Created in 2011 by Bėrengère Bebe Barrier BiosKope Productions aims to be a bridge between two expertises and two cinemas.

BiosKope Productions acts as a (co-)producer, and a films sales facilitator in France and in Europe, and will soon initiates distribution of Indian films in France.

In association with True Cinema (India), BiosKope Productions provides and assists with service productions for international shoots anywhere in Europe and in India.

BiosKope Productions is the administrator of Extravagant India! International Indian film Festival Paris.

After studying theater for 5 years and a Master in cultural management, Bėrengère Bebe Barrier coordinates the foreign companies management at the Avignon Theatre Festival (France, 98) before leaving for South Korea where she is project manager for the Cultural French Center and the audiovisual service of the French Embassy in Seoul (99): she is part of the creation of the first Seoul French Film Festival and coordinates the participation of French delegation to the Pusan International Film Festival, amongst other responsibilities.

Back in France, she assists Director Simon Brook before joining Daniel Toscan du Plantier's team at Euripide Productions/Euripide Distribution (2001-2003) as production assistant (Tosca, Benoit Jacquot; La-Haut, Pierre Schoendoerffer) and programming assistant.

Early 2003, she joins Unifrance (association of French film industry professionals dedicated to the promotion of French cinema throughout the world) as executive assistant and publications supervisor.

In 2006, she leaves Unifrance to work as production coordinator on Volker Schlöndorff's Ulzhan (Cannes Film Festival 2007).

Since 2007, she is production coordinator for Love Streams Agnès B. Productions (My Name Is Hmmm., Agnès B. (2012); Walk Away Renee, Jonathan Caouette (Critics' Week, Cannes 2011); Kids of Today, Jérôme De Missolz (Directors' Fortnight, Cannes 2011); My Little Princess, Eva Ionesco (Critics' Week, Cannes 2011); Rare Exports, Jalmari Helander (Locarno Film Festival 2011); Irregular Seasoning, Adrien Beau (2011); Dharma Guns, F.-J. Ossang (2010); Everything Will Be Fine, Christoffer Boe (Directors' Fortnight, Cannes 2010).

In 2011, she founds BiosKope Productions to develop her own projects.

Bérengère Barrier also worked as continuity girl (Toscan by Pierre-Henry Salfaty, Arte/Zeta Production ; Louis Malle, A French Film Maker, by Pierre Philippe & Pierre-André Boutang; Léaud, The One and Only by Serge Le Péron (Canal Plus/Euripide); and translator (Rare Exports by Jalmari Helander, Variety Award - Locarno Film Festival 2010 (Cinet Oy, Love Streams Productions); Kabuliwala by Jean-Claude Carrière & Atiq Rahimi (Axel Cinema, C'est au 3); Jhoole Lal (Noor) by Cagla Zencirci & Guillaume Giovanetti (Axel Cinema, C'est au 3); JFK, Autopsy of A Crime, by William Reymond & Bernard Nicolas (Canal Plus); The Cop, The Ratter and the Necrophile by Melvin Van Peebles (Euripide Productions).



After studying philosophy, Tatjana Martic begins her professional career as artistic consultant for Atiq Rahimi's adaptation of Dosto?evski's "Crimes and Punishment". In 2006, she's appointed production manager at Axel Cinema where she develops feature films, amongst which Cagla Zencirci & Guillaume Giovanetti's "Noor".

On behalf of the Federation of French Movie Theater, she coordinates the production of corporate films for theatrical release (2006-2009): La Rentr?e du Cin?ma, La F?te du Cin?ma, Le Printemps du Cin?ma. Since 2010, Tatjana Martic is production coordinator and producer for C'est au Trois/C'est au Quatre Productions, while developing her own projects under BiosKope Productions.



India enthusiast, Maïa Dabaji is graduated in Cultural Publishing and Journalism (University Sorbonne Nouvelle) and in Drama Arts and Technics (Ecole Claude mathieu). She joins audiovisual production with PAF Production, working on "L'hebdo cinéma" for Canal +. In addition to her production activities, Maïa Dabaji is a also a translator.

In 2013, she joins BiosKope Productions as an Acquisition Manager. Maïa Dabaji is also programmer for Extravagant India! - International Indian Film Festival - Paris.



Pawan Manchanda is CEO BiosKope Production Paris, France/ India a film Production company for film Ventures to target Global Cinema, Art & Culture, looking forward for Joint ventures, co productions, Strategic Alliance & partnerships , assisting film makers for Festival services all over the world.

Pawan Manchanda is on Board and Media consultant to Extravagant India – an Indian Film festival in Paris –a Mind-blowing that spirits up the magic of past to introduce the magicians of present created in 2013 to mark the centenary of Indian Cinema.


In past, Mr. Manchanda also served as a director in Hash Group of Companies, comprises of diversified business as information technology, biotechnology, Research labs nano- biotechnology, film Business and Builders & Developers.


Mr. Pawan Manchanda, Principal Adviser (South Asia) to the IIMSAM / United Nations, Secretary General and Facilitator to the spread the mandate of IIMSAM in South Asia, using the appeal of media in general, and Film industry in particular.


Pawan Manchanda is the Founder Chairman of an NGO, GLOBAL VILLAGE GROUP INDIA launched in January 2011, to implement programs for the poor people, Poverty & hunger eradication, building hospitals to ensure medication for all, Right to employment, Right to education for all.


Pawan Manchanda is also working on the implementation of a universal pledge program: EACH 1 DONATE 1. Far beyond the 'My People, My Community, My country' concept, it aims at the world as a one family, to ensure everyone on the planet to have a right to food, right to education, employment, and medication.