Jérémy Pouilloux

La Générale De Production (France)

Mentor | Virtual Reality


Jérémy Pouilloux is an associate producer at the Paris-based Générale de Production. Since its creation in 2001, the company has produced around sixty films for television, cinema and new media, with a focus on fiction, documentary, and news programs for all channels and media. His award-winning and critically-acclaimed works include Le Président (feature-length documentary), Dring (award-winning short series), Tantale (award-winning interactive fiction for the big screen), Doxa (selected for SeriesMania in the short film category), and Accused#2: Walter Sisulu (a VR documentary entered in numerous festivals, including TRIBECA and IDFA).

He is currently developing various fiction projects and innovative contents. Jérémy is regularly invited to sit in on professional juries for festivals or funding commissions for fiction programs (CNC Fiction TV, SACD, Luchon, Séries Mania, regional funds, etc.), and often speaks in front of school-, university- and lifelong learning groups. He graduated from the French film school La Fémis in 2017 (specializing in scriptwriting for fiction feature films).

He also founded the TIU association, a hub for the majority of French professionals in new media that is behind the I Love Transmedia event in Paris, which was later integrated into the Paris Virtual Film Festival at Forum des images and eventually led to the creation of the NewImages Festival.

In addition, he is a founding member, and member of the bureau, of the PXN association, a member of USPA, and a member of UNI-XR.