Founded in 1999 by Ron Dyens, Sacrebleu Productions embarked on the adventure of animated feature films with Long Way North. The film received the Audience Award at Annecy Film Festival and was released in 2016. It attracted nearly 600 000 spectators in France and was sold in over 20 countries worldwide.

In early 2020, Anca Damian’s animated feature Marona’s Fantastic Tale (distributed by Cinéma Public Films) was released in theaters following numerous festival selections (Annecy, European Film Awards…), awards (BIAF, Reanimania…) and critical acclaim. It has been sold by Charades in over 15 countries. The film won the André Martin prize at Annecy and was included in the CNC’s École et Cinéma program.

Michaela Pavlátová’s feature film My Sunny Maad, released in 2022, won the Jury Prize at Annecy and was selected in numerous festivals, including the Golden Globes. In 2023, the film added another award to its list, winning the César for Best Animated Film. Diaphana distributed the film in France, while Totem Films handled international sales.

Sacrebleu has also produced over 90 short films, collecting more than 2000 festivals selections in France and internationnaly, including Cannes, Venice, Berlin, Sundance, Clermont-Ferrand, as well as Stuttgart, Brest, Hiroshima… The films were recipients of prestigious awards: Barking Island (Palme d’Or 2010), Sunday Lunch and And then the Bear (respectively awarded the César for Best Animated Short Film in 2015 and 2021) as well as Madagascar, a journey diary (nominated for the Oscar for Best Animated Short Film in 2011) and Tram (Cristal for Best Short Film 2012).

December 13, 2023 sees the release of Sacrebleu’s latest feature: Sirocco and the kingdom of the winds by Benoît Chieux. It was distributed in France by Haut et Court and internationally by Kinology.

Numerous feature films, series, TV specials, shorts and virtual reality projects are currently in development.