'This year's festival is the most successful in the history of COLCOA,' festival director and programmer Francois Truffart said of the event, which ran from Apr 3-9.
'Not only is the attendance the highest ever, it is a salute to the future of French cinema in America, but especially in the Los Angeles area.'
Among the films screened were Olivier Dahan's La Vie En Rose, Guillaume Canet's Tell No One, Pierre Salvadori's Priceless, Bruno Dumont's Flanders and Thierry Klifa's Family Hero.
City Of Lights, City Of Angels is funded by the Franco-American Cultural Fund, a collaboration of the Directors Guild Of America, the Motion Picture Association, France's Society Of Authors, Composers And Publishers Of Music, and the Writers Guild Of America West.
Additional support comes from the Los Angeles Film and TV Office of the French Embassy, France's Association Of Directors And Producers L'ARP, and Unifrance.