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In Conversation with Elizabeth Bard, Author of Picnic in Provence

“America is my country, and Paris is my hometown,” said the author and Pittsburgh native Gertrude Stein. Stein was among the “Lost Generation” artists who lived in Paris in the 1920s. (Stein coined the moniker,...

“I Don’t Look Back”: An Interview with Juliette Binoche

The award-winning actress talks about her career and latest role in "Clouds of Sils Maria".

Forever Chic by Tish Jett

A former New York fashion editor on the style secrets of les Parisiennes.

French Film: Director Gilles Bourdos Discusses his Renoir Biopic

The movie about the major artist has garnered acclaim around the world.

My France Favourites: Florence Derrick

Florence's love affair with all things French began in Paris, studying History of Art at the Sorbonne, working for a French publishing house and eating an ill-advised quantity of buttery croissants. She returned to England...

My France Favourites: Marianne Lohse

A few travel tips from the veteran French journalist.

My France Favourites: Richelle Harrison Plesse

Travel recommendations from the Sydney-born journalist who's a regular contributor to France Today.

My France Favourites: Justin Postlethwaite

The sight of exotic French girls dancing at a school disco in 1985 (during a school twinning trip to Normandy) first piqued Justin Postlethwaite's fascination for all things French. Later, after graduating in French...

In Conversation: We Meet John Baxter

Why his love affair with France has inspired his work for over 20 years.


Considered a pioneer of the international street-art scene, his work is lauded as a brilliantly low-tech critique of the information era and the saturation of modern life by digital technology.
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