Mathias, Andréa, Gabriel & Arlette are agents in a Talent Agency called ASK. When its founder, Samuel Kerr, who has not taken any vacation for 8 years, dies while on holiday, their entire lives are upheaved. Mathias is being courted by other agencies especially since he has the biggest portfolio of the four.
Amid all this, they still need to negociate contracts for the people they represent, whether it's Nathalie Baye or Cécile de France, they must make sure that all goes to plan even when they want a way out of a production.
Runtime: 52 minutes
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The COLCOA French Film Festival (formerly “City of Light, City of Angels”) is an annual competitive film festival in Hollywood, created and presented by the Franco-American Cultural Fund. Its goals are to showcase the diversity of French cinema, to promote films and talent among the film industry and to contribute to cross cultural understanding. The COLCOA French Film Festival is open to professionals and the general public. The 22nd edition was held at the Directors Guild of America theater complex in Hollywood from April 23 to April 30, 2018.
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COLCOA was created in 1997 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, and France’s Société des Auteurs, Compositeurs et Éditeurs de Musique(SACEM). The festival is also made possible with the support of L’ARP (France’s Association of Authors, Directors and Producers), the Film & TV Department of the French Embassy, TV France International 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, short films and, since 2015, TV movies and TV series. In 2017, a selection of VR programs and a competition of Web Series were introduced. In 21 years, 758 films or TV series have been selected. COLCOA has constantly developed to become a showcase of 82 films in 2017, with a capacity of 26,300 and an occupancy rate of 91% (25,000 attendees). 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, including 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 launched to promote foreign films among young American audiences in association with European Languages and Movies in America (ELMA). More than 20,000 students and 150 high schools have participated in the program since 2008. In 2010, a master class program was introduced for colleges, film schools and universities. The focus of the 2018 edition of the festival was on woman. This included an entire day dedicated to the work of first time female filmmakers. Academy Award-winning actress Marion Cotillard (La Vie en Rose), Academy Award nominee actress Bérénice Bejo (The Artist) and Academy Award-winning writer/director Michel Hazanavicius (The Artist) made their first public appearance in Hollywood at COLCOA.