Since 1995, Thierry Klemeniuk has been working with Chris Hanley (Muse Productions - Los Angeles) and Fernando Sulichin (Black List Movies and Rule 8) on the development of numerous film projects.

Amongst the acclaimed films, Thierry produced "Bully" directed by Larry Clark in 2001 and "Spun", the first film by Jonas Akerlund, the wonder boy of the Madonna video clips.

In 2004 Thierry and his associates produced "Mary" directed by Abel Ferrara, starring Juliette Binoche, Forest Whitaker and Marion Cotillard. And in 2005, they won the Golden Lion in Venice fo their production of this film. 

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In 2004, his passion for the cinema lead Thierry to create a concept called "My Greatest Moment in Cinema."

Each interview - 1min40 - was based on a very simple principle: a celebrity sharing his greatest moment in cinema as a spectator. The star described the scene of the film  and why this scene - in a very personal way- was, for him or her, "the greatest moment of cinema."

For 2005 and 2006, this program was broadcast during prime time on French network France 2, and was a big success.

Through the international network of Thierry, the cast was impressive and included:
Leonardo DiCaprio, Emir Kusturica, Colin Farrell, Mick Jagger, Bono, Morgan Freeman, Penelope Cruz, Dominique Farrugia, Marie-Josée Croze, Salma Hayek, Dennis Quaid, Forest Whitaker, Gus Van Sant, Sean Penn, Lambert Wilson, Benicio Del Toro, Billy Zane, Britany Murphy, Poelvoorde, Bruno Solo, Dennis Hopper, David Cronenberg, Zylberstein, George Lucas, Glenn Close, Jessica Alba, Mark Walberg, Michael Caine, Michel Gondry, Naomi Watts, Natalie Portman, Samuel L. Jackson, and many more. 

More than 120 celebrities have played the game and told their "Plus Grand Moment de Cinéma."


Mick Jagger

Elizabeth Hurley

Leonardo DiCaprio

Theatre production

In 2005, Thierry Klemeniuk embarked on a new challenge. He produced the theater adaptation of "Look at Me", the bestseller by Catherine Diamant and Sandrine Martin. The play was staged at Theatre Le Mery in Paris under the direction of stand-up comedian and Canal Plus star Chantal Lauby.


One of Thierry's first jobs was as a band programmer in the famous concert hall Baltar. This work allowed him to meet young talent from around the world and take on the role of their manager. It was via this work that he was able to launch bands such as cult favorites Rita Mitsouko, Bronski Beat, and Banarama.

With his experience, Thierry adapted his knowledge to the dance floor and highlighted the French DJ scene with young Bob Sinclar and David Guetta at the time, who have grow to be major stars in the industry today.

Thierry also produced the popular compilation "Man Ray," recognized as a reference to lounge music today.

Man Ray - Premier Album
Man Ray - Deuxième Album
Man Ray - Troisième Album

Man Ray - Premier Album

Man Ray - Deuxième Album

Man Ray - Troisième Album

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