Cinema was born in France but since the 1960s it's been impossible to actually make a film here from A to Z. That's now changed with the opening of the Cité du cinema, a huge complex of studios and production facilities on the outskirts of Paris. It took its founder, French filmmaker and businessman Luc Besson, 10 years and 180 million euros to get off the ground. Now they just need to pull in the big producers to keep the nine film sets turning. RFI reports from "Hollywood on the Seine".