"In Pursuit of Wild Edibles" by Jeffrey Greene

Interview with Author Jeffrey Greene of “Wild Edibles”

Jeffrey Greene was born and raised in New England. For the last 25 years, he has lived part of the time in Paris, and part of the time in Burgundy. He is the author...

Willy Ronis: The Master’s Moment

Our interview with the late great Willy Ronis

My France Favourites: Richelle Harrison Plesse

Travel recommendations from the Sydney-born journalist who's a regular contributor to France Today.

The Zen of Julie Delpy

Raised in Paris by theater actors, Julie Delpy followed the family tradition in her own way
Singin in the Rain, théâtre du Châtelet

From Mickey Mouse to Modern Musicals: Interview with Jean-Luc Choplin

Jean-Luc Choplin still remembers the day in 2003 he learned that the directorship of the Théâtre du Châtelet was soon to become vacant. An old friend happened to be on the theatre’s board and thought Choplin would be perfect...

Presidential Desserts

Cooking for your own family and friends can be intimidating-can you imagine having to do it for the presidential family? When you meet Roland Mesnier, pastry chef at the White House for more than 25 years, he makes it sound as easy as...well, pie.

French Film: Director Gilles Bourdos Discusses his Renoir Biopic

The movie about the major artist has garnered acclaim around the world.

An Interview with Nicolas Joel of the Paris Opera

The President of the Paris Opera is an accomplished artist, a polyglot, an intense worker with what some Parisians consider a tendency toward obsession.
Quartier Saint Roch, Montpellier

Francophile Favourites: An Interview with Sarah Hargreaves

France Today sits down with Sarah Hargreaves, a PR specialist working in Languedoc-Roussillon, who first came to Montpellier when she was 21 and has stayed in the area ever since... What was your first French experience? Living in a...

Tatiana de Rosnay

After the meteoric success of Sarah's Key, the Franco-British author is one of Europe's ten best-selling writers.