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CPB Films[modifier | modifier le code]

CPB Films (Compagnie des Phares et Balises) is an audiovisual production company founded in 1992 by Jean Labib and T. Celal. It was rewarded in 2017 as Best Producer of French documentaries for the high-quality work undertaken.

It has already 300 films in it vaults, including a strong documentary catalogue focusing on historical events, social and political issues, art and investigations - and a handful of highly feature films and TV series, mainly produced for Arte and France Televisions.

Among these:

  • The prestigious TV fiction series Nicolas Le Floch produced for France 2 (Prime-Time since 2008) - sold over 30 territories including MHZ Networks (USA), NHK (Japan), Globosat (Brazil), CBC (Canada), Europa Europa (Latin America), CCTV (China), TVP Historia (Poland), Kultura (Russia).
  • The two-part documentary film event The Tour: The legend of the race produced for 100th Edition of the Tour de France (prime time France 2) and sold over 30 territories including SBS (Australia), NBC (USA), Super Sports (Africa), JSports (Japan), RTBF (Belgium), RTVE (Spain), DR (Denmark), YLE (Finland), RDS (Canada), and a worldwide dvd & vod deal with Universal Pictures.
  • Orson Welles – Shadows & Light, the documentary film event to celebrate the 100th birth anniversary of Orson Welles (Arte). Distributed over 15 territories including ORF (Austria), Cyfro NC + (Poland), RTS (Switzerland), Foxtel (Australia), VRT (Belgium), Canal Encuentro (Argentina), Radio Canada (Canada), Channel One (Russia), TV Bandereites (Brazil), RTVHK (Hong Kong), NBC Universal (Italy).
  • The documentary series Jews and Muslims – Intimate strangers (4x52’-including animated sequences - Arte). 21 territories including SVT (Sweden), Canal Once (Mexico), NRK (Norway), The History Channel (Japan), ZDF (Germany), Planet Polska (Poland), RTS (Switzerland), MTV (Hungary), Globosat (Brazil), Dai Ai TV (Taiwan), United Media (Korea).