March 2023: rendezvous at your local cinema for the latest theatrical releases financed by Natixis Coficiné!

Friday, 3 march 2023

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.