Forever French with a Queen Kafé Touch + Win movie tickets for Madame + Montreal Francophonie 09/08/2017
Forever French QK Show 004 || Wednesday 9 August 2017 || (8-9:30pm)
Bonsoir, Good evening Eastside listeners,
It’s Stéphanie Denizard from Queen Kafé. I will be hosting and producing Forever French tonight, Wednesday 9th of August 2017 and we will be having a musical trip in my hometown Montreal, “La ville aux 1000 clochers”.
Be prepared to listen to some classics songs from “La belle province” Québec with a touch of native/aboriginal, world and electro. Tune in to Forever French tonight for your chance to win a double pass to see MADAME with Academy Award® nominees Toni Collette, Harvey Keitel and Spanish actress Rossy de Palma star in the charming new Parisian comedy. If you are a writer/author, I will talk about a residency program offering the opportunity of a paid residency to develop new work in languages other than English. That’s all tonight on Forever French!.
Click here to listen to the show: www.eastsidefm.org/ForeverFrench
WHAT’S GOING ON IN SYDNEY?
MADAME Posing as a mysterious Spanish noblewoman at the insistence of her wealthy and well-connected boss, a maid accidentally endears herself to a dandy British art broker at a luxurious Parisian dinner party. Can this budding romance survive jealous interference?
Academy Award® nominees Toni Collette, Harvey Keitel and Spanish actress Rossy de Palma star in the charming new Parisian comedy, MADAME, in cinemas August 17. #Madamethemovie More info: www.madamemovie.com.au
LOST IN BOOKS and their literary residency program are offering the opportunity of a paid residency to develop new work in languages other than English, over eight weeks in Fairfield, South Western Sydney. Artists will be paid $2500 per residency. Applications close 10 August 2017, 11.59pm Residency dates: 28 August 2017 – 20 October 2017 For more info: http://www.lostinbooks.com.au/inotherwords/
MADE IN MONTREAL if you are interested in discovering local items from Montreal, Made In Montreal is dedicated to promoting Montreal’s local manufacturing community. Their website includes a directory of local producers making everything from soaps, to shirts, to shoes. For more info: http://www.madeinmontreal.org
AUDIOGRAM is an independent record label founded in Quebec in the 1980s. The label represents performers who have contributed to and have marked Quebec’s cultural scene. In the 1990s, Audiogram became home to many of the top local French artists and in 1993 expanded into the English-speaking Canadian market. I would like to say thank you to all the team and a special thank you to Marina for providing some of todays music.
More info: www.audiogram.com
Discover: Alys Robi, Lucille Dumont, Paul Piché, Robert Charlebois, Chloé Sainte-Marie, Daniel Bélanger, Jean Leloup, Lhasa De Sela, Ariane Moffatt, Karim Diouf, Bïa, Vox Sambou, Arcade Fire, Amylie, BERNHARI, Peter Peter, Bran Van 3000, Dominique Michel, Tiga