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European animation - Case Study: Arthur and the Invisibles - 'We had no clue how tough it was going to be'

In making Arthur And The Invisibles, Luc Besson (pictured) refused to accept the conventional wisdom that European animation was a cottage industry. It looks as if his gamble has paid off, with the film already scoring more than 6.2 million admissions in France. The aim now is to shoot the two sequels, Arthur And The Vengeance Of Maltazard and Arthur And The War Of Two Worlds back to back, taking advantage of economies of scale.

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