- Mar 31, 2013 to Jun 15, 2013
- Location: FIAF
April 1–June 15
This spring, French is in the air!
French classes for Toddlers, Kids, Teens, and Adults start April 1.
11-Week Session Session Dates
April 1–June 15
Once or twice a week
1½, 2, or 3 hours per week
April 1–May 7
May 8–June 13
Twice a week
6 hours per week
May 20–May 30
June 3–June 14
mornings or evenings
15 hours per week
No classes Monday, May 27
Make-up Friday, June 14 (except Immersion Sessions)
By choosing to learn French at FIAF, you join a large and diverse network of students—over 6,000 per year. FIAF has been offering the highest-quality French instruction for over 100 years and remains the only language school in New York dedicated to teaching French.
- Created by: FIAF
- Apr 28, 2013 to Aug 31, 2013
- Location: NY
je suis Francophone, je vis à New York, j'ai fondé une une non-profit organisation communautaire à Brooklyn, je suis à la recherche de certains cadres bilingues Francophones pouvant completer le staff de direction plutot detenant d'une maitrise ou d'un doctorat.
je suis tres ouvert et flexible au dialogue constructif.
Faites nous part de vos appréhentions professionelles dans notre requete de la recherche de fonds en vue de nous stabiliser graduellement.
- Created by: jeannot toussaunt
- May 9, 2013 to Jun 30, 2013
- Location: Village East Cinema
THE PAINTING (LE TABLEAU) opens 5/10 at the VILLAGE EAST CINEMA
Animation, Jean-Francois Laguionie, France, 2012, 78 mins
In English or in French with English subtitles
In this wryly inventive parable, a kingdom is divided into the three castes: the impeccably painted Alldunns who reside in a majestic palace; the Halfies who the Painter has left incomplete; and the untouchable Sketchies, simple charcoal outlines who are banished to the cursed forest. Chastised for her forbidden love for an Alldunn and shamed by her unadorned face, Halfie Claire runs away into the forest. Her beloved Ramo and best friend Lola journey after her, passing between the forbidden Death Flowers that guard the boundaries of the forest (in one of the film’s most radiantly gorgeous scenes), and arriving finally at the very edge of the painting – where they tumble through the canvas and into the Painter’s studio. The abandoned workspace is strewn with paintings, each containing its own animated world – and in a feast
- Created by: Anna Takayama
- May 16, 2013 to Jun 28, 2013
- Location: Film Forum and Elinor Bunin Munroe Film Center
AUGUSTINE, the debut feature film from French writer-director Alice Winocour, nominated for a 2013 César for Best First Feature is based on the true story of Doctor Jean-Martin Charcot, the 19th century founder of modern neurology - whom Sigmund Freud studied under - and his star teenage patient, the beautiful illiterate kitchen maid Augustine, prone to spectacular and inexplicable fits of "hysteria."
After suffering a seizure which leaves her paralyzed on her right side,19-year-old Augustine (26 year-old recording artist-actress Soko in a break out performance), is shipped off to Paris' all female psychiatric hospital Pitié-Salpêtriere which specializes in detecting the then-fashionable ailment of 'hysteria'. Augustine captures the attention of Doctor Charcot (Vincent Lindon, Mademoiselle Chambon, Welcome) after a seizure which appears to give her intense physical pleasure. Intrigued, he begins using her as his principal subject, hypnotizing her in lecture halls as she displays h
- Created by: Aimee Morris
- May 30, 2013 to Jun 10, 2013
- Location: La Maison Française of NYU
April 12–May 31
EXTENDED THROUGH MONDAY, JUNE 10
Monday–Friday, 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Pears, Pastimes, and People: Caricatures by Daumier and His Contemporaries
Curated by Patricia Mainardi, Christina Lau, and the students of Professor Mainardi ’s New York University Romanticism seminar
La Maison Française of New York University is pleased to present “Pears, Pastimes, and People: Caricatures by Daumier and His Contemporaries,” a survey of French lithographic production in the second quarter of the nineteenth century. The twenty-six prints exhibited, many of them hand-colored, explore a range of themes ranging from political caricature to the popular practice of satirizing social “types,” including the revolutionary war imposter and the avaricious, heartless landlord.
The production of cheap and plentiful prints was made possible by the invention of lithography around 1800. The periodicals La Silhouette (1829-1830), La Caricature (1830-1835), and Le Charivari (1832-1937), founded
- Created by: La Maison Française of NYU
- Jun 2, 2013 at 2:00pm to Jun 30, 2013 at 3:00pm EDT
- Location: Red Market Salon
Hello Everyone !
Need a professional and talented hairstylist ?
From France, just moved in NY from Los Angeles i gonna do your hair at the best salon in the town .
Red Market salon (french salon) is located at Union Square in a beautiful industrial loft, with friendly team and good ambiance where you can drink your glass of wine while i operate my touch on your hair .
Let's do this !
(323) 286 8982
- Created by: Romain Perriniaux