Bonne Pioche, founded in 1993, is an independent production company that develops and produces films for television and cinema release.
Our best-known recent television productions include Let Me Sleep Over Tonight, Rendez-vous in an Unknown Land and Waste : the Nuclear Nightmare. Our most acclaimed motion pictures include Hollywood : I'm Sleeping Over Tonight, director Luc Jacquet’s The Fox and the Child and March of the Penguins (Academy Award winner for Best Documentary in 2006) as well as Karl Zéro’s Being Jacques Chirac (winner of the César for Best Documentary in 2007).
In 2005, Bonne Pioche received an honorary mention for the Procirep French Television Producer Award.
In 2006 and 2007, Bonne Pioche was featured on the Realscreen Global 100 list of the most influential independent production companies worldwide.