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The Afghan Eve
Atiq Rahimi’s ‘The Patience Stone’ comes to the big screen.
A Voice Raised in Joy
How singer Fatoumata Diawara fought back against the Islamists overrunning Mali.
Exploring Scheherazade’s Tales
Exploring the myth of ‘The Thousand and One Nights.’ By Tracy McNicoll.
A Notorious French NGO
A notorious NGO stuns the French conscience.
The Art of World War
How Europe’s artists resisted the horrors of WWII. By Tracy McNicoll
The faded star of a French anti-racist icon.
A Circle of Voyeurs
France’s photo pioneers.
A Parisian Love Story
Hollywood’s enduring affair with the City of Light.
Honoring the Art of Empires
In a time of turmoil, the Louvre’s new Islamic galleries offer up a reminder of the complexity and grandeur of Muslim history.
A Little Slice of Giscard
The former French president auctions off contents of his country castle.
The Trouble With Valerie
Can the Elysée control the controversial new first lady?
The heiress-intellectual jumps into the mommy wars.
Muse, Kingmaker, Queen
The woman who inspired Paris’s legendary artists.
French Foreign Minister
Undiplomatic top diplomat.
Would he really be a ‘dangerous’ leader?
Valérie Trierweiler: French Journalist
Look out, Carla Bruni: There’s a bombshell ready to help the left’s François Hollande lead France.
A Brusque Lunatic On The Right Side Of History
Dominique de Villepin’s opposition to the hasty invasion of Iraq gets the comic-book treatment.
A Buddy Film for the Ages
What do you get when you combine a young kid from the ghetto and a rich invalid? France’s new blockbuster.
The Silent Film Making Noise
In ‘The Artist’ French star Jean Dujardin channels a bygone Hollywood era.
France's Bitter Family Feud
The scandals of L’Oréal heiress Liliane Bettencourt have shaken the French state and its president to the core.
Paris on the Plate
Adam Gopnik pens a love letter to France’s influence on how we taste and talk about food.