Jean Luc Herbulot
is a film director and screenwriter. Herbulot started drawing and writing stories at an early age. His activities included writing, drawing, composing music, working on video games and graphic design. In 2004 while studying editing in part of his multimedia studies in Paris, he directed a first short-movie called Vierge(s) for which he also did the scriptwriting, story board, lighting, editing and DVD release. Despite the amateur quality and the fact that it was his first step in movie making, this project was quite successful in Festival and on Internet. He graduated as a multimedia project manager and started to work for TF1 as a graphic designer and AD. Meanwhile, he created his own production company, which made music videos exclusively for independent artists, in order to maintain high creative standards for low budget productions. This dedication for creative contents will lead him to win one the first award for a Hip hop music video in the prestigious IMVF in Paris for his music video Blokkk Identitaire, a song by Medine and Youssoupha. In 2009 he co-produced and directed Concurrence Loyale (Loyal Competition). The cast included famous French actors such as Thierry Fremont, Sagamore Stévenin. The film was bought by Canal Plus, Orange and distributed in Italy, Spain, Russia, North Africa. In 2010, Loyal competition made a significant move in Hollywood, since Steven Spielberg, Brad Pitt, James Gray and Luc Besson noticed the quality of the movie.