Established in 2005, Caviar is an entertainment company with over 120 employees in Los Angeles, Brussels, London and Paris. Caviar's global network of producers, writers, and directors continues to grow annually alongside the creative scope of our work.
In 2014, Caviar shot its first English language film, Marielle Heller’s The Diary of a Teenage Girl, which sold at the 2015 Sundance Film Festival and won the Grand Prix at the Berlin Film Festival as well as the Best International Feature Award at Edinburgh International Film Festival. Caviar's second English language feature, The Force, was shot in 2015 with director Rafael Palacio Illingworth and is currently in postproduction.
Caviar Belgium released three features in 2015. One of them, Black, directed by Adil El Abri and Bilall Fallah, won the Dropbox Discovery award at the Toronto International Film Festival. Caviar also co-produced Le Tout Nouveau Testament by Jaco Van Dormael, which was selected for the Quinzaine des Réalisateurs in Cannes.
Branded content and music videos also continue to be a creative outlet for Caviar's directors. Young talents like Arnaud Uyttenhove, Karim Huu Do, Hugo Stenson, Henry Scholfield, Ben Strebel, Runar Ingi and Dent De Cuir have contributed striking visuals to a roster that’s dominated the comedy market for several years. In 2015, Caviar proudly brought home 15 Cannes Lions.
Caviar Digital continues to expand as well, staying on the cutting edge of the ever-evolving field of branded content.
In a business where creativity is capital, our strength remains fluidity and open-mindedness, and Caviar's love for all audiences, be they in the US or abroad, in front of the big screen or on their phones, for ninety minutes or 15 seconds of entertainment.