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List of FiguresPrefaceList of AbbreviationsIntroduction1. International Domination by the U.S. Film Industry2. The Lang Years3. European Film Policy and Television Without Frontiers4. GATT5. From Canal+ to Canal� 6. Bilan(s)7. From Cultural Exception to Cultural Diversity8. Was the Experience Beneficial?ConclusionAppendix A. A Note on SourcesAppendix B. Calculation of Automatic Aid in FranceAppendix C. The Compte de soutien: A SchematicAppendix D. Financing French Film: A SchematicAppendix E. Grants to Art et essai TheatersAppendix F. Films Chosen for High School Students in Lyceens et apprentis au cinemaAppendix G. List of Films Aided by Fonds SudAppendix H. First Films in French Film ProductionNotesBibliographyIndex
Jonathan Buchsbaum is professor of media studies at Queens College, City University of New York. He is the author of Cinema and the Sandinistas: Filmmaking in Revolutionary Nicaragua (2003) and Cinema Engage: Film in the Popular Front (1988).