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1991, 1st short cut, TROIS NUITS, based on Philippe Djian’s novel starring Gerard Darmon and Clovis Cornillac.

In 2018 Luc obtained the film rights to Philippe Djian’s highly-praised novel Zone Erogène known in the the U.S. as the author of the novel ELLE which was turned into a film  by Paul Verhoven in 2016 starring Isabelle Huper (Best Picture Golden Globes 2017 and Cesar 2017). 

Luc has been developing Zone Erogène into a feature film called L I L Y with the American producer Scott Einbinder (The Hitman’s Bodyguard starring Samuel L. Jackson and Ryan Reynolds).

2020, he joined Romain and Geoffroy In 1996, he signed an exclusive contract with MHP a Canadian production company. His initial work was frequently international commercial shoots. During this time he also finished writing his novel and its adaptation, TORTILLA,  a drama.

In returning to France, his commercial work continued and he began to write the comedy, SPAGHETTI AL DIAVOLO and the urban comedy NOLA CIRCUS. For the latter project, Luc directed the film’s teaser, THE AFRO.

In 2017 1st NETFLIX comedy, as director and producer, NOLA CIRCUS, shot in English in New-Orleans, Louisiana. Independent financing by a pool of NBA and soccer athletes. Theatrical released both France and USA and worldwide digital released.

https://vimeo.com/433927635

1st short as producer, EASY LIFE shot in Hawaii, a short drama by the NBA player Boris Diaw starring Cedric the Entertainer.

https://vimeo.com/214597904

Guilbert as Producer/Director at Prodigious/Publicis conseils.

2021 LES MARIOLES, comedy scheduled to be shot in Marseille next summer, produced by the French producer Djamel Bensalah (Le raid, Neuilly sa mère, Beur sur la ville) and Fabrice Denizot (Mystère, starring Tchéky Karyo, Vincent Elbaz & Marie Gillain)

In parallel, his career as author keeps going on with the writing of Thrillers THE CHAPEL, HIS SECOND Netflix feature, produced by the French producer Xavier Plèche (Radiostars, Kill BenLyk).

https://vimeo.com/429789648

And LASS, a biopic based on the life of the international French soccer player Lassana Diarra, produced by Camille Trumer (3 jours et une vie starring Sandrine Bonnaire & Charles Berling).