The company

 

Ladybirds Cinéma was created in 2012 by Marie Tauzia who assures the presidency and Hélène Badinter who created the Ladybirds Films Company  in 2008, and produced over sixty documentaries for the French television, the majority was also exported on an international bases. Ladybirds Cinema takes as well profit of the experiences from their associates and at the same time extends its editorial policy committed to the Cinema.

This union is born from a first collaboration for the documentary « Illustre et inconnu : Comment Jacques Jaujard a sauvé le Louvre » (Illustrious and unknown : How Jacques Jaujard saved the Louvre) (International Emmy Award 2015) and from the envy to produce films that are destined to the dark theatre rooms, always on social themes such as education, immigration, family…with the ambition to witness the time in which we live and to question the evolution of our world.

Their first film comes out on September 2015 : The Big Day, a documentary by Pascal Plisson in co-production with Pathé (2nd French box office documentary 2015 and has been sold in 15 countries).