Every year in early July, the FIDMarseille —Marseille’s International Film Festival— presided by Paul Otchakovsky-Laurens and directed by Jean-Pierre Rehm, proposes a programme of 130 films to approximately 23,000 spectators, in cinemas, theaters, libraries, art galleries, and in open-air amphitheaters throughout the city. The festival presents a large number of films in their world premiere as well as first films. Today, the FIDMarseille is recognized as a source of new cinemas, both documentary productions as well as fiction films.
The National Arts Centre’s Théâtre français is looking for 15 citizens interested in taking part in a unique and collaborative artistic experience, performing in Ça ira (1) Fin de Louis by Joël Pommerat, to be presented at the NAC from March 16 to 19 at 7:30 p.m.
You want to defend an extended idea of dance ? YOU THINK THAT WITH THE PRETEXT OF ORGANISING A COMPETITION, IT IS POSSIBLE TO CREATE A TRUE, BIG AND FREE HAPPENING? AN OPEN TIME TO CHANGE WHAT IS USUALLY ALLOWED? YES? NO? THAT IT CAN EVEN BE MERRY? YOU PRACTICE ACTING, DANCE, FINE ARTS, SOCIOLOGY OR DESIGN, AND YOU THINK YOU HAVE A GOOD IDEA TO INTELLIGENTLY OCCUPY THE SPACE AND TIME? ANY KIND OF A CONTEST MAKES YOU SICK? BUT YOU STILL ARE CURIOUS AS TO THE OUTCOME? YOU WANT TO TAKE PART, WATCH, GIVE IT A TRY? YOU ARE WELCOME.
Urban Films Festival: New round Paris, June 2016Call for Films: submit your movies before February 28,2016 firstname.lastname@example.org
French Films on Campus is a program presented by the Cultural Services of the Embassy and the Consulates of France in Canada. Its purpose is to bring the best of Contemporary French Cinema to college and university students by providing the means for them to organize their own French Film Festivals. The French Films on Campus team is pleased to bring you a rich selection covering a variety of subjects and genres that range from comedy and action to animation and documentary.
YOUNG FRENCH CINEMA is a program of UniFrance films, in partnership with the Cultural Services of the French Embassy in NYC, which aims to bring French films with no American nor Canadian distribution to art house cinemas, film societies, the Alliance Française network, and Canadian universities.
For its first international edition, the Mobile Film Festival announces partnership with United Nations focus on the Climate Change topic.
The purpose of the residence program is to host artists and writers who have a specific project to develop in Paris. Each project, for all disciplines should be carried out in partnership with a previously specified local institution or other structure, company, artist, or indeed a well-known personality from the arts and culture in Paris or surrounding area. Overall, any research project should be developed in Paris, in harmony with the host town and its cultural environment. This residency, which is a privileged period of reflection and creativity for the artist, will contribute to the presence and visibility of international artists in Paris.
The Institut français and the City of Paris offer an artist-in-residence program dedicated to established foreign artists and writers at the Centre international d’accueil et d’échanges des Récollets, a venue for artists and researchers from around the world. The call for entries is open until June 17, 2015.
Emergence Lab is a bilingual residency dedicated to new and emerging forms of storytelling. This five-day residency brings together experienced traditional authors with multimedia artists and technicians to explore the world of multiplatform stories through two storytelling projects specially selected for the program. It will take place June 1-5, 2015 at the Banff Centre. Emergence Lab is a partnership between The Banff Centre, the Institut français, and the French Embassy in Canada with the support of the Canada Media Fund and On Screen Manitoba