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Contacts / Board

 CINE BONHEUR  -  16 Boulevard Saint-Germain  -  75005 PARIS


Jean-Claude Guerrero
+ 33 6 18 92 58 95

Journalist and then PR Director at PolyGram he was directly involved in the launching of the carreer in France of Bob Marley, Elton John, Genesis among others...
A movie fan, he successively joined Warner Home Video, Pathé, France Télévision, where he was responsible for the acquisition of video rights of films and marketing. Among them : "Name of the Rose", "Dance With Wolves", "Goodbye Children", "Cyrano de Bergerac", "Marius et Jeannette", "La vie rêvée des anges" which reaped prestigious awards and gained millions of viewers.
In 2005, via BuzzyBiz, his PR agency, he launched the concept of Films Bonheur and in 2013 created the film production company, Ciné Bonheur.



Jean-Paul Commin

He held various management positions within Polygram, WEA Music, NMV and Fil à Film before joining France Télévision Distribution as GM. In addition, he was General Delegate of SEV in France and President of the International Video Federation for ten years. Creator of PEVE, Chairman of the Executive Committee of the European Audiovisual Observatory, he was also Consultant for ADEF and for the production company Les Armateurs (Kirikou, Ernest and Celestine ...), he is also the treasurer and a founding member of Europa International (European Sales Agents Association)



Jean-Claude Rocle

Author, in collaboration with Alain Lacombe, of two books, "The Music of Film" and "From Broadway to Hollywood", producer at Radio-France (France Musique) for ten years, of regular programs devoted to the relationships between music, film and literature, he organizes the editorial and production of several audiovisual collections (video games, DVDs, etc. ..). He is also the author of a personal work dedicated to children (tales and songs) and audiovisual productions (biographies of composers) and co-author of the Larousse dictionary of cinema.



Jean-Michel Valet

He held various positions in the record industry from 1970 to 1979.
Marketing and Sales Manager (launching of "Dirty Dancing" among others) and General Manager in the video business (Vestron) until 1993.
Since then, President of the largest publishing and audio / video distribution company in Switzerland. Administrator of SUISA and FCMA, he has been in charge of the production, publishing and distribution of CDs and DVDs




Laurent Villaume

As CFO in Fil à Film, he played a large part in the making of movies such as "Itinéraire d'un enfant gâté" by Claude Lelouch.
As Sales and Marketing Director of Cinram, he contributed to the expansion of the group in Europe.
In 2000, he founded his own company, QOL, which became the No. 1 replicator of the greatest movie titles on DVDs and Blu-rays, of which he was the pioneer in France.
In 2013 he launches the "High-Fidelity Pure Audio" with Universal.