Exhibition - Françoise Sagan : Life in freedom, writing in demand
February 10 > March 11
This traveling exhibition is the very first one dedicated to Françoise Sagan. It was conceived for the inauguration of the Françoise Sagan media library in Paris in spring 2015. Enriched since then, it arrives at the Point de Vue, in Deauville.

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Naiad Plant

Books & Music Festival
April 13 > 15
In 2018, the Books & Music Festival celebrates its fifteenth anniversary! Fifteen years old is adolescence, the age of possibilities, of dreams, of metamorphosis. It is the time of the no, of the protest. And the artists, writers, musicians, have their part to play in the art of the revolt. It is to this aesthetic and subjective fresco that the Festival will echo: an evocation of this part of ourselves, always alive, by honoring the literature and music protesters. A wink to the fifty years of the events of May 68.

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Julien Mignot

Easter Festival - 22nd edition
April 14th > 30th
For more than twenty years, the Easter Festival has brought Deauville to life in April. The Easter Festival allows a hundred or so young instrumentalists to get together with friends to tackle the entire repertoire of chamber music, from trio to orchestra, and modern music, within the most diverse ensembles. A rich program that brought together three generations of performers and ensembles.

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The Medieval Days of Touques
On the occasion of its medieval celebrations, Touques goes back to the time when the city had a very active commercial port protected by a castle which was one of the main residences of the Dukes of Normandy. Touques was the second metropolis of the Pays d'Auge. Moreover, William the Conqueror, then king of England, disembarked there to come and inspect his Norman duchy.

Julien Boisard

30th Sable Show Festival
July 13th > August 24th

The Sable Show festival celebrates its 30th anniversary under the sun of Villers-sur-Mer. Today more than ever, the festival finds and proposes artistic projects in which it believes, by privileging creative minds. The program is a mixture of discoveries but also proposals from the public. From French song to rock and jazz, the festival does not restrict itself to anything, in a mixture of discoveries and sure values. 

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Eugène BOUDIN, Avenue de Villers in Deauville, now Avenue de la République

Summer exhibition : Artists in Normandy
July 8 > September 16
Each year, the summer exhibition lifts the veil on a part of the Franciscaines' collections, future place of conviviality and cultural abundance of the City of Deauville. In 1992, the Regional Council of Normandy decided to create a collection, "Painting in Normandy", covering the period from 1750 to 1950. In 2018, the City of Deauville will present an exhibition at the Point de Vue with works by Bonnard, Dufy, Boudin, among others, from this collection and completed with those of the Franciscaines.

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August Musical Festival

July 28th > August 11th
Created in 2002 to discover more young soloists and read more music, the Août Musical is the studious and joyful antechamber of the Easter Festival. About fifteen young soloists work in the form of an academy and a residency, then play pieces from the baroque repertoire.

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28th New Talents & Guests Festival
August 16th > 23rd
The New Talents Festival is the flagship event of Villers-sur-mer and offers an original and ever-changing program. Around 8 concerts given by musicians of great renown, it satisfies the desire for works to be discovered and rediscovered thanks to exceptional performers.

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4th Book Fair
August 19th
The fair presents regional authors but also distinguished guests: Agnès Soral, Michel De Decker, Caroline Loeb, Bernard Menez, Vladimir Fédorovski, Eva Darlan, Philippe Graton... A growing success that benefits from the sponsorship of the director Claude Lelouch, a long-time lover of the Côte Fleurie.

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5th Festival in Villerville
August 30th > September 2nd
A Festival in Villerville reweaves the thread of Villerville's artistic history and perpetuates its soul with the renewed ambition of having artists reside there.

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1616 Prod

American Film Festival
August 31 > September 9
The must-see event of the fall film season with the presentation of over 100 films, including an official competition dedicated to independent cinema. Tributes, documentaries, premieres, television series, and screenplay lessons spice up a festival that is constantly evolving and open to the general public.

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Festival Planche(s) Contact
October 20th > November 25th
Photographers are invited to take up residencies with the task of matching their photographic language with one of the facets of Deauville. On the same principle, young European photographic talents compete to win the Louis Roederer Foundation Planche(s) Contact Prize.

A look back at the 2017 edition


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