I am so happy that French A L.A Carte USA was named one of The Best French Blogs for Francophiles from thousands of top French blogs on the planet in Feedspot index using search and social metrics. Thank you Feedspot for including my blog on your list in good company! These blogs are ranked based on following criteria: Google reputation and Google search ranking Influence and popularity on Facebook, twitter and other * * social media sites Quality and consistency of posts. Feedspot’s editorial team and expert review Top 100 French Blogs Winners CONGRATULATIONS to every blogger that has made this … Continue reading French A L.A Carte USA Top 100 French Blog Winner!
French Spotlight Showcase – Custody – Jusqu’à la Garde Venue: The Triangle | 1h 33m Date: Tuesday, May 1, Time: 7:45- 9:03 pm Custody (Jusqu’à La Garde) is written and directed by Xavier Legrand, starring Léa Drucker, Denis Ménochet, Thomas Gioria, Mathilde Auneveux, and Florence Janas. A brutal divorce separates an abusive man from his children and a year later, he returns determined to get shared custody of his son. Now caught in the center of an intense custody battle, the 11-year-old boy fights to make sure he never has to see the man again. Unfortunately, his mother has never … Continue reading Newport Beach Film Festival French Spotlight 2018- Custody
In Texas, French culture and gastronomy is alive and well. Here are some favorite local bakeries in Dallas, Texas area where to indulge and savor our favorite French treats Continue reading French Bakeries in Dallas, Texas
French Products Found in USA Supermarkets.It’s amazing the number of French products found in American supermarkets all over the USA. Here’s a selection found at Wal-Mart Superstore to make your inner Frenchie feel right at home! Some staple French brands are perhaps even more popular in the USA than in France. From traditional French bread, cheeses and wines to escargots, boudin and andouilles en passant par Le Petit Marseillais!
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Wishing you “Bon 14 juillet”! Here’s the best list of Bastille Day events in the USA we found from France Amérique >>> Click here ! And a special patriotic tribute when the French Army plays Daft Punk: https://youtu.be/iH2Ijg-WEL4 Continue reading Best of Bastille Day in the USA #14juillet
Ricard® Pastis, France’s most popular and beloved spirit, presents its exclusive Bastille Day Gift Box including a 750ml bottle of Ricard, collection glassware, a pourer, and a new cocktail recipe. Continue reading Un petit jaune ?
[FLASHBACK] Vous avez l’immense pouvoir de changer votre vie, Chantal Rialland auteur bestseller et psychothérapeute interviewée par David Laroche à Los Angeles Retrouvez Chantal Rialland sur son site et dans la rubrique Mieux Vivre de ce blog ! Continue reading Chantal Rialland interviewée par David Laroche à Los Angeles
City of Lights and City of Angels – COLCOA Week of French Films from April 24th- May 2nd, 2017 presented by the Franco-American Cultural Fund held at the Directors Guild of America On Monday April 24th, COLCOA will open its 2017 festival with Claude Lelouch’s latest film, “Everyone’s Life”, celebrating 50 years of cinema and featuring a who’s-who of French talent, including Éric Dupond-Moretti, Johnny Hallyday, Nadia Farès, Jean Dujardin, Christopher Lambert, Béatrice Dalle, Marianne Denicourt, Mathilde Seigner, and many more! Box office sales and RSVP options are no longer available online. Tickets will be available at the Directors Guild … Continue reading City of Lights and City of Angels COLCOA 2017
The Newport Beach Film Festival ‘s French Spotlight will be held on Tuesday April 25 2017 The 18th annual Newport Beach Film Festival will present its French Spotlight, an evening celebration of French cinema and culture. The event will feature the regional premiere of the award-winning film, The Outsider (L’Outsider), followed by a festive post-screening gala. An engaging drama, The Outsider (L’Outsider), follows the ruthless trading activity inside one of the biggest banks in the world – Société Générale. The film tracks the rise and fall of anonymous trader turned superstar turned scapegoat – Jérôme Kerviel – just as the … Continue reading French Spotlight at Newport Beach Film Festival – Tuesday April 25
The 18th Annual Newport Beach Film Festival #NBFF seeks to bring to Orange County the best of classic and contemporary filmmaking from around the world. Committed to enlightening the public with a first-class international film program as well as providing a forum for cultural understanding and enriching educational opportunities, the Festival focuses on showcasing a diverse collection of both studio and independent films from both emerging and seasoned filmmakers and proudly embraces the passion, vision, and independent spirit of these talented artists. The Newport Beach Film Festival ‘s French Spotlight will be held on Tuesday April 25 2017 and will feature the film“L’OUTSIDER” based … Continue reading 18th Annual Newport Beach Film Festival French Spotlight
Le 21 mars, jour du printemps, Goût de France / Good France vous invite à venir célébrer la gastronomie française. Réservez une table dans l’un des 2000 restaurants participants sur les 5 continents, et participez ainsi au plus grand dîner du monde ! Dans chaque restaurant participant, sous la forme d’un dîner, l’évènement rendra hommage à l’excellence de la cuisine française, à sa capacité d’innovation et aux valeurs qu’elle véhicule : partage, plaisir, respect du « bien-manger », de ses contemporains et de la planète. Participez à ce dîner d’exception en réservant dès à présent votre table ! Liste complète … Continue reading Goût de France 2017/ Good France
Théâtre Raymond Kabbaz (TRK) kicks off the French language cinema season in Los Angeles for the 8th consecutive year presenting A Week of French Language Cinema in Los Angeles, with nightly screenings of critically acclaimed Francophone films. The program includes notable films from Canada, Belgium, Senegal, France, Quebec and Switzerland. All films include subtitles in English. All screenings are preceded by receptions, which begin at 7:00pm, except on Sunday with the reception at 5:00pm and the screening at 5:30pm. Individual screening is only $5, or $20 for the whole week. This is a nonprofit event. Support goes directly towards the theater’s operating … Continue reading A Week of French Language Cinema in Los Angeles