Drama Drives Gaul's Global Conquest

Keslassy, Elsa
October 2014
Variety;10/7/2014, Vol. 325 Issue 9, p140
Trade Publication
The article discusses France's increasing role in the television (TV) program distribution industry. Topics include mention of French TV production companies such as Europacorp TV, Capa Drama, and Shine Films France, mention of the TV showcase Direct to Series in Beverly Hills, California on October 27 and 28, 2014, and mention of U.S. TV channels' interest in international series.


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