Jean-François Bourrel

Founder & Executive Producer

Nicolas De Rosanbo

Founder & Executive Producer

Corry Van Rhijn

Executive Producer

Alexandra Roussel

Executive Producer

Céline Vanlint

Creative Development
Film Production Coordinator

Lars Wagner

Executive Producer

About us

Eddy is a production company founded by Jean-François Bourrel and Nicolas de Rosanbo. Built upon the former "Chez Eddy" studio and its 13 years experience in design and production, the house develops projects of emerging artists spotted for their strong and unique visual identities. We guide our roster of talents in the writing process of short films and music videos, giving them opportunities to bring their distinctive touch to advertising campaigns. We believe that this approach allows us to produce audacious, accurate and director-driven projects.

Matmatah - Marée haute

Stephane Berla

The new clip from director Stéphane Berla for the rock band Matmatah.
A man ran aground a lost island, he strives to survive and gain popularity with the locals.


Music: Matmatah
Director: Stéphane Berla
Producer: 5 février productions / Agathe Nony
DOP: Eric Genillier
Editing: Thomas Courcelle
Makeup FX: Eric Ducron
3D Fx: Tetsuo Studio (Ludo)
Grading: Gabriel Pourier

Charles X "Wind"

Raphaelle Tinland

A false lead at the opening of the film tricks us into a violent drama but as the frame widens, we realize the music video depicts a happenning for Peace; a symbolic performance that will take place in the middle of the streets, involving Charles X and Georgia Ann Muldrow, mobilizing the audience gathered around to make peace and to come together.


Director: Raphaëlle Tinland
Production Compagny: Eddy
Producer: Corry Van-Rhijn
DOP: Noé Bach
Production Manager: Maud Folléa


Andy Wijckelsma

Andy's aerial filming drops us into a mysterious blurred world where two women seem to seek each other. The pop/rock new wave music by Mensch surrounds us as we progress in this poetic film.


Director: Andy Wijckelsma
Production Compagny: Eddy
Executive Producer: Corry Van Rhijn
Production Manager: Maud Folléa 
DOP: Devin Karringten
Assistant Camera: Céline Croze
Steadicam Operator: Sacha Naceri
1st Director Assistant: Thomas Colban 
Costumes & Stylist: Florence Fontaine
Post-Production: Nightshift 
Post-Producer: Julie Rambaud
Editing: Andy Wijckelsma.
Grading: Gabriel Porier.

Closer - Mise en Scene

Lloyd Lee Choi

From early morning atmospheres to midnight red neon lights, this new clip from the band "mise en scene" by director Lloyd Lee Choi let us discover an astonishing story through the eyes of a young man.


Hadley Winn
Emmanuel Odaibo
David Castro

Directed by Lloyd Lee Choi
Executive Producer: Kyle Hollett
Producer: Kita Nahanni Loeks
Cinematographer: Devin Karringten
Sound Design: White Hart Post

Guy #1 - Paolo Gallardo
Guy #2 - Brian Carroll
Guy #3 - Brett Koppel
Store Clerk - Tony Kim
Bouncer - Andrew Miller
Porn Star - Mary Green

The New Jalisco Bar
Sergio Hernandez
Pete Herron
Mary Green
Light Organ Records

Cameos by Mise en Scene
Bartender: Corey Hykawy
Woman at Bar: Stefanie Blondal Johnson
Bar Patron #1: Jodi Dunlop
Bar Patron #2: David Gagnon

Listen to "Closer" on all platforms here:
Pre-order 'Still Life On Fire' (out June 30th) here:

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Dyad - Zou

Louise & Irwin

Dyad - Zou

Label by Ben Gibson and Fundamental Interaction.


Music: Dyad
Director: Louise Ernandez
Co-director: Irwin Barbé

As Animals - Ghost Gunfighters

Maxime Bruneel

The band As Animals (Label Atmosphériques) trusted Maxime Bruneel to direct their music video "Ghost Gunfighter".

It presents ten situations which cross each other, on the urban melancholy theme, real common thread of the film. The facing-camera portraits succeed each other, full of emotion and perfectly illustrate an omnipresent unease...

The spectator discovers violent scenes but never saw the trigger of the fights: he drops in on the heat of the action, so he is caught unprepared and abashed...


Director: Maxime Bruneel
DOP: Luis Arteaga

Production: Kidam Prod in association with ChezEddy
Producer: Pascal Barneville
©Atmospheriques / Kidam Prod

DOP assistant: Edoardo Matacena
Make up artist: Odet Barriere
Editing: Manuel Coutant
Gradient: Luis Arteaga

Erevan Tusk - By the Larches

Raphaelle Tinland

"One is the Mirror of the other. An old woman returns to the place of her best memory and faces her young alter-ego magnified by 50 years of life."

Raphaëlle Tinland (Parallel), explains us how she sees the clip:

"I have been touched by the theme of old age for a long time and it asked me questions: what look does an old woman have on her youth? On her vanished beauty? Is it possible to die without any regrets? etc... So when I have been asked to illustrate the song "By the larches" by Erevan Tusk, which contains a nostalgic and yet a cheerful theme, I saw an opportunity to deal with subjects that I care about with sobriety.
I believe the greenhouse is a real metaphor of the film's stakes. Bubble in air and time, it protects the expatriated species. From the moment the old woman crosses the threshold, time stops and death is postponed."


Cinematography: Luis Arteaga

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Maxime Bruneel

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Director : Maxime Bruneel
Agency : Les Gaulois
Client : Mennen
Production : ChezEddy
Producer : Jean-François Bourrel
Line Producer : Pascal Maillard
Line Producer Assistant : Anne Pechoux
Executive production : Icon Films
Choregrapher and dancer : Marvin Gofin
Dancer : Chakal

DOP : Luis Arteaga
Production designer : Yann Dury
Costume designer: Olivier Ligen
Editing : Raphaël Stora, Caique Desouza
Music Supervisor : Lionel Dray
Music : UZ

Basalt Crush

Louise & Irwin

Two completely different women, representing one mutual soul. A parallel between two worlds which internally are one and the same... One of them in the bright reflections, smooth and pure with symbols of freedom and wild, the other in the shattered and frozen reflection where time passes in a dreamlike manner. 


Director: Louise Ernandez
Director of photography: Devin Karringten
Music: Kane Ikin - Basalt Crush (Latency Recordings)

Production: Eddy
Executive Producer: Corry Van Rhijn
Post Production: Nightshift
Post Producer: Jennifer Dolo, Anne-Laure Boulley
Color Grader: Gabriel Porier
Starring: Hélène Kuhn & Anna-Séraphie El Agri
Thanks to Nicolas de Rosanbo, Jean-François Bourrel, Aymeric Mosser, Sidney Gérard, Patrick Fargier & Cabane du Daladel. 

Sneak Out Memories

Raphaelle Tinland

A youth manifesto. Bright, exhilarating and mischievous, "Sneak Out Memories" will appeal to everybody’s teenage memories. Portraying four itineraries, four different hopes for the night in a balmy and volatile summer solstice atmosphere, this exploration of teenage rebellion emcompasses the amazing invincible feeling when young.


Director: Raphaëlle Tinland
Production Company: Eddy
Executive Producer: Corry Van Rhijn
Line Producer: Romain Bezzina
Production Assistant: Léa Barrot
Starring: Lou Gala, Anna Séraphie El Agri, Rémi Slade Caffarel, Armande Boulanger, Mathilde La Musse, Jean Paul Dix.
Music: Devonte Hynes - April's Bathroom Bummer (Palo Alto)

Recorder - And Then The Birds

Maxime Bruneel

In order to support independants and lesser known musicians such as Recorder Mountain, Maxime Bruneel goes against current trends by creating emotion in an original cinematic experience.

The emotion of the song And Then The Birds is incarnated by a specific casting: Ninon Bretecher stage actress and Antoine Dezelli, moving and sinceres. The film shows an overview of the tricks that can be used by a woman to trap a man.

It evokes the fears and projection of the couple at the turning point of their relationship.

The film stairs something in the viewers heart, difficult to sumerise in a synopsis because of its total subjectivity.

Maxime Bruneel successfully captivates our attention on the couple who are wilde and silent.
It's a lot for a first experience of directing actors and it's promising to see him so at ease in a medium so different from the one he is used to (animation and design) : the mix of all disciplines could have an explosive effect in the future, especially when we know that he is is only 27.


Director: Maxime Bruneel

DOP: Luis Arteaga
Starring: Ninon Bretecher & Antoine Dezelli

Production: Eddy / G6-Team / Recorder / Maxime Bruneel

Editing: Manuel Coutant (Thanks Chez Louis )
Gradient: Manuel Coutant ( Thanks Chez Louis )
Production manager: Anne-Lise Mallard 
Director assistant: Anne-Lise Mallard 
Producers: Nicolas de Rosanbo & Jean françois Bourrel
Sound design: Fabien Carouge
Costume design: Serena Gili
Set design: Hugo Helène & Becky Mc Donald
DOP assistant: Celine Croze & Guillaume Pitel
Flame artist: Anthony Lestremau 
Restaurant Ile de ré: La Maison Thanks to Jules & Fab ! 
Food & House: Thanks to Sophie Bruneel !
Thanks to Celine - Pauline et Simon from Chez Louis and Transpacam

Music by Recorder
Recorded by Pierre Davant @ Studio Le Hameau
Mixed by Mathieu Gibert @ Studio OneTwoPassIt
Mastered by Blanka

Bob Sinclar - Someone who needs me

Thibault Debaveye

That instant spark of urgent can’t-wait-to-go-home romance between two lovers at first sight, culminating with a clothing optional climax in the street of Los Angeles.