Geoffroy Grison graduated with a Master’s degree in Classical Literature and worked at Arte as script advisor before moving into producing and screenwriting. He has produced a dozen international art-house features, among them Ave, the debut film of Bulgarian director Konstantin Bojanov, which was selected for the Semaine de la Critique at the Festival de Cannes in 2011; and the Israeli drama Tehilim, directed by Raphael Nadjari, which was in competition in Cannes in 2007. As a screenwriter, Grison co-wrote A Strange Course of Events, directed by Raphael Nadjari, a selection of the Director’s Fortnight at Cannes in 2013; and The Dam, the debut film of Lebanese visual artist Ali Cherri, which is currently in post-production. Grison has acted as a consultant for development labs such as LIM, Locarno Open Doors, the Holland Films Meetings, Midpoint, Next Step, Les Arcs Talent Village and FemArt in Bucharest. Between 2016 and 2018, he served as Co-President of the collective Collective 5050 (formerly Le Deuxième Regard), which promotes diversity and gender equality in the film industry.