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Canada How the Covid-19 crisis is shaking up the economic model of French cinema

18:50  25 november  2020
18:50  25 november  2020 Source:   europe1.fr

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Privés de salles de cinéma à cause des confinements, de nombreux producteurs se sont tournés vers les plateformes en ligne pour assurer une diffusion à leurs films. Désormais, le gouvernement voudrait contraindre ces acteurs numériques à financer la création cinématographique française. © PIERRE-FRANCK COLOMBIER / AFP Deprived of cinemas because of confinements, many producers have turned to online platforms to ensure distribution to their films. From now on, the government would like to force these digital players to finance French cinematographic creation.

The Covid-19 is still shaking up the film industry. The re-containment and the closure of cinemas have resulted, as last spring, in the postponement of many films. Latest: the next OSS 117, scheduled for early February and which has been postponed to April 14. Ditto for Les Tuches 4, the film set to be released at Christmas will not hit theaters for three months.

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What to fear at the end of confinement a traffic jam of big productions whose independent films could well pay the price, insofar as the number of dark rooms may be insufficient to allow everything to be broadcast.

Big movie releases directly on Netflix or Apple TV

And even for the most anticipated releases, the public will still have to be there. During the first deconfinement, overall attendance peaked at around one million spectators per week, four times less than before the crisis. Faced with this situation, many productions land directly on video-on-demand platforms that are able to stretch enough money, such as Netflix or Disney +.

Thus, Olivier Marchal’s Bronx thriller arrived on Netflix at the end of October, when all of the director’s previous opuses were released on the big screen. Same situation for the Caesarized Sofia Coppola and her next film, On the rocks, expected on Apple TV.

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Tax VOD platforms

From now on, the Ministry of Culture wants to make use of these platforms by requiring them to finance French creation, up to 20 to 25 % of their turnover achieved in France, an estimated windfall of 300 million euros per year.

In exchange, VOD platforms are demanding the possibility of rapid dissemination, after theatrical release, of the films they have helped to finance.

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Filming under high health surveillance ...

But it is not only the economic transformation of cinema that the Covid-19 crisis jostles. Production has also had to adapt to the consequences of the crisis. Unlike the first confinement, filming has not stopped and currently a dozen films are being made in France, in strict compliance with health rules.

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Paul, technician on the set of Torrent, Anne Le Ny's next film, currently filming in the Vosges, had to improvise as a nursing assistant. "Did I give you a card for the PCR tomorrow morning? There's a nurse coming from 9 to 11 a.m." He regularly reminds the 40 or so team members that they need to get tested.

There was first a PCR test before the shoot, which now has to be repeated every two weeks. No risk should be taken, since it is impossible for the actors playing, for a cameraman or a sound engineer to respect the distance meter. Everyone wears his mask, even the star of the film, José Garcia, who does not leave it until the very last moment.

... and financially impacted

If three people test positive, filming stops. This anti-Covid protocol has already cost 10,000 euros to produce because, for lack of hotels, it has been necessary to find new housing, buy masks and gel. The end of the shooting is scheduled for December, for a release of the film expected in a year ... and with a little luck on the big screen.

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