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SFR seeks to form alliances around Altice Studio, its channel dedicated to series and cinema, to better weigh against the US giants Netflix and Amazon, said Tuesday Alain Weill, leader of Altice Europe (owner of SFR) in a interview at Les Echos. A year after the launch of Altice Studio, he assured that Patrick Drahi's group had not thrown in the towel in fiction production, but opened the door to alliances to fight against the debauchery of his films. US competitors. "On cinema, we have learned from our first experiences: Investing alone in the 7th Art in France is complicated especially because of the regulation and it is a very global market with actors like Netflix, or Amazon Prime Video arrives in France, "said the leader. "But we are not giving up, quite the contrary, we have several options: we are looking to pool resources, to pool investments, we have several potential partners for Altice Studio, we will participate more effectively in financing the French and European creation ", he added, without further details. Altice's content strategy has raised questions since the group, after a tumble in the stock market last autumn, has decided to refocus on telecoms and is more selective in its investments. In June, Le Figaro reported that SFR could merge Altice Studio with OCS, the cinema and series bouquet of its competitor Orange.