Our weekly review of the Maghreb looks at the controversy surrounding fishing quotas for endangered tuna species, the consequences of political instability for Mauritanian tourism, as well as Algerian - especially Kabyle - dance, and Moroccan rap.
Our guest tonight is the Academy Award winning French actress Juliette Binoche. She tell us about her latest project, a theatrical dance production designed in partnership with the celebrated choreographer Akram Khan.
Until September 30, the Paris Opera House pays tribute to Jerome Robbins, the famous American choreographer. Full of color, dance and humour, Robbins' ballet was introduced and popularised in Broadway.
FRANCE 24's culture magazine covers the week's highlights in France: the New York City Ballet in Paris, the American Film Festival in Deauville and "Visa Pour l'Image", the International Festival of Photojournalism in Perpignan.
Thirteen years after its last visit, the New York City Ballet, one of the most prestigious troupes in the world, is back in Paris. FRANCE 24 caught a backstage glimpse of the dancers at the Opéra Bastille.
After a look at the Jazz in Marciac festival, featuring US pianist Herbie Hancock, FRANCE 24 welcomes choreographer Philippe Jamet, whose "Dancing Portraits" depict everyday people expressing their emotions on camera through dance.
Inventing new moves and sticking up for cultural innovation - that's the project headed by the Montpellier dance festival in southern France, where 27 choreographers from 10 different countries aim to discover new aesthetic forms.
Every June since 1998, the city of Essaouira celebrates the music of the descendants of African slaves called Gnawa. This year musician Wayne Shorter and Justin Adams mixed with the Moroccan music masters called <i>maâlem</i>.