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Christian Bale on the set of ‘Le Mans 66’ with Peninsula Film producer John Bernard.

The 44-year-old British star, best known for his portrayal of the Batman, arrived around noon on the set of the movie “Le Mans 66” on Thursday 12 July.

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VIDEO. TF1 décrypte les retombées du film tourné à Accous avec Jean Reno

The film “Waiting for Anya”, occupied much of this village in the Aspe Valley during the month of April. TF! reports.

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Benedict Cumberbatch had long wanted to play Edward St Aubyn’s character – and David Nicholls’s adaptation shows the actor’s deep understanding of the role

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Tax breaks and Paris itself attract filmmakers to France

“The Hunger Games — Mockingjay,” “Mission: Impossible 6,” “Jackie,” “Despicable Me” and the next “Fantastic Beasts” movie appear to be about as Hollywood as it gets. But French flair is at the heart of them all.

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Gilles Castera, dir prod, série Riviera : Le soleil niçois redevient intéressant

Gilles Castera est le directeur de production de la nouvelle série anglaise Riviera, dirigée par Neil Jordan, dont le tournage va avoir lieu à Nice, en partie dans les studios.

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2016 Forecast as Record Year for Foreign Shoots in France

“Riviera’ involves 130 shooting days in France, which is clearly happening because of the 30% rate,” says Bernard. “The same thing applies to the Christopher Nolan film, with a six-week shoot on location. Without the 30% rate, this would have been limited to a five-day shoot.”

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Producer John Bernard: Paris movie incentives and filming on location

John Bernard started his career working on features in the Dordogne in south-west France, before learning his craft at Pinewood Studios in the UK. Now he runs Jake Productions in Monaco and its French partner Peninsula Film in Paris, and has worked on shoots including Martin Scorsese’s Hugo.

Read the full article in The Location Guide >