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World’s oldest public moviehouse reopens in France

The Guardian, PARIS

“This region has long been a cradle for cinema, painters and producers because of its incredible light,” Guistini added.

“Why did people like the Lumiere brothers come here? Because of the sun and the quality of the Provencal light. They didn’t need a studio to film here, they could shoot outside,” he said.

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