Donate or look for new books, all in aid of SOS Help, France’s English-language listening line.
American Church, Paris
For the three days of Printemps du Cinéma, films cost only €4 in participating cinemas
Various cinemas, France
All genres of music are celebrated at the fourth edition of Paris Music Festival, where each concert costs only €10.
Various locations, Paris
Through April 6
Étrange Cargo presents original contemporary performances.
Ménagerie de Verre, Paris
Through March 18
The Irish Cultural Center is celebrating for a whole week with various events and concerts, complete with Paris’s St. Patrick’s Day parade. Above: last year’s St. Patrick’s Family Day, which will be repeated this Sunday.
Irish Cultural Center, Paris
The Salon du Livre brings together publishers, authors and book lovers.
Porte de Versailles, Paris
Alexandre Leter’s Pau, a surrealist film about grief that was made when the filmmaker was just 17, will play daily in the Latin Quarter with the director on hand to answer questions.
Cinéma Saint André des Arts, Paris
March 12, 19, 26
Free concerts in the Marais
Each Tuesday in March at 12:30, talented cellists will play for free. No reservation necessary.
Église des Blancs Manteaux, Paris
Through March 31
Blogger and photographer Richard Nahem presents 12 years’ worth of photos of the City of Light.
Hôtel Pont-Royal, Paris
Through March 30
Alexandra Gibson’s project The Collective Dream spans seven years and 16 countries.
The seventh edition of Toute la Mémoire du Monde brings to light the work of archivists, studios and laboratories to preserve film footage from the past.
Cinémathèque Française, Paris
Twentieth-century design lovers are sure to find amazing pieces at Undesignable, an upmarket flea market.
Jussieu Campus, Paris
Find unique antiques and attend collectors’ events at this 98th edition of the Foire de Chatou.
Through March 31
La Fantastique Espagnol celebrates the best fantasy and horror films from Spain since 1960.
Forum des Images, Paris
The Festival du Cinéma Israelien presents features, short films, classics and more.
Cinéma Majestic Passy, Paris
Lost in Frenchlation presents Le Chant du Loup (The Wolf’s Call), directed by Antonin Baudry. Drinks and snacks from 7pm, screening at 8pm.