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Passions Film Slate

“Imagination is more important than knowledge. For knowledge is limited, whereas imagination embraces the entire world, stimulating progress, giving birth to evolution.”

Albert Einstein

Director:  Philippe Muyl

Screenwriter:  Carol Mitchell

Genre:  Romantic Comedy                Co-Producer Armonïa Productions / BpM Productions


ASHLEY, a pretty forty-something who heads a communication agency in Monaco, only cares about appearances. She spends lavishly and has a deep passion for stilettos. Her delusions of grandeurs have dangerously put her agency on the verge of bankrupcy. She jumps on the last chance budget and finds herself catapulted in tailored suit and high heels on the dream tropical highland of Purehua (French Polynesia), to plan a launch for her new client.

Paradise is only short lived. Everything goes from the frying pan into the fire when Ashley lands in what she calls “the Care Bears country that works in slow-mo”. She discovers a world diametrically opposed to the one she lives in. A country anchored in ancestral rituals, where one appreciates simple pleasures, and whose philosophy is “aita 'e pe'ape'a" (don’t worry, everything will be fine).

A chance meeting with KAHI, a 17-year-old surfer, is going to literally turn her life upside down. It will open her eyes to a more spiritual world focused on environmental protection.


Director: Bibi Naceri

Screenwriter: Bibi Naceri

Genre:  Comedy  - TV Mini-series               


A road-movie with scathing humor, "Freewheel" features three improbable pairs in three different cars that follow each other from Belgium through the roads of France, towards Spain in the pursuit of a killer.


Director: Marion Laine

Screenwriter:  Carol Mitchell

Genre:  Drama            

Arthur, 19 years old, has just left an orphanage where he has spent the last fifteen years, punctuated by placements in foster homes. Life has not been kind to him. His mother died when he was born and his father abandoned him like a bundle of dirty laundry when he was 6. Broken by his childhood, stuttering, introverted and friendless, Arthur embarks on an intense quest to find his father, his only family. One day, Arthur crosses the path of Nicole, a forty-year-old woman. Without knowing it, Nicole triggers a series of events that will change her life and have extraordinary consequences on Arthur's.


Director:  François Descraques.    

Screenwriter:  François Descraques & Claire Le Luhern

Genre:  Thriller/Horror               Co-Producer Davis Films


Tony, a popular leading figure on YouTube, thinks the “MisterPuppet” old video game everyone is talking about is just another ‘creepypasta’, an urban legend from the Dark Web.  

Ines, a medical student, has lost her own boyfriend when he threw himself out of a widow in front of her eyes, for no apparent reason… except that he played the mysterious game called “Mister Puppet”.  Ines meets Tony to find some clues. What if the game was jinxed by a mysterious spirit ?  Tony and Ines embark on a thrilling chase to get to the bottom of this, stop the online spreading of “MisterPuppet”, and prevent more teenagers death. 


Directors:  In talks

Screenwriter:  Carol Mitchell

Genre:  Comedy, Drama


INFINITE LOVE reveals the crossed destinies of three characters and highlights their individual way of apprehending the existential questions… life, death, faith, the after life…

Paul, an ‘eternal teenager’ full of life despite being in his eighties, is terminally ill with cancer.

His best friend Michelle, a forty-year-old writer, stays by his side during the last months of his life, while dwelling on the existential questions of life and death.

Helped in this fundamental quest by her friend Patrick — a zany character passionate about Albert Einstein and quantum physics — Michelle deepens her metaphysical research to realize it reveals strange similarities with quantum theories.


Infinite Love

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