Jérôme Seydoux




In 2000, Pathé and Gaumont, run by Seydoux and brother Nicolas, launched Europe’s biggest exhibitor, Les Cinémas Gaumont Pathé, which was 66 percent owned and managed by Pathé until March 2017, when the remaining ownership was absorbed by Pathé for $400 million. Aside from its thriving exhibition business, the family-owned company has produced English-language pics including “The Queen” and “Slumdog Millionaire” and Pedro Almodovar’s “Pain & Glory,” which competed at Cannes. Pathé recently announced a partnership with French producer Philippe Rousselet to make ambitious English-language movies, kicking off with a remake of “La Famille Belier.” The company has pioneered the restoration and screening of classic titles via the Jérôme Seydoux Pathé Foundation, which is housed in a Renzo Piano-designed converted theater in Paris. 


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  • ENSEEIHT (École nationale supérieure d'électrotechnique, d'électronique, d'informatique, d'hydraulique et des telecommunications) (France)

Variety Honors

  • 2017 Variety500 Honoree
  • 2018 Variety500 Honoree
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Jerome Seydoux Pathé Foundation Restores Abel Gance's Monumental 'La Roue'

Jerome Seydoux Pathé Foundation Restores Abel Gance's Monumental 'La Roue'

In the wake of receiving Pathé's silent film library last year, the Jerome Seydoux Pathé Foundation, founded in 2014 and headed by Sophie Seydoux, is planning to restore Abel Gance's monumental "La Roue" (The Wheel) in its original six-hour version, as a pan-European endeavor.The Jerome Seydoux Pathé Foundation occupies the historic Gaumont Gobelins cinema building in Paris, that has been subjected to a spectacular renovation project by architect Renzo Piano.Film restorations undertaken to date include Francis Ford Coppola’s “Apocalypse Now...


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