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Monday, 16 January
We no longer introduce the great Manu Dibango, 8 decades of which 6 devoted to music. For this exceptional date, he presents a unique spectacle around the rhythms and sounds of Central Africa; A real fusion between jazz and the traditional music of the Douala Bay on the banks of the Congo River, a trip that drives us into the Bantu universe and into the humor of the equatorial forest, and on a safari from Douala to Kinshasa, with prestigious guests...
Manu Dibango & le Soul Makossa Gang Live in Paris 2005
21 rue Yves Toudic , 75010 PARIS
Le lundi 16 janvier 2017
Tuesday, 17 January
A fascinating exhibition at the Pathé-Seydoux Foundation, on an amazing side of the art of the cinema posters. At the beginning of the 7th art, one drew his inspiration from the fairytales, a very popular genre on the Parisian and European stages throughout the nineteenth century. Soon, charming and diabolical characters began to populate movies, creating a fantasy that would invade amazing posters...
Fondation Jérôme Seydoux-Pathé
73, avenue des Gobelins, 75013 Paris
Du mardi 6 décembre 2016 au samedi 11 mars 2017
Natalia M. King
Discovered in the subway before signing with a large label, this powerful poet and guitarist regally mixes soul, folk and blues. Two years after the beautiful "SoulBlazz", Natalia M. King has surrounded herself with a new quintet for an intense fifth album, "BlueZzin T'il Dawn", released in April 2016, equally perfect. She will be the distinguished guest of the Duc des Lombards for two nights and four concerts, which promise to be bewitching.
Album Teaser: BlueZzin T'il Dawn - Natalia M. King | Released 8 April 2016
Duc des Lombards
42 Rue des Lombards, 75001 Paris
Du mardi 17 janvier 2017 au mercredi 18 janvier 2017
Wednesday, 18 January
The screens of the Forum des images will be decked out in the India's colors: in the company of numerous guests (directors, writers), this round invites you to take a wonderful journey across the biggest Indian cities (Mumbai, Kolkata, Delhi and Chennai) and their specific cinematography, to enjoy new features such as the classics of auteur cinema, and dive into the heart of Bollywood.
Du mercredi 18 janvier 2017 au dimanche 26 février 2017
The black panthers documentary
The "The Black Panthers: Vanguard of a Revolution" movie tells the history of this movement and its position in the American alternative culture, through the political and cultural awareness of the black community, its successes but also its downward slide, and its annihilation by the American government. The screening will be followed by a meeting with Pap NDiaye, a lecturer at the Political Sciences Institute in Paris, a specialist in the social history of the United States, and particularly minorities.
Official Theatrical Trailer - THE BLACK PANTHERS: VANGUARD OF THE REVOLUTION
La Gaîté lyrique
3bis rue Papin, 75003 Paris
Le mercredi 18 janvier 2017
kings of the dancefloor
The place of warm up, of sexual competition, the dance floor is the reflection of its time, by the unveiling of everyone. For one night, we enter into the dance of a transient and diverse micro-society, in the smoky strobe lighting ... With "Les rois de la piste", Thomas Lebrun offers a lively, loving and funny play. Under the funk airs, the house or electro melodies, we discover a series of madmen featuring characters who seize the dancefloor...
Carreau du Temple
4 rue Eugène Spuller, 75003 Paris
Du mardi 17 janvier 2017 au mercredi 18 janvier 2017
PAN EUROPEAN 10 YEARS
Linked to the world of contemporary art as well as different alternative cultures, Pan European Recording draws its strength from the "frantic romance of artists sacrificing their lives for art", and wants to be trending without being a fashion captive. The label celebrates its tenth anniversary at Point Ephémère with les plus impeccables, with among other guests for this opening event, Nicolas Ker and Arielle Dombasle, an unlikely but charming duo...
Du mercredi 18 janvier 2017 au dimanche 29 janvier 2017
Thursday, 19 January
Can we trust Wikipedia?
L'Imprévu, an information website that "stands out from the breaking news", hosts a conference tonight on Wikipedia, the indispensable online encyclopedia, well without background knowledge, in which nevertheless some "redactions" are found. Is it right to trust Wikipedia? Who is behind the contributions, and how do we verify them? Pierre Leibovici of l'Imprévu takes you to the details of the most popular encyclopedia in the world.
18-20 rue Faidherbe, 75011 Paris
Le jeudi 19 janvier 2017
Feminism and digital
Feminism at the time of Web 2.0 has gained legitimacy. Yesterday's ideas still taunted now affect the general public, at the risk of unleashing an ultra-aggressive sexism. The Causette magazine uses this night to take stock of the situation, and consider the prospects of this poor report. Experts will conduct a general conference, followed by a debate with the public.
37 rue de Turenne, 75003 Paris
Le jeudi 19 janvier 2017
Friday, 20 January
she past away
Dark wave, goth wave, post punk, no matter the label, She Past Away plays a cool music of martial exuberance at will, minimalist yet rich in connotations, dark and striking atmospheres like The Cure, Joy Division, Clan of Xymox or Grauzone. The sepulchral voice of the singer and guitarist Volkan Caner rises like a ghost on these compositions which are reasonably ideal for headbanger, the words pronounced in Turkish (the band comes from Anatolie) combine to give a unique charm to the group.
She Past Away - Asimilasyon
7 port de la Gare, 75013 Paris
Le vendredi 20 janvier 2017
Saturday, 21 January
Dedicated to the Young European Photography, the festival Circulation (s) aims to bring out talents, to showcase an innovative panoply of contemporary creativity: more than 225 artists were presented and nearly 175,000 visitors have been received since its creation in 2011. In addition to the exhibition, other events include: Little Circulation(s), an exhibition just for kids, photo studio, to get a portrait with family or friends, an exhibition with the "related sites", conferences, unusual visits...
Du samedi 21 janvier 2017 au dimanche 5 mars 2017
Heroes or ordinary citizens, the whistleblower reveals data manipulation, the abuses of surveillance and the appropriation of common goods. Again we are asked about the relationship between free will and obedience, between respect for the law and right to transgression. Rooted in the urgency of what is real, they explore the fiction of another possible world ... La Gaîté Lyrique reflect on the whistleblower, through art and new technologies, around facilities dealing with the whistleblower, as well as a program of shows, performances, meetings, workshops and debates.
Du mercredi 11 janvier 2017 au dimanche 29 janvier 2017
On the occasion of the release of the film "Jamais contente", the director Emile Deleuze and the writer Marie Desplechin come to talk about their collaboration at the Duras media library. The feature film tells the story of Aurore, a young teenager apparently without stories. But when you are 13 years old, and we take like her, a frank look full of mockery at boys, school, family or girlfriends, it looks like a joyful psychodrama...
Médiathèque Marguerite Duras
115 rue de Bagnolet, 75020 Paris
Le samedi 21 janvier 2017
A Black America
After the inauguration of Donald Trump on January 20, the Dapper Museum focuses on Black America, its fights and its contributions. A meeting proposed by Marc Cheb Sun, writer, journalist and director of the magazine D'ailleurs et d'ici. The program notably include, the various episodes of the web series "Black America" set the scene for an African-American community overwhelmed and revolted against the injustices they suffered from: abuses inherited from slavery and segregation, mass imprisonment, Police violence...
35 bie, rue Paul Valéry, 75016 PARIS
Le samedi 21 janvier 2017
Sunday, 22 January
Shoah and the comic strip
Not without prudence, errors and trial and error, but also with brilliance, the Comic Strip could not fail to seize the matter regarding the Shoah. This exhibition explores the comic book representation of the Holocaust, its relevance, its scope and its limits (humor, satire). From comics to Franco-Belgian comics, from graphic novels to mangas, more than 200 works will be exhibited at the Holocaust Memorial, which will also host this Sunday, a meeting on a much deeper issue: why did the superheroes not free Auschwitz?
Mémorial de la Shoah
17 rue Geoffroy L'Asnier, 75004 PARIS
Du jeudi 19 janvier 2017 au lundi 30 octobre 2017
A true institution of Point Ephémère, the Sunday Brunch Vinyles! Organized by the "Disquaires de Paris", which showcase the independent record shops of the capital, this edition will feature the excellent Fargo Vinyl Shop with an exquisite vinyl market, while for brunch, it is the Animal Kitchen collaboration which will serve you a quality blend from the turntables, and quality food from the kitchen.
Le Point Ephémère
200 Quai de Valmy, 75010 Paris
Le dimanche 22 janvier 2017
The Pavillon de l'Arsenal welcomes "30 architects", which presents the approach of the international emerging or confirmed agencies, through an element of design or element of theoretical work. The sensitive and evolutionary selection, realized by the Marion Bernard architecture, forms a virtual museum of this discipline and its practices...
Pavillon de l'Arsenal
21, boulevard Morland , 75004 PARIS
Du jeudi 15 décembre 2016 au dimanche 26 février 2017
"A play that take part in the life of the city". It is with this ambition that Kerry James wrote "À vif", play in which he looks into the meeting between what he considers as "the two France". A deeply committed creation, with his mind focused on the 2017 presidential election. "A vif" is a battle in step with the world: two lawyers clash, voices of "two France" opposing, wealthy and neglected. A passionate agora for a radical political theater.
Théâtre du Rond Point
2 bis avenue Franklin D. Roosevelt, 75008 PARIS
Du mardi 10 janvier 2017 au dimanche 22 janvier 2017