March 2023: rendezvous at your local cinema for the latest theatrical releases financed by Natixis Coficiné!
Natixis Coficiné, which specializes in the financing of the film and audiovisual industries, is No.1 in the European film financing market.
In March, discover in a cinema near you the new theatrical releases of films financed by Natixis Coficiné or its Sofica finance companies.
- The Sitting Duck by Jean-Paul Salomé, with Isabelle Huppert, Yvan Attal, and Marina Foïs,
- Sweet Little Things by Mélanie Auffret, with Michel Blanc, Julia Piaton, and Lionel Abelanski,
- If You Are a Man, a documentary by Simon Panay,
- The Blaze by Quentin Raynaud, with André Dussollier, Alex Lutz, and Sophie Parel,
- And Yet We Were All Blind by Béatrice Pollet, with Maud Wyler, Géraldine Nakache, and Grégoire Colin,
- En toute liberté, une radio pour la paix (“In total freedom, a radio for peace”), a documentary by Xavier de Lauzanne,
- Like an Actress by Sébastien Bailly, with Julie Gayet, Benjamin Biolay, and Agathe Bonitzer,
- The Midwife by Jennifer Devoldere, with Karin Viard, Melvin Boomer, and Steve Tientcheu,
- The Book of Wonders by Lisa Azuelos, with Alexandra Lamy, Muriel Robin, and Hugo Questel,
- Houria by Mounia Meddour, with Lyna Khoudri, Amira Hilda Douaouda, and Rachida Brakni,
- On The Wandering Path by Denis Imbert, with Jean Dujardin, Izïa Higelin, and Anny Duperey,
- Apaches: Gang of Paris by Romain Quirot, with Alice Isaaz, Niels Schneider, and Rod Paradot,
- On The Adamant, a documentary by Nicolas Philibert,
- Voyage en Italie (“Travels to Italy”), by Sophie Letourneur, with Philippe Katerine, and Sophie Letourneur.
- Good Conduct by Jonathan Barré, with Laure Calamy, David Marsais, and Grégoire Ludig.