Nov 24, 2021
Paris Street Art
Street art and wall art has existed for centuries in various forms. But the contemporary phenomena, in Paris, began partially in the forms of slogans on the walls and posters of the Fine Arts students during the student riots of May 1968. It was also kickstarted with artists such as conceptual artist Daniel Buren, who pasted stripes over advertisements at metros to demonstrate that art can exist anywhere and will create a conversation.
Nov 12, 2021
The Writers Campus for 20 emerging tv writers from around the world is back for its fifth edition!
20 upcoming writers from around the world will be selected to take part in the week-long writing workshop in March in Lille. Within this creative incubator, candidates will have the opportunity to develop their TV series project with renowned tutors.
Nov 7, 2021
Croissant: a history of the croissant and some croissant facts
Ah the croissant, the iconic French pastry... What if we were to tell you that history of the croissant suggests that it may not be French at all!? In this article, we dive into the history and the facts and myths about the croissant.
Nov 3, 2021
Interview with Charlène Favier – Slalom
15 year-old Lyz, a high school student in the French Alps, has been accepted to a highly selective ski club whose aim is to train future professional athletes. Taking a chance on his new recruit, Fred, ex-champion turned coach, decides to make Lyz his shining star regardless of her lack of experience. Under his influence, Lyz will have to endure more than the physical and emotional pressure of the training.