CAPA Drama
Claude Chelli
Margaux Balsan

CAPA Drama, the fiction subsidiary of the CAPA Group, was established in September 1993 with the ambition to break away from the stereotypical model of television fiction. 

More than twenty years later, it has successfully carved out its own tone, style, and identity in France by exploring various genres of narrative storytelling. This is evident in its series of political films such as Sac, Des hommes dans l’ombre (Men in the Shadows), and L’école du pouvoir (The School of Power), as well as in its contemporary dark crime dramas like Police District and Braquo (winner of the International Emmy Award for Best Series in 2012). 

CAPA Drama also aims to conquer the international market, following the production of three seasons of the series Versailles for CANAL+, its first international co-production. 

The goal of CAPA Drama is to continue its presence on both traditional television channels and new streaming platforms. Some of its notable works include Après moi le bonheur (After Me, Happiness – TF1), Souviens-toi (Remember – M6), Ben (France 2), Thanksgiving (Arte), Nu (OCS), Osmosis (Netflix), and Marie-Antoinette (Canal+). 

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