May 13, 1963
Frédérique Dumas studied at the Institut Libre for International Relations Studies (Panthéon-Assas University), and holds a bachelor degree in information/communication.
In 1996, she created NoéProductions, and IngaFilms in 2004, two independent film production companies based in Paris, France. In parallel, she was President of the Bureau de Liaison des Industries Cinématographiques, the office that syndicates most of the French film unions.
In 2005, she was a member of the jury for the 20th movie festival in Paris.
Today, she is the CEO of Studio 37, the film production subsidiary of Orange.
From 1989 to 1997, she was the Cultural Affairs delegate to the mayor of Antony, France.
Since July 2009, Frédérique Dumas is the National Secretary in charge of new media for the French political party, the Nouveau Centre.
- 1996: Dobermann, Jan Kounen
- 1998: Train de vie, Radu Mihăileanu
- 2001: No man's land, Danis Tanović
- 2001: Les portes de la gloire, Christian Merret-Palmair
- 2002: Inquiry into the invisible world, Jean-Michel Roux
Studio 37 coproductions
- 2008: My Own Love Song, Olivier Dahan
- 2008: The French Kissers, Riad Sattouf
- 2008: Lascars, Albert Pereira and Emmanuel Klotz
- 2008: Le Coach, Olivier Doran
- 2008: Cyprien, David Charhon
- 2008: Thelma, Louise et Chantal, Benoît Pétré
- 2010: Gainsbourg (Vie héroïque), Antoine Sfar
- 2011: ...And If We All Lived Together, Stéphane Robelin
- 1994: Golden lion Mostra de Venise, Before the rain
- 2001: Oscar for best foreign film, No man's land
- 2001: Best screenplay at the Cannes film festival, No man's land
- 2002: César awarded, No man's land