A year ago, the Conseil supérieur de l'audiovisuel (CSA) At the time, the CSA requested that a dialogue between the channels and the professional film organisations be initiated and concluded before 30 November 2009. the parties reached an agreement a few weeks ahead of the deadline set by the CFS. The multi-year agreement signed today sets out the detailed framework within which Range is committed to investing in French cinema.

This agreement provides in particular that the expenses of Orange Cinema Series
represent a minimum global amount of 80 million euros for the
years 2009 to 2011.
Successor to the agreement signed in early 2009 with authors and producers
Orange’s desire to contribute to the development of audiovisual
European film and audiovisual production and
french.
The Minister of Culture and Communication addressed, in the presence of the
CSA President Michel Boyon, congratulates the signatories of the
the agreement: Didier Lombard, CEO of Orange and Xavier
Couture, Director of Content, and Victor Hadida, President of the
Film Industry Liaison Office (BLIC), Jean-François
Lepetit, Co-Chair of the Liaison Office of Film Organizations
(BLOC) and Radu Mihaileanu, President of the Civil Society of Authors
producer directors (ARP).