Pierre-Ange Le Pogam, born on 20 August 1954 in Lorient, is a French producer. He started his career with Tony Molière, and then joined Gaumont, where he was in charge, via Buena Vista, of the distribution of Disney productions in France. In 1984, he met Luc Besson and participated with him in the production of numerous projects in the 1980s and 1990s such as Le Grand bleu, Nikita, Léon and Le Cinquième Élément. In 2000, he co-founded the production company EuropaCorp with Luc Besson. He later created his own production company Stone Angels where he produced films such as Cosmopolis, starring Robert Pattinson, or Le Fidèle with Mathias Shoenaerts and Adèle Exarchopoulos.
Roselyne Bosch began her career as a scriptwriter with the film 1492: Christopher Columbus, directed by Ridley Scott and starring Gérard Depardieu and Sigourney Weaver. At the same time she founded her production company "Légende productions" with Alain Goldman, in order to finance the film. In the following years Rose Bosch brought to "Légende" talents such as Olivier Dahan (who made Les Rivières Pourpres II and La Môme), Roland Joffé, (who made Vatel), and Scorcese's "Casino". Rose Bosch continued her career as a scriptwriter, adapting Simenon's "En cas de Malheur", and becoming Pierre Jolivet's "En Plein Cœur". In 2003, "Le Pacte du Silence", adapted from an English thriller by Marcelle Bernstein, was released, again starring Depardieu opposite Elodie Bouchez. A few years later, she also began a career as a director with her first film "Animal". In 2010 she released 'La Rafle' with Adèle Exharchopoulos, Gad Elmaleh, Mélanie Laurent, Jean Réno and Sylvie Testud. The film is a success. She will work again with Jean Réno for her film "Avis de Mistral".
Rose Bosch is pleased to be present at Filmoramax to host a masterclass on the theme: How to get into the film industry and, more importantly, how to stay there. Through her story, she will share her experience and her most interesting anecdotes with the Filmoramax audience.
Writer and actor, Hafid Benamar started on stage with his comedy trio the 2BN and their first show "1er Duo à trois", directed by Serge Hazanavicius and produced by Thomas Langmann from 2005 to 2007. He then went on to appear in a series of films: "OSS 117: Cairo, Nest of Spies" and "Seul Two". But it is with his character of Flex in the Canal + series, "Platane", that he will become known to the general public. The series, which he created in 2011 with Éric Judor.