In an effort to uncover some new talent, we recently came across an episode of “L’air Du Temps” about ecological initiatives in California, broadcast on the Voyage TV channel.
The French TV Program was masterfully produced by Anne Pruvost, an award-winning film, music video and commercial producer who is widely known for her work in both France and the United States. A celebrated filmmaker, Pruvost is recognized for her production of major commercials for the likes of Dior, Mercurochrome, Nissan, Lancôme, and Decathlon on behalf of world-renowned agencies and companies such as Publicis, Sidlee, Mazarine, Gad Saatchi & Saatchi, HAVAS, Fred & Farid Paris, Ogilvy Paris, Leo Burnett, and Prodigious.
With an impressive line of credits to her name, Anne Pruvost is known for her strong working relationships with major studios, production companies, executives and producers from around the world. As a reflection of her prominence in her field, Anne Pruvost’s work has garnered a number of awards, including CLIO Awards, Epica Awards, LIA Awards, and a One Show Gold Pencil.
It is no wonder that Pruvost is capable of producing such acclaimed spots given that she began her career as a Producer at Publicis Group, one of the world’s most well-known production houses. Outside of her work in marketing and advertising, Pruvost has also produced a number of noteworthy films and documentaries, including a documentary in promotion of the 60th anniversary of the Cannes Film Festival, and over a dozen short documentaries that aired on the major French TV network TV5Monde. Earlier in her career, she produced a number of acclaimed live TV shows broadcast on major European channels such as Canal+. More recently, she also contributed to the production of the indie feature film “The Hacker’s Game.”
Known for her determination and ambition, Anne Provost is founded the LA-based production company Open House Films, which has become a trusted production partner for brands and directors around the world. One of her favorite projects was a film she produced for the King of Morocco, “Mohammed VI.” For this project, Pruvost brought together a stellar crew and spent two weeks shooting between Marrakech and the Atlas mountain range in the northern Sahara. The film celebrated the reopening of the legendary Hotel La Mamounia in Marrakech, telling the story of one day in the life of a Moroccan, which drew parallels between the energized city life and the slower desert rituals.
With a rare convergence of talent, Anne Pruvost has a demonstrated capacity to bring together top-notch actors and crews in order to produce captivating films and epic videos. Currently, she is working on producing a documentary, indie feature films, as well as several digital commercial campaigns.