Founded in 2014 in New York with Julie Begey et Alexandra Torterotot, the company "Dreamcatcher Films" aims to produce fiction and documentaries in a variety of different genres. However, passionate by humanitarian and social issues, as well as the defense of ethnic minorities ans women's rights across the world, our team wishes to engage in strong projects that question our perception of today's world, and contribute to more tolerance.
Paris born now New-York based, Julie started her career
as an independent producer in Paris where she worked on documentaries as a Junior Producer for Studio K before becoming an Assistant Production Manager at the Walt Disney Company where she supervised the production of local shows for the four Disney channels. She moved to New York in 2011 to pursue an MFA in Creative Producing at Columbia University and produced a number of short films. After working as an Assistant Producer for HBO Documentary, Julie is now developing and producing independent films through her company, Dreamcatcher Films.
Alexandra was born and raised in Paris. Then she attended
the New York Film Academy and School of Visual Arts (B.F.A Directing). Alexandra worked as an intern on several films (movies starring Al Pacino, Michael Douglas, and 25th Hour & She Hate Me by Spike Lee) and then as a production assistant and production coordinator (Spike Lee’s Inside Man). Quickly she decided to try script supervising. She started as an intern to Sylvette Baudrot (Roman Polanski, Alain Resnais, etc.) on Julian Schnabel’s The Diving Bell and the Butterfly. She then worked on Axelle Ropert’s La Famille Wolberg (selected at the Quinzaine des Réalisateurs in Cannes 2009). In the US,
she worked, among others movies, on The Men who Built America ; on Wes Anderson's The Grand Budapest Hotel,
and on Abel Ferrara's Welcome to New York.