Privacy policy

The purpose of this privacy policy document is to inform you about the means and purposes of data collection on the website and the use of this data once it has been collected.


Data collection

This website allows you to obtain information about the company Du rêve à la réalité, to subscribe to the newsletter and to contact the company. When you subscribe to the newsletter or send us an email, the information you send to Du rêve à la réalité is stored. This concerns your name and email address. Du rêve à la réalité will not sell or make available your personal data to third parties in any way whatsoever. Du rêve à la réalité fully complies with the legal obligations imposed by the Data Protection Act and the Act for Confidence in the Digital Economy as well as the RGPD.


Your rights

In order to communicate with its customers and prospects, Du rêve à la réalité may occasionally send an information email to customers and prospects who have given their prior consent. Of course, all messages sent by Du rêve à la réalité contain an unsubscription option.

Access, rectification and deletion

In accordance with the French Data Protection Act, you have the right to access, rectify and delete your personal data. You may also ask for your data to be amended if it is incorrect or out of date. Similarly, you have the right to request the deletion of data held by Du rêve à la réalité if you consider this useful.

To request rectification or deletion, please contact us by email.


Protection against computer attacks

Du rêve à la réalité protects personal data by ensuring that it is kept secure by computer, physical and administrative means.


Other information

For more information about your rights, please contact the CNIL (Commission Informatique et Libertés):


Directly applicable laws

Law no. 2004-575 of 21 June 2004 on confidence in the digital economy: art. 6-III and art. 19

Law no. 78-17 of 6 January 1978 on data processing, data files and individual liberties: art. 22 and art. 32

Consumer Code: art. L. 121-18

General Tax Code: art. 286 ter

Law no. 82-652 of 29 July 1982 on audiovisual communication: art. 93-2


What are cookies?

Cookies are small pieces of information sent from a website and stored on the user’s computer when they visit that site. Cookies perform a number of functions, such as informing the website of your previous activity on the site so as to make your use of the site more efficient and user-friendly, remembering your preferences, enabling you to navigate the site, and authenticating you if you have registered on the site or are seeking to make a purchase via the site. Cookies can also ensure that the advertisements you see online are better adapted to you and your interests.

The use of cookies does not damage your computer in any way and they are generally deleted automatically after a certain period of time, for example six months. For more information about cookies, visit

Does Du rêve à la réalité use cookies on its websites?

Yes, like almost all websites, we use cookies on our sites. This enables us to detect that the same user has returned to our site, to find out how many users have visited our sites, which pages have been consulted and whether there have been any technical problems loading pages or browsing the site. By collecting this information, we can find out which parts of our sites are of most interest and use to our users, and monitor the overall interest generated by our websites. It also enables us to identify technical problems with the site, so that we can resolve them as quickly as possible. In turn, this helps us to ensure the smooth operation of our websites and to improve the offering to our visitors.

Do I have to accept cookies to use this website?

No. You can deactivate the use of cookies, including those used on our website, by deactivating your browser’s cookie function. However, some parts of our site, as well as most other sites, will not function properly if you choose to do this. For example, if you choose to buy something on our site or enter a password to access a restricted area, you will not be able to do so until the website is able to authenticate you using cookies.

What types of cookies are used by this site?

Three main categories of cookies are used on our websites:

Strictly necessary (or essential) cookies. These cookies are essential to enable you to browse a website and use its functions, in particular the services you have requested. Without these cookies, you will not be able to access these services, which include, for example, browsing as a registered user, accessing secure areas of the site or making a purchase on the site. Like all public websites, our site uses strictly necessary cookies.

Performance cookies. These cookies collect information on how visitors use a website, and make it possible to find out, for example, which pages users consult most often and whether they receive error messages from certain web pages. These cookies do not collect any information identifying the visitor. The information collected is aggregated and anonymous, and is only used to improve the operation of the website. Like almost all websites, we use performance cookies on our sites.

Functionality cookies. These cookies allow the website to remember the choices you make (such as your username, language or region). In turn, this allows the site to provide you with enhanced and more personal features, thereby improving your visit to the site. The information collected by these cookies is generally anonymous and does not include your browsing activity on other websites. Like almost all websites, we use functionality cookies on our sites.

What happens if I allow cookies on my browser?

Unless these functions are deactivated, by using our website and online services, you authorise us to install cookies and associated technologies on your computer.


What are web beacons?

Some pages on our site may contain web beacons (also known as Internet tags, web beacons or clear GIFs). We use web beacons to improve the display of content for visitors and to create statistics about web traffic and trends. Web beacons cannot identify you as an individual.


How can I refuse (withdraw my consent for) the use of cookies or other similar web technologies?

You can refuse the use of cookies in two ways:

Firstly, you can configure your browser to block the use of cookies. In this case, you will still be able to browse our site but you may not be able to use a certain number of its functions.

Secondly, you can click on the opt-out link below to prevent us from using non-essential cookies and related technologies. You can also withdraw your consent to the web beacons used by this site by clicking on the button below. Please be aware that many functions on our websites depend on these technologies to deliver content or improve presentation, and deleting these cookies may reduce functionality and make navigation of the site less efficient and enjoyable. Withdrawing your consent to these cookies deactivates them so that they can no longer perform the functions described above. Please note that the deactivation code for these cookies will still be present on your computer or other device and the cookies will be listed in your browser, unless you also delete them from your browser using the browser settings; instructions on how to do this can be found at:

Does Du rêve à la réalité allow third parties to install cookies or other similar technologies on its websites?

As a general rule, we do not allow third parties (such as advertisers) to set cookies on our websites or to engage in behavioural advertising. However, on some of our websites such as our social networking pages, people may have uploaded third party content, such as videos from YouTube or others, or embedded content and sharing tools from other third party sites. As we do not control the distribution of cookies by sites not owned and operated by StudioXine, you will need to check the relevant third party website(s) to find out more about these cookies, whether you can opt out of receiving them, and how to do so. However, you can generally deactivate third-party cookies by adjusting your browser settings. Instructions on how to do this can be found at: