François d’Artemare is a producer and production manager born on January 1, 1966 in France. In 1996, he established the Portuguese film company Filmes do Tejo, which today has a library of more than 70 titles. He produced three features by legendary Portuguese director Manoel de Oliveira with his Paris-based company Les Films de l’Après-Midi and produced further films all over the world from Bosnia to Angola, Bangladesh and more. Movies like Snow won the International Critics’ Week Grand Prix Award at Cannes Film Festival in 2008, Children of Sarajevo received a special mention of the Jury Un Certain Regard at Cannes in 2012 and Montanha by João Salaviza was presented at the 2015 Venice Film Festival and won first prize at the Montpellier Film Festival. In 2016, he produced Drum and Saint George, both of which screened at the 2016 Venice Film Festival. In 2019, he produced Made in Bangladesh for director Rubaiyat Hossein and received his first APSA nomination for the Cultural Diversity Award under the patronage of UNESCO. He has also a participant of the Torino Film Lab in 2010 and was a ‘decision maker’ from 2011 to 2016.

Accolades

Rubaiyat Hossain and François d'Artemare and Ashique Mostafa
Cultural Diversity Award under the patronage of UNESCO, 2019

Made in Bangladesh

Cultural Diversity Award under the patronage of UNESCO, 2019

Made in Bangladesh

Shimu is 23 years old and works in a clothing textile factory in the Bangladesh capital of Dhaka. She earns little money while working many…

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Films

Made in Bangladesh
2019

Made in Bangladesh

Bangladesh, France, Denmark, Portugal
2019

Made in Bangladesh

Shimu is 23 years old and works in a clothing textile factory in the Bangladesh capital of Dhaka. She earns little money while working many…

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