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    Saïd Ben Saïd

    By Sana Ajmi | Dec 13 2011 Share on Linkedin Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google Share on pinterest Print

    Tags: "The Femis , André Téchiné , Carnage , Carthage Présidence High School , Cédric Anger ,

    Saïd Ben Saïd

    Born to Tunisian parents on July 11, 1966 in Tunis, Saïd Ben Saïd is a French-Tunisian movie producer and CEO of SBS production company.

    After finishing his secondary education at Carthage Présidence High School, he moved to France in 1984 where he studied engineering.

    Following his rejection from the Femis, a film school in Paris, Ben Saïd enrolled at ESCP, where he completed in Masters degree in Media, and secured what would later prove to be valuable contacts with professionals from the media and cinema industries.

    He then worked as an engineer for four years before joining the French television network M6, as Assistant Acquisitions Manager. After a year in the group, he was recruited as Producer at UGC, specialized in cinema production and distribution.
    The father of two children finally opened his own production company in 2010, SBS Production, and has produced many well-known films, of which Roman Polanski’s Carnage, Chicas by Yasmina Reza, Lucky Luke by James Ruth, The Great Alibi by Pascal Bonitzer, and Le Tueur by Cédric Anger. He has also worked with Tunisian screen writer Mehdi Ben Attia, on the movie Unforgivable by André Téchiné.
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