Our Story

Following the urban riots in 2005, on the right bank of Bordeaux, Zangro set up the « En attendant demain » (waiting for tomorrow) collective. Their aim was to tell the stories of the realities of life in the neighbourhood through comedy. An adventure that resulted in 18 short films and a TV drama for Canal +. In 2008, he set up « À part ça tout va bien » (otherwise, all good), a comedy web series that explored the schizophrenic relationship between Islam and France. A project that attained 35 million views and international acclaim.

In 2011, Zangro, director and producer, set up « Bien ou Bien Productions » who produce drama for cinema and television. In 2020, Bien ou Bien Productions produce features, short films and TV series and have been awarded more than 150 international awards including a Cesar, several prestigous awards at Sundance, Toronto… Supported by numerous private and public bodies, our films stand out in international festivals and reflect our production goals : to promote, in our own way, directors who have a distinctive view of the world we live in.

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Bien ou Bien Productions recieved the 2018 Young Producer Award from France Télévisions that rewarded the first six years of production excellence for their creations. They also featured on Variety magazine’s list of 10 producers to follow in the world in 2019. They are also the first company from the Aquitaine region to have ever produced a 90 min piece for television. The short film « Mamans(s) » (Mother(s) by Maïmouna Doucouré made history by being the first French film, across all catagories to have won best international film at Sundance, Toronto and a Cesar in 2017.

Her first feature film "Cuties", was released in theaters on August 19, 2020. Directed by Maïmouna Doucouré, it addresses the subject of the hypersexualization of pre-teen girls in our time. The film won the Best Directing Award at the Sundance Film Festival and the Special Mention of the International Jury in Berlin (Generation).
The lead actress, Fathia Youssouf, won the César for Best Promising Actress for her role in "Cuties". This victory also comes with a nomination for the César 2021 in the Best First Film category.

Our values

Our wish is to create work inspired by our day to day social reality, highlighting it’s diversity. A diversity that helps the universal nature of feelings and passions in people to rise up... it’s with this intention that we have developed our entire catalogue with a multiplicity of styles and tones that will appeal to as wide an audience as possible.

Our Partners

Bien ou Bien Productions is a partner of the « À part ça tout va bien » association. Cinema resources center in the heart of Bordeaux's suburbs.

25 Cours Pasteur, 33000 Bordeaux

110 Rue des Dames, 75017 Paris
24 Rue de la Jonquière, 75017 Paris
Monday to Friday
9:30am to 7pm
+33 5 47 29 89 54