Formed in France in 1895, Gaumont is the first film company in the world, celebrating 125 years of history and innovation. With offices in Paris, Los Angeles, London, and Berlin, Gaumont remains an industry leader, producing and distributing high-quality TV programming and films. Specializing in producing local stories with global appeal, Gaumont’s current slate includes talent-driven, diverse, and distinctive titles across multiple languages for the world’s leading global streaming platforms and channel: For Netflix, the flagship series Narcos in its 5th season, F is for Family in its 4th season, High in the Clouds, the animated feature developed together with Paul McCartney, The Barbarians, the epic, period drama set in Germany and Arsène Lupin, directed by Louis Leterrier and starring Omar Sy in France. For Amazon Prime Video US, Do Re & Mi with Kristen Bell, El Presidente co-created by Armando Bo and Pablo Larraín in Latin America and the action thriller Operations Totems in France. For Apple TV+ based on the Jon. J. Muth Zen book series, Stillwater. Gaumont co-produces and distributes around ten films a year in theaters. The film library encompasses over 1400 titles from prestigious directors such as Louis Malle, Jean-Luc Godard, and more recently, Toledano and Nakache for The Intouchables, the highest-grossing French-language movie to date with over $450 million in revenue to date.
Narcos is an inside look into the world of international drug trafficking and the rise and fall of the world’s most dangerous criminals who would stop at nothing to attain the ultimate goal – power. The series offers viewers a window into both sides of what ultimately became the world’s most lucrative business – the import and export of illegal drugs. From the battles between the DEA, local law enforcement, the military and the most righteous of government officials, to the greed driven, even deadlier battles between the multiple cartel factions themselves – riddled with corruption from all sides – the rise of the drug war and major role the U.S. plays in it, being the largest consumer in the world, unfolds before us.
Art of Crime
Hotheaded but with a keen insight for investigation, Antoine Verlay, a Paris police detective teams up with the Louvre’s renowned art historian, Florence Chassagne. As Antoine and Florence solve a series of modern day crimes across France’s storied museums and landmarks, they unveil some of the great mysteries of French culture and history. Directed by Charlotte Brandstrom and Eric Woreth.
Since its foundation at the beginning of the 20th century, the CONMEBOL (South American Soccer Confederation) was a legitimate mafia, practicing traditions passed on from generation to generation. Joining CONMEBOL meant money and fame, power and corruption. The dream was big enough and attainable for anyone and everyone, until one day, someone let the wrong man into the family: the president of a small, defeated Chilean soccer club, SERGIO JADUE. The series will follow the before and after of the event known as “FIFA Gate” – where justice was served too many FIFA members – which focused especially on our protagonist, SERGIO JADUE, a name that is known in Chile, but unknown to the rest of the world.
Deep in the heart of the Canadian Rockies, a recently emigrated police sheriff and his family try their best to survive in a charming mountain town rife with crime and corruption. Sheriff Jim Worth struggles with the ghosts of his past as he attends AA meetings, and his wife, Angela, tries to integrate in the town of Little Big Bear. At the same time, a massive oil company, North Stream Oil, opens a refinery just out of town, bringing with it a swath of migrant workers, rising crime levels, and pollution. When a friend of Jim’s dies under mysterious circumstances written off as a suicide, he butts heads with representatives of the oil firm when he tries to uncover the truth of the matter.