“Le redoutable”, the new movie by Michel Hazanavicius, in Estonia on October 12

Award-winning French director Michel Hazanavicius (The Artist, OSS117...) is back with a new comedy on the life on Jean-Luc Godard.

Synopsis: During the making of one of his films, French film director Jean-Luc Godard falls in love with 17-year old actress Anne Wiazemsky and later marries her.  

In Estonian cinemas on October 12th. Languages: French, English, with Estonian and Russian subtitles.

Read this article in: Français, Eesti, Русский,

Festival of Francophonie in Haapsalu

Jan 3 2016 / Mar 22 2016 - Haapsalu

As part of the Festival of Francophonie, various events will take place in Haapsalu.Check out the programme below :Jazz concert: 7 March, 7pm by the jazz trio “Les Incendiaires” at Haapsalu cultural center. Cinema: 11 March, 7pm on srceen the French film “Jappeloup” at Innokas. Cinema /...

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Paris, muse of Estonian painters : exhibition at the Adamson-Eric museum

Jan 20 2016 / Aug 7 2016 - Tallinn

The opening ceremony of the exhibition “the city of lights – Estonian painters in European metropolises” will be held 11 March, at the Adamson-Eric museum with the support of the French Institute in Estonia. The exhibition will feature the work of early 20th century Estonian painters and...

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“The Misanthrope” at the Estonian Drama Theatre – subtitled in French

Jan 7 2016 / Mar 22 2016 - Tallinn

As part of the Francophonie festival, the play Misanthrope will be performed 3 shows with French subtitles, at the Estonian Drama Theatre (Eesti Draamateater). Cast members are 4th year students at the Estonian Music and Theatre Academy. The subtitled performances will take place 16, 21, 22 March...

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EuroBasket Women 2017 : France Vs Estonia in Tallinn, February 24

Feb 18 2016 / Feb 24 2016 - Tallinn

The French national Women Basketball team will play Estonia Februray 24, for their second leg match, as part of the EuroBasket Women 2017 qualification rounds.The French team holds a 28 point-advantage from the first leg match played last November in France. However a victory is never...

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French Illustrator Olivier Tallec in Estonia for the Francophonie Festival

Jan 2 2016 / Mar 12 2016 - Tallinn

As part of the Festival of Francophonie  (10-22 March), we have the pleasure to announce the French book author and illustrator Olivier Tallec’s visit to Estonia. Children and their parents will have the opportunity to meet him and discover his works during several Book Signings and discussions...

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Triinu Tamm, Indrek Koff and Taavi Kerikmäe, Knights of Arts and Letters

Feb 15 2016 / Feb 29 2016 - Tallinn

February 10, 2016, the French Ambassador in Estonia, Michel Raineri, awarded the title of Knights of Arts and Letters to Triinu Tamm, Indrek Koff and Taavi Kerikmäe, during an official ceremony at the French Residency.Triinu Tamm, Indrek Koff and Taavi Kerikmäe were decorated in regognition for...

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Architecture : from the Estonian National Museum to “Reinventing Paris”

Feb 15 2016 / Feb 29 2016 - Tallinn

On February 3, The Mayor of Paris Anne Hidalgo, made public the selected contestants,as part of the architecture competition “Reinventing Paris”. Among them is Lina Ghotmeh and her team DGT Architects for the project “Feeding Massena”. This partnership was founded in Paris in 2006 and...

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Festival of Francophonie in Estonia 9-22 March 2016

Jan 1 2016 / Mar 21 2016 - Tallinn

9 - 22 March 2016 will be held the Festival of Francophonie in Estonia. March is internationally celebrated as the month of Francophonie - French-speaking communities, who celebrate their language and the richness of French-speaking countries' culture.

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“Paris-La Belle Epoque” by ENSO, 12 February

Feb 12 2016 / Feb 12 2016 - Tallinn

Don't miss the Estonian National Symphonic Orchestra - ENSO's first concert of the CITY LIGHT Series: "Paris-La Belle Epoque" !It will take place in Tallinn, 12 February at 19:00, at the Estonia Concert Hall (Estonia pst 4).The 40-year period between the end of the Franco-German war (1871) and...

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