Make. Believe.

A seasoned creative storyteller, François Audouy has transformed his passion for movies, world-building, and production design into a multi-decade career as one of the most sought-after designers in the world of narrative entertainment.

Audouy has garnered attention from marquee filmmakers, resulting in remarkable collaborations, including the critically acclaimed “AIR” alongside Ben Affleck.

Prior credits include the epic sports drama “Ford vs. Ferrari,” nominated for Best Picture and earning an Art Directors Guild (ADG) nomination for Excellence in Period Production Design. Audouy’s work with James Mangold extended to “The Wolverine” and also ”Logan,” earning him a Best Production Design in Contemporary Film Award from the ADG.

He recently re-teamed with Mangold on the biopic “A Complete Unknown,” featuring Timothy Chalamet as a young Bob Dylan.

Among Audouy’s current endeavors is the prodigious task of designing “The Residence,” an eight-part limited series created by Paul William Davies for Netflix and Shondaland. The series—a screwball whodunnit set in the upstairs, downstairs, and backstairs of the White House—will showcase the skills and artistry of Audouy and his team, with production currently underway in Hollywood.

Additional design credits include Jason Reitman’s “Ghostbusters: Afterlife” for which he was nominated for an ADG Award, the period fantasy films “Dracula Untold,” and “Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter.”

Audouy’s talents extend to music videos, where he crafted captivating set designs for popular artists like Billie Eilish and Harry Styles, earning ADG Excellence in Production Design Awards for each. Other notable music videos include works for ColdplayP!nkCamila Cabello, and Dua Lipa.

During his formative years in the film industry, François Audouy made his mark as an Art Director, Graphic Designer, and Concept Illustrator; lending his creativity to iconic movies like “Men in Black,” “Minority Report,” “Zodiac,” “Watchmen,” “Transformers,” “Charlie & the Chocolate Factory,” “Spider-Man,” “Avatar,” and “Jurassic World.”

François Audouy’s talent and vision have earned him a reputation as an indispensable force in the realm of production design, leaving an indelible mark on the film and music industries.

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