Christian Valdelièvre

Christian Valdelièvre

Christian Valdelièvre has been involved in movie production since 1998. Previously, he was an investment banker at JPMorgan (1983-2001), as a Managing Director. He actively participated in the creation of the theater exhibition company Cinemex. He was the originator and co-producer of Sexo, pudor y lágrimas (Sex, shame and tears), directed by Antonio Serrano in 1999. This film became the largest ticket seller in the history of Mexican cinema. He is the founding partner and majority owner of Lulú Producciones and Titán Producciones.

In 2004, he produced Temporada de patos (Duck Season). Christian Valdelièvre also co-produced La zona (The Zone), directed by Rodrigo Plá, a film that won the Golden Lion prize for Best First Feature at the Venice Film Festival in 2007, and the FIPRESCI prize at the Toronto Film Festival.