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The CNC decided to undertake a technical study on the utilization of fixed and mobile networks in France, in order to estimate the percentage of Internet traffic taken up by professional videos on high speed and very high speed connections. This study, completed by the IDATE (Institut de l'Audiovisuel et des Télécommunications en Europe) in the first quarter of 2012, analyzed fixed and mobile networks' architectures, content distribution techniques, and the way they function.
By crowning Michael Haneke's film with the Palme d'Or, the sixty-fifth Cannes Film Festival came to a close in celebration of love and fidelity, the quest for peace and serenity – all while having shaken, assailed, amused, astonished and dazed audiences and critics throughout the screenings.
CNC's World Cinema Support Scheme officially opened on Thursday, May 3rd 2012. A successful initial call for applications was launched on 3 May with nearly 90 applications from 45 countries. This includes 60 for the first college, which is reserved for films that are a director's first or second project and is managed by the Institut Français. An additional 27 applications were filed with the second college, which is reserved for experienced directors and managed by the CNC.
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