The closing ceremony of the Lumière festival was held on Sunday, October 22 at the Halle Tony Garnier in front of an audience of 5,000.
A report on the round table held in Lyon, Women and Cinema: Pioneers.
Portrait of a passionate fan of Henri Verneuil and a Lumière festival loyalist.
Final analysis for our noble journalist who will have covered the festival from multiple points of view.
The Lumière Award recipient shot her very first film, a remake of Leaving the Lumière Factory.
A round-up of the Lumière Award ceremony and discoveries by Preminger and Decoin.
Swept away by emotion, Jane Fonda received the Lumière Award in Lyon last night, surrounded by a decidedly feminine presence.
An encounter with Claire Denis and a portrait of Le Passage, one of the major haunts of the festival.
The producer of KG Productions received the distinction on Thursday, October 19th, accompanied by her husband and children.
Exclusive interview with the genial Algerian artiste.
The laureate of the Lumière Award made a first appearance last night at the Hangar du Premier-Film.
The Chinese superstar introduced Ang Lee’s Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon yesterday and A Touch of Zen by King Hu.
We met the conductor, admired for taking silent movies into opera houses and concert halls.
Virginie Apiou approaches the cinema of the director and cultivated critic with zeal
The theater of Rue du Premier-Film was packed for the screening of The Image Book, the great French director’s new film.
Welles was a joker and a magician. The proof? 30 years after his death, he releases his new film!
The cult film by Robert Zemeckis generated charming nostalgia for the festivalgoers, who showed up in droves.
Seeing Claire Denis’ films screened at Lumière, with an audience, grouped together in a limited timeframe, is a very particular experience.
No “2001: A Space Odyssey” in 70mm for the journalist, but rich discoveries in the outer suburbs of Lyon
The 10th edition of the Lumière festival salutes the work of journalist Lucien Logette, director of review, “Jeune Cinéma.”
The legendary journalist of Positif magazine shares valuable advice on his profession in the framework of five thematic workshops.
The slammer visited young patients at the Woman-Mother-Child Hospital for the screening of “Kirikou and the Sorceress.”
The Day 5 report of the Lumière festival by the former Inrocks journalist. On the program: screening of a feminist film and dinner with Bernard Lavilliers.
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.
An exceptional 70mm screening of 2001: A Space Odyssey won over the audience of 2,000 at the Auditorium of Lyon last night in the presence of Douglas Trumbull, special effects magician.
The Mexican filmmaker gave us the inside details on his latest film, Roma.
Céline Locatelli would not have missed this year’s Lumière festival for anything in the world.
Monday morning, I had planned to see Henri Decoin’s “Toboggan” when I was invited to the traditional mâchon…
He doesn’t believe “in God, but in Al Pacino.” Expressive and hilarious, Spanish actor Javier Bardem evoked memories from his filming experiences.
A nearly three-hour conversation with this man of conviction, who speaks freely, with a devastating sense of humor.
The classic-of-classics is restored thanks to the remarkable work of the Hollywood Foreign Press Association.
After sharing an office for 20 years at the Ministry of Finance, the former colleagues became volunteers together.
The major announcement was made during the Max Linder film-concert at the Institut on Monday, October 15th.
Tarantino, Wong Kar-Wai and many other filmmakers proclaim well-deserved admiration for King Hu.
The English director tried her hand at just about everything: colors, misty black and whites, comedies, thrillers, social dramas, military curiosities
Present for the screening of “The Seduction of Joe Tynan,” Schatzberg says he was discovered by “talent scout” Pierre Rissient.
A host and initiator of forums and lectures on film music, Lerouge is this year’s recipient of the prize.
Slices of laughter, salivating questions: Jean-Pierre Jeunet, Marc Caro and Dominique Pinon served up a menu of choice for the public in Villeurbanne.
A moving discovery of the films of American Richard Thorpe and Frenchman Henri Decoin.
The grand Norwegian actress shared her memories during a master class both luminous and lively, in her image. Highliths.
Meher Tatna, President of the Hollywood Foreign Press Association, made a big proclamation last night before the screening of “The Red Shoes.”
A brief chat with a musician who confesses a boundless passion for the master of silent film.
The filmmaker talked straight into the microphone of Jean Ollé-Laprune, a living encyclopedia of French cinema.
A round-up of the opening ceremony of the festival's 10th edition, with a full-capacity crowd, on Saturday, October 13.
20 years later, the legendary director and actor of the Tarzan anthology chat on the stage of the Institut Lumière.
A Lumière festival volunteer for six years, this 38 year-old Mexican has multiplied his missions.
Like every year, Lumière 2018 got off to an exhilarating start, with an electric opening ceremony.
Journalist Serge Kaganski pens a daily column based on his spontaneous and astute observations.
Filmmaker Henri Decoin undoubtedly deserves to be rediscovered: from tense or psychological thrillers to historical films, dramas, musicals or romantic comedies, his filmography is a festival of genres.
The filmmaker tells his story through this sincere self-portrait, where he looks back on 50 years in cinema.
The first Chinese film to win an award at Cannes in 1975. A closer look at the masterpiece
To prepare us for this series of 3 documentaries to premiere at the Lumière festival, we spoke with one of its directors, Jean-Pierre Lavoignat.
Directed by Marco Tullio Giordana, the film celebrates its 15th anniversary this year and will be screened at the Lumière festival in the presence of the filmmaker and his team.
The British filmmaker brings us an unexpected miniseries starring Hugh Grant and Ben Wishaw. This drama with acerbic humor will be screened during the Lumière festival in the presence of Stephen Frears.
Lumière 2018 offers a rediscovery of Greystoke: The Legend of Tarzan, Lord of the Apes in the presence of Hugh Hudson and Christopher Lambert.
A selection of films with scandalous, raucous or cult reputations that can appeal to a young audience eager to enjoy gems of the festival.
Major specialist of Richard Thorpe, the cinema historian responds to our questions.
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