Alice Winocour



Alice Winocour was born in Paris in 1976. Following a course in scriptwriting at the FEMIS, she directed three short films (including Kitchen, selected as part of the Official Competition at Cannes in 2005) and collaborated on scripts for feature films, including Ordinary People by Vladimir Perisic (Semaine de la Critique, Cannes 2009) and Mustang by Deniz Gamze Ergüven (Directors' Fortnight, Cannes 2015). In 2011, she directed Augustine (Semaine de la Critique, Cannes 2012). Her second feature film, Maryland, was screened as part of the Official Selection at Cannes (Un Certain Regard, 2015), and later at the Toronto International Film Festival Gala (TIFF 2015).

Laure Caillol


Laure Caillol was the coordinator of INDIE CIRCLE, the European pool of distributors from 2004 to 2012, working on films such as Paradise Now by Hany Abu Assad or Thank You For Smoking by Jason Reitman. She is now taking care of the acquisitions for HAUT ET COURT - both for co-productions and distribution.
Haut et Court is a French production and distribution company; producing feature films such as The Class by Laurent Cantet and TV series like The Returned; coproducing films, recently The Kindergarten Teacher by Nadav Lapid or The Lobster by Yorgos Lanthimos; and distributing films such as L'Apollonide by Bertrand Bonello, Mediterranea by Jonas Carpignano or An by Naomi Kawase.

Juliette Schramek

Sales agent

Juliette studied Law and graduated from Science-Po Paris, before specialising in film distribution at La Fémis. She started her career at Les Films du Losange with the theatrical distribution team, before joining the international sales department. She has worked at French distribution and production company MK2 since 2007, where she was first in charge of sales in Europe before taking over MK2 films, the unit handling sales and acquisitions as well as coproductions. Recent films acquired or coproduced by MK2 Films include Mountains May Depart by Jia Zhang Ke, The Measure of a Man by Stéphane Brizé, An by Naomi Kawase (all in Official selection – Cannes 2015) as well as Xavier Dolan’s films Mommy (French distribution), Tom at the Farm & Laurence Anyways, and all of Oliver Assayas's films since Summer Hours.