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France Télévisions Jury

The France Télévisions Young Producer’s Award, endowed with a grant of 30,000 euros to help develop a young production company that has been in business for no more than six years at the time of its official selection at the Trouville Festival, confirms the France Télévisions Group’s commitment and support for the young independent French production sector.
This year’s prize will be awarded to a film in the festival’s official selection for 2022.

Xavier Rigault

Producer at 2.4.7 Films

2.4.7. FILMS is a Paris-based film company founded by Xavier Rigault and Marc-Antoine Robert. 2.4.7 Films has produced Persepolis (2007), Les algues vertes (2023), À propos de Joan (2022), L’histoire de l’amour (2016), La délicatesse (2011), Alaska (I) (2015), Ogre (2021) and others.

David Thion

Producer at Les Films Pelléas

Les Films Pelléas is a French film production company founded by Philippe Martin in March 1990. Les Films Pelléas has produced around a hundred feature-length fiction films and documentaries for the cinema, as well as unitaries for Arte and France Télévisions, and short films. The company now has two producers: Philippe Martin and David Thion. From 2016 to 2021, Les Films Pelléas is the artistic director of 3e Scène, the digital platform of the Opéra National de Paris, giving birth to projects (short fiction films, documentaries, animation, VR, motion capture, metacinema…) by some thirty artists. In 2017, Philippe Martin co-founded Balthus Lab with Stelio Tzonis and Dimitri Krassoulia-Vronsky. In 2023, Justine Triet’s film Anatomie d’une Chute, produced by Les Films Pelléas and Les Films de Pierre, wins the Palme d’Or at the Cannes Film Festival.

Diane Cesbron

Ciné Capital executive director

With a Master 2 in Finance from Dauphine, Diane Cesbron specializes in the financing of film and audiovisual works and companies. After working on the creation of La Banque Postale Images SOFICAs, she worked in the specialized banking department of Fortis Banque, before joining Cofiloisirs in 2008 as Managing Director. She is now Managing Director of Cinécapital. For over 30 years, Cinécapital has been dedicated to financing the film and audiovisual industry, notably through the management of SOFICAs (Sociétés pour le Financement de l’Industrie Cinématographique et Audiovisuelle). Cinécapital also provides consulting services in rights management (evaluation of catalogs and/or production or distribution companies) and offers mandates for the collection and distribution (CAMA) of revenues from the international exploitation of cinematographic and audiovisual works. Cinécapital is a subsidiary of COFILOISIRS, one of the two credit institutions in Europe specializing in film and audiovisual financing.

Miléna Poylo

Producer at TS Productions

Miléna Poylo and Gilles Sacuto have been working in the film industry since 1986. Since 1996, they have been developing and producing French and international projects with their company, TS Productions. Since then, Anthony Doncque and Alice Bloch have joined the fiction team to produce young auteurs, and Céline Loiseau and Delphine Morel produce documentaries. Together, they have produced 40 feature films, some sixty documentaries, several TV dramas, numerous short films, and have recently launched into series production. In December 2004, TS Productions was awarded the Prix de la Production Indépendante by IFCIC, and in February 2005, the Trophée Duo Révélation by Le Film Français magazine for the film “Violence des échanges en milieu tempéré”; in 2009, 7 Césars including Best Film for “Séraphine”, in 2010, the César for Best Adaptation for “Mademoiselle Chambon”, and in 2011, “Incendies” was nominated for an Oscar, César and BAFTA in the Best Foreign Language Film category. In 2015, TS Productions was nominated for a César for Best Foreign Film for “Je suis mort mais j’ai des amis” by Guillaume and Stéphane Malandrin. In 2016, Julie Lopes Curval’s “L’Annonce” won Best Audience in the ARTE fiction slot. The same year, Stéphane Brizé’s “Une Vie”, in Official Competition at the Venice Film Festival, won the Fipresci International Critics’ Prize and the Prix Louis-Delluc. In 2018, Sameh Zoabi’s “Tel Aviv on Fire” won the Best Actor Award in the Orizzonti Selection at the Venice International Film Festival. In 2021, Maxime Roy’s “Les Héroïques” was in the Official Selection – Special Screening at the Cannes Film Festival. In 2023, Nicolas Philibert’s “Sur l’Adamant” won the Golden Bear at the 73rd Berlinale and Anna Novion’s “Le Théorème de Marguerite” was selected in Official Selection – Special Screening at the Cannes Film Festival.

25th Off-Courts Trouville from September 7 to 13 2024

Practical information :

All festival activities are free and open to all.
Cinema screenings are available free of charge with tickets, which can be collected on the day of the screening from the festival reception.