A former journalist, after several jobs in Germany and Italy, Juliette Grandmont worked as producer from 2000 to 2006 for Artcam International, under director Joël Farges. She started in international co-productions with films such as “Platform” by Jia Zhang Ke – China (Venice, Competition), “The Road” de Darezhan Omirbaev – Kazakhstan (Cannes, Un Certain Regard) and “Angel on the Right” by Djameshed Usmonov – Tajikistan (Cannes, Un Certain Regard), and in the production of French films (“Le Chignon d’Olga” by Jérôme Bonnell).
She produced 25 short and medium-length films which were selected and won awards in over 120 festivals (Clermont Ferrand, notably) and selected for a César.
In 2006, she founded Charivari films in association with Elise Jalladeau (Paris) and Natacha Devillers (Shanghai).
Currently, she heads up Clandestine and is producing 1st and 2nd European feature films. She teaches production at Universities and private schools. She is expert-member for plenary committies in some Regional Funds such as Burgundy and Nord. She is member of EAVE’s network, since 2009.
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Julie Rivière is in charge of development and coproduction within Clandestine. She worked in the past for independent production companies, such as Les Films du requin, but also in distribution within Pyramide, and for the Cannes
Festival Film Market.
He works as executive producer for films shot partially or completely in France.
He started his career first working as a French teacher in Egypt, and then as a theatre administrator. Ten years ago, he moved on to be a production manager in movies.
He worked as production manager for more than 20 short feature films and for many long feature films, such as « L’homme qui marche » (Dir. Aurélia Georges), « Plein sud » (Dir. Sébastien Lifshitz), « Avant-Poste » (Dir. Emmanuel Parraud) or « Le sentiment de la chair » (Dir. Roberto Garzelli). He also worked as unit manager on such films as « J’me sens pas belle » (Dir. Bernard Jeanjean), « Travaux » (Dir. Brigitte Rouan), « Le prestige de la mort » (Dir. Luc Moullet).
He is an MBA graduate from the University of Canterbury (England) and also has a degree in Arabic.
He speaks English, Arabic and French.