French can prerogative to be the international language of much-admired cinema: 27 of the highest-rated films were in French, followed by 12 in Mandarin, and 11 each in Italian and Japanese respectively. The art of film and innovative films made in France or by French filmmakers overseas are referred to as French cinema. It is known for having a very strong film industry, thanks in part to French government protections.
France has long been a meeting place for artists from all over Europe and the world, in addition to its strong and innovative film culture. In contrast, French directors like Luc Besson, Jacques Tourneur, and Francis Veber have had successful and significant careers in other nations.
French films are made for adults, and they often have as much integrity as they have attractiveness due to their unapologetic interest in their own society and tales. The French recognize that film is more than entertainment, a source of cash, and a source of employment: it is culture.
The French are not in a crisis because they know what kind of films they want to make and who will see them. The auteurs of French cinema used to be well-known. Although this reputation endures, French filmmakers have now incorporated current trends and methods into the French tradition. Their films offer overseas distributors an alternative to American films. The birthplace of cinema has always been France.