Founded in May 2009 by Emmanuel-Alain Raynal, and joined in 2015 by Pierre Baussaron, Miyu Productions is an audiovisual and film production company specializing in animation, producing short films, series and features.
Over the years, Miyu Productions has built up the reputation of an animation studio with a demanding artistic line and commitment, particularly through its productions of animated shorts. Several of our films have been recognized and rewarded at the most prestigious festivals, including 27 by Flora Anna Buda, winner of the Palme d’Or and the Cristal for short films at the Cannes and Annecy festivals in 2023, as well as our feature-length films, singular in the contemporary production landscape, (Chicken for Linda! by Chiara Malta and Sébastien Laudenbach, Cristal for a feature film at Annecy in 2023). The company was awarded the Trophée de l’animation du Film Français in 2019 and received the Procirep prize for French animation producer in 2022.
The company is currently developing a portfolio of around ten feature films, twenty shorts and several audiovisual series and units, and has 4 production studios in France located in Paris, Valence, Angoulême and Marseille, and a studio in Belgium that will soon open in Brussels.
Emmanuel-Alain Raynal is in charge of all the company’s networks and its contacts towards channels, institutions, producers, schools and authors. He drives new projects and leads the search for new authors. He is involved in the production strategy and the development of projects in collaboration with Pierre Baussaron. He is also vice-president of the Union of Independent Producers (SPI) in the field of animation.
Pierre Baussaron manages the company’s administrative and financial activities, the operational implementation of projects and the executive production activity. He is in charge of production strategy and projects development in collaboration with Emmanuel-Alain Raynal.
He joined the Union of Independent Producers (SPI) in 2005 and was appointed cinema delegate in 2008. He held this position for eleven years, during which he defended the collective interests of independent producers and provided individual support to member companies. In 2019 he joined Miyu, where he is in charge of the legal, administrative and financial management of the company’s projects.
Former production manager in several animation studios such as Milimages, Ellipseanime or Prima Linea, having notably managed the production of feature films such as Corto Maltese, Fear(s) of the Dark and The Red Turtle, Tanguy Olivier has been overseeing the production management of all Miyu projects since October 2018.
In charge for 6 years of the production’s supervision in several renowned companies such as Folimages or Tant Mieux Prod where she was production manager of the series Toby Lolness, she joins Miyu to take the production management of several projects.
Lydia is a graduate of Sciences Po Paris. She was previously at Ubisoft where she held various communications positions such as financial communications specialist and in 2019 joined the CEO’s office to work closely with the management team on communication strategy issues and the group’s transformation projects.
Graduated from a master in management of cultural organizations at Paris Dauphine, she first worked as development manager on digital projects at Les Films Pelléas, then as a production manager for Jonas Films. She joined Miyu to manage the funding process and the supervision of the short films.
After graduating from ESCP, he worked in distribution at Capricci and Epicentre, then joined Miyu in August 2018 as a production assistant. He was appointed short film production manager in January 2020, and then became production manager for feature films in 2021.
After an audiovisual BTS in production management at Lycée Suger, a short stint in advertising and a diploma in production at Gobelins, he first worked in animation at Folimage and then participated to ASF in 2019. He joins Miyu in 2020 and is based in Valence, in the Drôme.
After graduating from the University of Caen Normandie, she did an internship at the Jérôme Seydoux-Pathé Foundation and then at Mandarin production as a production administrator. She completed her internship at Miyu in June 2020, after which she joined the team as a production assistant in December 2020.
Former infographist, he undertakes in 2017 a professional reconversion in accounting and obtains his diploma of Accounting Assistant and Payroll Manager at IFOCOP Paris XI. He will do his work-study at Miyu in 2019 before joining the team permanently in 2021 after obtaining his diploma.
After multiple experiences as an assistant director on film shoots, production manager and computer technician, he joined Studio Miyu in July 2019 to supervise the technical management.
Production student at ESRA Paris. She joins Miyu in 2022 for her final internship.
A graphic and motion designer, Aurore studied graphic design at ESAD Orléans, as well as at the Ecole des Gobelins, where she specialized in motion design. Working mainly in the cultural field, she has worked for a number of institutions on both a salaried and freelance basis (Institut national d’histoire de l’art, Bibliothèque nationale de France, Centre Pompidou, Les Franciscaines Deauville…), developing their identities and communication media.