March 2020: new releases of films financed by Natixis Coficiné and/or Sofica

Tuesday, 10 march 2020

Natixis Coficiné, a company specializing in the financing of the film and audiovisual industries, is the No.1 player in the European film financing market.

A number of fine new films have been released this month in French cinemas, thanks to this Groupe BPCE subsidiary:

•    Pappy Sitter by Philippe Guillard, with Gérard Lanvin, Olivier Marchal, and Camille Aguilar,
•    Miss by Ruben Alves, with Alexandre Wetter, Pascale Arbillot, and Isabelle Nanty,
•    A Mermaid in Paris by Mathias Malzieu, with Nicolas Duvauchellle, Marylin Lima, and Rossy de Palma,
•    Three Summers directed by Sandra Kogut, with Regina Casé, Otávio Müller, and Gisele Fróes,
•    How to Be a Good Wife by Martin Provost, with Juliette Binoche, Yolande Moreau, and Noémie Lvovsky,
•    Small Country by Eric Barbier, with Jean-Paul Rouve, Djibril Vancoppenolle, and Dayla de Medina,
•    Ballsy Girl by Katia Lewkowicz, with Melha Bedia, Valérie Lemercier, and Alison Wheeler,
•    Pinocchio directed by Matteo Garrone, with Roberto Benigni, Federico Ielapi, and Gigi Proietti,
•    Jumbo by Zoé Wittock, with Noémie Merlant, Emmanuelle Bercot, and Bastien Bouillon,
•    Working Girls by Frédéric Fonteyne and Anne Paulicevich, with Sara Forestier, Noémie Lvovsky and Annabelle Lengronne,
•    Mama Weed by Jean-Paul Salomé, with Isabelle Huppert, Hippolyte Girardot, and Farida Ouchani.

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