Founded by Corine Meijers in 2019, Studio Biarritz is a brand-new production house that specializes in audiovisual projects that cross borders. Studio Biarritz develops its own projects, but we also love collaborating with filmmakers, artists and partners from all over the world to produce stories with a lot of heart that are relevant for our trying times.
We cross borders in 1) form, technology and subject matter, in 2) collaboration with filmmakers, artists & partners and 3) in audience reach, distributed on multiple platforms.
Projects in production / development: De Bastaard (TV documentary + Theatre Play), Symbiosis (a multi-user, multi-sensory VR Installation) by Polymorf, Good Neighbours (online doc. series), Artificio (online doc. series), DNA? AND? (Improv music performance in VR / co-creation), Gay Simulator (Interactive VR / Game, and more….
Corine Meijers, producer at Studio Biarritz, is an adventurous independent producer and a dedicated go-getter, who honed her producer skills at the acclaimed Dutch interactive production studio Submarine Channel. She produced numerous award-winning projects, such as the short VR fiction film Ashes to Ashes, the interactive documentaries Echoes of IS; Bistro In Vitro; POPPY Interactive – War and organised crime gone global; Trust in the blockchain society and the multiple award-winning The Industry – Mapping the Dutch drug Economy, which included a podcast and a VR companion piece.
Corine is currently producing several new projects with Submarine Channel, including the VR experience The Imaginary Friend by Steye Hallema.
As a creative producer, she is also involved as a (script) coach for several VR and immersive projects for the Flemish Audiovisual Fund and the Film Fund NL. She is a mentor at the Playgrounds NEXT talent development program.
Corine studied cinema, theatre and television science in the Netherlands and in Sweden. Before creating her own company Studio Biarritz, she worked for several years at Submarine Channel (Amsterdam), BOZAR Centre for Fine Arts (Brussels), a digital social & cultural innovation hub called iDrops (Ghent) and at many film festivals all over the world, including IFFR & NFF & HAFF (NL), TIFF (RO) and DTFF (QA).