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Nobo Productions was founded in 2009 by Executive Producers Aurelien Leturgie and Emilie Dumay, with a focus on capturing incredible stories across the world. From feature docs and docuseries to formatted shows and beyond, Nobo earned its name for creating captivating premium content that knows no borders and no boundaries. Our team is renowned for its international perspective, connections, and expertise—having assembled a core team that speaks five languages fluently, and that has filmed in over 30 countries around the world.
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Our Work

Monaco VIP, Pilot

E! Entertainment

Dubai VIP, Pilot

E! Entertainment

Black in the Saddle, Pilot

VH1

Tales from the UFO
Watchtower, Development

Travel Channel

Sex Wiz Antoine
Primetime Special

CANAL+

Allo Nabilla, 10 episodes

NRJ12

Dita Von Teese, Interview

CANAL+

The Taste of Love

Format

Beat Waze

Format

Executive Bios

AURELIEN LETURGIE

Co-Owner & Executive Producer

Aurelien Leturgie is a leading Development Executive and Executive Producer with extensive experience producing content around the world. His acclaimed documentaries and TV shows have appeared on E! Entertainment, VH1, Travel Channel, TLC, Canal+, and many other outlets, and he’s also held full-time executive positions at Discovery, ITV Studios, and MGM Television. 
 
Originally from Paris, Aurelien started his career in Miami working for a film studio before launching his own production company. He at first specialized in directing music videos for major record labels. But over the past 20 years, he’s developed, produced, and directed television shows in a wide variety of formats, for major networks and production companies across the U.S. and Europe. 
In 2009, Aurelien brought his keen storytelling sense, multicultural background, worldly perspective, and passion for international storytelling to Los Angeles—where he produced a diverse range of shows for Canal+, Travel Channel, and TLC. He then joined ITV Studios’ creative team, and began developing television formats and docuseries for cable networks and streamers in the U.S—ideating new shows and adapting existing stories from page to screen.   
 
As the Director of Development at Discovery from 2014 to 2020, Aurelien was responsible for identifying emerging trends, creating fresh formats, finding emerging diverse talent, and translating unique concepts into inventive, exciting, and successful programming. Throughout his career, Aurelien has created and sold shows inspired by his international experience and perspective, and that have gone on to great acclaim across the globe.
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EMILIE DUMAY

Co-Owner & Executive Producer

Emmy-nominated producer Emilie Dumay is an expert at bringing fascinating international stories to the screen, having produced television content in more than 50 countries across six continents.

With over 10 years of experience, Emilie has produced shows for over 15 different networks and streamers. Emilie’s passion for travel and storytelling has led her to capture an incredible array of stories from around the globe—spanning the fields of archaeology, anthropology, biology, history, sports, parenting, and pop culture.

A small sampling of the shows Emilie has produced includes the acclaimed CBS competition series The Amazing Race, Peacock’s documentary series Golden: The Journey of USA’s Elite Gymnasts; Disney+’s Parenting without Border (with Jessica Alba); Netflix’s Bill Nye Saves The World; Travel Channel’s Lost in the Wild, Amazon’s Derbez Family Vacation; XBOX’s Every Street United; Travel Channel’s Planet Primetime and one of Discovery’s highest rated shows ever, Expedition Unknown.

Emilie’s fluency in five languages allows her to connect, communicate intimately with, and gain the trust of the people whose stories she brings to the world. And she’s well-known in the industry for gaining unprecedented access to areas usually considered off-limits. In 2017, Emilie was nominated for an Emmy Award for her Travel Channel show Planet Primetime, which explores how media outlets shape and are shaped by the culture of countries across the globe.

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