Vincent Maraval

Wild Bunch Distribution


Co-Founder / Chief Content Officer

Hardworking and hard-partying, Maraval has been celebrated for taking risks on creatively ambitious work that often pays off in terms of awards. Wild Bunch won this year’s Palme d’Or for “Shoplifters,” an honorary Palme d’Or for Jean-Luc Godard’s “The Image Book” and prizes for “Capernaum” and “Climax.” Since becoming independent from Studiocanal in 2002, Wild Bunch has backed movies such as “Fahrenheit 9/11,” “Pan’s Labyrinth,” “Blue Is the Warmest Color” and films from auteurs such as Ken Loach and Hayao Miyazaki. While it had run into problems with its creditors, the company recently sealed a $129.5 million restructuring plan with Sapinda — including an injection of equity capital — which is owned by Wild Bunch’s biggest German shareholder, Lars Windhorst.


  • Studiocanal
  • Wild Bunch Distribution
  • TF1 Group


  • ESC Bordeaux (France)

Variety Honors

  • 2017 Variety500 Honoree
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Wild Bunch Boss Vincent Maraval Causes Stir With Tweets Aimed at AIDS Drama 'BPM'

Wild Bunch Boss Vincent Maraval Causes Stir With Tweets Aimed at AIDS Drama 'BPM'

Wild Bunch boss and co-founder Vincent Maraval has sparked a backlash after firing off tweets perceived as homophobic upon learning that Robin Campillo's AIDS drama "BPM ( Beats per Minute)" was chosen to represent France in the foreign-language Oscar category. Maraval had backed Michel Hazanavicius's "Redoutable," which had been shortlisted by France's Oscar committee and is being sold by Wild Bunch.A prominent but divisive figure in the French industry, Maraval has cultivated a reputation for brashness for more than a...


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