5 names.

Pierre Niney

Pierre Niney was born in Boulogne-Billancourt (France), on March 13, 1989. He began his acting career at the age of eleven and joined the Comédie-Française troupe on October 16, 2010, when he was only twenty-one, which made him the youngest resident of the troupe. After several appearances in TV films and short films, he obtained several roles in cinema: 'LOL' (2008), 'L'armée du crime' (2009), 'Les Émotifs anonymes' (2010). He was chosen to play Yves Saint-Laurent in the eponymous film directed by Jalil Lespert. For this role Niney won the prize Patrick Dewaere, then the César for best actor (he actually became the youngest actor to win this prize). He left the Comédie Française on January 15, 2015. In the same year, he starred in the thriller 'Un homme idéal'. Also in 2016, Niney took the lead role in 'Frantz', directed by François Ozon, and played Philippe Cousteau in 'L'Odyssée', a biopic based o the life of French Commander Jacques Cousteau.

Éric Neveux

Determined to become a musician from a young age, Eric Neveux was 25 when he first met director François Ozon (Swimming Pool, 8 Women...), who had just graduated from the FEMIS Film School. Eric then composed the score for his first medium-length film See The Sea followed by his first feature film Sitcom.

At the same time, Eric Neveux had become fascinated by the music originating from Bristol (the Downtempo scene) and it was under the name "Mr Neveux" that he released his first cinematic sounding album, Tuba, with the British label Cup of Tea Records.

1997: his first collaboration with Patrice Chéreau on his film Those Who Love Me Will Take the Train - 1997 Cannes Film Festival Official Selection - was decisive. It was the start of a long collaboration with the director, with whom he reunited for the film Intimacy - 2001 Berlin Film Festival Golden Bear award - and then with the film Persecution - 2009 Venice Mostra -. This confirmed Eric Neveux's place in film music.

2016 : Eric Neveux has composed original music for 55 feature films, as well as a number of scores for TV films and series.

Following the line traced by his work with François Ozon and Patrice Chéreau, he continues to favour independent films that are both original and demanding. Eric Neveux has completed original scores for several films by director Rachid Bouchareb, including the first two parts of his American trilogy, Just Like a Woman (2013) with Sienna Miller and Golshifteh Farahani, Two Men In Town (2014) with Forest Whitaker and Harvey Keitel, and Road to Istanbul (2016), both of which were chosen for the Berlin Film Festival's official selection. To further illustrate his passion for independent films, one could also name The Attack by Ziad Doueiri (presented in competition at Toronto TIFF and Telluride), La Vie Domestique by Isabelle Czajka or Standing Tall by Emmanuelle Bercot (2015 Cannes Film Festival's opening Film).

Eric Neveux has recently extended his "playground" to include more popular films, such as Nicholas on Holiday by Laurent Tirard, as well as Up for Love (starring Academy Award Winning Actor Jean Dujardin), by the same director. Eric Neveux has also collaborated with Tom Fontana on his TV series Borgia (2013 and 2014), starring John Doman and Mark Ryder (Canal+, Netflix USA), and composed the music for the 6 seasons of the French TV series Un Village Français (2009-2016) currently broadcasted on MHz Network in the US.

Évelyne Dandry

Evelyne Dandry is singer André Dassary's daughter. She made her debut on stage at the Theatre de la Huchette in Paris when she was only sixteen: she had only three lines to utter there in a play by Jean Tardieu. But it was the first of a series comprising "Les Enfants d'Edouard", Isabelle et le Pélican", Arthur Miller's "Vu du Pont" produced in 1958 by Peter Brook at Theâtre Antoine, Pol Quentin's "Football" (1959), "Le Voyage de Georges Shéhade" (a Jean-Louis Barrault production of 1960), Valentino Bompani's "Teresa Angelica" (1961) and others. She became a regular on French television, a little less so on the big screen. She was nevertheless granted a double best actress award for her performance in "Sitcom" (François Ozon, 1997).

Hugo Arcier

Trained in 3D graphic arts at the Supinfocom school (Valenciennes) - in both technical and artistic aspects - in 2001 he passed his digital filmmaking diploma.

Dedicating himself to feature film special effects, he had the opportunity to work on many projects, for prestigious directors such as Roman Polanski, Jean-Pierre Jeunet, François Ozon or Cédric Khan. This professional activity helped him to gain a detailed knowledge of digital tools and computer-generated images in particular. At the same time, he had always felt the need to develop personal projects. He is the director of over ten short films/art films which have been shown at many festivals and exhibited in galleries.

His first exhibition in a space dedicated to contemporary art took place in 2004 at the Artcore gallery (Paris). Since then, his videos have been exhibited in several art spaces or galleries: at Le Cube (Issy-les-Moulineaux), the Galerie Magda Danysz (Paris), the ADN Gallery (Spain), etc.

He has directed several promo videos (for Wax Tailor, Rita Mitsouko, Motor). In these films, he tries to follow the style that he developed in his personal projects. In his commercial projects, he strives towards the same goals and ambitions as in his personal projects. He takes care in extracting the best of both worlds: the technical rigour of the professional world and the taste for experimentation and the (genuine) innovation of the art world.

Suzanne Girard

BBR is a Production Company created in 1981. Under Filmarto/BBR, Suzanne Girard develops original content and produces international feature films and television dramas, documentaries and serials. The company specializes in feature films and TV drama, Filmarto/BBR counts amongst its productions and co-rpoductions: VOYEZ COMME ILS DANSENT by Claude Miller, ENTER THE VOID by Gaspar Noé, EMOTIONAL ARITHMETIC by Paolo Barzman and starring Susan Sarandon, METALLIC BLUES by Dany Verete, LES BIENS-AIMÉS by Christophe Honoré (in co-production with Why Not, USA) and recently UNE NOUVELLE AMIE by François Ozon. Mrs Suzanne Girard also produced the TV drama series NUREMBERG by Yves Simoneau and TALES OF THE CITY by Alastair Reid, starring Laura Linney. In 2013, Filmarto/BBR completed THE YOUNG AND PRODIGIOUS T.S. SPIVET by Jean-Pierre Jeunet (Amélie). Filmarto/BBR is actually working on numerous projects in development, offering production services in Montréal and co-producing international feature films.

5 names.