Automne Restaurant

Mixed-up Seasons

By Heidi Ellison

Automne is a long, narrow, nondescript little French restaurant in the 11th arrondissement with pale-green walls, wooden tables and an open kitchen in the back, where self-taught chef Nobuyuki Akishige labors away (the restaurant’s full name is “Restaurant Automne par Nobuyuki … Read More

What's Happening in Paris This Week

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Feb. 24-March 4

A barnyard in Paris

Salon International de l’Agriculture, Paris
The Salon International de l’Agriculture brings the best of the country’s livestock and crops and the products made from them to Paris.

Porte de Versailles, Paris

February 14-March 6

Skating in the sky

A temporary ice-skating rink on top of the Montparnasse Tower.

Tour Montparnasse, Paris

Through March 6

Silent star

A festival of the films of funny man Max Linder accompanied by piano music.

Fondation Jérôme Seydoux-Pathé, Paris

February 23-25

Affordable art

At the Grand Salon d’Art Abordable, prices for artworks range from €50 to €5,000.

La Bellevilloise, Paris

Through February 17

Winter dancing

The Faits d’Hiver festival presents seven new dance performances.

Various venues, Paris and suburbs

Through February 28

America in 80 films

The festival Le Monde Est Stone presents a vision of the United States through movies by everyone from John Ford to Spike Lee and Michael Mann. Controversial director Oliver Stone will be on hand January 24-28 for talks and a master class.

Forum des Images

Through February 15

Samuel Fuller

A retrospective of the work of the American director of war films and Westerns who influenced the French New Wave.

Cinémathèque Française

Through February 21

Winter sales

Official six-week retail sales period.

All over Franc3

February 23

French film with English subtitles

Lost in Frenchlation presents La Douleur (Memoir of Pain), directed by Emmanuel Finkiel. Cocktail hour at 8pm.

Studio 28, Paris