Laurent Buffi

Laurent Buffi

Buffalo Entertainment

Producer in Paris, France

About Laurent

✔ 10+ undergraduate university teaching specialized in feature film production strategies
✔ High knowledge of the complex and always evolving French film and television public and private aid system
✔ Ability to bring focus and direction to feature film and television (serial, mini-series) projects, and to initiate creative problem-solving to bring projects to fruition efficiently
✔ Effectively implementing new brand strategic initiatives to successfully launch US/France co-productions


Name: Laurent Buffi

Lives in: Paris, France

Company: Buffalo Entertainment

Occupation: Producer

Credits

  • Déjà Vu

    Déjà Vu (2012)
    Film by Alex Gambis (director) (Drama and Short) Producer (Paris) Alexis, a young neuroscientist, reluctantly goes back to Paris to see his ailing father struck with a heart attack The unresolved issues between a father and son take a turn when Alexis sees his father in the hospital. A father films his son growing up and now a son, 20 years later, turns the camera on his father, as both a need for revenge and a necessity to record memory. Home videos, science, and memory come together in this heartfelt story that sits at the interface between documentary and fiction. >>> Watch it on vimeo.com/55248823

  • Red Ribbon

    Red Ribbon (2000)
    Film by Elisabeth Löchen (director) (Drama and Short) UPM (Production Manager) In 1943, the German War Ministry gave a First Class Medal with a Red Ribbon to their most "active" breeding officers, which they hired through a letter in Berlin. Hans, followed by his pregnant wife, visits one of his dedicated targets who turns out to be only thirteen years old… This story is based on the real hiring letter which was found on a German Prisoner of War in 1944.

  • Alien: Resurrection

    Alien: Resurrection (1996 - 1997)
    Film by Jean-Pierre Jeunet / 20th Century Fox (Action, Horror and Sci-Fi) Assistant to director (JP Jeunet) Ellen Ripley sacrificed herself to destroy the Company's desires to use the alien queen as a biological weapon. 200 years and seven horrible experiments later, she is resurrected on the USM Auriga using blood samples from Fiorina 161, for the purpose of extracting the alien queen inside her. However, Ripley's DNA gets mixed up with the Queen's DNA and she begins to develop enhanced strength and reflexes. After a band of smugglers, hired by the government, bring the crew of a hijacked transport to the Auriga, all hell breaks loose when the aliens breed from the hijacked crew escape. When the Auriga is set on automatic pilot back to Earth, it's up to Ripley and the smugglers to stop the Auriga and escape with their lives. And when the Queen's secret was revealed, it exposed a bizarre DNA mix-up that left both Ripley and the queen's genetics intertwined; giving light to an alien that could spell doom for Earth. Written by Kerwin Tsang <kertsang@yahoomail.com>

  • J'aime pas qu'on m'aime

    J'aime pas qu'on m'aime (1993)
    TV Movie by Stéphane Kurc (director) / France 2 Cinéma (Comedy and Drama) 2nd 2nd Assistant Director Add a Plot »

Education

  • UCLA
    (1994-1996)

  • Sorbonne
    (1986-1992)

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