Billancourt Studios was a film studio in Paris which operated between 1922 and 1992. Located in Boulogne-Billancourt, it was one of the leading French studios. It was founded in the silent era by Henri Diamant-Berger. During the Second World War the studio was used by Continental Films, a company financed by the German occupiers. They are also known as the Paris-Studio-Cinéma.
- Szczepanik & Vonderau p.141
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- Petr Szczepanik, Patrick Vonderau. Behind the Screen: Inside European Production Cultures. Palgrave Macmillan, 2013.