France’s Institut Lumière in Lyon has signalled its intention to push on with the 11th edition of its annual cinema heritage focused Lumière Festival this year in an announcement reconfirming its October 10 to 18 dates.
The 12th edition of the Lumière festival will be held from Saturday 10 to Sunday 18 October in Lyon.
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.
Feel like taking advantage of the festival to explore Lyon’s monuments, recommended spots, hidden & secret corners? Head toward your office of tourism.
Lumière encourages public transportation. On festival Saturdays, get 40% off tickets, while kids ride free.
Good films, good food, good friends… And a good night’s sleep too, thanks to the comfort and character of the Gîtes of France.
The Lumière festival rolled out the red carpet for Francis Ford Coppola, laureate of the Lumière Award 2019! On Friday, October 18, the master received the prestigious distinction at the conclusion of a rich and touching ceremony.
The committed filmmaker never gives up. His Master Class took the form of a dialogue with “France Insoumise” Deputy, Clémentine Autain.
In great shape, Gael García Bernal shared his genial nature during his Master Class with the audience of the Comédie Odéon.
Yesterday, Alan Chabat, Gérard Darmon and Monica Bellucci introduced Asterix & Obelix: Mission Cleopatra at the Halle Tony Garnier.
He arrived to an ovation by an audience of 2,000 at the Auditorium of Lyon, an instantly-sold-out event for his return to the festival.
« You’re going to have a killer evening! » Nathalie Baye.
André Cayatte is the genuine, nonconformist artist of passionate films, exploring themes of justice while fighting against censorship and the polite society of the post-war period.
A rebellious and irreverent director who trained alongside Federico Fellini on 8½, Lina Wertmüller shook up the chauvinist Italy of the 1960s.
The actress participated in a lively Q&A session on Monday that delighted the public.
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