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April 3 & 4, 2020 - Center International de Deauville & Le Point de Vue
Books & Music,
discover the 2020 selection!

Created in 2004, the Books & Music Festival is the literary meeting of the city of Deauville which opens up to the often surprising discovery of words and notes. Les Franciscaines - the future showcase of the festival - and its teams being set up in April, the 2020 edition of Books & Music will focus mainly on its two prizes: the City of Deauville Prize and the Teen Prize with the day dedicated to school audiences.
PRICE OF THE CITY OF DEAUVILLE
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Created from the start of the festival, the Prix de la Ville rewards each year a novel inspired by music. The winning book is chosen by a jury of novelists, musicians and journalists gathered around Jérôme Garcin.

The selection :
- Akira MIZUBAYASHI, Broken soul, Ed. Gallimard
- Lola GRUBER, Three concerts, Ed. Phébus
- Julien DECOIN, Turntables, Seuil Editions
- Eric FAYE, Chopin's telegraphist, Ed. Threshold
- Alexis RAGOUGNEAU, Opus 77, Ed. Viviane-Hamy
- Karol BEFFA, Guillaume METAYER and Aleksi CAVAILLEZ, Ravel, A musical imagination, Ed. Seuil-Delcourt
TEEN PRICES
in partnership with Espaces Culturels E.Leclerc
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Encouraging meetings between young people and literature by promoting their access to books and reading is a major objective of the festival. An initiative whose success continues to grow: in 2019, more than 5000 Norman students agreed to read the four selected works and to vote to award the Teenagers Prize 2020.

The selection :
- Rachel Corenblit, A little closer to the stars, Ed. Bayard
- Mylène Moutin, Yiddish Tango, Ed. Gulf stream
- Olivier Martinelli, My apache nights, Ed. Robert Lafont
- Nathalie Somers, Diary of an amnesiac, Ed. Didier Jeunesse
The Prix du roman
non published


The path to publishing a manuscript is often complex and many texts are refused by publishing houses. What if among them were nuggets? It is in this spirit that the Novice team imagined the Unpublished Novel Prize in collaboration with Espaces Culturels E. Leclerc de Normandie, Les Franciscaines and the journal Ouest-France.

The winner will be announced at an award ceremony and book launch on October 10, 2020 at the Franciscaines.

The 2020 call for applications is launched and you can send your texts accompanied by a cover letter until midnight Saturday February 8 to the following address:
manuscript@novice.eu.com

So… your manuscripts!
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February 11, 20:00 p.m. - Casino Barrière Theater Deauville
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The 2019 season | 2020

Anna Magdalena Bach's little book
Often associated with Laurent Pelly's shows, Agathe Mélinand divides her activity between the theater and the Opera. His passion for music and his storytelling had earned us, not long ago in the cultural season of Deauville, a beautiful tribute to Erik Satie. Jean-Sébastien Bach, this time is revealed to us through the prism of Anna Magdalena, his wife in a musical show which associates two actresses, a pianist and a harpsichordist.
More here
February 16, 15:30 p.m. - Casino Barrière Theater Deauville
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The 2019 season | 2020

Love in words # 10
George Sand & Alfred de Musset

When La Pléiade publishes the novels of the Lady of Nohant, it is time to better know this free and visionary artist, with flamboyant talent, greeted and admired by Balzac, Dumas, Flaubert and Victor Hugo. It is also gratifying to hear thanks to Anne-Marie Philipe the lover with multiple lovers, to express her flame and to discover by the voice of Jérôme Garcin, the flames of Alfred de Musset.
More here
Contact Sheet (s) # 10:
A program open to all photographic writing
For its 10th edition, Planche (s) Contact has brought together, stimulated, explored and once again shared multiple visions of the city and its territory. Deauville has revealed itself by confronting and lending itself to the practices and writings of all professional and amateur photographers: Carole Bellaïche, Koto Bolofo, Nicolas Comment, Larry Fink, Claude Lelouch, Alisa Resnik, the Collectif Riverboom, Klavdij Sluban, Abdoulaye Barry, Chau-Cuong Lê, Gregory Dargent, Jean-Charles Remicourt-Marie and Julia Vogelweith… without forgetting the 163 participants in the competition for the 25th Longines Hour.

Chau-Cuong Lê, winner of the 2019 Contact Board Prize, also won the Audience Prize with more than half of the votes in his favor!
The 2019 edition in a few figures:
- Over 15 visitors welcomed
- 1 retrospective and 6 photographic orders
- 1 white card
- 5 young talents of photography
- 4 outdoor exhibitions
- a new place with Villa Strassburger
- 9 exhibitions in the Off
A festival punctuated by festive meetings:
- 1 anniversary weekend with opening
- 1 photo competition
- 3 workshops
- 2 round tables
- 2 courses in photographic practices
- 5 workshops for kids
- 1 day of portfolio reading
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