Festival for Foodies
> Omnivore is back with top chefs, young chefs, cooking demonstrations, popup dinners, “fucking dinners” (two chefs working together at a restaurant), parties and more. Maison de la Mutualité, Paris, March 5-7.
> The festival New Writings, New Styles brings well-known Irish and French writers together to discuss contemporary literature in the two countries. Irish Cultural Centre, Paris, March 3-4.
> Everything you ever wanted to know about tattooing, with 420 international tattoo artists, at the Mondial du Tatouage. Grande Halle de la Villette, Paris, March 3-5.
Contemporary textile art
>Miniartextil is an exhibition of new textiles from around the world. Le Beffroi, Montrouge, Feb. 22-March 19.
A barnyard in 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, Feb. 25-March 5.
Before and after ecological disaster
> The Chic Planète festival presents two types of films, those celebrating the bounty of the earth and science-fiction views of what will happen after an ecopalypse. Forum des Images, Paris, March 1-April 13.
> Starts and ends on the Esplanade du Château de Vincennes, March 5.
French film with English subtitles
> Lost in Frenchlation shows Matthew Lancit’s Flâneurs (Street Rambles). Cinéma MacMahon, Paris, March 3.
Young European photographers
> The Festival Circulation(s) features emerging photographers. Centquatre, Paris, through March 5.