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Want to learn French or just get a dose of France without getting on a plane? Look no further than the French Institute Alliance Française, a nonprofit dedicated to promoting the French language and culture. The organization offers language classes and presents a host of cultural programs, including the City’s only year-round French cinema series, with screenings every Tuesday. FIAF also has three stunning and versatile multipurpose venues that can be rented year-round for both corporate and private functions: 400-seat Florence Gould Hall, Tinker Auditorium and Le Skyroom.