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While theaters are still closed in France, artists take to the streets to meet the public. This is particularly the case with the troupe “Vivre dans le feu”, which brings back the airs of Beethoven, Ravel and Saint-Saëns in the courtyards of Parisian buildings.
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The Arab World Institute pays homage to the “Divas, from Oum Kalthoum to Dalida”. The exhibition looks back on the careers and lives of the greatest celebrities of 20th century Arab music and cinema, with period photos, film and concert clips, stage dresses and personal items. While waiting for the reopening to the public, the exhibition is going dematerialized and investing in social networks.
Louis XVI’s office returns to its usual setting in the Palace of Versailles. For two years, this masterpiece of 18th century cabinetmaking underwent meticulous restoration. Considered the most precious in the world, this piece of furniture has now resumed its place in the king’s apartments.
The baguette has dominated French tables for centuries. With only four ingredients (flour, salt, baking powder and water), his recipe is childishly simple. And yet, she has not finished talking about her! The Minister of Culture, Roselyne Bachelot, registered it with Unesco so that it is registered in the intangible heritage of Humanity. The organization must decide in the fall of 2022.
And then, the 10th edition of the film festival “Time is running out”, committed to the UN’s sustainable development goals, is being held online from April 6 to 11, 2021. The jury, chaired by Marie Tabarly, counts in its ranks of big names, such as Wim Wenders, Jan Kounen, Samuel Le Bihan and astronaut Jean-Jacques Favier … Short and feature films are in competition, debates and conferences are offered as well as, for the first time, a professional co-production market.