Publié le 5 février 2021 - Par Frédéric Guégan

In-house Producer and Film Production Intern

Coproduction Office is looking forward to finding two new French and German-speaking colleagues

– an In-house Producer

– and a Film Production Intern (with the prospect of employment)

who are globally minded, result-oriented, with organizational skills, and have an interest in art-house cinema, to complete our team of ten people working in a dynamic and international environment.


Based in Paris and Berlin, Coproduction Office is an international distributor and producer of bold, award-winning films. Coproduction Office’s founder Philippe Bober has worked with prominent ground-breaking directors from early on in their careers and has produced thirty-two films to date. The majority of these films were selected for the main competitions in Cannes, Venice and Berlin, where they have received major prizes, most notably the Venice Golden Lion in 2014 for Roy Andersson’s A PIGEON SAT ON A BRANCH REFLECTING ON EXISTENCE, and the Palme d’Or in 2017 for THE SQUARE by Ruben Östlund.


  • A native or fully fluent French or German-speaker with an excellent command of both languages.
  • Capable of interacting with professionals across different sectors: film industry, public sector, finance and accounting.
  • Able to demonstrate previous experience in the film industry.
  • Precise, accountable and motivated, with attention to detail and meeting deadlines.
  • Flexible, a problem solver with a proactive skill set.
  • Proficient with Excel, able to manage budgets, you have a “head for numbers” and have an interest in finance/accounting (any legal training is a plus).
  • Computer savvy and proficient in cloud-based applications and virtual workspaces.
  • Interested in art-house cinema.

You will work together with our producers Marina Perales (Paris), Clemens Köstlin (Berlin) our CFO Riccardo Molteni (Paris) and our founder Philippe Bober (Berlin and Paris). Our current projects and productions are the upcoming films by Michelangelo Frammartino, Jessica Hausner, Susanne Heinrich, Ruben Östlund and Ulrich Seidl. These films are all at different stages, from early development, to financing, production, post-production, and festival premiere or distribution via our sales branch. Therefore you will be able to work over the entire creation process of a film.


This role is full-time in Berlin or Paris and is initially a fixed term position (6 to 12 months), with the opportunity for a permanent role in the future.


  • Managing projects from A to Z, from early stages of development to the international premieres in A-festivals.
  • Working closely with directors, scriptwriters, Coproduction Office’s CFO, and Philippe Bober who oversees all productions.
  • Defining the financing, budgeting and structure of the production.
  • Supervising the legal aspects of international co-productions.
  • Handling all financing applications and contracts including public funding, broadcasters, distributors, equity inv