The French cultural world is entering your home, through your screen! Discover our selection to keep on your cultural life in digital, with French accent.
In addition to Culturethèque, you will find here some suggestions of the cultural offer available digitally, for free. These are fully available in France, and partially available in Norway, due rights restrictions. Enjoy!
TV AND EDUCATION
France TV and Arte have several TV-shows available in Norway, which includes many artistic performances and cultural shows, with with subtitles in French or English depending on the program. They also both have apps for you to use on smartphones or tablets.
For young people, France TV have created the Maison Lumni, a program with a broad range of courses for kindergarten to high-school, to help your child keep on learning from home. Available in French with French subtitles only. We also recommend TV5 Monde own channel for young audiences Tivi5Monde.
The Cinemathèque is making rare films temporarily available on its platform Henri.
Discover more streaming and VOD platforms in a list created by the CNC (National Centre for Cinema and Motion picture), following this link.
MyFrenchFilmFestival, an online film festival, has created a special “Stay At Home” edition until the 25th of May.
CLASSICAL AND DANCE
Experience a dance performance from your living room thanks to the great catalogue of Numeridanse.
To learn more about a broad spectrum of the cultural fields, several organisations have made their audio-visual archives available. You can find in particular:
- lectures on cinema, with the Cinematheque,
- French history lessons, every day with the TNB (National Theatre in Brittany),
- interviews about art, with the museum Centre Pompidou,
- lectures on many subjects by France Culture,
- many prestigious lectures and courses from the Collège de France, a higher education and research institution.
You can also discover many collections from museums and archives from all around the world – Musée d’Orsay or Château de Versailles among others – thanks to Google Arts & Culture.