We believe that great films, like all genuine works of art, should be both notable and memorable.
We believe that the viewer should be emotionally invested in a film, and that there should be a connection between the people who make films and the people who watch them.
We believe that filmmaking is a journey – and, sometimes, a fascinating adventure. When making a film, you are never travelling alone.
That is why we consider it our responsibility to accompany the artists who embark on the journey to produce a film to the best of our abilities.
This requires mutual respect and a willingness to coordinate and cooperate, as well as the will and the capacity to bring very different people with very different occupations together.
We believe that it is not enough to recruit professional, experienced staff for the individual tasks when embarking on a film project. The finished product is important, but so is the development process and the time people spend together creating a film.
We believe that films and filmmaking are reciprocal – just like life.