Films à Cinq is internationally renowned for its films about science, cinema and art. From the Emmy nominated Four Wings and a prayer to the Cannes Film Festival premiere of Two in the Wave, our films are remarkable for both their cinematic style and indepth research.

Sally Blake

Producer / Director

Sally cut her filmmaking teeth in the bizarre world of professional wrestling, co-producing the Gemini-award winning documentary feature, HITMAN HART, wrestling with shadows (TVO, BBC, ARTE, A&E). From pink tights to evangelical pop stars, to machine guns to Leonardo Da Vinci's mules, Sally continues to look for important stories in unusual places. Her recent films include: Cat Ladies (TVO, Canal D), about loneliness and social acceptance, as experienced through four women and their cats; Peep Culture (CBC, Canal D, Gemini Award), a jarring tale of lives transformed into broadcast entertainment and The Emperor's Lost Harbour (CBC, ARTE), an architectural detective story following the emergence of 37 shipwrecks in the decidedly land locked centre of Istanbul.

Martin de la Fouchardière


Martin has been producing documentaries for the past eight years. Beginning as production manager for Four Wings and a Prayer (nominated for an Emmy), Two in the Wave (official selection at the Cannes Film Festival) and The Great Journey of Charles Darwin. He has produced numerous international co-productions, notably the feature length docu-drama Hitler's Museum sold in over 20 countries, Mister Wong, and The Emperor's Lost Harbour.  Martin has a masters degree in Applied Foreign Languages.

Rébecca Hagège

Production Assistant

The newest arrival to Films à Cinq, Rébecca is a graduate of Sciences Po Bordeaux where she studied audiovisual and cultural law. Fluent in Spanish and an enthusiastic 'téléphile', she joins the team as production assistant.

Bruno Sterpellone

Business Affairs

A key member of Films à Cinq from the beginning, Bruno brings over 15 years of sage business affairs experience in cinema and television to the team.