AMACLIO, the name itself announces the task that it has set itself: bring its audiences to like history and to pass on this love. Its aim is to magnify the French and European heritage by creating multi technological shows (video-mapping, performing arts…) for as wide an audience as possible.

Amaclio is a company that designs, produces and stages cultural events and is specialised in the showcasing of heritage. It was created by François Nicolas, an entrepreneur with a passion for history and literature, and Bruno Seillier, who has directed and created 52 shows.

Since its creation in 2012, Amaclio has produced six shows, most of them in UN World Heritage sites and seen by more than 950 000 spectators:

  • La Nuit aux Invalides , a video-mapping show in the courtyard of the Hôtel national des Invalides in Paris that has attracted 400 000 spectators between 2012 and 2018. From July 12th to August 30th 2019
  • Les Chroniques du Mont, a night show in the abbey of Mont-Saint-Michel that attracted 50 000 spectators in 2018. From July 6th to August 31st 2019
  • La Cité des pierres vivantes, a night show in the city of Carcassonne that seduced 30 000 spectators in 2018. From August 1st to September 21st 2019.
  • Moulins entre en scène ! , a sound and light show on the emblematic buildings of the city centre of Moulins. From June 22nd to September 30th 2019

Les Luminessences d’Avignon , a 360° monumental show seen by 400 spectators in Palais des  Papes, Avignon between 2013 and 2017

-Les Écuyers du Temps in the Castle of Saumur, a live and equestrian show associated with the monumental video shows, in partnership with the instructors of the French military Riding Academy, Cadre Noir. The show delighted more than 30,000 spectators in 2013 and 2014.

In 2016, it was in a high spot of Paris, reputed for its first class cultural events that Bruno Seillier produced  LA CONQUÊTE DE L’AIR, l’épopée Dassault, une aventure française. Nearly 25,000 spectators enjoyed this supersonic 360° show which was held in Paris from 9 to 14 April 2016, in the nave of the Grand Palais:  the most recent technologies, archive footage, sequences of planes in flight, special effects and an explosive soundtrack to recount 100 years of aeronautical feats in pictures, backed by three  legendary planes, who had full-blown roles in the scenography created by Bruno Seillier!