Pascal Judelewicz is President Producer at Acajou Films.
In 1994 he produced "Mina Tannenbaum" by Martine Dugowson and "La partie d'échec" by Yves Hanchar.
He subsequently produced the first film by Manuel Pradal "Marie Baie des Anges" in 1996 and his second film Ginostra in 2001.
In 1997 he co-produces "Place Vendôme" by Nicole Garcia, then, in 1999, "Mon père, ma mère, mes frères et mes sœurs" by Charlotte Turkheim and "Le battement d’ailes des papillons" by Laurent Firode in 2000. Every Body Famous by Dominique Deruderre is nominated for an Oscar in 2001 for Best Foreign Film.
Pascal Judelewicz also produce the second film by Xhuvani "Dear Enemy", European Best Screenplay at Sundance festival. In 2005 he produced "Les Oiseaux du Ciel" by Eliane de Latour, then "C’est Gradiva qui vous appelle" by Alain Robbe-Grillet.
In 2009 he produced "Unter Bauern" by Ludi Boeken and "The Vintner's Luck" with his company Acajou Films. In 2012 he produced the film "Jappeloup", written and performed by Guillaume Canet, directed by Christian Duguay. The film is released in France on March, 13th 2013. The film is one of the five biggest french hit of the year with almost 2 million spectators.
In 2014, Judelewicz produced "On the road with Sócrates", a documentary about Brazilian World Cup directed by Niko Apel and Ludi Boeken, with Daniel Cohn-Bendit.