“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,

French graphic artist Valentin Alizer at Kultuurikatel

Within the framework of the Tallinn Print Triennial, French graphic artist Valentin Alizer, born in 1992, will show a new interactive video installation in the youth exhibition "Spheres" at Kultuurikatel, from May 31st to July 22nd.   Entitled A Saturday Night, il s'agit d'une série de...

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French-Estonian author Katrina Kalda at HeadRead festival in Tallinn

May 25, 2018 - Tallinn

Born in 1980 in Estonia, Katrina Kalda arrived in France at the age of 10. Since 2010, she published 3 novels in French for Gallimard editions (Un roman estonien in 2010, Arithmétique des dieux in 2013, Le pays où les arbres n'ont pas d'ombre in 2016). Her works explore the relations between...

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“Custody” by Xavier Legrand at Soprus starting on May 2nd

"Custody" (Jusqu'à la garde) is the latest movie of French director Xavier Legrand, starring the actress Léa Drucker. A poignant story about divorcees fighting a legal battle for the custody of their son, the movie was a success for critics and won 4 prizes, including the Silver Lion in Venice...

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French language café in May

Tallinn

The concept remains the same: a friendly meeting to practice French, open to all levels starting from intermediate. The participants will be separated in intermediate and advanced level groups. The discussion, guided by a native speaker, will be a wonderful occasion to share your opinions and...

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FrenchLanguage café

Concert of French harpsichordist Pierre Hantaï in Tallinn

April 27, 2018 - Tallinn

Born in 1964, Pierre Hantaï has been passionate about Bach's works since he was 10. After studies in Paris and Amsterdam under the direction of harpsichord masters (Arthur Haas, Gustav Leonhardt), he won awards (2nd prize in theBruges harpsichord competition in 1982) and joined several French...

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