Dublin Films was founded in Paris in 2006, by Benjamin Serero and Fabrice Main, respectively trained at Femis and ENS Louis Lumière. The offices of the company were moved to Bordeaux in 2011, when David Hurst became its new partner and where the Regional Council (Aquitaine Limousin Poitou-Charentes) strongly supports the film industry. David Hurst is now the main producer and the CEO of Dublin Films.
We produce independant films, fictions and documentaries, for cinema and television. We carry films which defend the singular points of view of their authors. We like to see the authors-directors express how they represent themselves in the world they live in. We want Dublin Films to be a structure which, above all, supports and promotes Creation.
Our films concentrate on cultural, societal and political issues, and particularly on questions linked to diversity and identity.
We still produce short films and TV documentaries, with more and more partnerships with national televisions (France 3, Arte). We have also transitioned towards producing features, mainly through coproductions including « Pasolini » by Abel Ferrara (Venise 2014 – Official competition) and « Lamb » by Yared Zeleke (Cannes 2015 – Un Certain Regard). We are now developing several features, fictions and documentaries, in Europe and Latin America, positionning Dublin Films as a French executive production on international projects.