The Franco-American Cultural Fund has unveiled the roster for the 17th City of Lights, City of Angels film fest that runs April 15-22 in LA. The French film showcase is presented by the Franco-American Cultural Fund, a partnership of the DGA, WGAW, MPAA and France’s SACEM. Danièle Thompson’s comedy It Happened In Saint Tropez will open the festival. Co-written by Thompson and her son and frequent collaborator, Christopher Thompson, the film stars Kad Merad and Monica Bellucci. The two closing night films are being kept under wraps until April 15. Among other highlights are Pathé’s box office hit Jappeloup, a biopic of showjumper Pierre Durand, written by and starring Guillaume Canet; Tribeca selection Cycling With Moliere, starring Lambert Wilson and Fabrice Luchini; Stéphane Brizé’s A Few Hours Of Spring; The Weinstein Co.‘s Mad Men-era Populaire and Philippe Godeau’s 11.6 starring The Intouchables‘ François Cluzet. Among the new additions to the program this year are Focus on a Producer (Anne-Dominique Toussaint and Les Films des Tournelles); the Col-Coa Coming Soon Award which offers a promotional radio campaign to a film with a U.S. distributor; the World Cinema Produced By France series and a series entitled French NeWave 2.0. The films announced today join previously announced vintage titles. Tickets are available online at Colcoa.org and onsite at the DGA. Click over for the full list of titles:

11.6, dir: Philippe Godeau
Cycling With Molière, dir: Philippe Le Guay
Aliyah, dir: Elie Wajeman
True Friends, dirs: Stéphane Arnichard and Francois Prevot-Leygonie
The Attack, dir: Ziad Doueiri
Augustine, dir: Anne Winocour
Aya Of Yop City, dirs: Clément Oubrerie and Marguerite Abouet
Little Lion, dir: Samuel Collardey
In The House, dir: François Ozon
It Happened In Saint Tropez, dir: Danièle Thompson
Sons Of The Wind, dir: Bruno Le Jean
Le Grand Soir, dirs: Benoît Delépine and Gustave de Kervern
The Man Who Laughs, dir: Jean-Pierre Améris
The Invisibles, dir: Sébastien Lifshitz
Jappeloup, dir: Christian Duguay
Moon Man, dir: Stephan Schesch
Armed Hands, dir: Pierre Jolivet
Welcome To Argentina, dir: Edouard Deluc
Hidden Beauties, dir: Nouti Bouzid
Fly Me To The Moon, dir: Pascal Chaumeil
Populaire, dir: Régis Roinsard
What’s In A Name, dirs: Alexandre de la Patellière and Matthieu Delaporte
A Few Hours Of Spring, dir: Stéphane Brizet
Rendez-Vous In Kiruna, dir: Anna Novion
Hold Back, dir: Rachid Djaïdani
Haute Cuisine, dir: Christian Vincent
Thérèse, dir: Claude Miller
Becoming Traviata, dir: Philippe Beziat
Three Worlds, dir: Catherine Corsini
The Dandelions, dir: Carine Tardieu
You Ain’t Seen Nothin’ Yet, dir: Alain Resnais

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