About us


"The value of a man lies in his ability to give and not in his ability to receive.

EPIX Studio defends values that serve as a guideline for all its projects.

When we decide to produce a film, it is a considered, long-term commitment. Transparency and communication remain the primary keys to establishing a solid basis for mutual communication and trust. It is then on this basis that the different departments can enrich each other and collectively increase the quality of a film.

"The film before the film, the people before the film.


In this same logic, EPIX Studio is also committed to integrating its projects into a sustainable approach from an ecological point of view, by following the recommendations of the Ecoprod charter to reduce the environmental impact of filming.


from concept to dissemination

EPIX Studio is present throughout the film-making process and makes its experience and resources available. Whatever the type of project, a film is built around 4 fundamental stages of creation:


This obviously means supporting the work of the authors and scriptwriters from the concept and the first ideas, but also giving the right direction in relation to what the film wishes to convey. Keeping this guiding thread in mind helps and conditions the stages up to distribution. It is also a question of confirming the viability of a project.

The preparation

The preparatory phase, although essential, is often neglected. This is when the foundations are laid, with the sets, the casting and so on, but also the team synergy.
The elements of the film are refined, its contours are drawn, it is possible for the heads of post to plan together more concretely.

The shooting

The shooting is the culmination of the previous phases, everything converges towards this exciting moment. It is the most random and at the same time the most meticulous phase. In a limited window of opportunity, it is a matter of creating the material for post-production. The consequences of unforeseen events, inerrant at this stage, can be largely limited by a good preparation phase.


This is the final stage of writing the film. During this finalization, we make sure that the cinematographic language is the right one, to convey to the audience what we want, via the rhythm, the colour grading, the music, etc. This is the last moment when choices can be refined.

Once the film has gone through all these writing stages, its aim is to be seen. The distribution aspect is fundamental. EPIX Studio is therefore there to help determine, depending on the film, which proposal is the most suitable among the various possibilities currently available: VOD, platforms, theatrical release, television, social networks, festivals, etc.


EPIX Studio regularly works with new people, in particular to enrich practices and cross networks. However, the professional understanding that is built up from one project to the next with certain technicians facilitates collaboration and allows for greater efficiency.

Here is a non-exhaustive list of our regular contributors:


  • Boris Antona
  • Damien Poirot
  • Pan Haiyong
  • Mathieu Ferrando
  • Micke Ristorchelli
  • Margaud Girod
  • Florian Guillon
  • Clément Lepoix
  • Morgane Alzieu
  • Mathilde Dusseau
  • Célia Couchinaire
Image, electricity, machinery
  • Cyril Bron
  • Marc Steff
  • Thomas Moren
  • Baptiste Brousse 
  • Maëlenn Dujardin
  • Xavier Schanen
  • Julien Ricquier
  • Lucas Rollin
  • Floriane Jeannot
  • David Scherrer
  • Monica Ortreba
  • Thierry Jaulin
  • Laure Satgé
  • Morgan LePivert
  • Bouba Konaté
  • Studio Lagoon
  • Digital Craft
Photo set
  • Alex Pixelle
  • Sarah Desti
  • Arthur Orcier
  • Renaud Barbier


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