In this strange world of today, where money-making prevails over art, meeting a person endowed with a generous, truly artistic spirit, in search of poetry and loyalty, is a real treasure.
When I was shooting my first feature film, “Olma Djon”, I had the chance to meet some of these rare people and one of them was my very dear and very precious friend Arnaud Frilley.
When I told him about my idea to make my film, without asking for anything, he immediately opened his big heart to me and provided such a gracious and precious help.
The cooperation between our company and B-TWEEN unfolded in a way I could wish all filmmakers : it unfolded in a precise, professional and generous manner.
I felt in Arnaud an irresistible desire to create a real piece of art with us. We were working together towards a common goal and we reached it.
The film “Olma Djon” has become what it is now and i touched so many hearts around the world, in large part thanks to B-TWEEN, this wonderful team that gave us all their talent and enthusiasm without counting. I have learned a lot from Arnaud and his partners. I really hope, from the bottom of my heart, that our fruitful cooperation will continue as long as possible. I share numerous awards won by “Olma Djon” around the world with Arnaud Frilley and all the B-TWEEN team and I cannot thank them enough.
Thank you. Spasibo, dear Arnaud.
The script of “GRAND CANCAN” scenes shot in Brittany was only about 10 pages long, but these scenes were of key importance for the film. B-TWEEN perfectly organized 3 shooting days in Perros-Guirec. They had prepared all the filming locations in advance and assembled the perfect film crew: lighting technicians, technical specialists, production managers, assistants and others. The shooting days were very busy, and we have very fond memories of them.