Based in Brussels, AT-Prod is an independent production company created in 1994 by Arnauld de Battice. The company is known to develop numerous and very diversified projects. Besides television series and full-length films, AT-Prod is also active in the field of documentaries.
We favour mainstream works and societal themes, while demanding quality and a true author’s point of view. Over the years, our efforts have been recognized with numerous awards, including two Magritte for Best Documentary for LoveMEATender in 2012 and Burning Out in 2018.
We are experts in international co-production and work mainly with France, but also the Netherlands, Switzerland and Germany. Thanks to good relations with the sector participants (Belgian broadcaster, distributors, public authorities, Tax Shelter, national and regional funds) AT-Prod has the capacity to build up the financing plan of projects emanating from Belgian or foreign talents.
It also has for vocation to be an effective and successful Belgian interlocutor within the framework of international co-productions. With more than 25 years of experience, AT-Prod’s line-up now includes 10 feature films, 160 TV-movies, 35 TV series, 18 documentaries and about fifteen projects in development.
Arnauld de Battice
CEO & Producer
Graduated from the IAD (The Institute of the Arts and Broadcasting) and holder of a Solvay Business School MBA, Arnauld de Battice began his career as freelance director. Next, he turned to the field of television fiction, and worked as production manager and associated producer.
In 1994, he created Archi-Text, a script development company. At the same time, the Belgian TV channel RTL-TVI asked him to be associate producer for the series ” Affaire de Famille “. In 1996, he replaced one of the RTL-TVI managers as director of the programs. In 1999, after his work with RTL-TVI, Arnauld decides to become an independent producer and transforms Archi-Text into « AT-Prod », a TV and cinema production company.
Thanks to his knowledge and his wide experience in the field of production, Arnauld has become, in 2007, member of the UPFF, (Union des producteurs de Films Francophones) as well as the association Mediaclub. From 2001 till 2008, he participated in several Festivals juries. He’s also a member of the Commission de Séléction des Films, in Belgium. And was appointed vice-president of the Commission for Help to the Audiovisual Operators (CAOA) in 2012.
In addition to his work as producer, Arnauld is currently managing director of the Belgian Producer’s collecting society (Procibel and BAVP). He’s also lecturer at The MediaFaculty, at the MBA ESG Paris and at the HFF München, where he trains future producers.
Marianne Chénet is an artistic producer who, during her career, has driven various international fiction and documentary projects. She first worked for 13 years as artistic director of Documentary and Fiction at Marathon group. In 2003, she joined the production company Léonis (Fremantle group) where she developed low-budget fictions.
From 2007, she worked at Calt (Groupe Robin and co) where she produced a 80 x 26′ series for M6 and managed writing rooms open to junior authors.
Then she joined TF1 Production from 2013 to 2017 to develop adaptations of foreign fiction formats.
In 2018 she joined the Belgian company AT-Production as a producer.
During these various experiences, Marianne Chénet has acquired a know-how in literary and artistic direction on various formats and skills to balance the artistic and economic constraints of a program.
Administrative & Financial Manager
Trained at the University of Liège, Benoît Rensonnet is graduated in Arts and Sciences of Communication – Cultural Management. Today, he has more than 25 years of experience in the audiovisual sector, combining consulting, financial and administrative management and producer activities for various companies active in the audiovisual sector. Within AT-Prod, he’s in charge of Finance and Administration since 2013, managing the group financing, the treasury and the contractual and financial monitoring of productions.
Claire has more than 10 years of experience in the audiovisual sector and a solid technical background. Trained at INRACI in production and audiovisual technology, she first worked for RTL-TVI, within the audiovisual equipment management team. She arrived at AT-Prod in 2010, providing assistance and coordination of daily production, projects monitoring and day-to-day management of offices and teams.