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After working at Flach Pyramide and Pan Européenne, where she was in charge of international co-productions, Emilie Georges founded Memento Films Distribution and Production with Alexandre Mallet-Guy, in 2003.

Launched at the 2005 Cannes Festival with "Kilometer Zero", by Hiner Saleem, which was presented in Competition, Memento Films International, of which she is managing director, has led her to accompany and defend arthouse films by internationally respected directors: "The Class" by Laurent Cantet (Golden Palm, Cannes 2008); "Wonderful Town" by Aditya Assarat (Tiger Awards, Rotterdam 2008; New Current Awards, Pusan 2007); "Still Life" by Jia Zhang-ke (Golden Lion, Venice 2006); "Boarding Gate" (Official Selection, Cannes 2007); "El Violin" by Francisco Vargas (Best Actor, Un Certain Regard, Cannes 2006).

Emilie Georges has been co-president of ADEF, the association of French sales agents, since 2009, and has been an elected member of the Board of Directors and Executive Committee of Unifrance since 2008. She also produces through her own production company, La Cinéfacture.

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The Tokyo Culture Creation Project is a project that the Tokyo Metropolitan Government and the Tokyo Metropolitan Foundation for History and Culture have been executing in collaboration with various arts-related organizations. The Project's objectives are to create and promote arts and culture that are unique to Tokyo, to develop children's rich sensibilities through arts and culture, and to create various local cultural focal points in Tokyo. The Project's activities include organization of various art events; facilitation of collaborative art programs between residents of Tokyo and artists; and operation of programs to provide children with the opportunity to experience arts and culture.