Lolo

LOLO BANNER

                                         TorontoInternationalFilmFestival-Laurel                                     

Violette (two time Academy Award®-nominee Julie Delpy), a 40-year-old workaholic with a career in the fashion industry, falls for a provincial computer geek, Jean-Rene (Dany Boon, star of the French box-office phenomenonWelcome to the Sticks), while on a spa retreat with her best friend. But Jean-Rene faces a major challenge: he must win the trust and respect of Violette’s teenage son, Lolo (Cesar-nominee Vincent Lacoste), who is determined to wreak havoc on the couple’s fledging relationship and remain his mother’s favorite.

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“Indie comedy darling Julie Delpy convincingly moves into the mainstream. Thanks to her collaboration with Richard Linklater on the Before films and bilingual directorial outings such as 2 Days in New York, Delpy — give or take a Luc Besson — has always been one of the most American of French filmmakers. And this U.S.-style crowd-pleaser could very well become her biggest hit…[her] most winningly mainstream concoction yet. ” – Boyd van Hoeij, The Hollywood Reporter 

“Julie Delpy’s sixth directorial feature LOLO features long stretches of perhaps her most accomplished and enjoyable character-comedy yet. [Her] facility for creating chatty, funny, memorable characters––especially women––is rare, precious, and fully on view here.” – Jessica Kiang, IndieWire’s The Playlist

“Julie Delpy’s LOLO offers crowd-pleasing romcom with a psychotic twist… The result is as brazen and frequently hilarious as we’ve come to expect from her.” – Demetrios Matheou, IndieWire’s Thompson on Hollywood

“Delpy delivers a wildly funny and satirical look at finding love later in life while juggling a son and a career. Delpy boldly steps away from the standard elements of a romantic comedy and adds an unapologetic and hilarious spin to the harsh realities of love and relationships.” – Katie O’Connor, Toronto Film Scene

Press Kit

Opens at the Village East Cinema in New York City on March 11th – Tickets and Showtimes

Julie Delpy in person – Q & A Friday and Saturday after 7:15pm show

THEATER LOCATIONS

New York City – 3/11
Village East – TICKETS

Chicago – 3/13 & 3/17 & 5/27
Siskel Film Center – TICKETS

California – 3/25
Playhouse – Pasadena – TICKETS
Monica Film Center – Santa Monica – TICKETS
Noho 7 – North Hollywood – TICKETS
Music Hall – North Hollywood – TICKETS
Edward Westpark 8 – Irvine – TICKETS

Washington DC – 3/25
Angelika Pop Up – TICKETS

Scotsdale, Arizona – 4/1
Harkins Shea 14 – TICKETS

North Carolina – 3/25
Chelsea Theater – Chapel Hill – TICKETS 

North Carolina – 4/1
Regal Ballantyne – Charlotte – TICKETS
Aperture – Winston-Salem – TICKETS

Atlanta – 4/8
UA Tara Cinemas 4 – TICKETS

Charlotte – 4/8
Regal Ballantyne – TICKETS

Florida – 3/10 & 4/22
Movies of Delray – Delray Beach – TICKETS *
Movies of Lake Worth – Lake Worth – TICKETS *
Cinema Paradiso – Fort Lauderdale – TICKETS
*Advance Screenings 


FESTIVALS

3/4 – European Union Film Festival, Chicago – TICKETS
3/4 – Bermuda Film Festival – TICKETS
3/8 – Rendez-Vous French Cinema, NYC – TICKETS
3/18 – Green Mountain Film Festival, VT – TICKETS
4/6 – European Film Festival, PR – TICKETS
4/8 – Florida Film Festival – TICKETS
4/14 – Wisconsin Film Festival – TICKETS