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Institut Français du Nigéria’s main goal is to provide access to French language, and to French and French-speaking cultures. All year long, various cultural programs and festivals in collaboration with Nigerian, French-speaking and French partners encourage this cross-cultural dialogue. Cinema, music, literature and visual arts events are an important part of Institut Français’ work in providing access to French culture. Some of our regular events are: a French movie every Wednesday at 7pm, in French with English subtitles, Free entry A yearly exhibition for the International Women’s Day on March 8 in partnership with the Female Artists Association of Nigeria The Quinzaine de la Francophonie in March The European Film Festival in May The World Music Day on June 21 French Animated Movies Festival in October Documentary Film Festival in November The Institute is part of a well established network of cultural centers in Nigeria, the Alliances françaises, and organizes events throughout the country with them (e.g. “Life in my City Art Festival” in Enugu, French Poetry Competition in Ibadan…). Don’t miss any event!Stay up-to-date with all our events by subscribing to our newsletter (see on the left of the page), and don’t forget to follow us on all social networks.

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SUSTAINABILITY IN ARCHITECTURE- EMPLOYING THE RIGHT PRINCIPLES AND MATERIALS FOR NIGERIA’S ENVIRONMENT Wednesday May 31th, 10 am prompt at Transcorp Hilton (Ogun / Nasarawa Hall) Abuja – Admission FreeInstitut français du Nigéria and Green Habitat Initiative in the frame of “One environment hybrid ” organized a debate about the sustainability in architecture – employing the right…Continue Reading >

  Félicité by Alain Gomis In Lingala with English subtitles  In the frame of the first edition of the Jos ‘Cross Cultural Dialogue Festival’ The Award-Winning French-Senegalese Filmmaker Alain Gomis will be touring in Nigeria in June 2017 to present his last film, a musical drama titled ‘Félicité’. This film is the Gomis’s fourth feature…Continue Reading >

Bertrand Badie, a sociologist in international relations and social psychology, reveals the importance of passions in the diplomatic game. His analysis focuses on humiliation, as a practice of the powerful and feeling felt by the weak. This lecture is proposed in the context of his book “The Time of The Humiliated” (2014). Bertrand BADIE is…Continue Reading >

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