Empreinte Digitale, the thriving Paris-based manufacturing corporate at the back of Disney +’s “Parallèles,” has employed Thomas Saignes, a well-established manufacturer whose monitor document comprises “Bad Banks” and “Parlement.”
Joining from Cinétévé, Saignes might be in control of generating drama collection and one-offs for streaming services and products and standard TV channels, in addition to spearheading Empreinte’s global co-productions.
Saignes, who’s founded in Paris and lived a lot of years in Montreal, Canada, has been actively concerned within the financing and co-productions of flicks and collection with global and European companions, significantly Benoit Jacquot’s length film “Farewell, my Queen.” Prior to Cinétévé, Saignes labored on the Luxembourg-based corporate Iris the place he used to be concerned within the ZDF-Arte collection “Bad Banks” which Federation offered all over the world. During his tenure at Cinétévé, Saignes collaborated with veteran manufacturer Fabienne Servan-Schreiber and used to be a driver at the back of a number of formidable collection, for example Noé Debré’s political satire “Parlement” whose season 3 will quickly release on France Televisions; in addition to the French-Italian collection “Survivors,” and “Cuisine Interne,” an upcoming crime display set on this planet of French gastronomy.
Headed by means of Raphael Rocher and Eric Laroche, Empreinte introduced 19 years in the past and lately ranks as certainly one of France’s main manufacturing firms. The banner, now a part of Federation Entertainment, has constructed sturdy relationships with each streamers and TV channels. It has been a best purveyor of authentic displays venturing in style – comparable to horror and science fiction — which can be seldom tacked in France. The outfit’s contemporary credit come with Thierry Poiraud’s “Infiniti” for Canal+, Quoc Dang Tran’s supernatural display “Parallèles” for Disney+, Charlotte Sanson’s “Les 7 Vies de Léa” for Netflix. Empreinte’s earlier credit come with “Marianne” for Netflix and “Missions” for OCS.
“Raphael Rocher has been a friend for the last 15 years and our first co-productions go back to 2009. I’ve always admired the steady and solid growth of Empreinte illustrated by their award-winning and daring productions,” mentioned Saignes. “The duo formed by Eric and Raphael brought the company to an unmatched level of ambition and creativity,” mentioned the manufacturer.
Rocher described Saignes as “a passionate producer who is ambitious and extremely talented.” “We’re fan of his productions for the very start. It’s also been a long friendship which was born on the set of our first film,” mentioned Rocher.
“(Saignes)’s talent, enthusiasm, creativity and vision are perfectly in tune with our ambition, energy and aspirations; and together we will bring Empreinte to reach a new milestone,” added Rocher.