BENEFITING: FRENCH-AMERICAN CULTURAL SOCIETY
The French American Cultural Society supports this wonderful initiative, which intends to light up the Eiffel Tower to signal the start of the “Climate Revolution.” Participate now in the crowd funding campaign, open until Decemer...Read More »
The Vogue Theatre, San Francisco, CA.
Returning for its eighth year, French Cinema Now consists of four delightful days dedicated to significant new works of francophone cinema from France, Belgium and anywhere else you hear the...Read More »
Fraenkel Gallery, San Francisco, CA.
Fraenkel Gallery will present an exhibition of work by Sophie Calle, from October 29 – December 24, 2015. Calle uses photography, text, and video to pursue her sociological and autobiographical investigations. Her...Read More »
Hertz hall, Berkeley, CA.
Under the artistic direction of composer Matthias...Read More »
Multiple Locations, San Francisco Bay Area, CA.
The SF Urban Film Fest (SFUFF) is a unique film festival that focuses on cities and civic engagement inspired by great storytelling. The festival believes compelling stories can help shape...Read More »
San Francisco Symphony, San Francisco, CA.
Click here for more information on the program.
Cobb’s Comedy Club, San Francisco, CA.
Cinema Uptown, Seattle, WA.
A Seattle International Film Festival (SIFF) mini-festival showcasing new Francophone cinema, with spectacular performances from celebrated actors in diverse films, explosive dramas to unpredictable comedies and historical epics to family-friendly animation. This week-long event...Read More »
Multiple Locations, San Francisco, CA.
Two large-scale sculptures from French artist Jean-Michel Othoniel were installed last week: La Rose des Vents at the Conservatory of Flowers in the Golden Gate Park, and Peony, The Knot of Shame at 836M Gallery.
Santa Clara University, CA.
Speaker: Antonio Casilli, associate professor of digital humanities, Telecom Paris Tech
Who is an online troll, as opposed to a rightfully upset Internet user trying to defend his or her opinions? Can...Read More »
Suyama Space, Seattle, WA.
The Seattle Floor, by France-based artist Veit Stratmann, is the fourth variation on a project begun in 2010 and is based on the idea that there are “rules of the game” implicitly present in...Read More »
Roland Barthes would have turned one hundred years old in 2015 ! To celebrate this, the Institut Français is inviting Internet users to take part in a unique digital experience: viewing reality through Roland Barthes’ eyes, by contributing to a major image collection.
A new reading room and bookshop, Albertine Books in French and English, opened in September 2014 at the French Embassy in New York with 14,000 titles from 30 French-speaking countries. An accompanying online shop (albertine.com) has just launched and offers the...Read More »