September 21, 2012 - Saint-Denis, France: French filmmaker Luc Besson unveils his "cinema city" (Cite du Cinema) on the edge of Paris. The 170-million-euros project is the largest film studio facility ever built in France, which earned it the nickname "Hollywood on Seine". The former art deco power station compound houses nine state-of-the-art film sets, 20,000sq metres of office, and several carpentry, model-making, and costume workshops. Le producteur Luc Besson inaugure la Cite du Cinema à Saint-Denis. *** FRANCE OUT / NO SALES TO FRENCH MEDIA ***

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September 21, 2012 - Saint-Denis, France: French filmmaker Luc Besson unveils his "cinema city" (Cite du Cinema) on the edge of Paris. The 170-million-euros project is the largest film studio facility ever built in France, which earned it the nickname "Hollywood on Seine". The former art deco power station compound houses nine state-of-the-art film sets, 20,000sq metres of office, and several carpentry, model-making, and costume workshops. Le producteur Luc Besson inaugure la Cite du Cinema à Saint-Denis. *** FRANCE OUT / NO SALES TO FRENCH MEDIA ***
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