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Sombrero Films

Sombrero Films

Country : France

Activities : Executive Producer, Co-production

    Company presentation

    In 2002, Sombrero produced Julie Lopes-Curval’s first feature film, "Seaside" (earning a Caméra d’Or award at the Cannes Film Festival in 2002), followed by Eléonore Faucher’s "A Common Thread" which snagged the Grand Prix de la Semaine de la Critique at the Cannes Film Festival in 2004. Sombrero then produced "You & Me", Julie Lopes-Curval’s feature-length comedy starring Julie Depardieu and Marion Cotillard, and "Blindfolded", Thomas Lilti’s film noir with Jonathan Zaccaï and Guillaume Depardieu. 

    Parallel to this, Sombrero created the “Studio Mad" label, a collection of teenager horror films of which "Mutants", directed by David Morley, "High Lane", directed by Abel Ferry and distributed by Gaumont, and "Caged" by Yann Gozlan. 

    In 2013, Sombrero produced "The Stroller Strategy", a romantic comedy by Clément Michel, followed in 2017 with two feature-length comedies which both enjoyed great popular success:  "You choose!" by Eric Lavaine starring Alexandra Lamy, and "Great minds" by Olivier Ayache‑Vidal starring Denis Podalydès.

    In 2019, the company produced the horror movie "The Calendar" by Belgian director Patrick Ridremont which should be released on French screens in December 2021, distributed by Universal and Alba Films. Sombrero also has around ten feature films in development, one of which has just wrapped shooting in April 2021.

    In June 2019, Sombrero launched a brand-new structure fully dedicated to audiovisual works, aiming at producing series, mini-series and TV films for traditional channels and platforms: Sombrero Fiction.

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