montcalm, will be conducted by Mathieu Lussier and joined by the ethereal, sensuously beautiful voice of extraordinary French countertenor Philippe Jaroussky for a program of Baroque works by Händel, Bach, Fux, and Graun, on April 13th 2017 at 8:00pm.
In conjunction with International Women's Day 2017, the documentary "Women and Men" by French journalist and film maker Frédérique Bedos will be shown at Toronto Reference Library's Beeton Hall on March 9th.
The European Union Delegation to Canada and the Canadian Association of Journalists (CAJ) are delighted to launch the 2017 edition of the European Union-Canada Young Journalist Fellowship.read more
The 2017 ‘Spotlight on France’ marks the first-ever official mission from France to Canadian Music Week. A delegation of French professionals will be in town to participate in one of the most important conferences dedicated to the music industry. 5 French groups will also perform during the festival on April 19, 2017 at the Rivoli.
The journal "Literary Journalism Studies" has dedicated its latest issue to Francophone literary journalism, its history, influences and legacies, from France to Canada and Belgium.read more
Invited by the Toronto French School and Alliance française Toronto, Yann Arthus-Bertrand will be in Toronto for the Earth Week. Meet with him during a special evening at the Alliance française Toronto on April 18th 2017 and for a lecture at the Toronto French School on April 21st 2017.
Are you interested in studying in France? Come and meet with the Campus France team at our partner’s exhibition: Study & Go Abroad Fair on Sunday March 5th in Toronto . We will be happy to help you design your study project
From January 18 to March 4 2017, explore Julien Prévieux's exhibition, Prix Marcel Duchamp 2014, who looks into issues related to the economy, politics and technology, through criticism, humor and diversion.