Brio Films, a film production company created in 2008, based in Paris and New York, develops features in English and French with high standards of production, working with internationally known directors and talents, and targeting the international theatrical and platform market.
Brio Films started a new activity of series development in 2020, with several series in active development.
Throughout these projects, Brio Films aims to sustain the long-term visions of true creators, while targeting a wide international audience with topical themes and exciting original stories.
Brio Films currently develops the 3D animated movie Girl in the clouds, directed by Philippe Riche; Mallorca, a period drama about the love story between the composer Fryderyk Chopin and the novelist George Sand; and Aviatrice a biopic of great aviatrix Jacqueline Auriol.
Brio Films produced in 2018 The Extraordinary Journey of The Fakir directed by Ken Scott, an adaptation of the best-selling novel by Romain Puértolas, The Extraordinary Journey of The Fakir who Got Trapped in an Ikea Wardrobe, translated in 35 languages. The film with Indian star Dhanush, Erin Moriarty, Academy Award nominated actors Bérénice Bejo and Barkhad Abdi, was released theatrically in more than 60 countries, and received a rare wide release for a French movie in India and China. It was an international coproduction with Little Red Car in India and Scope Pictures in Belgium.
En 2013, Brio Films has produced L’Ecume des jours (Mood Indigo) directed by Michel Gondry with Romain Duris, Audrey Tautou, Omar Sy and Gad Elmaleh. This adaptation of the surreal classic novel by Boris Vian has garnered 900 000 admissions in France and was released theatrically in 30 countries, including 80 markets in the US by Drafthouse.
Brio has also co-produced in 2013 the thriller The Mark of Angels directed by Sylvain White, with Gérard Depardieu.
Brio has produced in 2011 The Prey, directed by Eric Valette, with Albert Dupontel, Sergi Lopez and Alice Taglioni. Remake rights have been optioned by companies in the US, India, and South Korea and are in development.