Wild Bunch (film company)

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Wild Bunch
Société Anonyme
Industry Film Industry
Founded 2002 (as an independent company)
Founder Vincent Grimond, Brahim Chioua, Vincent Maraval, Alain De La Mata
Headquarters Paris
Products Films
Website www.wildbunch.biz

Wild Bunch S.A. is a French film distribution and international sales company, created in 2002. Originally a division of StudioCanal, the company has distributed and sold films such as Land of the Dead, Southland Tales, Woody Allen's Cassandra's Dream, Vicky Cristina Barcelona, Whatever Works, and Steven Soderbergh's Che, The King's Speech, and The Artist. Wild Bunch is also the international seller of Studio Ghibli's works.


Wild Bunch is a film sales company and also a pan-European film distributor.


In France, Wild Bunch is a theatrical distributor (Wild Bunch Distribution) and also a video distributor through its subsidiary, Wild Side.

Wild Bunch also positioned itself on the digital distribution market through its VoD/SVoD subsidiary Filmo TV.


Apart from its international sales activities, Wild Bunch is also a direct distributor in Italy (BiM Distribuzione[1]), in Germany (Wild Bunch Germany[2] / Central Film) and in Spain (Vertigo Films[3]).


Wild Bunch manages more than 1700 titles.

Major awards received by films distributed or sold by Wild Bunch[edit]


Cannes International Film Festival[edit]

Jaco Van Dormael at the 2009 Venice Film Festival for Mr. Nobody

Venice Film Festival[edit]

Berlin International Film Festival[edit]


  1. ^ http://variety.com/2007/film/news/wild-bunch-teams-up-with-bim-1117974335/
  2. ^ http://cineuropa.org/nw.aspx?t=newsdetail&l=en&did=81344
  3. ^ http://www.hollywoodreporter.com/news/wild-bunch-continues-buying-spree-237828

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