March 2022: films financed by Natixis Coficiné

Wednesday, 2 march 2022

Natixis Coficiné specializes in financing the film and audiovisual industries and ranks No.1 in the European film financing market.

Here’s the list of March releases of feature films and documentaries financed by Natixis Coficiné or its Sofica finance companies:

  • Robuste by Constance Meyer, with Gérard Depardieu, Deborah Lukumuena, and Lucas Mortier, 
  • Kung Fu Zohra by Mabrouk el Mechri, with Sabrina Ouazani, Ramzy Bedia, and Eye Haïdara,
  • Murder Party by Nicolas Pleskof, with Alice Pol, Miou-Miou, and Eddy Mitchell, 
  • Licence to Build by Eric Fraticelli, with Didier Bourdon, Eric Fraticelli, and Anne Consigny,
  • Goliath by Frédéric Tellier, with Gilles Lellouche, Pierre Niney, and Emmanuelle Bercot, 
  • Besties by Marion Desseigne-Ravel, with Lina El Arabi, Esther Bernet-Rollande, and Mahia Zrouki, 
  • Softie by Samuel Theis, with Aliocha Reinert, Antoine Reinartz, and Izïa Higelin, 
  • Dancing On by Michèle Laroque, with Isabelle Nanty, Michèle Laroque, and Thierry Lhermitte,
  • Three Times Nothing by Nadège Loiseau, with Philippe Rebbot, Antoine Bertrand, and Côme Levin,
  • Full Time by Eric Ravel, with Laure Calamy, Anne Suarez, and Geneviève Mnich, 
  • The Time of Secrets by Christophe Barratier, with Léo Campion, Guillaume De Tonquédec, and Mélanie Doutey, 
  • The Kitchen Brigade by Louis-Julien Petit, with Audrey Lamy, François Cluzet, and Chantal Neuwirth,
  • Faithful by Hélier Cisterne, with Vincent Lacoste, Vicky Krieps, and Jules Langlade, 
  • An Ordinary Mother by Sylvie Audcoeur, with Karin Viard, Darren Muselet, and Samir Guesmi,
  • Nobody Has to Know by Bouli Lanners, Tim Mielants, with Michelle Fairley, Bouli Lanners, and Andrew Still, 
  • En nous (Inside us), a documentary film by Régis Sauder,
  • Azuro by Mathieu Rozé, with Valérie Donzelli, Thomas Scimeca, and Yannick Choirat, 
  • The World of Yesterday by Diastème, with Léa Drucker, Denis Podalydès, and Alban Lenoir.