“I’m a French expat in Melbourne. For a few years now I have been a journalist, traveller, blogger and today an editor for MyFrenchLife. I want my life to be a long journey, from experience to experience: evolve is my ambition! You’re welcome to visit my travel blog in French and my linkedin page.”
Du 10 mai au 8 septembre 2013, la National Gallery of Victoria expose Monet’s Garden, un hommage au peintre impressionniste français, mettant en lumière son attachement au jardin de Giverny. 62 œuvres sont exposées pour l’occasion.
From 10, May to 8, September 2013, the National Gallery of Victoria displays Monet’s Garden, a tribute to the French Impressionist painter, highlighting his attachment to Giverny’s garden. 62 paintings are exhibited for the occasion.
The Melbourne French Theatre will present the romantic comedy ‘Double The Risk in Love’ in just a few days’ time. Written by French dramatist Marivaux at the beginning of the 18th century, the production was perceived as a revolution of the genre.
After an Australian tour in March, Caroline Nin is going back on stage to introduce the ‘Hymne à Piaf’, from April to June in Paris.For the first time in the City of Light, Caroline Nin introduces her music show created in honour of Piaf, in which she sings in French and tells stories in English.
Benoît Jacquot is an accomplished French director. His filmography is very varied, alternating between large and small budget films. But one constancy is always there: women, as key characters in most of his movies. He is here today to talk about his last movie, ‘Farewell, My Queen’.
Les Adieux à la reine est une fiction adaptée du roman de Chantal Thomas, qui raconte à sa façon les jours suivant la prise de la Bastille dans l’entourage de Marie-Antoinette. Rencontre avec Benoît Jacquot, son réalisateur.
Each year, the Alliance Française in Australia organise a French Film Festival in the country’s main capital cities: Sydney, Melbourne, Canberra, Perth, Adelaide and Brisbane. For one month, a selection of cinemas screen around 40 French movies.
Barely 20 degrees outside, rain, it feels really good when we come inside Mr Mason. Our table is located next to a fireplace (a gas one, but still!). The place is dark and warm, with a lounge and a dining area.