FOCUS ON TWO PRODUCERS:
MAXIME DELAUNEY & ROMAIN ROUSSEAU
The Happy Hour Talk series continues during the weekend with a focus on two French producers who will share their experience and talk about the very unique system of Production of films in France.
After Anne-Dominique Toussaint in 2013 and Bruno Levy in 2014, COLCOA will honor a new generation of producers, represented by Maxime Delauney and Romain Rousseau (Nolita films), with three films and a Happy Hour Talk panel:
Tuesday, April 21
RENOIR Theater – 8:30 pm
West Coast Premiere
Saturday, April 25
TRUFFAUT Theater – 4:00 pm
Short film presented before THE TOURNAMENT
Saturday, April 26
TRUFFAUT Theater - 6:30 pm
HAPPY HOUR TALK
A 45 minute conversation with Maxime delauney and Romain Rousseau (Free admission)
Sunday, April 27
TRUFFAUT Theater – 11:00 am and 4:15 pm
SHORT FILM COMPETITION
Presentation of NOTRE FAUST and THE HITCHHICKER
Monday, April 27
RENOIR Theater - 8:30 pm
Short film presented before the COLCOA Cinema competition-closing feature.
Nolita Cinema was created in february 2012, from the willing of Romain ROUSSEAU and Maxime DELAUNEY ; after collaborating many times on projects involving production company LGM (Romain was general manager of the company) and talent agency VMA (Maxime was talent manager).
Romain ROUSSEAU began as a lawyer, and produced about twenty movies for LGM and its related companies (most of them have exceeded 1 million viewers in France territory, such as « CloClo / My Way », « 36 quai des orfèvres / 36 », « Hollywoo », « A bout portant / Point Blank »).
Maxime DELAUNEY began with Dominique Besnehard at Artmedia then in his production company Mon Voisin Productions. 3 years later, he became a talent manager at VMA where he managed many directors, screenwriters, singers, musicians and original soundtrack composers (Charlotte Gainsbourg, Woodkid, Ayo, JM Bernard, Michael Stevens, Alex Beaupain …).
Nolita Cinema has been awarded in 2015 by a Cesar for short-film (« La Femme de Rio ») and many distinctions from Unifrance, Procirep, Maison du Film Court.