Culture

  • Francophonia 2010

    Last 22nd of April, the Embassy of France in Fiji celebrated francophonia through poetry, dance and fashion.

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  • The Francophonia Day

    French Embassy celebrates Francophonia Day at the Oceania Centre of USP with a dance show based upon the poems of Roger Lesgards.

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  • The French poet and singer Mr. Jean Ferrat has passed away.

    The French poet and singer Mr. Jean Ferrat died on Saturday, 13th of March, 2010, at the age of 79 years. The French Embassy would like to highlight the life-work of a “sacred monster”.

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  • The film "Océans", a hymn to the world of the sea.

    After Himalaya and Le peuple migrateur (“The Travelling Birds”), French filmmaker and producer Jacques Perrin explores the undersea world.

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  • 20th Anniversary of the International Convention of the Rights of the Child

    On the occasion of the “20th Anniversary of the International Convention of the Rights of the Child” and the “November Documentary Month”, The Embassy of France together with UNICEF and the Alliance Française de Suva is proud to present a series of documentaries about children, every night from 6:30pm at Alliance Française de Suva, from Monday 16th to Thursday 19th of November.

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  • Domo ni Karmen.

    The first franco-melanesian opera "Domo ni Karmen" will be held at the Civic Centre, Suva from the 9th, 10th and 11th July.

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  • Beaujolais nouveau : A culture in wine tasting

    On November 20, a few invited guests gathered at the French ambassador’s residence to mark the arrival of the Beaujolais Nouveau.

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  • Launch of VASU publication

    Head of School at the University of the South Pacific, Teweiariki Teaero launched the VASU Pacific Women of Power publication at the Fiji Museum on October 1st 2008.
    Chief Guest at the proceedings was the newly appointed French Ambassador Michel Monnier.

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  • Rencontre de deux Musées

    Depuis le 11 juillet, la ville de Suva est témoin d’une fusion culturelle unique entre Fidji et la France au travers d’une exposition photographique intitulée « Rencontre de deux Musées ». Cette exposition est le résultat (...)

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  • A tale of two museums

    A photographic encounter between the Museum of Quai Branly in Paris and the National Museum in Suva by Isabelle Dina. Fiji National Museum, from July 11.

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