“Bouillon de culture” with the magazines of Culturethèque

A bit of cultural reading never killed anyone and the magazines available on Culturethèque are here to prove it! Here is a selection of the best ones.

You don’t know what to do of your last summer nights? Here is a solution to your problem! We made for you a selection of the most interesting cultural magazines available on Culturethèque. You will soon know everything about the films you have to watch urgently or about the artists and other personalities of the moment you should follow. A pleasant way to progress in french.

 

Les Inrockuptibles

Created in 1986 by two friends fond of music, this magazine quickly became a reference in terms of musical actuality but also literature, cinema and a lot more… And the reason is simple! Each issue is full of quality interviews and it regularly makes you discover new artists which possess an incredible talent. You will have a lot of songs to add to your playlist!

 

 

Première

You don’t know which film to choose for your next movie night? No worries! The Première magazine is here to help you. You will find interviews, film reviews, reportages on actors and directors… Each issue is also presenting all the films released in cinema during the week and the ones available in DVD. You can be sure that you will know everything on the film industry and its actuality.

 

 

L’éléphant

This magazine of general knowledge is published quarterly and it will be your best ally to shine in society! In each issue, you will find 160 pages written by a team of experts in art, literature, history, science, philosophy, health, politics and well-being… And in order to help you memorizing what you read, little questionnaires and games created by the journalists themselves are waiting for you on the website of the magazine.

 

So keep calm and read a magazine on Culturethèque !

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Opening of the new Camille Claudel Museum

Mar 30 2017

Between 1876 and 1879, Camille Claudel spent three years as a teenager in the small town of Nogent-sur-Seine in the department of Aube, some one hundred kilometers from Paris. These were determining years for the young artist as she met her future master and "discoverer" of her talent, French...

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Papanosh and a Chicken in a Bottle: an interview

Mar 27 2017

Raphaël Quenehen, you have performed in Estonia with Petite Vengeance in November 2015, as part of the Autumn Season of Jazzkaar, and you are coming here again in April 2017 with Papanosh to take part in the Jazzkaar Festival. How does it feel to be coming back to Estonia with your friends of...

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Lagardère Foundation accepting grant applications now

Mar 30 2017

Every year, the Lagardère foundation rewards original and ambitious projects in fields closely linked to culture and media. A prestigious jury delivers grants to young project leaders in the following professions: documentary director, animated film director, digital creator, writer, newspaper...

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Opening of the feminist photo exhibition #naistEST

Mar 10 2017

The opening of the trilogy of feminist photo exhibitions #naistEST took place at the Museum of Occupations on Wednesday, March 8. It includes "Cherchez la femme" (Look for the woman), a series of photographs by the French artist Nicole Miquel. The exhibition is open until April 30. Read more

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Pictures of the French language day

Mar 16 2017

On March 1, the Gustav Adolf School of Tallinn held the French language day. During this day different kinds of activities were organized in connection with the French language and the cultures of french-speaking countries. Read more!

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Estonian artists at the FESTIVAL OF YOUNG EUROPEAN PHOTOGRAPHY

Jan 18 2017

The Circulation(s) festival is the most original and ambitious project in contemporary photography. It is dedicated to the European photographic diversity and it aims to discover new talents. Since its creation in 2011, more than 225 artists have been exposed and the festival welcomed about 250 000...

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