Conversation About The French Between Louisa Thomas & Andréa Picard

Conversation About The French Between Louisa Thomas & Andréa Picard

By Metrograph

As part of the release weekend of The French, The New Yorker’s sports writer Louisa Thomas talked to TIFF Wavelengths programmer and writer Andréa Picard.

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Louisa Thomas is a staff sports writer at The New Yorker. Her writing has also appeared in Grantland, The Atlantic, The New York Times, Vogue, and Racquet. She is an avid runner, chess enthusiast, and tennis player.

Andréa Picard is an independent curator and writer and amateur tennis player. She is a senior film curator at the Toronto International Film Festival, where Jean-Luc Godard once challenged her to a tennis match.