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FOCUS IF / Juin 2022
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Immersive Experiences, Dance and Circus: the Institut français is offering three FOCUS events for foreign professionals in June

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Updated on 28/07/2022

Organised in partnership with events and partners that attract the interest of foreign professionals, the Institut français FOCUS events bring together professionals as guests of the French cultural network abroad for a few days. Their aim is to facilitate identifying French cultural creation sectors and encourage their distribution in the world. 

In June, the Institut français is offering 3 different FOCUS events: Immersive Experiences (XR), Circus and Street Arts, Dance. 

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Immersive Experiences (XR) FOCUS - 7 to 12 June

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Focus XR 2022
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After the success of the previous FOCUS dedicated to digital creation, the Institut français is organising a Focus dedicated to immersive experiences (virtual reality, augmented reality, immersive installations, etc). In partnership with the NewImages festival in Paris, no less than 26 foreign professionals are invited to meet French stakeholders in the field as part of an exploratory tour of immersive experiences.
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Circus and Street Arts FOCUS - 9 to 11 June

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Sociale K
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As part of the 33rd edition of the FURIES festival in Châlons-en-Champagne, the Institut français is joining forces with PALC, the CNAC and the Grand-Est Region to offer a Circus and Street Arts FOCUS from 9 to 11 June. The programme will highlight companies whose work is accessible to a foreign audience. The invited professionals will discover 7 Circus shows and 10 shows in the public space.
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Dance FOCUS - 15 to 19 June

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FAIRE - Immersion
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The Institut français is organising a Dance FOCUS from 15 to 19 June as part of the Nomadanse travelling festival in Brittany. This FOCUS on contemporary dance and creation will look at the presentation of intimate, in situ, hybrid, contemporary and hip-hop creations, of young choreographers whose choreographic forms interrogate the processes of choreographic writing. In order to encourage exchanges and collaborations, meetings with French programmers are also planned.