“Bouillon de culture” with the magazines of Culturethèque
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.
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!
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.
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 !
Campus France Estonia now has its own Facebook page !
April 11, 2017
For non-French people who want to study in France, Campus France is the place to go. This French agency has three main missions : promoting French higher education worldwide, supervizing the mobility of students, researchers and French experts, and supporting French institutions that want to...Read more
Culturethèque – the “Victoires de la Musique”, French song contest 2017
May 30, 2017
The "Victoires de la Musique 2017" were held on February 10th in Paris. Culturethèque gives you the chance to discover some of the nominated artists of this year : NOMINÉE DANS LA CATÉGORIE ARTISTE FÉMININE DE L'ANNÉE : IMANY Si vous avez raté son concert à Tallinn dimanche...Read more
Open government and digital democracy: an interview published in Sirp
April 10, 2017
In January, we organized a debate with French and Estonian experts on the topic Is the Future of our Democracies Online? and invited to Tallinn Ms Laure Lucchesi, expert on open data, and head of the mission Etalab* within the services of the French Prime minister. Laure Lucchesi gave an interview...Read more
Lecture “Doing Business in France” to Estonian Business School Master
February 10, 2017
Coralyne Bonaldi, Trade Advisor (Business France), and Pascal Millard, Economic Advisor at the French Embassy in Estonia, gave a lecture to students of the Estonian Business School and Tallinn Technological University on Wednesday 8 February 2017. Within the framework of the Master...Read more
Estonian Government is looking for: WEBSITE EDITORS-TRANSLATORS WITH FLUENT ENGLISH, GERMAN OR FRENCH
February 9, 2017
The mission of the Government Office is to support the Estonian Government and Prime Minister in policy drafting and implementation. Estonia will be holding the presidency of the Council of the EU in the second half of 2017. This means that Estonia will act as a neutral mediator and broker between...Read more
Estonian artists at the FESTIVAL OF YOUNG EUROPEAN PHOTOGRAPHY
January 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...Read more
Meetup on digital democracy: read our recap!
December 5, 2016
On November 29th, the French Institute of Estonia and the association Open Knowledge Estonia organized a meetup at Tallinn University to discuss digital democracy. French and Estonian experiences such as online platforms to involve citizens in the decison making process of cities, or open data...Read more
Watch more French movies with Eurochannel
October 31, 2016
Willing to discover more French movies on TV? Eurochannel, the worldwide leading award-winning TV channel dedicated to European cinema, has arrived to Estonia. Its programmes, that include many European and French masterpieces, are offered with Estonian subtitles. Eurochannel is now available...Read more
Discover French innovation on our Medium page
November 14, 2016
We opened a page on the social network Medium: you can follow us at medium.com/@if_estonie This page will be dedicated to French innovation at a time when the digital revolution is transforming our cultures, economies, cities and societies. You can already read our first post focusing on...Read more