Pascal Breton
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France
2018

Federation Entertainment

Pascal
Breton

Founder / CEO

Federation, the relatively new firm behind Netflix’s first French show, “Marseille,” and the Canal Plus spy show “The Bureau,” has recently stepped into the U.S. market, with nearly a dozen English-language projects in the pipeline, including projects with Paramount TV and other American companies. The majority of its titles are niche, local shows with the potential to lure in international audiences, such as Dutch series “Undercover,” Israeli thriller “Hostages” and German financial thriller “Bad Banks.” Its current slate includes “Ibiza,” a thriller created by Ryan Engle (Dwayne Johnson’s “Rampage”) and Jaume Collet Serra, and a U.S. remake of spy thriller “The Bureau.” Breton founded production shingle Marathon and produced many famous French shows.

Career

  • Zodiak Media Group (DEFUNCT)
  • Marathon Media Group (DEFUNCT)
  • Federation Entertainment

Variety Honors

  • 2017 Variety500 Honoree
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‘Marseille’s’ Pascal Breton on ‘Bordertown,’ Nordic Noir, Big Euro Co-pros and Crucial Change in Intl. TV (EXCLUSIVE)

‘Marseille’s’ Pascal Breton on ‘Bordertown,’ Nordic Noir, Big Euro Co-pros and Crucial Change in Intl. TV (EXCLUSIVE)

If you don’t know who Pascal Breton is, you’re probably not in the international TV business. Founding Marathon in 1990, Breton produced some of the epoch-making French skeins of the period, such as “St. Tropez” and “Babar,” before Marathon was bought by De Agostini, then folded into Zodiak. Marathon dramas, then those at Zodiak, were very often among France’s most international and groundbreaking series. In 2013, Breton ankled to launch Federation Entertainment, first news of which was its production of Gerard...

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