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Veteran's Day

By Didier Allouch, host of Rendez-vous d'Amérique

My dear friends, francophiles, francovorous and francophageous, I have a confession to make. Since the beginning of the show, 9 years ago, I have been a huge fan of The Walking Dead. Yes, I have no shame in that I’ve been an adult for a while now but I have never missed one episode...

Diverse culture in the Francophone world

By Didier Allouch, host of Rendez-vous d'Amérique

In this week's episode of Rendez-Vous d’Amérique, we have a long story about Machine de Cirque, a circus company from Quebec playing on Broadway. In recent shows, we had a band from Benin performing in a New York festival, the Belgian artist Magritte in L.A., a famous French director trying his talents in an American TV show, an Algerian choreographer that charmed Manhattan, and even an astronaut from Normandy visiting the US…

 

Rendez-Vous d'Amérique: 8 years already

By Didier Allouch, host of Rendez-vous d'Amérique

8 years and 225 episodes ago, Rendez-vous d’Amérique started its course on TV5MONDE’s USA program lineup. I remember that in the first episode, the big story was about the Jazzfest in New Orleans. Since then, we came back a lot to Louisiana. We also shot stories in Pittsburgh, Portland, Philadelphia, Boston, Austin, New York, Lewiston, San Francisco, Denver, Minneapolis, Las Vegas, Washington, Los Angeles, and all over America. If there were any francophone cultural events in the US, we were there…

The Toronto International Film Festival

The Toronto International Film Festival has become essential for world cinema today. Tens of thousands of fans come here every second week of September to participate to the premiere of the fall movies. Toronto is an important festival in the American film landscape as it serves as a launch pad for the Oscars season. It’s very simple, 9 of the last 10 winners of the Oscar for Best Picture were presented in Toronto. And the stars know it. They all travel to Ontario to present their films....