Georges Films, based in Paris, was founded in 2015 by Nicolas Leprêtre and Raphaël Alexandre. It is dedicated to producing and co-producing international feature films and to discovering and nurturing new and experienced directors from around the world.

Their first feature film, shot in Jordan and Australia, "The Translator" from the French-Syrian directors Rana Kazkaz and Anas Khalaf, has been released in October 2021 in France. To date, it has been selected in over 25 international film festival, including Toronto - TIFF 2020, Tallin - Black Nights Film Festival 2020.

They co-produced “Inshallah a boy” from the Jordanian director Amjad Al Rasheed, selected in competition at La Semaine de la Critique - Cannes 2023, and are currently working, among others, on "The Station" from the Yemeni director, Sara Ishaq, and “Wadi Rum, Victoire facing the desert” from the French Academy César and BAFTA awarded French director Patrice Leconte.




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75010 Paris - France