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Japanese comics and graphic novels have long enjoyed a huge following in France. The majority of those mangas are Asian imports, but a few European artists have ventured into the genre. Our reporters went to meet Frenchman Reno Lemaire, whose series “Dreamland” has sold over 700,000 copies worldwide.
We also get a glimpse of Steven Spielberg’s origin story in his latest film “The Fablemans”.
Plus we learn more about the lakeside location that has seduced many a filmmaker.
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Film show: A return to 'Wakanda'
US one-man show ‘Stand Up If You’re Here Tonight’ comes to Paris
How Afrobeat's legacy lives on in the music of African pop stars of tomorrow
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