Jean-François Bourrel

Founder & Executive Producer

jeff@eddy.tv

Nicolas De Rosanbo

Founder & Executive Producer

nicolas@eddy.tv

Alexandra Roussel

Executive Producer

alexandra@eddy.tv

Corry Van Rhijn

Executive Producer

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Benjamin Benhamou

Executive Producer

benjamin@eddy.tv

Céline Vanlint

Cinema Creative Development

celine@eddy.tv

Bruno Recorbet

New Business

bruno@eddy.tv

Margaux Triniac

Office Manager & Jobs

margaux@eddy.tv

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.

Netflix

Wacho

Eddy is pleased to announce the signing of Wacho, a duo comprising two young Argentine directors. The expressiveness of their characters and the strength of their compositions add up to films that are visual masterpieces. We at Eddy look forward to working with Wacho to participate in their exploration of human emotions via narrative-based films. 

Ed Braun and Justo Dell Acqua have known each other since childhood, and they reunited as adults having respectively studied literature and the arts. Their collaboration very quickly produced sparks. Fascinated by the diversity of the human condition, the two directors delve into a wide variety of locations and environments in their quest for the resources they use to approach their fiction and commercial projects. 

 

NIKE - DON'T CALL ME PRECIOUS

Ben Brand

Most parents are overprotective by default. They’ll do anything in their power to defend their little ones. But there comes a time when they have to (figuratively) cut the umbilical cord and let their kids act independently, even if that means they will hurt themselves (although unintentionally).

In a bid to stop parents from treating their children like babies, Nike China developed a campaign which sees four real-life child athletes such as a runner, boxer, footballer, and basketballer—all aged between 10 and 13 years old—ask for independence.

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Producer: PLAYFULL SHANGHAI
Creatives: R/GA SGANGHAI,
Director: Ben Brand
DOP: Paul Ozgur
Grading: Nightshift Paris, Gabriel Portier
Special thanks: Eddy Paris

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