Bidibul Productions is an independent Luxembourg company founded in 2009 by Christel Henon and Lilian Eche.
After 22 years with the Luxembourg Bar Association as an attorney specializing in international law and audiovisual law, Christel decided to focus her practice on the international development and production of Bidibul Productions.
After several years in robotics and industrial computer science, Lilian started as Technical Director and Executive Producer in 1997 and as Producer Animation Films and Series in 2002.
After a remarkable animation work with the co-production of Christian Volckman's "Renaissance", Arthur Qwak and Guillaume Ivernel's "Les Chasseurs de dragons", Shane Acker's "Numéro 9", which was produced alongside Tim Burton, Antoine Charreyron's "The Prodigies" and Nicolas Bary's first film "Les enfants de Timpelbach", Lilian, within Bidibul Productions, is producer and responsible for European co-productions.
Bidibul Productions, close to authors, directors and loyal executive producers, has reached its maturity in international film co-production after only 6 years.
From the family comedy "Boule et Bill" by Alexandre Charlot and Franck Magnier to the comic by Jean Roba, which crossed the 2-million-entry mark in France, to Patrick Ridremont's "Dead Man Talking", an atypical film that has been nominated for the César as the best foreign film and has received several awards from the audience.
Bidibul Productions also enjoys animation and is currently producing two feature films with strong potential, "Croc Blanc" by Alexandre Espigares, inspired by the work of Jack London, and "Funny Little Animals" by Antoon Krings and Arnaud Bouron, based on the bestselling work of Antoon Krings.
Parallel to the international co-productions, Bidibul Productions is booming in the development of its projects with a European dimension and signs several strong licences.
Bidibul Productions is full of new ideas and does not want to stop!