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Taking Blues to New Places with R&B, Southern Soul, and Urban Style:

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Taking Blues to New Places with R&B, Southern Soul, and Urban Style…

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Added by billy jones bluez on October 28, 2017 at 3:16pm — No Comments

OFF BROADWAY Fraking Trip : Journey to Freedom

Fraking Trip is a brand new performance written, directed and choreographed by french artist Lucile Frak Graciano, the 2017 winner of NY's Got Talent. 

Fraking Trip tells the story of a young woman with an active imagination setting off into the world on a journey of…

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Added by Lucile Frak Graciano on July 8, 2017 at 1:50pm — No Comments

OFF BROADWAY Fraking Trip : Journey to Freedom

Fraking Trip is a brand new performance written, directed and choreographed by french artist Lucile Frak Graciano, the 2017 winner of NY's Got Talent. 

Fraking Trip tells the story of a young woman with an active imagination setting off into the world on a journey of…

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Added by Lucile Frak Graciano on July 8, 2017 at 1:50pm — No Comments

CASTING French-speaking actors for SAG commercial!

Hello!

I am a casting director in NYC looking for male actors in their 20s who are comfortable reading and speaking french fluently. This is for a paid SAG commercial that will run in France. We are auditioning in our office tomorrow Tuesday, April 5th and the spot shoots April 27th - 29th.

To apply, please email a photo and resume to bethmelskycasting@gmail.com ASAP. If you have any leads, suggestions OR questions, please email as…

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Added by Sara Conte on April 4, 2016 at 4:33pm — No Comments

400 langues existent en France, et autant de façons d'imaginer des solutions pour son avenir: l'éducation bilingue, nouveau modèle pour la France.

Au premier semestre de 2015, le taux de chômage des jeunes atteint des sommets vertigineux de 24%[1]. Des études désarmantes révèlent que trois ans après l’obtention d’un diplôme universitaire, 4 jeunes sur 10 peinent à trouver un emploi…

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Added by Lauren Ducrey on January 27, 2016 at 6:30pm — No Comments

Train attack, Légion d’Honneur and Charlie Hebdo – a charged week in France

So, when we think about Paris, what we see in our mind's eye is tour Eiffel, Champs Élysées, champagne and elegance.



Maybe we think about crowded streets, maybe the old buildings and dog poo (yes, this appears to be one of the top inconveniences of people visiting), but we don't imagine guns and blood in a train.



Read the article below, for a shift…

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Added by Llyane Stanfield on August 27, 2015 at 12:30pm — No Comments

Jump to the next level by using this



So, do you make language learning about sitting at a desk, reading from a textbook?

Do you feel that all the fun and passion are drained away?

And French language should be all about fun and passion, no?

With my method, you'll open the doors to the adventure of French language learning.

Read the article below to see just some of…

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Added by Llyane Stanfield on August 12, 2015 at 5:51pm — No Comments

Jump to the next level by using this



So, do you make language learning about sitting at a desk, reading from a textbook?

Do you feel that all the fun and passion are drained away?

And French language should be all about fun and passion, no?

With my method, you'll open the doors to the adventure of French language learning.

Read the article below to see just some of…

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Added by Llyane Stanfield on August 12, 2015 at 5:50pm — No Comments

If you want to become bilingual, you must do this



So, are you impatient to be bilingual?



You may think that's a rhetorical question, but do you think that you can see the end of the tunnel if you never started to cross it?



That's how most people operate without knowing when they decide to take on French.



Read the article below to see what you may have…

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Added by Llyane Stanfield on August 5, 2015 at 5:00pm — No Comments

Are the French rude to the American tourists?

cafe politeness

By Llyane, on June 23rd, 2015



So have you ever heard anyone complaining that the French are rude?

It has become a common stereotype,…

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Added by Llyane Stanfield on June 24, 2015 at 6:00pm — 2 Comments

20 places you must see in Paris



So have you ever found yourself overwhelmed by big crowds that you just wanted to run and escape?

Sometimes big cities can have that effect, no? Especially in Paris, everywhere you turn it seems there’s a tourist…

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Added by Llyane Stanfield on June 18, 2015 at 9:00pm — No Comments

Why you shouldn’t go to Paris



So, Paris is not the city you should visit.

Let me explain. I read an article the other day that started like this:

“Don’t expect Paris to always live up to its glossy, Hollywood-manufactured image. It’s also a…

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Added by Llyane Stanfield on June 9, 2015 at 10:00pm — No Comments


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Don't miss classic film noir PEPE LE MOKO this Friday in Washington Sq. Park!

"Film noir as we know (and love) it is just around the corner from here." - Melissa Anderson, Time Out



"[Pépé le Moko] was described by Jean Cocteau as “a masterpiece".” - G. Vincendeau



PEPE LE MOKO

By Julien Duvivier

with Jean…

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Added by Nathalie Charles on June 8, 2015 at 4:00pm — No Comments


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Films on the Green continues this Friday with Franco-Lebanese comedy CARAMEL in Washington Sq. Park!

"Charming... Lovely, Hard to resist." - The New York Times

"Sweet, intimate and sophisticated." - Los Angeles Times

CARAMEL (…

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Added by Nathalie Charles on June 1, 2015 at 1:30pm — No Comments

Edith Piaf: her 100th anniversary would be this December…

So do you love Edith Piaf?

As a wonderfully talented singer who became widely regarded as France’s national diva of her time, her music is timeless!

And what better way to celebrate the 100th anniversary of…

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Added by Llyane Stanfield on May 28, 2015 at 12:00am — No Comments


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Films on the Green begins this Friday with Brigitte Bardot in ...AND GOD CREATED WOMAN in Central Park!

...AND GOD CREATED WOMAN (Et Dieu créa la Femme)

Directed by Roger Vadim

with Brigitte Bardot, Jean-Louis Trintignant, Curd Jürgens

1956 | Romance | PG | 1h35 | France



Juliette is a seductive young woman…

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Added by Nathalie Charles on May 26, 2015 at 11:00am — 1 Comment


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Films on the Green begins this Friday in Central Park with "Purple Noon" starring Alain Delon!

Purple Noon (Plein Soleil)

By René Clément

Starring Alain Delon, Maurice Ronet

1960 | Thriller | PG-13 | 1h58 | Janus Films



A rich American industrialist gives Tom Ripley the task of bringing his son Philippe home. Tom, also a former friend of Philippe, finds him in Italy enjoying himself with his mistress Marge Duval and with no intention of…

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Added by Nathalie Charles on May 27, 2014 at 10:43am — No Comments


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2014 Films on the Green Festival

A play on the 1966 Godard film title Masculin Feminin, “Masculin / Masculin” presents a gamut of colorful male figures in French film—lovers, heroes, gangsters, and rebels. From love to war, and from neuroses to humor, this year’s festival offers the most memorable…

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Added by Nathalie Charles on May 13, 2014 at 12:30pm — 4 Comments


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Films on the Green: "A Summer's Tale" by Rohmer at Transmitter Park, Brooklyn on Friday August 2!

A SUMMER'S TALE (CONTE D'ÉTÉ)

By Eric Rohmer, 1996, Romance, Rated G, 1h53, Les Films du Losange

Starring Melvil Poupaud, Amanda Langlet, Gwenaëlle Simon, Aurélia Nolin, Aimé Lefèvre



Official Selection of Cannes Film Festival (1996)…



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Added by Nathalie Charles on July 29, 2013 at 10:30am — No Comments

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