Tribus P. Films

Tribus P. Films is an international film & TV show production company based in Paris and Bangkok, founded by producer Paul-Dominique Vacharasinthu in 2011. In less than ten years, Tribus P. Films has built a rich and eclectic lineup of films, slowly making a name for itself as an important and renowned mover in international film production.

Driven by a will to develop new points of view and to share powerful, moving, and deeply human works, Tribus P. Films accompanies up-and-coming directors and their visions as they come to feature films. Tribus P. Films produced American actor John Turturro’s THE JESUS ROLLS (2018), Romain Gavras’s THE WORLD IS YOURS (2018), Antoine de Bary’s MY DAYS OF GLORY (2019) and Mounia Meddour’s PAPICHA (2019), which won many international awards, including the César Awards for Best First Feature Film and Most Promising Actress.

In 2021, Tribus P. Films persevered in its approach of combining emotional depth, humanity, and entertainment, through a diverse collection of works, for example Brazilian director Alexandre Carvalho’s LA SALAMANDRE and Marc Dugain’s EUGÉNIE GRANDET. Tribus P. Films has also been producing ANNETTE, filmmaker Leos Carax’s much-anticipated sixth feature film, starring Adam Driver and Marion Cotillard, with a soundtrack by Sparks. ANNETTE, which world premiered on opening night at the Cannes Film Festival 2021, has been awarded for Best Director & Best Soundtrack, and garnered five awards at the 47th César Awards, including Best Director & Original Score.

Moving forward on exciting TV shows and documentaries, Tribus P. Films is taking a new turn in its development with THE CORSICANS, its ambitious TV series project tackling the myth of Napoleon with the same quality, image and depth as for its feature films.

Paul-Dominique "Win" Vacharasinthu

Paul-Dominique Win Vacharasinthu is a French-Thai film producer.

At age 24, he left his native island of Corsica to go to Thailand, where he started his career as an entrepreneur, namely in renewable energy. Paul-Dominique founded Tribus P. Films in 2011, because he really felt that new exciting ways of producing films in France and internationally were worth exploring. Paul-Dominique is driven by high artistic standards and an insatiable will for the works he produces to strike a chord with their audience. He is also the founder of Umoon Productions, one of the most important film production companies in Thailand.