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A round up of the arts and culture stories creating a buzz in France.

1. French film classics now on Netflix

Netflix in France just got a major cultural boost, with news that films by the likes of Jacques Demy and François Truffaut are now available to stream. 12 films by the legendary Nouvelle Vague (New Wave) director Truffaut, including his classic debut Les 400 Coups, are viewable thanks to a major deal signed between Netflix and the French group MK2, producer and distributor of a large number of ‘auteur’ and classic films.

Other big name directors whose works form the deal include Demy, Charlie Chaplin, Alain Resnais, ...

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