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Institut français
Publishing is the main cultural industry in France, and also one of the most international ones. With over 50 professionals responsible for books within the cultural network abroad, France has a unique tool at its disposal.

Apeejay Language Festival 2017

World wide
Institut français India is pleased to participate at the fourth edition of Apeejay Language Festival 2017.
Date : Saturday, 29th April, 2017
Venue : Oxford Bookstore, N-81, Connaught Place, New Delhi 110 001
Source: Bibliofrance.in

Copyright Day

World wide
On the occasion of World Intellectual Property Day on April 26, 2017, Institut français India, in collaboration with Centre for Science and Humanities and National Institute of Intellectual Property (France), has great pleasure in hosting a Copyright Day Seminar.
Source: Bibliofrance.in

Quais du polar festival

World wide
Institut français India will also participate at Quais du polar festival, from 31st March to 2nd April in Lyon. Quais du polar is THE key event of the genre.
Source: Bibliofrance.in

Salon du Livre Paris 2017

World wide
Institut français India is happy to participate at The Paris Book Fair 2017 (37th edition), “Livre Paris 2017”, from 24th to 27th March.
Source: Bibliofrance.in

Adam Hocker Reads Albertine Prize Finalist ‘Naked’

World wide
Naked, a novel by Jean-Philippe Toussaint (translated from the French by Edward Gauvin, Dalkey Archive/US, Éditions de Minuit/FR) is long-listed for the Albertine Prize, a reader’s
Source: Albertine Books in French and English

Albertine Prize Finalist: The Heart by Maylis de Kerangal

World wide
The Heart takes place over the 24 hours surrounding a fatal car crash and the subsequent heart transplant as life is taken from a young man and given to a dying woman.
Source: Albertine Books in French and English

Alexandra Schwartz Reads Albertine Prize Finalist ‘The Little Communiste Who Never Smiled’

World wide
The Little Communiste Who Never Smiled, a novel by Lola Lafon, translated from the French by Nick Caistor, Seven Stories Press (US), Actes Sud (FR) is long-listed for the Albertine Priz
Source: Albertine Books in French and English

Tom Roberge Reads Albertine Prize Finalist ‘Bardo or Not Bardo’

World wide
Bardo or Not Bardo, a novel by Antoine Volodine, translated from the French by J. T. Mahany, (Open Letter Books/US), Le Seuil/FR), is long-listed for the Albertine Prize, a reader’s choice award.
Source: Albertine Books in French and English

Sam Sacks Reads Albertine Prize Finalist ‘Infidels’

World wide
Infidels, a novel by Abdellah Taia, translated from the French by Alison L.
Source: Albertine Books in French and English

Patrick McGrath Reads Albertine Prize Finalist ‘Ladivine’

World wide
Ladivine,  by Marie NDiaye, translated from the French by Jordan Stump, (Knopf /US, Gallimard /FR), is long-listed for the Albertine Prize, a reader’s choice award.
Source: Albertine Books in French and English

Nicole Rudick Reads Albertine Prize Finalist ‘Suite For Barbara Loden’

World wide
Suite For Barbara Loden, a novel by Nathalie Léger, translated from the French by Natasha Lehrer and Cécile Menon, (Dorothy, a publishing project/US, P.O.L./FR), is long-listed for the
Source: Albertine Books in French and English

Liesl Schillinger Reads Albertine Prize Finalist ‘Couple Mechanics’

World wide
Couple Mechanics , a novel by Nelly Alard, translated from the French Adriana Hunter, (Other Press/US, Gallimard /Fr.), is long-listed for the Albertine Prize, a reader’s choice awa
Source: Albertine Books in French and English

Kaiama L. Glover Reads Albertine Prize Finalist ‘Eve Out Of Her Ruin’

World wide
Eve out of her Ruins, a novel by Ananda Devi, translated from the French by Jeffrey Zuckerman, (Deep Vellum /US, Gallimard/FR) is long-listed for the Albertine Prize, a rea
Source: Albertine Books in French and English

David Samuels Reads Albertine Prize Finalist ‘Constellation’

World wide
Constellation, a novel by Adrien Bosc, translated from the French by Willard Wood, (Other Press/US, Stock/FR), is long-listed for the Albertine Prize, a reader’s choice award.
Source: Albertine Books in French and English

Apeejay Language Festival 2017

World wide
Institut français India is pleased to participate at the fourth edition of Apeejay Language Festival 2017.
Date : Saturday, 29th April, 2017
Venue : Oxford Bookstore, N-81, Connaught Place, New Delhi 110 001
Source: Bibliofrance.in

Copyright Day

World wide
On the occasion of World Intellectual Property Day on April 26, 2017, Institut français India, in collaboration with Centre for Science and Humanities and National Institute of Intellectual Property (France), has great pleasure in hosting a Copyright Day Seminar.
Source: Bibliofrance.in

Quais du polar festival

World wide
Institut français India will also participate at Quais du polar festival, from 31st March to 2nd April in Lyon. Quais du polar is THE key event of the genre.
Source: Bibliofrance.in

Salon du Livre Paris 2017

World wide
Institut français India is happy to participate at The Paris Book Fair 2017 (37th edition), “Livre Paris 2017”, from 24th to 27th March.
Source: Bibliofrance.in

Adam Hocker Reads Albertine Prize Finalist ‘Naked’

World wide
Naked, a novel by Jean-Philippe Toussaint (translated from the French by Edward Gauvin, Dalkey Archive/US, Éditions de Minuit/FR) is long-listed for the Albertine Prize, a reader’s
Source: Albertine Books in French and English

Albertine Prize Finalist: The Heart by Maylis de Kerangal

World wide
The Heart takes place over the 24 hours surrounding a fatal car crash and the subsequent heart transplant as life is taken from a young man and given to a dying woman.
Source: Albertine Books in French and English

Alexandra Schwartz Reads Albertine Prize Finalist ‘The Little Communiste Who Never Smiled’

World wide
The Little Communiste Who Never Smiled, a novel by Lola Lafon, translated from the French by Nick Caistor, Seven Stories Press (US), Actes Sud (FR) is long-listed for the Albertine Priz
Source: Albertine Books in French and English

Tom Roberge Reads Albertine Prize Finalist ‘Bardo or Not Bardo’

World wide
Bardo or Not Bardo, a novel by Antoine Volodine, translated from the French by J. T. Mahany, (Open Letter Books/US), Le Seuil/FR), is long-listed for the Albertine Prize, a reader’s choice award.
Source: Albertine Books in French and English

Sam Sacks Reads Albertine Prize Finalist ‘Infidels’

World wide
Infidels, a novel by Abdellah Taia, translated from the French by Alison L.
Source: Albertine Books in French and English

Patrick McGrath Reads Albertine Prize Finalist ‘Ladivine’

World wide
Ladivine,  by Marie NDiaye, translated from the French by Jordan Stump, (Knopf /US, Gallimard /FR), is long-listed for the Albertine Prize, a reader’s choice award.
Source: Albertine Books in French and English

Nicole Rudick Reads Albertine Prize Finalist ‘Suite For Barbara Loden’

World wide
Suite For Barbara Loden, a novel by Nathalie Léger, translated from the French by Natasha Lehrer and Cécile Menon, (Dorothy, a publishing project/US, P.O.L./FR), is long-listed for the
Source: Albertine Books in French and English

Liesl Schillinger Reads Albertine Prize Finalist ‘Couple Mechanics’

World wide
Couple Mechanics , a novel by Nelly Alard, translated from the French Adriana Hunter, (Other Press/US, Gallimard /Fr.), is long-listed for the Albertine Prize, a reader’s choice awa
Source: Albertine Books in French and English

Kaiama L. Glover Reads Albertine Prize Finalist ‘Eve Out Of Her Ruin’

World wide
Eve out of her Ruins, a novel by Ananda Devi, translated from the French by Jeffrey Zuckerman, (Deep Vellum /US, Gallimard/FR) is long-listed for the Albertine Prize, a rea
Source: Albertine Books in French and English

David Samuels Reads Albertine Prize Finalist ‘Constellation’

World wide
Constellation, a novel by Adrien Bosc, translated from the French by Willard Wood, (Other Press/US, Stock/FR), is long-listed for the Albertine Prize, a reader’s choice award.
Source: Albertine Books in French and English

I’d Rather Eat A Child

World wide
On the occasion of Goût de France – Day of French Gastronomy an international program which is celebrated all around the world, The Book Office of Institut français India in collaboration with Full Circle is going to organize a reading session from the book ‘I'd Rather Eat A Child’ for c
Source: Bibliofrance.in
IF Livre

IF livre, French Authors Abroad

Institut français
Publishing is the main cultural industry in France, and also one of the most international ones. With over 50 professionals responsible for books within the cultural network abroad, France has a unique tool at its disposal.

Shoot the book! Los Angeles at the American Film Market

Institut français
The second edition of Shoot the book! Los Angeles will take place during the 2016 American Film Market.

Fellowship Program in Paris

Institut français
Le Bureau international de l’édition française, in partnership with CNL and SOFIA, invites 14 publishers from abroad to spend a professional week in Paris in order to broaden their knowledge of the French book market.

South Ken Kids Festival 2016

Institut français
The South Ken Kids Festival is back for its 19th edition from Monday 14 to Sunday 20 November, with work-shops, talks, live drawing, storytelling, films, music, théatre and book signings, in the presence of 24 newly published and freshly translated writers and illustrators from France, the UK, an

Shoot the book! Cannes 2016

Institut français
The Institut français and the Société Civile des Editeurs de Langue Française (SCELF – professional association of French-language publishers) have joined forces for the second year running to develop the Shoot the Book!

Meet the Beijing book department

Institut français
The Institut français in Beijing is one of the most important branches of the French cultural network. It is located in the Chaoyang district, in the eastern part of the Chinese capital.

Meet the Warsaw book department

Institut français
Frédéric Constant, the médiathèques (multimedia libraries) Director and Books Officer at the Institut Français of Poland gave me a warm welcome during the Warsaw Book Fair in May 2015.

Quais du polar Festival 2016

Institut français
The Quais du polar Festival, a major event in the French crime fiction calendar, will take place in Lyon from 1 to 3 April 2016.

Livre Paris 2016 (Paris Book Fair)

Institut français
Newly rechristened “Livre Paris”, this year’s Paris Book Fair will be held from 17 to 20 March 2016, at the Porte de Versailles.

Nuit des idées in Paris

Institut français
The French Ministry of Foreign Affairs will open its doors for a Night of Ideas with great French and foreign actors of contemporary thought. On France Culture radio station the day will be devoted to international exchanges of ideas.

Marie-Aude Murail in Budapest

Institut français
The Institut français of Hungary will be welcoming, starting on December 10, 2015, and up until February 10, 2016, an exhibit entitled ‘‘Our Favorite Heroes’’, evoking the literary heroes of the L’Ecole des loisirs publishing house, focusing on four themes: tenderness, fairy tales and nur

L'École des loisirs in New york

Institut français
Following Canada, India, Israel and Algeria in November 2015, it will be New York’s turn to celebrate the 50th anniversary of L’École des loisirs, with exhibits and encounters with the authors of this publishing house devoted to children’s literature, in December 2015.

Meet the New York book department

Institut français
Laurence Marie is France’s cultural attaché in New York, and the Director of the New York Book Department. She brings great enthusiasm to coordinating and facilitating numerous activities aimed at promoting French books in the United States.

"Dialogues on Contemporary Issues" with the Institut français and Odéon-Théâtre de l'Europe

Institut français
The Institut français and Odéon – Théâtre de l’Europe are offering, for the 2015-2016 season, international encounters entitled « Les dialogues du contemporain » (Dialogues on Contemporary Issues).

London and Prague médiathèques (media libraries), two emblematic examples

Institut français
The Aid Plan for Media Libraries of the Institut français in Paris is offering the Cultural Network media libraries a personalized assistance, from expertise to project support.