Born in 1981, Emilie Dubois graduated from ENS Louis Lumière Film School in 2007. Since then, she has worked as a postproduction supervisor and/or line producer on more than 40 short films. She started producing in 2012, first with les films au long cours, then for Origine films. She is currently a member of Unifrance’s and Procirep’s Short film Commission.
Origine films is both a production company and a sales agency for short films of every genre, from drama to comedy, as well as fantasy/horror.
Created in France in 2011, Origine films now represents for world sales more than 200 short films from more than 20 different countries.
Origine films has produced or co-produced more than 30 short films, including 37°4 S by Adriano Valerio (Special Jury Mention in Cannes 2013, David di Donatello for Best Short Film), The Black Bear and The Plumber by Xavier Seron & Méryl Fortunat-Rossi (Magritte for Best Short Film in 2016 and 2017), Tuesday by Ziya Demirel (Cannes 2015, Toronto, Sundance, Rotterdam and many more) or Ice by Anna Hints (Estonian Film and Television Award for Best Short Film) and is currently developing its first feature films.
Roughly one third of the catalog consists in international coproductions, with Belgium, Turkey, Estonia, Luxembourg, and soon with Albania and Czech Republic.