A little corner of France
in the heart of Edinburgh!


Home page > Events
  • Vive le Fringe !

    VIVE LE FRINGE 2020 Open Call!

    From 1 August 2019 to 19 January 2020

    Apply now to be part of our Vive le Fringe!


  • Cinema

    Costa-Gavras : L’aveu

    Tuesday 15 October 18:45-21:00

    Anton Ludvik, aka Gerard, is vice-minister of Foreign Affairs of Czechoslovakia. He realizes he is watched and followed. One day, he is arrested and put into jail, in solitary confinement. We are shown the mental tortures during the investigation and how a faithful top-ranking civil servant is made to confess to treason. Based on the true story of Czechoslovakian communist Artur London.


  • Cinema

    Cinéma : Primaire

    Wednesday 16 October 14:00-16:00

    Florence is a school teacher devoted to her students. When she encounters young Sacha, a child with problems, she will do everything she can to help him, even to the point of neglecting her own children, her own life, and of questioning her vocation.


  • Cinema

    Cinéma : Primaire

    Wednesday 16 October 18:45-20:45

    Florence is a school teacher devoted to her students. When she encounters young Sacha, a child with problems, she will do everything she can to help him, even to the point of neglecting her own children, her own life, and of questioning her vocation.


  • Cinema

    German Cinema: In den Gängen

    Thursday 17 October 18:45-20:45

    In partnership with the Goethe Institute
    Christian begins to work as a shelf stacker at a supermarket and finds himself in a new, unknown world: the long aisles, the bustle at the checkouts, the forklifts.


  • Cinema

    Costa-Gavras : Z

    Tuesday 22 October 18:45-21:00

    “Z,” Costa-Gavras’s extraordinarily compelling thriller is one of the fastest, most exciting political melodramas ever made. Following the murder of a prominent leftist, an investigator tries to uncover the truth while government officials attempt to cover up their roles.


  • Dance

    Quadrille Classes at the Institut français d’Écosse

    Tuesday 22 October 19:30-21:30

    Come and learn quadrille dance with Talitha MacKenzie, a teacher of Historical Dance & Dance Music at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland. All levels are welcome!


  • Cinema

    Franco-Scottish Society: French Film Festival UK 2019 Preview

    Wednesday 23 October 18:30-20:30

    In this Franco-Scottish Society and Institut français d’Ecosse coproduction, Festival co-director Richard Mowe gives a sneak peek into what’s on offer at this year’s French Film Festival UK.


  • French Classes & Education

    Concours de la francophonie

    From 24 October 2019 (00:00) to 31 March 2020 (00:00)

    New school year, new projects! Le concours de la francophonie is open to all Scottish schools. Win French books and a full immersion day with your class.


  • Library & Book Events

    Groupe de lecture : Laurence Tardieu

    Thursday 24 October 13:00-14:00

    Every month the group meets to discuss a book selected in advance (from classical to contemporary French literature) and discover the other members’ views on them. In October, it will discuss La confusion des peines by Laurence Tardieu.


  • Music

    Piano Concert: Nicolas Jounis, Inspirations Celtiques

    Thursday 24 October 18:30-20:00

    Nicolas Jounis is a French pianist and composer who has always been passionate about harmonisation, orchestration and improvisation. As a result of a collaboration with the Institut français d’Écosse, he will present his "Cahiers d’improvisation | Inspirations celtiques" at the Scottish Arts Club.


  • Cinema

    Ciné-Récré : Les malheurs de Sophie

    Friday 25 October 14:00-16:00

    From her castle, the little Sophie cannot resist the temptation of the forbidden and what she loves most is to do stupid things with her cousin Paul.


  • Library & Book Events

    Atelier littérature - Extensible identité

    Saturday 26 October 11:45-12:45

    Pour la deuxième séance, nous aborderons le livre de Mathias Enard, « Parle-leur de batailles, de rois et d’éléphants » (ed. Actes Sud, 2010).


  • Library & Book Events

    History Talk: The Life of a French Resistant

    Tuesday 29 October 18:45-20:00

    *THIS EVENT IS IN FRENCH* Stéphanie Trouillard will present her book, "Mon oncle de l’ombre - Enquête sur un maquisard breton", dedicated to the life of her great uncle, a member of the French Resistance who died in 1944.


  • Cinema

    Costa-Gavras : Un homme de trop

    Tuesday 29 October 18:45-20:45

    Set in central France, the film follows French resistance fighters who press the battle on the Germans. Along the way, they break into a prison and release some German prisoners, but discover there may be a spy planted to flush them all out.


  • Cinema

    Cinéma : De chaque instant

    Wednesday 30 October 14:00-16:00

    How do young students deal with pain, illness, fear and death? Nicolas Philibert follows students during three years of nursing school, and in three chapters he reveals just how hard it is for them. Each of the parts—respectively focusing on theory, practice and performance reviews—is preceded by a sentence from a poem by Yves Bonnefoy.


  • Cinema

    Cinéma : De chaque instant

    Wednesday 30 October 18:45-20:45

    How do young students deal with pain, illness, fear and death? Nicolas Philibert follows students during three years of nursing school, and in three chapters he reveals just how hard it is for them. Each of the parts—respectively focusing on theory, practice and performance reviews—is preceded by a sentence from a poem by Yves Bonnefoy.


  • Library & Book Events

    Book Launch: "The New Town of Edinburgh: An Architectural Celebration"

    Thursday 31 October 18:30-19:30

    In collaboration with Birlinn Books, we are hosting the book launch of "The New Town of Edinburgh: An Architectural Celebration" edited by Clarisse Godard Desmarest.


  • Wine & Gastronomy

    Wine Tasting: Along the Rhine

    Saturday 2 November 18:00-19:30

    Richard Bouglet, director of L’Art du Vin, and Peter Bernhard, wine producer from the Rheingau region of Germany will take you on a journey along both banks of the river Rhine.


  • Cinema

    Costa-Gavras : Compartiment tueurs

    Tuesday 5 November 18:45-20:45

    Six people travel in a railroad sleeping car from Marseilles to Paris. Upon their arrival, a woman is found dead in one of the berths. The police investigate the other five passengers, suspecting that one of them committed the homicide, but the suspects are killed one by one. The last two must solve the case themselves before they become the next victims.


  • Dance

    Quadrille Classes at the Institut français d’Écosse

    Tuesday 5 November 19:30-21:30

    Come and learn quadrille dance with Talitha MacKenzie, a teacher of Historical Dance & Dance Music at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland. All levels are welcome!


  • Cinema

    Cinéma : La promesse de l’aube

    Wednesday 6 November 14:00-16:15

    Adaptation of the autobiographical novel by Romain Gary, in which he recalls his youth in Lithuania, his exodus with his family to the south of France to escape the consequences of the arrival to power of Hitler in Germany and his career in the French Air Force


  • Visual Arts

    Exhibition: Near and Far. Art and stories by Marie-Alice Harel.

    From 6 November 17:30 to 28 November 19:00

    Marie-Alice Harel is a French author and illustrator based in Edinburgh who teaches life drawing and illustration at the Edinburgh Drawing School. Discover her latest works in this exclusive exhibition.


  • Visual Arts

    Exhibition Launch: Near and Far. Art and stories by Marie-Alice Harel

    Wednesday 6 November 17:30-19:30

    Join author and illustrator Marie-Alice Harel for the opening of her exhibition which will run until 28th November at the Institut.


  • Cinema

    Cinéma : La promesse de l’aube

    Wednesday 6 November 18:45-21:00

    Adaptation of the autobiographical novel by Romain Gary, in which he recalls his youth in Lithuania, his exodus with his family to the south of France to escape the consequences of the arrival to power of Hitler in Germany and his career in the French Air Force


  • Library & Book Events

    Rencontre littéraire : Franck Magloire

    Thursday 7 November 13:00-14:00

    French author and Prix littéraire de la ville de Caen 2003 Franck Magloire will talk about his works and his relationship with literature.


  • Talks & Ideas

    Talk: Revolution, Abolition and Blackness in the French Empire - The Art of 1800

    Thursday 7 November 18:45-20:15

    As part of The Borders of Identity seminar series, Anne Lafont (Directrice d’études, EHESS Paris) will reflect upon the question of representation and portraiture of Black people during the French and Haitian Revolutions (1789-1802).


  • Cinema

    Cinéma : Il se passe quelque chose

    Wednesday 13 November 14:00-16:00

    Avignon. Irma, who no longer finds her place in the world, meets Dolores, a free and uninhibited woman missioned to write a gay-friendly tour guide on a forgotten corner of Provence. The improbable duo goes on the road together. For each of them, it is an initiatory journey.


  • Cinema

    Cinéma : Il se passe quelque chose

    Wednesday 13 November 18:45-20:45

    Avignon. Irma, who no longer finds her place in the world, meets Dolores, a free and uninhibited woman missioned to write a gay-friendly tour guide on a forgotten corner of Provence. The improbable duo goes on the road together. For each of them, it is an initiatory journey.


  • Cinema

    German Cinema: Toni Erdmann

    Thursday 14 November 18:45-21:30

    In partnership with the Goethe Institute
    A practical joking father tries to reconnect with his hard working daughter by creating an outrageous alter ego and posing as her CEO’s life coach.


  • Visual Arts

    Family Workshop with Illustrator Marie-Alice Harel

    Saturday 16 November 10:30-12:00

    Create your own unlikely adventurers with illustrator Marie-Alice Harel, using a combination of drawing and collage. Everyone is welcome, just bring your enthusiasm, curiosity and imagination !


  • Dance

    Quadrille Classes at the Institut français d’Écosse

    Tuesday 19 November 19:30-21:30

    Come and learn quadrille dance with Talitha MacKenzie, a teacher of Historical Dance & Dance Music at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland. All levels are welcome!


  • Cinema

    Cinéma : Paul Sanchez est revenu

    Wednesday 20 November 14:00-16:00

    Paul Sanchez, criminal disappeared since ten years, has been overview at the station of Les Arcs sur Argens. In the police station, they don’t believe it, except perhaps the young Marion.


  • Cinema

    Cinéma : Paul Sanchez est revenu

    Wednesday 20 November 18:45-20:45

    Paul Sanchez, criminal disappeared since ten years, has been overview at the station of Les Arcs sur Argens. In the police station, they don’t believe it, except perhaps the young Marion.


  • Talks & Ideas

    Previously... Scotland’s History Festival Day 1

    Thursday 21 November

    History like you’ve never heard before! "Previously... Scotland’s History Festival 2019" will take place in the Institut français with amazing events from the 21st of November until the 24th of November. From the tragic stories of witch-hunting to the mysteries of Scottish DNA, discover the hot topics of the Festival’s Day 1!


  • Library & Book Events

    Rencontre littéraire : Laurence Tardieu

    Thursday 21 November 13:00-14:00

    While she is in residence at the University of St Andrews, French author Laurence Tardieu will come to the Institut to discuss her books and writing career with Dr Elise Hugueny-Léger.


  • Visual Arts

    Poster Exhibition for Creative Writing Contest

    From 21 November 18:00 to 13 December 10:00

    An award ceremony for the 2019 concours d’écriture créative followed by an exhibition displaying the winning texts in poster format. The artworks are created by graphic design students from Edinburgh College.


  • Visual Arts

    Exhibition Launch and Award Ceremony: Poster Exhibition for Creative Writing Contest

    Thursday 21 November 18:00-20:00

    An award ceremony for the 2019 concours d’écriture créative followed by an exhibition displaying the winning texts in poster format. The artworks are created by graphic design students from Edinburgh College.


  • Talks & Ideas

    Previously... Scotland’s History Festival Day 2

    Friday 22 November

    History like you’ve never heard before! "Previously... Scotland’s History Festival 2019" will take place in the Institut français with amazing events from the 21st of November until the 24th of November. From the tragic stories of witch-hunting to the mysteries of Scottish DNA, discover the hot topics of the Festival’s Day 2!


  • Cinema

    Ciné-Récré : Bécassine!

    Friday 22 November 14:00-16:00

    Bécassine, a naive and clumsy farm girl, is hired as a nanny in a bourgeois family. César-winner Bruno Podalydès returns with a family movie adapted from the beloved French comic book Bécassine


  • Talks & Ideas

    Previously... Scotland’s History Festival Day 3

    Saturday 23 November

    History like you’ve never heard before! "Previously... Scotland’s History Festival 2019" will take place in the Institut français with amazing events from the 21st of November until the 24th of November. From the tragic stories of witch-hunting to the mysteries of Scottish DNA, discover the hot topics of the Festival’s Day 3!


  • Talks & Ideas

    Previously... Scotland’s History Festival Day 4

    Sunday 24 November

    History like you’ve never heard before! "Previously... Scotland’s History Festival 2019" will take place in the Institut français with amazing events from the 21st of November until the 24th of November. From the tragic stories of witch-hunting to the mysteries of Scottish DNA, discover the hot topics of the Festival’s Day 4!


  • Cinema

    Film screening + Director Q&A: Les drapeaux de papier

    Monday 25 November 18:30-20:45

    Presented as part of the French Film Festival UK, thi screening of "Les drapeaux de papier" (2019), will be followed by a Q&A with the film’s director Nathan Ambrosioni.


  • Cinema

    Cinéma : Les chatouilles

    Wednesday 27 November 14:00-16:00

    Odette is a 8-yr-old girl who loves to dance and draw. Why should she distrust a friend of her parents’ who offers to "tickle" her? Once she has become an adult, Odette realizes she was abused, and immerses herself body and soul in her career as a dancer while trying to deal with her past.


  • Cinema

    Cinéma : Les chatouilles

    Wednesday 27 November 18:45-20:45

    Odette is a 8-yr-old girl who loves to dance and draw. Why should she distrust a friend of her parents’ who offers to "tickle" her? Once she has become an adult, Odette realizes she was abused, and immerses herself body and soul in her career as a dancer while trying to deal with her past.


  • Library & Book Events

    Atelier littérature - L’Autre littéraire: “Comment peut-on être Persan?”

    Saturday 30 November 11:45-13:15

    Pour la troisième séance, nous aborderons en parallèle les livres de Mathias Enard, « Boussole » (ed. Actes Sud, 2015) et de Montesquieu, « Lettres persanes » (1721).


  • Dance

    Quadrille Classes at the Institut français d’Écosse

    Tuesday 3 December 19:30-21:30

    Come and learn quadrille dance with Talitha MacKenzie, a teacher of Historical Dance & Dance Music at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland. All levels are welcome!


  • Cinema

    Cinéma : La quête d’Alain Ducasse

    Wednesday 4 December 14:00-16:00

    With 18 Michelin stars, Alain Ducasse creates restaurants for our times, builds schools and pushes the boundaries of his profession. This public, yet secretive man agreed to be followed for 2 years, thereby revealing his evolving universe.


  • Cinema

    Cinéma : La quête d’Alain Ducasse

    Wednesday 4 December 18:45-20:45

    With 18 Michelin stars, Alain Ducasse creates restaurants for our times, builds schools and pushes the boundaries of his profession. This public, yet secretive man agreed to be followed for 2 years, thereby revealing his evolving universe.


  • French Classes & Education

    Open Days: Winter 2020

    Saturday 7 December 10:00-14:00

    Come around to our house to discover our new courses for the first term of 2020 and meet our team!


  • French Classes & Education

    Open Days: Winter 2020

    Monday 9 December 16:00-19:00

    Come around to our house to discover our new courses for the first term of 2020 and meet our team!


  • Cinema

    Cinéma : La belle et la belle

    Wednesday 11 December 14:00-16:00

    Margaux is a 25-year-old, living a carefree but unsatisfying life punctuated by frequent one-night stands. She can’t help herself! One night at a party she meets another Margaux, 20 years her elder. Troubling details and similarities seem to link the two women…


  • Cinema

    Cinéma : La belle et la belle

    Wednesday 11 December 18:45-20:45

    Margaux is a 25-year-old, living a carefree but unsatisfying life punctuated by frequent one-night stands. She can’t help herself! One night at a party she meets another Margaux, 20 years her elder. Troubling details and similarities seem to link the two women…


  • Cinema

    Ciné-Récré : Soundiata Keita, le Réveil du Lion

    Friday 13 December 14:00-16:15

    Thirteenth century in the kingdom of Mandé. Soundiata is a young prince of 25 years disabled of both legs. Despite this his father, the King Naré Maghan set him as the heirdom of the throne. Indeed, according to a prophecy, Soundiata would be the one who would make Mande the greatest empire in Africa.


  • Cinema

    Students-Exclusive Screening: Santa & Cie (2017) of Alain Chabat

    Tuesday 17 December 11:00-13:00

    Two exceptional students-exclusive screenings will be held this year for an equally exceptional Christmas 2019. We are excited to show our students Santa & Cie (2017) of Alain Chabat. The first session is taking place on 17 December at 11 am. Be prepared to Lol.


  • Dance

    Quadrille Classes at the Institut français d’Écosse

    Tuesday 17 December 19:30-21:30

    Come and learn quadrille dance with Talitha MacKenzie, a teacher of Historical Dance & Dance Music at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland. All levels are welcome!


  • Cinema

    Cinéma : Santa et Cie

    Wednesday 18 December 14:00-16:00

    There’s no more going on Christmas Eve: the 92,000 elves who make children’s gifts all get sick at the same time! It’s a blow for Santa Claus... he has no choice: he must go to Earth urgently with his reindeer to seek a cure.At his arrival, he will find allies to help save the magic of Christmas.


  • Cinema

    Cinéma : Santa et Cie

    Wednesday 18 December 18:45-20:45

    There’s no more going on Christmas Eve: the 92,000 elves who make children’s gifts all get sick at the same time! It’s a blow for Santa Claus... he has no choice: he must go to Earth urgently with his reindeer to seek a cure.At his arrival, he will find allies to help save the magic of Christmas.


  • Cinema

    Students-Exclusive Screening: Santa & Cie (2017) of Alain Chabat

    Thursday 19 December 11:00-13:00

    Two exceptional students-exclusive screenings will be held this year for an equally exceptional Christmas 2019. We are excited to show our students Santa & Cie (2017) of Alain Chabat. The second session is taking place on 19 December at 11 am. Be prepared to Lol.


  • Talks & Ideas

    Open Call ! The Night of Ideas - La Nuit des Idées

    Thursday 2 January 2020

    Are you a researcher interested in sharing your specialist knowledge within an international network? Apply to be part of our annual Night of Ideas. Deadline for applications: 2 January 2020


  • Cinema

    Cinéma : Un homme de trop

    Wednesday 8 January 2020 14:00-16:00

    An encore from our Costa-Gavras series: Un homme de trop. A French resistance group liberates some prisoners from the German. Could one of the prisoners be a spy?


  • Cinema

    Cinéma : Un homme de trop

    Wednesday 8 January 2020 18:45-20:00

    An encore from our Costa-Gavras series: Un homme de trop. A French resistance group liberates some prisoners from the German. Could one of the prisoners be a spy?


  • Dance

    Quadrille Classes at the Institut français d’Écosse

    Tuesday 14 January 2020 19:30-21:30

    Come and learn quadrille dance with Talitha MacKenzie, a teacher of Historical Dance & Dance Music at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland. All levels are welcome!


  • Cinema

    Cinéma: Le mystère Henri Pick

    Wednesday 15 January 2020 14:00-16:00

    An editor discovers a mysterious masterpiece in a library that collects manuscripts refused by the publishers. The author, Henri Pick, a pizza maker from Brittany, died two years earlier.


  • Cinema

    Cinéma: Le mystère Henri Pick

    Wednesday 15 January 2020 18:45-20:00

    An editor discovers a mysterious masterpiece in a library that collects manuscripts refused by the publishers. The author, Henri Pick, a pizza maker from Brittany, died two years earlier.


  • Cinema

    Cinéma: Damien veut changer le monde

    Wednesday 22 January 2020 14:00-15:30

    Damien works in a primary school and has a quiet life until he decides to rescue Bahzad, a young student and his mother from being expulsed from the country. In the process, Damien reconnects with the militant past of his own family.


  • Cinema

    Cinéma: Damien veut changer le monde

    Wednesday 22 January 2020 18:45-20:00

    Damien works in a primary school and has a quiet life until he decides to rescue Bahzad, a young student and his mother from being expulsed from the country. In the process, Damien reconnects with the militant past of his own family.


  • Cinema

    Ciné-Récré: Dilili à Paris

    Friday 24 January 2020 14:00-16:00

    In Belle Époque Paris, accompanied by a young scooter deliveryman, little Kanak Dilili investigates mysterious kidnappings of girls. She meets extraordinary men and women who give her clues. She discovered underground very particular villains, male masters. The two friends will fight with enthusiasm for an active life in the light and living together.


  • Library & Book Events

    Rencontre littéraire: Anissa Bouziane

    Saturday 25 January 2020 13:00-14:00

    PhD candidate in Creative Writing at the University of Warwick, Anissa Bouziane will give a talk on her internationally acclaimed novel "Dune Song".


  • Library & Book Events

    Talk: Stéphanie Goud

    Tuesday 28 January 2020 18:00-19:00

    Informations will soon be available.


  • Dance

    Quadrille Classes at the Institut français d’Écosse

    Tuesday 28 January 2020 19:30-21:30

    Come and learn quadrille dance with Talitha MacKenzie, a teacher of Historical Dance & Dance Music at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland. All levels are welcome!


  • Cinema

    Cinéma: Un beau voyou

    Wednesday 29 January 2020 14:00-16:00

    Commissioner Beffrois is expecting his retirement with mixed feelings when suddenly a theft catches his eye. Beffrois soon becomes obsessed with the eccentric thief of this beautiful painting.


  • Cinema

    Cinéma: Un beau voyou

    Wednesday 29 January 2020 18:45-20:00

    Commissioner Beffrois is expecting his retirement with mixed feelings when suddenly a theft catches his eye. Beffrois soon becomes obsessed with the eccentric thief of this beautiful painting.


  • Talks & Ideas

    The Night of Ideas - La Nuit des Idées

    From 30 January 2020 18:00 to 31 January 2020 00:00

    Come along and listen to specialists talk and debate around the concept of "being alive" at this year’s “Nuit des Idées” aka the Night of Ideas on 30th January 2020.


  • Library & Book Events

    Talk: Vineet Lal on "Panthéra Tigris" by Sylvain Alzial

    Saturday 1 February 2020 10:30-11:30

    Informations will soon be available.


  • Library & Book Events

    Atelier littérature - L’affût comme position et aventure intérieure

    Saturday 1 February 2020 12:00-13:30

    Pour la quatrième séance, nous aborderons le livre de Sylvain Tesson, « La panthère des neiges » (Gallimard, 2019), Prix Renaudot 2019.


  • Library & Book Events

    The Obscure Cities "between utopia and dystopia"

    Monday 3 February 2020 17:30-18:30

    Novelist, graphic novelist, intellectual biographer, cultural historian and screen-writer Benoît Peeters will be giving a talk on his famous comics Les Cités Obscures, following his conference "An icon in the making: Tintin" at the University of Edinburgh.


  • Cinema

    Documentaire: J’veux du soleil

    Tuesday 4 February 2020 18:45-20:30

    The documentary retraces the journey of two film directors from North and South of France describing their encounter with Gilets jaunes protesters in December 2018.


  • Cinema

    Cinéma: Marche ou crève

    Wednesday 5 February 2020 14:00-16:00

    This first feature film by Margaux Bonhomme deals with the themes of family, unconditional love and disability through young Elisa’s sacrifice to help her father take care of her sister in the remote mountain village, where they live.


  • Cinema

    Cinéma: Marche ou crève

    Wednesday 5 February 2020 18:45-20:00

    This first feature film by Margaux Bonhomme deals with the themes of family, unconditional love and disability through young Elisa’s sacrifice to help her father take care of her sister in the remote mountain village, where they live.


  • Cinema

    Documentaire: Le concours

    Tuesday 11 February 2020 18:45-20:30

    Cinema school applicants arrive at their selection day to integrate one of the best schools. From the applicants’ arrival to the final jury decisions. The documentary explores the confrontation between two generations and the hard selection processes symptomatic of an increasingly competitive society.


  • Dance

    Quadrille Classes at the Institut français d’Écosse

    Tuesday 11 February 2020 19:30-21:30

    Come and learn quadrille dance with Talitha MacKenzie, a teacher of Historical Dance & Dance Music at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland. All levels are welcome!


  • Cinema

    Cinéma: Rémi sans famille

    Wednesday 12 February 2020 14:00-16:00

    The exciting journey of the young orphan Rémi to become an acrobat through a trip across France alongside Vitalis a mysterious old musician, their loyal dog Capi and their small monkey Joli-Coeur. Will Rémi get to find out more about his background?


  • Cinema

    Cinéma: Rémi sans famille

    Wednesday 12 February 2020 18:45-20:00

    The exciting journey of the young orphan Rémi to become an acrobat through a trip across France alongside Vitalis a mysterious old musician, their loyal dog Capi and their small monkey Joli-Coeur. Will Rémi get to find out more about his background?


  • Cinema

    Documentaire: Quelle folie

    Tuesday 18 February 2020 18:45-20:30

    Following Aurélien’s personal life and challenges, the documentary talks about autism.


  • Cinema

    Cinéma: Les confins du monde

    Wednesday 19 February 2020 14:00-16:00

    There is nothing more Robert desires than to revenge the bloody massacre which killed his brother during the Indochina-war, 1945. Except maybe, the young Indochinese Maï... In the process, the power of love will be tested.


  • Cinema

    Cinéma: Les confins du monde

    Wednesday 19 February 2020 18:45-20:00

    There is nothing more Robert desires than to revenge the bloody massacre which killed his brother during the Indochina-war, 1945. Except maybe, the young Indochinese Maï... In the process, the power of love will be tested.


  • Library & Book Events

    Talk: Dana Rufulo

    Tuesday 25 February 2020 18:00-19:00

    Informations will soon be available.


  • Cinema

    Documentaire: De chaque instant

    Tuesday 25 February 2020 18:45-20:30

    Every year thousand of people, young women and men, get into nursing school. The documentary shows the best and hardest moments of their training that will confront them to human fragility and sufferings.


  • Dance

    Quadrille Classes at the Institut français d’Écosse

    Tuesday 25 February 2020 19:30-21:30

    Come and learn quadrille dance with Talitha MacKenzie, a teacher of Historical Dance & Dance Music at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland. All levels are welcome!


  • Cinema

    Cinéma: De toutes mes forces

    Wednesday 26 February 2020 14:00-16:00

    Nassim (a 16-year-old boy placed in a family living in the suburbs following the death of his mother) refuses to integrate into the social setting that surrounds him. His home life and his school life must be kept separate at all costs.


  • Cinema

    Cinéma: De toutes mes forces

    Wednesday 26 February 2020 18:45-20:30

    Nassim (a 16-year-old boy placed in a family living in the suburbs following the death of his mother) refuses to integrate into the social setting that surrounds him. His home life and his school life must be kept separate at all costs.


  • Library & Book Events

    Talk: Vineet Lal on "La femme qui ne vieillissait pas" by Grégoire Delacourt

    Thursday 27 February 2020 18:00-19:00

    Informations will soon be available.


  • Cinema

    Ciné-Récré: Aïlo, une odyssée en Laponie

    Friday 28 February 2020 14:00-16:00

    Vulnerable newborn reindeer Ailo must overcome the challenges that stand in the way of his first year of life in the stunning landscapes of Lapland.


  • Library & Book Events

    Atelier littérature - Session 5

    Saturday 29 February 2020 12:00-13:30

    Pour la 5eme séance de cette année, le(s) livre(s) et le thème restent à définir.


  • Cinema

    Cinéma: Exfiltrés

    Wednesday 4 March 2020 14:00-16:00

    Gabriel and Adnan, two young activists in Paris decide to help Sylvain, get his wife Faustine and their 5-year-old son back from Raqqa. The true story of two worlds and that of a generation.


  • Cinema

    Cinéma: Exfiltrés

    Wednesday 4 March 2020 18:45-20:00

    Gabriel and Adnan, two young activists in Paris decide to help Sylvain, get his wife Faustine and their 5-year-old son back from Raqqa. The true story of two worlds and that of a generation.


  • Dance

    Quadrille Classes at the Institut français d’Écosse

    Tuesday 10 March 2020 19:30-21:30

    Come and learn quadrille dance with Talitha MacKenzie, a teacher of Historical Dance & Dance Music at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland. All levels are welcome!


  • Cinema

    Cinéma: C’est ça l’amour

    Wednesday 11 March 2020 14:00-16:00

    According to the novelist Chinghiz Aitmatov, love means labour. Similarly, since his wife left them, Mario has been a single father taking care of his two girls. A contemporary tale on unconditional love...


  • Cinema

    Cinéma: C’est ça l’amour

    Wednesday 11 March 2020 18:45-20:00

    According to the novelist Chinghiz Aitmatov, love means labour. Similarly, since his wife left them, Mario has been a single father taking care of his two girls. A contemporary tale on unconditional love...


  • Cinema

    Cinéma: Guy

    Wednesday 18 March 2020 14:00-16:00

    What if you suddenly found out that you were the illegitimate son of a 20th-century French celebrity? Gauthier decides to follow his father Guy Jamet everywhere, pretexting a documentary film project


  • Cinema

    Cinéma: Guy

    Wednesday 18 March 2020 18:45-20:00

    What if you suddenly found out that you were the illegitimate son of a 20th-century French celebrity? Gauthier decides to follow his father Guy Jamet everywhere, pretexting a documentary film project.


  • Library & Book Events

    Talk: Vineet Lal and Christine Wilson from Stirling University

    Tuesday 24 March 2020 18:00-19:00

    Informations will soon be available.


  • Cinema

    Cinéma: Blanche comme neige

    Wednesday 25 March 2020 14:00-16:00

    A modern French adaptation of the 19th-century German fairy tale Snow White starring, Isabelle Huppert


  • Cinema

    Cinéma: Blanche comme neige

    Wednesday 25 March 2020 18:45-20:45

    A modern French adaptation of the 19th-century German fairy tale Snow White, starring Isabelle Huppert


  • Cinema

    Ciné-Récré: L’Île de Black Mór

    Friday 27 March 2020 14:00-16:00

    A 15-year-old hard labourer, together with his crew, sets out to sea in search of the famous pirate Black Mor’s treasure.


  • Library & Book Events

    Atelier littérature - Session 6

    Saturday 28 March 2020 12:00-13:30

    Pour la 6eme séance de cette année, le(s) livre(s) et le thème restent à définir.


  • Library & Book Events

    Atelier littérature - Session 7

    Saturday 25 April 2020 12:00-13:30

    Pour la 7eme séance de cette année, le(s) livre(s) et le thème restent à définir.


  • Library & Book Events

    Atelier littérature - Session 8

    Saturday 30 May 2020 12:00-13:30

    Pour la 8eme séance de cette année, le(s) livre(s) et le thème restent à définir.


  • Library & Book Events

    Atelier littérature - Session 9

    Saturday 27 June 2020 12:00-13:30

    Pour la 8eme et dernière séance de cette année, le(s) livre(s) et le thème restent à définir.


 
Institut Français Écosse 2019