Belle Époque Films is proud to present new filmmakers and artists through its international co-productions. Based in Paris, its network of international talent is convinced that the combination of financial and artistic resources is the key to bring up their creations in festivals like in theaters.
First producer of two English short films, ‘’Spitball’’ financed by the Northern Ireland Screen and ‘’Bigger Picture’’ starring Robert Sheehan (The Umbrella Academy, Misfits), Belle Époque Films also produced the sold-out LA Premiere of “Happy”, a play published by Samuel French. Now focusing on the production of international features, Belle Époque Films produced Jenna Suru's directorial debut "The Golden Age", a period drama feature filmed in 35 exceptional location on an outstanding 60s rock soundtrack.
Belle Époque Films is proud to be an independent, modern, and passionate company able to bring a fresh perspective to the world of cinema. The principal value for Belle Époque Films is loyalty to its artists and producers, committed to the distribution of quality content.