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Fabien Lemercier


7980 articles available in total starting from 02/07/2002. Last article published on 16/04/2021.

La Petite Reine Rules OK!

"La Petite Reine" continues its ascent. Coming attractions include Fantomas and the life story of mobster Mesrine  

20/09/2002 | Production | France

The EuroPalaces kingdom

The French exhibitors’ conference was the perfect opportunity for a discussion about this sector of the film industry. The advent earlier this year of film programming colossus, EuroPalaces, has...  

19/09/2002 | Market | France

The archive is safe

Canal+ reassures the film industry about the fate of StudioCanal's film archive. It will not be sold off  

19/09/2002 | Production | France

North-Africa’s answer to Cannes

The second edition of FIFM – the International Film Festival of Marrakesh - is scheduled to open today, 18 September, and will run until 22 September. A galaxy of French stars that includes...  

18/09/2002 | Festivals | Morocco

Autumn with Blanche

Despite the recent fall in French film attendance, Bernie Bonvoisin’s new swashbuckling historical adventure, Blanche, has all the ingredients to attract audiences in their masses. A scheming...  

18/09/2002 | Films | France

Screenings Etc.

Exhibitors gather in Nice to see the latest films and discuss a number of important issues like the challenge of the multiplexes  

17/09/2002 | Exhibitors | France

Paris becomes one gigantic cinema

The Paris Film Festival is going ahead as planned in late March 2003 despite the fact that the municipal authorities have cut funding. The event is organised by film director Frédéric Mitterand...  

17/09/2002 | Festivals | France

Paris celebrates Zeffirelli’s Callas

Paris celebrates Zeffirelli’s Callas

Paris hosted the world premiere of Franco Zeffirelli's Callas Forever before a VIP audience, on the 25th anniversary of the legendary soprano’s death  

17/09/2002 | Films | Italy

The film world’s disappointment with the licence

The French government’s decision not to increase the television licence fee has disappointed audiovisual industry operators. The increase was requested by the French culture minister. The French...  

16/09/2002 | Audiovisual | France

Americans love French films

French films continue to do excellent business in America and their popularity amongst major north-American buyers at the recent Venice and Toronto film festivals only confirms that. In Venice,...  

16/09/2002 | Films | France

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