Diana Elbaum


Diana Elbaum

Diana Elbaum has produced a wide range of award-winning films since becoming a producer in 1989, initially in advertising and then in motion pictures. Her films span all genres and cultures and have received critical acclaim on all continents. She is known for masterfully bringing together international talent and financing. Diana is deeply committed to growing Europe’s film industry and, to this effect, devotes time to EAVE training young film producers. In 2009 she received the Eurimages Award, Prize awarding producers playing an active role in European co-productions.

Diana founded her production company, Entre Chien et Loup, in 1989 and 10 years later, Sébastien Delloye, joined forces with her. Entre Chien et Loup has produced more than 60 films, including among others: The Congress, The Fifth Season, Vijay and I, Bethlehem, Mon pire cauchemar, Thomas in Love, The Rashevski Tango, La Raison du Plus Faible, Daratt, Irina Palm, La Marea, Les Barons, Rapt, Winds of Sand, Women of Rock, Quartier Lointain and A Screaming Man.

Diana Elbaum is also the co-owner of the company Liaison Cinématographique, a Paris based production company.

Her work and curiosity have taken her around the world several times, enabling her to enroll cutting-edge writers, directors and talent from all continents: Sam Garbarski, Nabil Ben Yadir, Mahamat-Saleh Haroun, Nathalie Borgers, Nic Balthazar, Ari Folman, Yuval Adler, Raoul Peck, Diego Martinez Vignatti, Miel Van Hoogenbemt, Peter Brosens and Jessica Woodworth.

She is a graduate of NYU. Her production company is headquartered in Brussels, where she lives with her two multicultural children.