In 2018, FILMO will have produced 30 short films, including Lisières by Grégoire Colin, Village modèle by Hayoun Kwon, Soir de fête by David Robert (a 3D film), Le Silence by Farnoosh Samadi and Ali Asgari (in Competition at the Cannes Film Festival 2016, selected for the Césars 2018, and shortlisted for the Oscars 2018), Sabine by Sylvain Robineau (shortlisted for the Césars 2017 and at Clermont-Ferrand 2016), Le Bûcher de Saïd by Julien Sicard (Audience Award at the Festival d'Aubagne), and the animated film Du plomb dans la tête by Aurore Peuffier.
Its recent productions are Le Brame du cerf by Sylvain Robineau (Pantin 2018), Chahine by Youcef Khemane (selected for the Prix UniFrance du court-métrage 2018), and Craché dehors by Mathieu Lis.
Producer Olivier Chantriaux began his career working in distribution companies such as Pyramide, Pan-Européenne, Polygram, and Universal Pictures, then in post-production facilities such as Jaackson and the DIGIMAGE/LVT/CMC group. A representative and member of the executive committee of the Syndicat des Producteurs Indépendants from 2014 through 2018, he was also elected as a short film advisor at the Procirep in 2015 and 2016. Between 2013 and 2014, he was also a member of UniFrance's short film commission. Since 2017, he has also been supervising television courses at the Maison du Film and the EICAR (International Film and Television School Paris). He has also been a member of the selection committee for the short films in official competition at the Cannes Film Festival from 2008 through 2018, and remains a consultant for the Short Film Corner event in Cannes.
In 2015, FILMO, alongside three other production companies, created Manifest, a short film distribution company focusing on festivals and sales.
In 2017, Chantriaux created FILMO2 with Luca Cabriolu, Philippe Bosse, and Colin Maunoury to develop features, notably Les Coupables en moi by Julien Sicard, and Sabine by Sylvain Robineau.