Elizabeth bard

In Conversation with Elizabeth Bard, Author of Picnic in Provence

“America is my country, and Paris is my hometown,” said the author and Pittsburgh native Gertrude Stein. Stein was among the “Lost Generation” artists who lived in Paris in the 1920s. (Stein coined the moniker,...

Gilles Marini Dances the Rumba for America

The French actor Gilles Marini is still in the game-and the dance

An Interview with Martin Walker, author of “Bruno, Chief of Police”

Martin Walker, a journalist, novelist, and historian, divides his time between Washington D.C. and a village in the Périgord region of France. He has recently retired after six years as director of the Global...
Maiwenn on the set of "Mon Roi"

An Exclusive Interview with Film Director Maïwenn

She has played a snaky-tressed futuristic diva, a wide-eyed teen stalked by a horrific killer, a tough-as-nails investigating photographer from the French Ministry of the Interior, and was handpicked by Karl Lagerfeld to model...

Amadou and Mariam

The world music duo from Mali is already topping the charts in Europe. Now the couple is set to conquer the United States.

Mathieu Amalric

The winner of the 2010 Best Director award at Cannes is all smiles about the future.

My France Favourites: Marianne Lohse

A few travel tips from the veteran French journalist.

Christophe Beaux

At the helm of the Paris Mint since 2007, Christophe Beaux has given the venerable institution a jolt of new energy.

Alain Souchon

Jamais Content After All These Years

Robert Carsen

The globe-trotting opera director is something of a Renaissance man, staging plays, art exhibitions and a Wild West show.