HostnPop is an American corporation founded by Flavia Bottin, a young French entrepreneur, based in Nice.Read More
We are glad to announce you that FRENCH WINK and , the super french bookstore of New York, ALBERTINE are now partners !Read More
On Friday the 21st we will be at the Women In Innovation Forum. We can't wait to hear and be inspired by all the amazing speakers and participants. We are very happy and glad to have our own VIP guests at the French Wink table.Read More
The French-born NY area based artist Laurence de Valmy will be the first woman artist selected for an Artist Residency by the Eileen Kaminsky Foundation in Mana Contemporary, the leading art organization of Jersey City from April to June 2017. An open house will take place on April 30th thereby you will have the opportunity to meet Laurence and to be yourself inspired by her artwork.Read More
"THE FIRST MAN ON MARS WILL BE A WOMAN"
Here is the credo of the second edition of the Women In Innovation Forum held in New York on April 21st. Founder of the event, Catherine Barba, a famous French entrepreneur, wants to break the codes by offering this forum dedicated to women empowerment. Different workshops leaded by powerful leader female entrepreneurs of the country and beyond will happen throughout the day.Read More
We recently told you about the amazing Women in Innovation Forum coming soon in New York. Aurelie Jean, a French native, will be part of the speakers and share her experiences and ideas.Read More
In its mission to promote French Language & Culture in American Schools, Kiddy Frenchy, a New-York based non-profit sponsored a Paris-based Theatre Company, la Cie Picrokole to present to young audiences PUSS IN BOOTS.Read More
Paris is known as the “City of Café”. Actually coffee is something indivisible to the Parisian culture and French lifestyle. French people consume an average of 12lb coffee per person each year. In Paris all day long friends and colleagues are invited to "grab a coffee" in a bistro.Read More
We are glad to announce the on of our artist member, Carole Jury, will paint live on March 30th (5-9pm) in Princeton BoConcept, located in Marketfair at 3535 US1 South. BoConcept chose Carole Jury to be their artistic partner because of her fascinating quality for abstractions that makes her painting suitable to any interior space, whether private or public.Read More
Focus on FRENCH CINEMA offers you a diverse slate of U.S. Premiere and feature films in multiple genres, exploring the richness of contemporary and classic cinema wich underlines the diversity of French culture. The 13th edition of the festival celebrates the Cinema of Québec and highlight films from Francophone countries with a wide selection of newly released narrative and documentary films.Read More
Give your life a Twist with Neolid's innovative products: the first lid and leak free travel mug and lunch box.Read More
The world’s oldest aerobatic demonstration team, the French Patrouille de France, has announced their official flight demonstration calendar for their first ever U.S. tour.Read More
For the International Women Day, on March 8th we paid tribute to French Female leaders as Coco Chanel, Lucie Aubrac and Simone Veil, who opened the path to generations of women to feel equals as men.Read More
They had have 48 hours to make a short film and they did it!
Alex Guillemain, Julien Gantié and Fabien Lacroix are talented and they proved it with their short film "Marginaux" which allows these three friends, originating from the French Riviera, to win a prize for the best short film produced in 48 hours at the "40 hour Film project” in Seattle.Read More
In 1950, Pierre Gassmann opened PICTORIAL SERVICE in the 7th arrondissement of Paris. Henri Cartier-Bresson, Robert Capa, Chim, William Klein, Willy Ronis, Robert Doisneau, Edouard Boubat were customers of the lab. They affectionately called the lab PICTO, its name to this day.Read More
French Art will rule Houston from Thursday, March 2 through Sunday. 2 of our artist members, Carole Jury and Lo Breillat have been selected to be featured in the curated selling exhibition of FRANCE PAVILION at Winter Street Studios (2101 Winter St.).Read More
Rendez-Vous with French Cinema at Lincoln Center is coming up soon (March 1-12) and the tickets are on sale !
The lineup features23 diverse films, comprised of highlights from international festivals and works by both established favorites and talented newcomers.
Opening film Django is a biopic about Django Reinhardt and closing filmthe Odyssey focuses on the life of Commandant Jacques Cousteau.Read More
France is known as the “Country of Cheese” and its long history with cheese has made it a part of its culture. Indeed, cheese is actually so popular in France that it is part of the meal, in between the main course and the dessert. Along with salad or grape, it should be served at room temperature with a glass of wine. Yes, we don’t joke with cheese! To give you an idea a French citizen consumes an average 55 lbs of cheese each year!Read More
New York, NY (February 4th, 2017) - Do you know that behind many motion movies there is a French conception? Illumination Mac Guff, which is responsible of the Despicable Me franchise and the comedy Sing, is a French animated feature production company based in Paris! In animation, France is already a world leader and the signs for 2017 are even more promising!Read More
New York, NY (January 30th, 2017) - La Librairie des enfants offers a wide selection of books but also audio books from 0 to 16 years! In La Librairie des enfants, 80% of books come from French publishing houses such as Hachette or Gallimard. It gives the feeling of an authentic French bookshop.Read More