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Faced with our world's rapid development, which undoubtedly foretells the depletion of certain raw materials, it is impossible to fail to take environmental factors into account. We must learn to do things differently, to work and produce in a more virtuous manner, so we can continue to coexist.
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Coq Héron Productions, making space for live shows
Coq Héron Productions
making space for live shows
Coq Héron Productions was founded in 2016 for the purpose of getting involved in audiovisual production and the broadcasting and recording of live shows. Frédéric Atellian, a former audiovisual law lawyer and legal consultant, and Nikos Talbi-Lykakis, a former stage manager, production director and scriptwriter, were the creators of the project and describe their new career as producers of live shows as follows :
« "A theatre producer simultaneously acts as a nanny, a location scout for the promotion, exhibition and broadcasting of the show, and a seeker of funding, while also requiring a good deal of enthusiasm, daring, motivation and a strong desire to make the case for exciting projects."
It is with this commitment and sensitivity that Coq Héron Productions assists companies in harnessing internal creativity, particularly through team coaching workshops to enable collective intelligence to be put to work for your projects.
In parallel, the company has also produced two short films (Un regard dans la nuit 2017 and Des figues en Avril 2018) and has co-produced and produced several plays that were hits with audiences and critics: La peur, since 2016, praised by critics and nominated for a Molière award for Best Female Newcomer in 2017; Le jeu de l’amour et du hasard at Théâtre Michel in 2017 with an unexpected pop-rock staging; Harold Pinter's Betrayal at the Lucernaire in 2017, and then in Avignon in July 2018; and L’Affaire Courteline in 2018.
The company is currently developing a documentary film on hip-hop dancing, and will coproduce a comedic series of short films on Greek mythology.