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Company Profile

Nord-Ouest is a partnership between three producers: Christophe Rossignon (who previously produced the first three long feature films of Mathieu Kassovitz and Tran Anh Hung in Lazennec company), Philip Boëffard and Pierre Guyard.

Merry Christmas (16 M€ budget, coproduction between 5 European countries and released in about 35 countries) installed Nord-Ouest as one of the leading European independent producers and won numerous prizes and nominations (César, Oscars, Golden Globes, Bafta) following a Cannes screening. Since 2001, Nord-Ouest has produced 35 films for a total audience of twenty million, each of them sold to an average of 15 countries.

Nord-Ouest has developed lasting relationships with authors such as Philippe Lioret (The Light, Don't Worry I'm Fine, Welcome)  Michel Ocelot (Azur and Asmar – The Princes Quest, Tales of the Night, Dilili in Paris), Vincent Garenq (Baby Love, Guilty, Clearstream Affair), Mathieu Kassovitz (Rebellion) or Christian Carion (Farewell, Come What May, My Son). Yet, it has never lost its ability to discover new talents, such as Thomas Cailley with Love at First Fight  (409 676 admissions in France, sold in 35 countries and won 3 Cesar awards, including Best Debut Film and Best Actress) and Mikhaël Hers (This Summer Feeling, Amanda), nor to engage in new collaborations, with the likes of Stéphane Brizé (The Measure of a Man) (Best Actor at Cannes 2015 and at Cesar 2016 for Vincent Lindon) and At War which competed for Cannes Palme d’Or in 2018) and Safy Nebbou with In the Forests of Siberia

Nord-Ouest has been involved in documentary film production since its creation (Sylvie Randonneix) and has recently started a TV production branch (Quitterie Gausserès). Its development slate expands to a large array of TV films and series, questioning the world through entertaining stories with deep author inputs. Projects include True Crime describing 30 years of cold cases inquiries in France, a fantasy ecological thriller, a thrillers about international illegal wildlife trade, which have already built interest from distributors and broadcasters (Canal+, etc).

Philip Boëffard


Pierre Guyard


Company Highlights



Genre:                  Drama

Director:              Mikhaël Hers

Screenplay:         Mikhaël Hers, Maud Ameline

Cast:                     Vincent Lacoste, Isaure Multrier, Stacy Martin


David, who gets by doing odd jobs, sees his life brutally interrupted by the sudden death of his sister. Beyond the shock, and the pain, David now finds himself alone with his young niece Amanda to care for.


Venice International Film Festival (Orizzonti section)
Tokyo International Film Festival : Grand Prix and Best screenplay




Genre:               Drama

Director:           Stéphane Brizé

Screenplay:      Stéphane Brizé, Olivier Gorce

Cast:                 Vincent Lindon


Despite heavy financial sacrifices on the part of their employees and record profits that year, the management of Perrin Industries decides to shut down a factory. The 1100 employees, led by their spokesman Laurent Amédéo, decide to fight this brutal decision, ready to do everything to save their jobs.


Cannes Film Festival (Official competition)

European Film Festival Palić : Fipresci Prize

Chicago International Film Festival : Best screenplay

and Melbourne, El Gouna, Busan, Warsaw...



Genre:               Thriller

Director:           Michel Ocelot

Screenplay:      Michel Ocelot

Cast:                 Prunelle Charles-Ambron, Enzo Ratsito, Natalie Dessay


With the help of her delivery-boy friend, Dilili, a young Kanak, investigates a spate of mysterious kidnappings of young girls that is plaguing Belle Epoque Paris. In the course of her investigation she encounters a series of extraordinary characters, each of whom provides her with clues that will help her in her quest...


Annecy International Animation Film Festival (opening film)

San Sebastian International Film Festival (Velodrome)

BFI London Film Festival

Rome Film Festival (Alice in the City section)

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