Wrong Men was founded in 2009, in Athens by Alexandra Boussiou and Benoit Roland, both film producers. It is a company dedicated to the development and production of arthouse feature films, short films and political documentaries. In 2012, they launched a new company in Brussels. With a continuous presence in international festivals and markets and with a strong network in European film markets for the past decade, Alexandra Boussiou and Benoît Roland are focusing mailnly in International co productions with a global appeal.

with the support of the Creative Europe Programme - MEDIA of the European Union






Benoit Roland


Benoît Roland has been working in the film industry for more than 10 years. He founded Wrong Men in 2012 aiming to foster a whole new generation of exceptionally talented Belgian directors and writers, while at the same time developing his already strong international film production network. With his consistent work and financing expertise Benoît has produced and coproduced numerous, multi-awarded wining feature films, documentaries and shorts and has brought the company into becoming a significant player in the European market, both artistically and market-wise. 

Benoît is also the founder and director of Atelier 210, a sharp and popular theater & concerts hall, in Brussels. 



Alexandra Boussiou

Head of development

Alexandra has studied Transmedia for Arts, Film and Design in Sint Lukas University in Brussels and Opera. She has been actively working in film production since 2006. Since 2015 she is focusing on new acquisitions and the development of the projects of the company, while handling the Athens branch. She is a member of the European Film Academy and a twice-awarded member of the Greek Film Academy.



Guillaume Schuermans

Production coordinator

Guillaume has been production coordinator at Wrong Men since 2013. He monitors the pre-production, shooting and post-production of many projects since the company's creation. He's like the Swiss Army knife of this company. He likes spare ribs, climbing and boardgaming, but above all his dog, Bamboo, that he brings with him at the office. Also, he never wears black, it doesn't suit him.