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French film industry in crisis: Cinemas see 30% drop in ticket sales

By France24
30 October 2022   |   4:37 pm
From the Lumière Brothers to the New Wave, cinema in France has long been a source of national pride and a favourite pastime. But the French film industry is in a multifaceted crisis. Movie theatres simply aren't drawing the crowds they used to.

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