Join us to celebrate the last day of the festival on Monday April 30 with an exclusive program to close the COLCOA Cinema, Television and Digital Series competitions.

Free COLCOA Reruns

Complete your program of films with two free reruns to be announced on Sunday, April 29 on this page, on site in the DGA lobby, on Facebook, Twitter and on the COLCOA info line: (310) 289 5346.

Tickets won’t be delivered for these screenings. No reservation needed. Access to screenings is on a First Come First Served Basis. Please proceed directly to the lines to enter theaters.

Screenings will take place in the Truffaut theater at 10:00 am and 12:00 pm

COLCOA Digital Series

Monday will be your last day to attend the competition in the Melville Theater and vote for your favorite series.

The COLCOA Web Series Competition is a free program with no RSVP (first come, first served basis).

Click here for full program and schedule information

COLCOA Television: The Grand Final!

While the program continues in the MELVILLE theater, Television programs will occupy the TRUFFAUT theater starting at 2:00 pm with the North American Premiere of Gerard Mordillat’s TV Movie Trough the Mill, followed by two complete mini-series (3 episodes): the comedy I Love you 2 at 4:15 pm and an anticipated series to close the competition at 7:30 pm: Proud, shown at COLCOA just before its broadcast in France.

COLCOA Cinema: Two exclusive comedies shown before a powerful drama to close the competition…

The Cinema competition will continue in the RENOIR Theater on Monday afternoon with two comedies shown at COLCOA just a few days after their French release:

Let The Girls Play (w/d by Julien Hallard) and The Other Woman (w/d by Daniel Auteuil),

The competition will close at 8:15 pm with the North American Premiere of the new drama from writer/director Cédric Kahn: The Prayer (La Prière) [with link to the film page], just a few weeks after its World Premiere at the Berlin International Film Festival.

Newcomer Anthony Bajon just won the Best Actor Award at the 2018 Berlin Film Festival for his riveting portrayal of Thomas, a 22-year-old heroin addict who turns up at a monastic rehab center in the French Alps. Sporting a black eye and looking like a wounded animal, Thomas is, at first, reluctant to submit himself to the center’s austere life of discipline, abstinence, physical labor and endless prayer. But his discovery of a first love and a blossoming faith in God will lead him to a new kind of torment. Cédric Kahn’s poignant, unsentimental tale, told with a crisp purity of style, chronicles Thomas’ difficult road to recovery in painstaking detail… and is blessed with a glorious cameo by the magnificent Hanna Schygulla.

Screening will be followed by a discussion with actor Antony Bajon

Drawing for the WIN A TRIP TO PARIS contest will take place on stage before the screening. Bring your ticket(s)!

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