Didier Lupfer, the previous CEO of Studiocanal, has launched the Paris-based manufacturing banner The Media Firm with a lineup comprising high-concept movies and collection, together with “The Quest of Hearth” and “Entrance Row.”
The outfit can also be growing about 10 characteristic movies, together with Russian helmer Michael Idov’s “Aspiration,” which is co-produced with Artem Vassiliev at Métrafilms, and thriller “Override,” directed by Dmitry Glukhovsky (“Tekst”).
Lupfer stated he was in superior negotiations with a high-profile U.Ok. advertising and marketing company to measure the tasks’ potential for younger adults and collaborate on growing content material for particular niches. “The event part of every undertaking shall be so long as it wants to make sure that we are able to ship the suitable content material and ideas,” stated Lupfer.
“Override” activates an Uber driver who has a nervous breakdown and spirals uncontrolled on his final day.
“Aspiration” will mark the third characteristic movie of Idov, who co-wrote Kirill Serebrennikov Cannes competitors title “Leto.” The movie will revolve across the greatest rock band on the earth, who arrive in a bucolic farmhouse to document a brand new album when bother begins.
The Media Firm’s roster of collection embrace “The Quest of Hearth,” a six-part collection freely impressed by Joseph Henri Honoré Boex’s” guide “The Quest of Hearth” and takes place in 100,000 BC in Europe. “It’s a fascinated undertaking and we have already got a number of companions ,” stated Lupfer.
“Entrance Row” is a drama collection following a younger influencer who enters the style world. Delphine De-Canecaude will direct the collection, which can unfold in Paris, Milan and London. Lupfer stated the creator was impressed by a younger influencer who designed Woman Gaga’s costume on the Tremendous Bowl.
Lupfer stepped down from Studiocanal in 2019 after operating the corporate for 3 years. He was beforehand an impartial producer of such movies as “Gainsbourg: A Heroic Life” and Yann Samuell’s “Warfare of the Buttons,” and co-founded the film/TV division of the videogame firm Ubisoft, which produced “Murderer’s Creed” and the toon TV franchise “Raving Rabbids,” amongst different titles.