Juliette films is a European film production company based in Luxembourg, set up to develop, finance, produce and coproduce quality projects aimed at a wide international audience.
Juliette Films offers a global approach to production from development to distribution via innovative schemes of financing through equity funds, alongside a strong network of European production companies.
Created by David Grumbach, Juliette films aims to maximize the potential of qualitative and audience-driven film production.
David Grumbach is the owner and CEO of Juliette Films, BAC Films and CINEMA SCA SICAR.
He has produced and co-produced more than 30 films (features, animation and documentaries), notably internationally acclaimed films such as Wim Wender’s “Everything Will be Fine” Ari Folman’s “The Congress”, Jaco Van Dormaele “The brand New Testament” Frédéric Jardin’s “Sleepless Night” or Sylvie Testud’s ”Another woman’s life”.
Born in Paris, he moved to Luxembourg in 2005 to team up with Paul Thiltges in order to develop, produce and finance feature films. His international scope and the importance of the Belgian financing in his productions naturally lead David to associate with Jean-Yves Roubin through Frakas Productions in 2010.
His passion for cinema and his eclectic tastes reflectes his filmography where elevated genre films (comedy, thriller, sci-fi, animation...) are mixed up with art-house films.
Along with his experience as a producer, financier and distributor, David previously consulted for the RTL Group and taught film production at the University of Strasbourg in France.