Évènements culturels à venir
septembre 2019 (4)
26 septembre 2019 - 3 octobre 2019
SIFF and TV5MONDE present French Cinema Now, returning for its eighth year this fall. The 2019 edition showcases 17 extraordinary French-language features from six countries and three continents, opening with the blockbuster comedy The Shiny Shrimps. lire la suite
SIFF Cinema UptownEn savoir plus
511 Queen Anne Ave N,
Seattle, WA 98109
27 septembre 2019
Jean-Baptiste Del Amo, one of France’s most exciting and ambitious young writers, will travel to the US this fall to discuss his prizewinning novel Animalia, translated by Frank Wynne and soon to be published by Grove Atlantic (September 10, 2019). lire la suite
Elliott Bay Bookstore (Seattle)En savoir plus
27 septembre 2019 - 28 septembre 2019
Paris 1942. The bearing of the yellow star for all Jews has been officially decreed. Joseph Haffman offers up his jewlery to his employee Pierre Vigneau on the condition that he hides him while waiting for the political climate to improve. Will Pierre risk illegally hiding his "former" boss in the the walls of his shop ? And if so, under what conditions ?
TLF • Théatre du Lycée Français de San FranciscoEn savoir plus
1201 Ortega Street San Francisco, CA 94122
29 septembre 2019
San Francisco Green Film Festival (closing film : 16 Sunrises, with director Pierre-Emmanuel Le Goff)
Directed by Pierre-Emmanuel Le Goff, 16 Sunrises will be screened for the Closing Night of the San Francisco Green Film Festival, Sunday, September 29 at the Roxie Theatre at 8pm. Director Pierre-Emmanuel Le Goff will be in attendance. lire la suite
Roxie TheatreEn savoir plus
3117 16th St
San Francisco, CA 94103
octobre 2019 (8)
3 octobre 2019 - 13 octobre 2019
Since founding the Mill Valley Film Festival in 1977, Mark Fishkin has shepherded this once small, three-day showcase into an eleven-day, internationally acclaimed cinema event presenting a wide variety of new films from around the world in an engaged, community setting.
Mill ValleyEn savoir plus
3 octobre 2019 - 6 février 2020
From October 6 to February 6, 2020, Elisabeth Daynès’s work will be exhibited at 836M gallery in San Francisco. Born in Beziers (France) in 1960, Elisabeth Daynès lives and works in Paris. In the early stages of her career in theatre, she was fascinated by the question of identity and metamorphosis.
836M GalleryEn savoir plus
836 Montgomery Street,
San Francisco, CA 94133
4 octobre 2019 - 1er novembre 2019
PULSIONS, an exhibition of French contemporary artists curated by artist Kalie Granier, will be presented at Pro Arts Gallery (Oakland) from October 4, 2019 to November 1, 2019. The opening reception will take place on Friday, October 4 from 6pm to 9pm.
Pro Arts Gallery & COMMONSEn savoir plus
150 Frank H. Ogawa Plaza Oakland, CA 94612
5 octobre 2019
On October 5, 2019 at La Gaîté Lyrique (Paris), Gray AreaFoundation for the Arts, a San Francisco-based cultural place dedicated to the digital arts, will be given complete freedom during the “Nuit Blanche”, one of the most exciting events of the Parisian cultural nightlife, to explore immersive, audiovisual and performing experiences with concerts, 360° screenings, DJ and VJ sets.
Gaîté LyriqueEn savoir plus
3 Bis Rue Papin, Paris
10 octobre 2019 - 13 octobre 2019
Hidden Stories is an invisible performance, a site-specific event that blends itself into the urban landscape. Supplied with headphones, the audience is temporarily endowed with the power to hear the thoughts of certain passers-by and to follow them into the unknown.
Downtown PortlandEn savoir plus
13 octobre 2019
ZAZ (born Isabelle Geffroy) has been compared to the likes of Edith Piaf, Yves Montand and Ella Fitzgerald and her signature voice is celebrated all over the world. Hear her live at the Fox Theatre in Oakland this October 13th !
The Fox TheatreEn savoir plus
1807 Telegraph Avenue
Oakland CA 94612
17 octobre 2019
2019 is a milestone in the Alliance française of San Francisco history, a shared 130 year-anniversary with the famous Eiffel Tower !
Autodesk GalleryEn savoir plus
One Market Street, Landmark Building, 2nd floor
San Francisco, CA 94105
17 octobre 2019 - 27 octobre 2019
The 22nd UNAFF will be held from October 17-27, 2019 in Palo Alto, Stanford University, East Palo Alto and San Francisco. This year’s theme SCALES OF JUSTICE continues the decades long celebration of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, emphasizing the fight for justice and exploring possible paths emanating from it into the future.
Stanford UniversityEn savoir plus
novembre 2019 (5)
5 novembre 2019 - 20 novembre 2019
[San Francisco and Berkeley] Inside the Magnetic Fields : Surrealism@100 from November 5th to the 20th
From November 5 though the 17th of 2019, the Bay Area celebrates the 100th anniversary of Surrealism. Inside the Magnetic Fieldwill host artists, curators, musicians, poets, scholars, and writers, with a dedicated interest in Surrealism.
San Francisco and BerkeleyEn savoir plus
10 novembre 2019
Surrounded and influenced by a rich musical and cultural heritage, Johann’s training and performance career developed rapidly and at age 25, he was appointed Organiste de Choeur (Choir Organist) at the Cathedral of Notre Dame, Paris. Hear his iconic performance at the Cathedral of the Madeleine November 10th.
Cathedral of the MadeleineEn savoir plus
331 E S TempleRetour
Salt Lake City, UT 84111
12 novembre 2019 - 24 novembre 2019
Lyonel Trouillot is a Haitian novelist, poet, journalist, and professor of literature. In his new novel KANNJAWOU, an energetic celebration of Haiti and its capital in the early 2000s, Trouillot embodies the nation’s indomitable spirit. KANNJAWOU is available for purchase in English translation by Gretchen Schmid, released by Schaffner Press in March 2019.
US TOUREn savoir plus
15 novembre 2019
It’s a thriving end of the year for polo & pan : Their debut album has sold +70k copies, and they announced a new worldwide tour for 2019. Their “caravelle” has crossed stages all over the world : Usa, mexico, canada, asia, middle-east and europe. Hear them live November 15th at the Fox.
The Fox TheatreEn savoir plus
1807 Telegraph Ave, Oakland, CA
19 novembre 2019
Bernadette Murphy spent seven years looking into the night of Vincent van Gogh’s infamous self-harm. She made an important discovery that re-wrote the story of the world’s most famous artist and was reported all over the world. This presentation will show how—even today, more than 130 years after the event—it is still possible to rewrite history.
UC Berkeley Doe Library, Morrison LibraryEn savoir plus