City Of Lights,City Of Angels (COLCOA) French Film Festival in Los Angeles unveiled its lineupyesterday for its tenth annual event which takes place April 3-9.
Funded by theFranco-American Cultural Fund - a collaboration of the Directors Guild OfAmerica (DGA), SACEM, Writers Guild Of America, west (WGA), and the MotionPicture Association (MPA), COLCOA will screen 18 features kicking off on April3 with Francis Veber's La Doublure (The Valet) starring Daniel Auteuil and Kristin Scott Thomasand closing on April 8 with the world premiere of Ces Jours Heureux (Those Happy Days) directed by Eric Toledano and OlivierNakache.
Also screeningare Stephane Brize's Je Ne Suis Pas La Pour Etre Aime (Not Here To Be Loved), Maurice Bathelemy's Papa, Daniele Thompson's Fauteuilsd'Orchestre (OrchestraSeats), Bertrand Blier's CombienTu M'Aimes' (How MuchDo You Love Me'), YvesAngelo's Ames Grises (GreySouls) and BrigitteRouan's Travaux, On Sait Quand Ca Commence (Housewarming).
The featureddocumentary is William Karel's La Fille Du Juge (My Dad Is Into Terrorism).
Other films onthe agenda include Valerie Lemercier's Palais Royal!, Anne Fontaine's Entre Ses Mains (In His Hands), Patrice Chereau's Gabrielle and Laurent Cantet's Vers Le Sud (Heading South).
Among thefilm-makers scheduled to attend COLCOA are Laurent Cantet, Richard Berry (whosethird film as director The Black Box is also screening), Rouan, Thompson, Blier,Barthelemy, Brize and Veber.