The Bpi publishes several newsletters regularly for those interested in its activities and services (french only)
Feel free to subscribe to receive the latest information about the library’s cultural programme, but also Balises (Bpi magazine), Bpi for professionals, information for teachers, etc.
It provides a summary of what’s happening at the library in the next few months: cultural events, practical information, what’s new in the collections and services.
In this newsletter you’ll receive a monthly selection of new articles or features proposed by Balises, the library’s webmagazine.
This is a newsletter for librarians and informs them about the latest news for the profession once a month: news services, study days, national and international events.
Reading and disability newsletter
Receive information dedicated to services for people with disabilities: work booths, adapted events, specific access, etc.
Each week, don’t miss anything on the programme of the Cinémathèque du documentaire at the Bpi: films, meetings, debates, previews… in the cinema of the Centre Pompidou.
Cinéma du réel festival
Find out all there is to know about the Cinéma du réel film festival, before, during and after the festival: announcements by the jury, the programme, life of the films, opening of registration…
Cinema for schools newsletter
This monthly newsletter is for those working in education and gives information about the free screenings and workshops focusing on documentary film for primary to secondary schools.
Les yeux doc newsletter
Monthly news about the lesyeuxdoc.fr VOD platform, documentary film in multimedia libraries: interviews with film-makes, producers; information about films; news about subscribed libraries.
Intended for teachers, it informs them about the educational offer the library has: tours, workshops, screenings, exhibitions…
Social work newsletter
This quarterly newsletter summarises the specific offer proposed by the Bpi for social work structures which support people learning French, who are marginalised, or socially or economically fragile, and not very familiar with cultural institutions.