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Herold & Family

Herold & Family

Activities : Executive Producer

    Company presentation

    Pascal Hérold is the founder (in 1984) of DURAN-DUBOI Group, a company publicly traded since 1997. DURAN is a leader in the TV post production market and Its abilities in the creation of TV advertising, the production of music videos, TV films and programs are recognized throughout Europe.

    In 1991, Pascal Hérold founded DUBOI SA, a company which is today the leader in Europe in the digital world. DUBOI is equally famous for its expertise in special effects applied to over 100 international full length feature films.

    Among his numerous and esoteric passions, Pascal Hérold created in 2001, NADEO, creator of video games known and sold worldwide (Top 100 best video games in the PC Gamer in the UK), such as the unique "Virtual Skipper", unchallenged leader of sailing simulation and "Trackmania", a car race track building and racing game, nominated in 2004 as the game of the year from the largest European video games magazine, Computer Bildspiele, and the absolute reference in car racing competition on line video games in Europe.

    After founding and leading DURAN-DUBOI for over twenty years, Pascal Hérold recently decided to focus all of his energies on his personal passions for producing and directing feature films, through HEROLD & FAMILY.

    -The first production of the compagny is "Made in Jamaica" by Jerome Laperrousaz.
    -"The True Story of Puss’n Boots" is the second project of HEROLD & FAMILY.
    This is a full CGI animation film directed by Jerome Deschamps and Pascal Hérold. The development of “The True Story of Puss’n Boots” has started in July 2005. Graphic work has led to a realistic painting design never used in CGI animation until today.

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