Mini Bio (1)
In 1982, Alain Pancrazi began his career as a producer.
He produced the commercial Brandt directed by Serge Gainsbourg, awarded at the Cannes Film Festival.
As a director of commercials, he collaborated with Thierry Ardisson and Connie Nielsen. He also enabled Gérard Jugnot to make his first films.
He produced 100 days in Palermo with Lino Ventura in 1984 and the same year, Les Fauves by Jean-Louis Daniel.
His latest productions for the cinema are: Isabelle Doval's Fonzy with José Garcia, Amanda Sthers's Madame (2017) with Toni Colette, Harvey Keitel and Rossy de Palma, A cause des filles ..? (2018) by Pascal Thomas with José Garcia, Audrey Fleurot, Pierre Richard and more, Amanda Sthers' Holy Lands (2018) with James Caan, Tom Hollander, Rosanna Arquette, Jonathan Rhys Meyer, Efrat Dor and Patrick Bruel. Holy Lands warded in Los Angeles at the Downtown Film Festival "Best adapted screenplay" and "Best cinematography" and was the winner at the Palermo Festival "Efebo d'oro",Special Award "Culture" Lions Club Palermo dei Vespri 2019.
In parallel, he develops a production activity for television.
Between television movies and series, Alain Pancrazi builds up popular success: Commissioner Moulin (1999-2006) with Yves Rénier, Frank Riva (2003-2004) with Alain Delon and Mireille Darc or Une famille formidable (2009) with Bernard Le Coq and Annie Duperey.
Hailed by critics, his work has been awarded several prizes, including the French Film Award for Une fille dans l'Azure in 2000 (best audience TV movie 2001), the prize for the best scenario of the festival of La Rochelle for Un divorce de chien in 2010, the Grand Prix of the Mini-series for Ad, la guerre de l'ombre in 2008 at the Luchon International Film Festival, or the television movie trophy for Une bonne leçon in 2014 and the Media Jeunesse Prize - Enfance Majuscule for the animated film Cécile and Kevin in 2013.
All these films are designed and produced through the PM S.A. group, which he chairs.
PM S.A. occupies today an important position in the French audiovisual production. Since its creation in 1992, PM S.A. has created more than 500 hours of content: feature films, TV movies, documentaries, animation series, commercials and streaming programs.
As a patron, he participates in the organization of the Cine-Banlieue Film Festival, which promotes creation in difficult neighborhoods and highlights young talents from cultural and social diversity.
Since 2011, he has also been contributing to the TF1 Foundation's "Writing Workshop" project, which allows young people from diverse backgrounds to set up a project, from writing to filming, to be broadcast on TF1. This experience reinforces his conviction that generations of diversity are full of talents that must be discovered and deserve to be encouraged and supported.
An active member of the Movie Producers Association, he is particularly involved in issues related to film creation and the dynamism of the sector.
In addition, the company PM S.A. engages on the Cine Banlieue project alongside the national agency for social cohesion and equal opportunities on its projects aimed at combating prejudices and encouraging respect for differences.
In 2017, he received the insignia of "Knights of the National Order of Merit" for his entire career.
- IMDb Mini Biography By: PM SA