MAY 2019
Cultural Agenda


Last chance to apply for the Jazz & New Music program!

Designed to encourage the creative and professional development of French jazz and contemporary composers, musicians and ensembles in the U.S., this program is developed by the Cultural Services and the FACE Foundation.

Applications will be accepted until May 5.

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Bring French films to your campus withTournées Film Festival - a program in partnership with the FACE Foundation. 

Discover the shortlisted contemporary and classic films and find out how to apply for this grant.

Applications for the 2019/2020 edition will be accepted until May 31.

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Last call to present your project fostering student mobility between France and the U.S.

Grant applications for the Transatlantic Mobility Program are due by May 8.

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The Young French Cinema - a new generation of Directors, is a program of UniFrance and the Cultural Services of the French Embassy in the U.S available to U.S. art house cinemas, film societies, the Alliance Française network and universities. The program includes 12 feature films (11 French, one Canadian) and 8 short films. All films can be booked “à la carte." For all requests please contact UniFrance (

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Hervé Koubi and 12 male dancers will perform at Spoleto Festival USA for the first time.

Hervé Koubi's company, which is well-known for its blend of different types of street dance, will present its new creation The Barbarian Nights or the First Dawns of the World on May 25 and 26 in Charleston. A masterclass wil be organized in addition to the shows.

The performance at Spoleto is supported by FUSED - French US Exchange in Dance - a program developed by the Cultural services of the French Embassy and the FACE Foundation.

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The latest film by Claire Denis - High Life - will be screened at the Ciné movie theater in Athens on May 3.

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French conductor Lionel Bringuier will lead the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra on May 2 and 4.

The program titled Made in Paris includes works by Ravel, Stravinsky and Prokofiev.

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Donald Runnicles, guest conductor, returns at the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra for an all-French program including Debussy, Milhaud and Canteloup on May 23 and 25.

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Don't miss the last days of The Mellon Collection of French Art at the Frist Art Museum in Nashville.

Exhibition ends on May 5.

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From April 6 to July 14, the High Museum of Art presents the European Masterworks: the Phillips collection.

Discover the iconic works by Impressionist, Post-Impressionist, Expressionist, and Cubist artists brought together by Duncan Phillips who wanted to share European modernism with a larger audience.

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