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Studiocanal catalogue: 2,000 films available in a digital version

By the numbers
October 25, 2013

StudioCanal thus contributes to saving cinema heritage for the next generation.  A mission worth highlighting on the occasion of the World Day for Audiovisual Heritage, celebrated by UNESCO on October 27.  

The Studiocanal catalogue, one the most important in the world, includes 5,000 original titles from 60 countries and covers more than a century of the history of cinema. A digitisation process was started in 2005 to grant access to the largest possible number of these masterpieces and to perpetuate the catalogue.  As of today, 2,000 films are available in a digital version, which include nearly 1,000 in HD. As part of its heritage policy, Studiocanal collaborates with institutions such as the Cinémathèque Française (French film institute), Archives Françaises du film (French film archive) in France and the Brisith Film Institute in London, UK. Moreover, world cinema masterpieces by great directors such as Alain Resnais, David Lynch and Luchino Visconti, are restored, edited and showcased in the StudiocanalCollection so that they can live eternally.

Find more information about the World Day for Audiovisual Heritage 


MaMa : openness to other cultures is the future of music

October 25, 2013

For the fifth year running, music industry professionals gathered in the Montmartre district of Paris from October 16 to 18 for the MaMa. Sixty-one countries were represented at the event. More than 3,800 artists, producers, publishers, broadcasters and managers from around the world took part in three days of workshops and talks to discuss changes in the music market and the developments made possible by intercultural exchange. 

Post 2015

Michel Serres, philosopher and science historian

October 30, 2013

Culture as an integral part of the fight against poverty: a central theme espoused by Académie Française member and Stanford University professor Michel Serres

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