City of Lights, City of Angels (CoLCoA) est un festival de cinéma français qui se tient chaque année à Hollywood en avril, à la Directors Guild sur Sunset Boulevard.Le nom du festival fait référence à Paris et Los Angeles, respectivement surnommées « Ville Lumière » et « Cité des Anges ».

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  • City of Lights, City of Angels (CoLCoA) est un festival de cinéma français qui se tient chaque année à Hollywood en avril, à la Directors Guild sur Sunset Boulevard.Le nom du festival fait référence à Paris et Los Angeles, respectivement surnommées « Ville Lumière » et « Cité des Anges ».
  • City of Lights, City of Angels (COLCOA) is an annual competitive film festival held in the United States which showcases the diversity of French cinema and promotes its talents among the film industry. It is also open to the general audience. The Festival takes place in April at the Directors Guild of America theater complex in Hollywood, California. The next event is scheduled from April 21 to April 28, 2014 (18th anniversary).COLCOA was created in 1996 by The Franco-American Cultural Fund, a unique collaborative effort of the Directors Guild of America, the Motion Picture Association of America, the Writers Guild of America, West, France’s Société des Auteurs, Compositeurs et Éditeurs de Musique. The Festival is also made possible with the support of L’ARP (France’s Association of Authors, Directors and Producers), in collaboration with the Film & TV Department of the French Embassy and Unifrance.Since 2004, the selection is exclusively composed of premieres in Hollywood. Several high-profile features are presented at COLCOA for the first time in North America or in the U.S. Some can be International or World premieres. COLCOA is also known for presenting films before their commercial release in the U.S., and for being used by American distributors to launch and promote their film in Hollywood.The selection includes features, documentaries, animated films and short films. In 17 years, 336 feature films and 198new shorts have been selected. COLCOA has constantly developed to become a showcase of at least 55 films, with a capacity of 20,000 in 2013 and an occupancy rate of 92%. Its exclusive program has made of COLCOA an anticipated date in the industry calendar and one of the largest French film festivals in the world. Scheduled a few weeks after the Academy Awards® and before the Cannes Film Festival, COLCOA has become a prestigious event in Los Angeles.The COLCOA audience is mainly composed of film industry professionals (74%), including Academy Awards® members: directors, writers, distributors, producers, agents, exhibitors, critics and journalists. COLCOA has developed partnerships with organizations like IFTA, The Cannes Film Market, Film Independent, Women in Film, The American Cinematheque, SAG, and since 2008, the Hollywood Foreign Press Association and the Los Angeles Film Critics Association.In 2008, an educational program was also launched to promote foreign films among young American audiences in association with ELMA (European Languages and Movies in America). Close to 12,000 students and 95 high schools have participated in the program since 2008. In 2010, a master class program was introduced for colleges, film schools and universities.More than 150 French writers, directors and producers have presented their film(s) at COLCOA. Among them are Costa-Gavras, Alain Corneau, Claire Denis, Claude Lelouch, Claude Miller, Bertrand Tavernier, Olivier Assayas, Laurent Cantet, Julie Delpy, Danielle Thompson, Laurent Cantet, Arnaud Desplechin, Anne Fontaine, Bertrand Blier and Mathieu Kassovitz. Many celebrities have attended COLCOA, including actresses Nathalie Baye, Rosanna Arquette, Helen Mirren, Gena Rowlands, Sharon Stone, Charlize Theron as well as prominent American writers and directors: Wes Craven, Taylor Hackford, John Landis, Michael Mann or Alexander Payne.Academy Award winning actress Marion Cotillard (La Vie en Rose), Academy Award nominee actress Berenice Bejo (The Artist) and Academy Award winning writer/director Michel Hazanavicius (The Artist) made their first apparence in Hollywood at COLCOA.Since 2005, films selected compete for the annual COLCOA AWARDS. Here is the list of the 2013 winners:Audience Award THE ATTACK (L'Attentat) Directed by: Ziad DoueiriWritten by: Ziad DoueiriAudience Special PrizeHAUTE CUISINE (Les Saveurs du Palais) Directed by: Christian VincentWritten by: Etienne Comar, Christian VincentAudience Special MentionWHAT'S IN A NAME (Le Prénom) Directed by: Alexandre de La Patellière, Matthieu DelaporteWritten by : Alexandre de La Patellière, Matthieu DelaporteLAFCA Critics Award A FEW HOURS OF SPRING (Quelques heures de printemps)Directed by: Stéphane BrizéWritten by : Stéphane Brizé, Florence VignonLAFCA Critics Special Prize THE ATTACK (L'Attentat) Directed by: Ziad DoueiriWritten by: Ziad DowerLAFCA Critics Special MentionIN THE HOUSE (Dans la maison)Directed by: François OzonWritten by: François OzonFirst Feature AwardPOPULAIREDirected by: Régis RoinsardWritten by: Régis Roinsard, Daniel Presley, Romain CompingtComing Soon AwardTHE ATTACK (L'Attentat) Directed by: Ziad DoueiriWritten by: Ziad DoueiriDocumentary AwardBECOMING TRAVIATA (Traviata et nous) Directed by: Philippe BéziatWritten by: Philippe BéziatShort Film AwardTHE LIZARDS (Les Lézards) Written and directed by: Vincent MarietteShort Film Special PrizeJUST BEFORE LOSING EVERYTHING (Avant que de tout perdre) Written and directed by: Xavier LegrandShort Film Special Mentions MY SWEETHEART (Mon Amoureux)Directed by: Daniel MeteKIKI OF MONTPARNASSE (Mademoiselle Kiki et les Montparnos)Written and directed by: Amélie HarraultShort Film Audience AwardÀ LA FRANCAISEWritten and directed by: Morrigane Boyer, Julien Hazebroucq, Ren-Hsien Hsu, Emmanuelle Leleu, William LortonCITY OF LIGHT (La Ville lumière) Written and directed by: Pascal TessaudShort Film Audience Award
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  • City of Lights, City of Angels (CoLCoA) est un festival de cinéma français qui se tient chaque année à Hollywood en avril, à la Directors Guild sur Sunset Boulevard.Le nom du festival fait référence à Paris et Los Angeles, respectivement surnommées « Ville Lumière » et « Cité des Anges ».
  • City of Lights, City of Angels (COLCOA) is an annual competitive film festival held in the United States which showcases the diversity of French cinema and promotes its talents among the film industry. It is also open to the general audience. The Festival takes place in April at the Directors Guild of America theater complex in Hollywood, California.
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