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MATINÉE-CONFÉRENCES SUR LA FRANCOPHONIE 2017 À L’UNIVERSITÉ D’OTTAWA

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MAISON FRANCE NEWSLETTER:

Click here for the December 2016 news

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AMBASSY NEWSLETTER:

Click here to view the French Ambassy October 2016 newsletter

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DIVERCINÉ IN MARCH : AROUND THE WORLD FILMS FROM LA FRANCOPHONIE 

On Friday March 4th (and until Sunday March 13th) the 14th edition of Festival Diverciné invites you again to a travel around the world with 11 films from la francophonie

To be well prepared for this 10 days trip, we propose you to browse all our destinations in less than 10 minutes, with this year’s film trailers.

For more information about the films and all schedules, visit www.divercine.com.

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PLAY – “MES PLUS BELLES HISTOIRES” 

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Date: February 19,2016, 7:30pm.

Place: National Arts Centre, room 4

The exceptional storyteller Lucie Bisson, a magician of language and the winner of several awards who graced our stage last season to great acclaim, arrives this year with her bags full of hearsay, secrets and unspoken resentments.

She will put her flamboyant speech to work in preposterous tales rich in local dialects, stories of the people she has known and recollections of the places she has lived, the bricks and mortar that constitute her house of tales. Behind her deceptively well-behaved manner lurks a rare intensity that magically turns the spectators into characters who are part of her stories.

The evening will begin with Part 2 of Stéphane Guertin’s Vie et mort d’un char boiteux.

INFO: www.lescontesnomades.ca or nac-cna.ca.

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CONFERENCE – “IMPRESSIONISM AND BEYOND

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Date: November 26th, 2015 at 6pm

Place: National Gallery of Canada, 380, Sussex Drive, Ottawa K1N 9N4

In collaboration with the French Embassy in Canada, we cordially invite you to a lecture in French by Xavier Rey of the Musée d’Orsay in Paris and an Impressionism specialist. Rey will highlight the position of Monet within Impressionism, and address the characteristics of this particular style.

Followed by a reception offered by the French Embassy in Canada in the Water Court Foyer, just outside the Auditorium.

Free admission!

In French: English simultaneous interpretation available if you make the request to RSVP_Translation@gallery.ca before November 20, 2015.

INFO: click here!

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PLAY – “QUELQUES LUNES PLUS TARD”

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Date: April 17th at 7:30pm

Place: National Arts Centre, room 4

Les Contes Nomades are pleased to present their sixth and last show of the season, “Quelques lunes plus tard” played by Sasha Dominique. There will be an opening act with the Duo of Jean and Marguerite.

INFO: click here.

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THE OTTAWA INTERNATIONAL WRITERS FESTIVAL – “SPOTLIGHT ON FRENCH LITERATURE”

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The Ottawa International Writers Festival, during the upcoming Fall Edition, will launch a new initiative entitled, Spotlight on French Literature. This Spotlight will celebrate the lives of two of France’s cultural giants Marguerite Duras and Romain Gary both born 100 years ago this year.  Both Duras and Gary won France’s prestigious Prix Goncourt, in fact Gary is the only person to win it twice. Both were novelists and filmmakers of international renown and Gary was also a diplomat.

Dates: Thursday October, 23 to Wednesday October, 29.

Press release and info: click here.

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FIRST EDITION OF THE EUROPEAN FESTIVAL –  “IT’S TIME FOR SHORTS”

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The EUNIC network, which brings together the European national institutes for culture, presents the first edition of the festival “It’s time for shorts”.

Dates: May 8th & 9th

Where? Saw Gallery, 67 Nicholas Street, Ottawa, ON K1N 7B9

Programming: http://www.cfi-icf.ca/index.php?option=com_cfi&task=showevent&id=125&Itemid=1233&lang=fr

Free admission!