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What will the global French-language book market look like in 2030 or 2050? This is the projection that BearingPoint carried out for the General Assembly of French-language books Around the World.
Tunis will host the General Assembly on French-Language books around the world on 23 and 24 September 2021. The General Assembly was announced in the Plan for the French language and multilingualism presented by the President of the Republic in March 2018, and forms one of the highlights of the 50th anniversary of La Francophonie and is part of the context of the Heads of State Summit to be held in November 2021 in Djerba. The challenge of this event is to contribute to developing access for all French-speaking publics to books and reading by removing the obstacles identified in producing, distributing and circulating French books, works and authors in the world. The event will be broadcast live on this page, from 10.30 am (Paris time) on 23 September 2021.
University researcher and radio journalist Alice Lefilleul presents the first season of the podcast Autrement dit, a co-production between the Institut français and the association Making Waves.
As part of the "2 temps, 3 mouvements" interregional scheme, and with the aim of supporting and structuring its visual sector, the Centre-Val de Loire Region and Ciclic Centre-Val de Loire with the support of the Institut français, in close partnership with the Brittany and Pays de la Loire Regions, hosted the second session of the EAVE Producers Workshop, from 19 to 25 July 2021 in Orléans.
As part of its action to support cultural and creative industries, the Institut français launches a call for applications for its programme at the Cité internationale des arts for residencies of three or six months, between April 2022 and April 2023. The call for applications is opened until November 15, 2021, included.
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