Francis Ford Coppola will receive the Lumière Award at the tnext edition of the Lumière festival, to be held in Lyon and its metropolis from October 12th to 20st 2019.
André Cayatte, Forbidden Hollywood: the Warner years, Chaplin... The festival begins to unfold.
Exceptional cinema-concert, accompanied on the piano. The Immigrant and other short films by Charlie Chaplin (1916-1917, 1h20).
The Godfather by Francis Ford Coppola (1972, 2h55) - The Godfather: Part II by Francis Ford Coppola (1974, 3h22) - The Godfather: Part III by Francis Ford Coppola (1990, 2h42)
Discounts on regular screenings, reduced prices on main events, special offers from restaurant partners...
Join us for Lumière 2019, which will run from Saturday the 12th to Sunday the 20th of October 2019!
Cinematographic heritage also involves a worldwide economy, a market and industry professionals. The International Classic Film Market, the only event of its kind, is their annual forum.
From welcoming the public to accompanying guests to distribution tasks, get an inside glimpse of the festival, while contributing to its smooth advancement.
Show your support for a unique cultural event.
Middle school workshops, High school prize, kids’ movie at the Halle Tony Garnier… Film buffs of tomorrow have their own program.
Lyon, city if invention of the Cinematograph
Feel like taking advantage of the festival to explore Lyon’s monuments, recommended spots, hidden & secret corners? Head toward your office of tourism.
Good films, good food, good friends… And a good night’s sleep too, thanks to the comfort and character of the Gîtes of France.
Lumière encourages public transportation. On festival Saturdays, get 40% off tickets, while kids ride free.
The essential resource to find your way around the festival. Featuring write-ups, tips, interviews and more.
Check out highlights of Lumière 2018.
Bringing you live news and interviews throughout the festival, Radio Lumière will fill the airwaves again for the 2018 edition.
The grand Norwegian actress shared her memories during a master class both luminous and lively, in her image. Highlights.
The filmmaker talked straight into the microphone of Jean Ollé-Laprune, a living encyclopedia of French cinema.
He doesn’t believe “in God, but in Al Pacino.” Expressive and hilarious, Spanish actor Javier Bardem evoked memories from his filming experiences.
Exclusive interview with the genial Algerian artiste.
The Mexican filmmaker gave us the inside details on his latest film, Roma.
Seeing Claire Denis’ films screened at Lumière, with an audience, grouped together in a limited timeframe, is a very particular experience.
Present for the screening of “The Seduction of Joe Tynan,” Schatzberg says he was discovered by “talent scout” Pierre Rissient.
Singer, poet, and savvy cinephile, Bernard Lavilliers swept the public off their feet at the Hanger of Premier-Film for an evening as exalted as it was moving.
The Chinese superstar introduced Ang Lee’s Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon yesterday and A Touch of Zen by King Hu.
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