Rex Ingram’s “The Four Horses of Revelation” with the Lyon national orchestra conducted by Ernst Van Tiel. A Photoplay Productions Evening introduced by Kevin Brownlow
Wednesday 5th October at 2.30 p.m.
Yves Robert’s La Guerre des boutons (1962)
This copy was restored by Gaumont.
Children also have a share in our film heritage!
This event will give thousands of children the opportunity to meet in the Tony Garnier Hall to see a great film classic.
This is a wonderful way to start their apprenticeship as cinemagoers.
An afternoon snack will be provided free of charge at the end of the session.
Tickets are now on sale: € 4 (child), € 6 (adult)
04 78 76 77 78 • www.festival-lumiere.org
Institut Lumière, rue du Premier-Film Lyon 8e
From 2 p.m. to 6.30 p.m. from Tuesday to Sunday.
Marcel Carné’s Les Enfants du Paradis
In 4k digital restoration
After the presentation of Jean Renoir’s Boudu sauvé des eaux and Luchino Visconti’s Guépard, Pathé and the Jérôme Seydoux-Pathé Foundation continue their journey through the Pathé catalogue and return to the Lumière Festival in order to present a restored digital version of Marcel Carné’s Enfants du Paradis (1945), - with screenplay and dialogues by Jacques Prévert.
Axel Brücker, King of Promotional Clips
The principle of preserving and restoring our film heritage was initially applied to feature films. It was later applied to short films and documentaries. Axel-Brücker preserved promotional clips. His collection includes a total of 20,000 archives and is without any doubt the finest in the world. Lumiere 2011 will spotlight both collection and collector.
A Bollywood Avant-Premiere: The Greatest Love Story Ever Told (2011)
A giddy, moving edition in which the producer Shekhar Kapoor and the director Jeff Zimbalist pay tribute to this film tradition, which has contributed to establishing the identity of India in the world and making Bombay one of filmmaking history’s world capitals.
Shekhar Kapoor and Jeff Zimbalist will be present
From the Earth to the Moon – A Night of Science-Fiction
Friday 7th October in the Tony Garnier Hall.
The best of science fiction, from George Melies’ Voyage dans la lune (1902) to Ridley Scott’s Blade Runner (1983) including Richard Fleischer’s Soleil Vert (Solvent Green 1973) on wide screen in the Tony Garnier Hall.
A sleeping area will be installed behind the screen in case anyone feels tired.
And in the early hours of the morning a complimentary breakfast will be served to those bravest of hearts who make it through the night!
The colour version of George Melies’ most famous film, Le Voyage dans la lune (1902) can be seen again, 109 years after its first showing. The fragments of the 13 375 film images have been restored one by one and assembled using digital processes.
This film was presented in an avant-premiere to open the 2011 Cannes Film Festival
Contemporary music from the Group Air.
Voyage dans la lune - Georges Méliès (1902)
La Guerre des boutons - Yves Robert (1962)