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His English-language films Taken, Taken 2 and Taken 3, all starring Liam Neeson, have been major successes, with Taken 2 becoming the largest-grossing export French film.Besson produced the promotional movie for the Paris bid for the 2012 Summer Olympics.
He has been nominated for a César Award for Best Director and Best Picture for his films Léon: The Professional and The Messenger: The Story of Joan of Arc.A partisan of the experimental cinema and friend of the New Wave ("nouvelle vague") directors, Bassan grouped Besson with Jean-Jacques Beineix and Leos Carax as three directors who shared the style of "le look." These directors were later described critically as favoring style over substance, and spectacle over narrative.Besson, along with most of the filmmakers so categorized, was uncomfortable with the label, particularly in light of the achievements of their forebears: France's New Wave.In 1980, he founded his own production company, called Les Films du Loup, and later Les Films du Dauphin "Here there is two families, and I am the only bad souvenir of something that doesn't work," he said in the International Herald Tribune. And a friend of mine knew a guy whose brother was a third assistant on a short film.It's true," he said in a 2000 interview with The Guardian.He wrote that Besson dramatizes the struggle of his characters "as a conscientious resistance to human degradation".
Their marriage ended in 1997, when Besson became involved with actress Milla Jovovich during the filming of The Fifth Element (1997).
I wanted to prove that I could do something, so I made a short film.
That was in fact my main concern, to be able to show that I could do one." He reportedly worked on the first drafts of Le Grand Bleu while still in his teens.
"Embraced by young people who kept returning to see it again, the movie sold 10 million tickets and quickly became what the French call a 'film générationnel,' a defining moment in the culture." Besson created the Arthur series, which comprises Arthur and the Minimoys, Arthur and the Forbidden City, Arthur and the Vengeance of Maltazard and Arthur and the War of the Two Worlds.
He directed Arthur and the Invisibles, an adaptation of the first two books of the collection.
Besson directed three short films, a commissioned documentary, and several commercials.