A rose-tinted look at French immigrationFrance has long prided itself on being a “terre d'accueil”, or land of welcome, but you might not know it from the anti-immigrant rhetoric that has crept into the mainstream,...
Maria de Medeiros: multi-lingual and multi-talentedShe’s a director, singer and has been acting since she was a teenager. Maria de Medeiros was propelled to fame by her role in Quentin Tarantino’s "Pulp Fiction". She join...
'The Monuments Men': Missing art... and soulOn today’s special cinema show, France 24 film critic Lisa Nesselson tells Jade Barker why despite having an all-star cast and being based on a fascinating true story of recovering...
Delving into the dark world of David LynchCult filmmaker David Lynch takes his art one step further with a dark and mysterious photography exhibition here in Paris. We take a look.
Inside The Americas
INSIDE THE AMERICAS
Maduro: Ruling in Chavez's shadowOne year on from the death of Hugo Chavez, Venezuela is torn. We examine how, for some, Nicolas Maduro is failing to uphold the legacy of Chavismo. Plus, our Washington corresponde...
Middle East Matters
MIDDLE EAST MATTERS
War in Syria: Damascus district on the verge of starvationThis week, the distribution of vital food aid stops as fighting once again breaks out in the Yarmouk district south of the Syrian capital Damascus. Next, hundreds of thousands of u...
Amity Gaige explores a troubled mindClovis Casali's guest is American author Amity Gaige, whose third novel focuses on the issues of identity and deceit. In "Schroder", she explores the mind of a troub...
Cinema food goes gourmetGourmet food has made quite the movie theatre debut.
Harrowing drama "12 Years a Slave" wins best picture at 86th OscarsHarrowing historical drama "12 Years a Slave" won the coveted best picture Oscar on Sunday, at the climax of the 86th Academy Awards.
Revered French 'New Wave' director Alain Resnais dies at 91Alain Resnais, one of France’s most prominent and beloved film directors, has died in Paris following a brief illness at the age of 91.
Amos Gitai: Divisive and admiredHis work spans more than 40 years and includes over 80 films. On today’s show we’re joined by Israeli artist Amos Gitai, whose work is featured in two Paris galleries. Divisive and...