Martin Scorsese, Lumière Award 2015 !
The Irishman by Martin Scorsese (2019, 3h30)
Shot in New York between September 2017 and March 2018, The Irishman, whose narrative begins in post-war America, is told by Frank Sheeran, a WWII veteran, professional grifter and hitman, who worked with the most notorious members of organized crime of the 20th century.
Auditorium of Lyon ma 15 19h15
Ken Loach returns to the Lumière festival
Laureate of the Lumière Award in 2012, and since crowned with a second Palme d’Or, Ken Loach comes back to Lyon for an exceptional – and political – meeting with the public, and the premiere of his new movie, Sorry We Missed You, selected for competition at the Cannes Film Festival this year.
Sorry We Missed You by Ken Loach (2019, 1h40)
Ricky becomes an “independent contractor,” a delivery man for the gig economy, in order to provide for his family. The apparent utopia of today’s “opportunities” soon turns into an unmanageable, complicated and harmful mess. The film illustrates a family’s struggle in the face of the violence of liberalism.
Institut Lumière Wed.16 9:15pm
Meet Ken Loach in the presence of Clémentine Autain
Comédie Odéon Thu.17 11:30am
Roman Coppola will introduce his film CQ au festival Lumière !
The festival will have the pleasure of screening his movie CQ, released in 2001. A heartfelt ode to the cinema (and, in a way, to his father, a young American living in 1960s Paris), starring Billy Zane, Elodie Bouchez, Gérard Depardieu, among others, the film will be introduced by Roman Coppola in the big movie theater of the Institut Lumière, in a beautiful 35mm print.
Official Selection – Cannes Film Festival (out of competition)
The Chabat party
The Lumière festival is ten years old, Asterix & Obelix: Mission Cleopatra is... 17 years old! For the fun of it, the whole team will be at the Halle Tony Garnier for a crazy evening to celebrate this comedy classic of French cinema.
Asterix & Obelix: Mission Cleopatra by Alain Chabat (Astérix et Obélix : Mission Cléopâtre, 2002, 1h48)
The famous Gauls are called to Egypt by Cleopatra to help build a sumptuous palace... A classic cult comedy with an incredible cast, directed by the master of humor, Alain Chabat.
Halle Tony Garnier Thu.17 8:15pm
Homage to Serge Reggiani
A tribute to a touching figure of French cinema and a wonderful singer of French songs. A conversation with Jean-Loup Dabadie on his scripts and texts sung by Reggiani, featuring film screenings.
The Lovers of Verona by André Cayatte (Les Amants de Vérone, 1949, 1h43, VFSTA)
Italy, after 1945. On the set of “Romeo and Juliet,” Angelo (Serge Reggiani), a glassmaker, and Georgia (Anouk
Aimée), daughter of a former fascist magistrate, fall madly in love. Like in Shakespeare’s play, fate plays cruel tricks on them... The tragedy of pure love in the face of the wretched.
Comoedia Sun.13 11:15am | Pathé Bellecour Wed.16 2:15pm | Lumière Fourmi Thu.17 4:15pm
Vincent, François, Paul and the Others... by Claude Sautet (Vincent, François, Paul et les autres…,1974, 1h53)
Great friends, Vincent (Yves Montand), François (Michel Piccoli), Paul (Serge Reggiani) and Jean (Gérard Depardieu) get together every Sunday. They each have their woes, but those of Vincent seem more serious... A beautiful movie full of life, emotion and melancholy.
Pathé Bellecour Thu.17 10pm | Lumière Terreaux Sat.19 7pm
Henri-Georges Clouzot’s Inferno by Serge Bromberg and Ruxandra Medrea (L’Enfer d’Henri-Georges Clouzot, 2009, 1h40)
1964. Clouzot begins filming the revolutionary picture Inferno, starring Romy Schneider and Serge Reggiani, but after encountering a host of major problems, the project is abandoned, and the film reels disappear. After finding them, Serge Bromberg and Ruxandra Medrea release a fascinating documentary about the seemingly cursed movie.
Villa Lumière Mon.14 11:15am
Serge Reggiani singer –an homage by Jean-Loup Dabadie
Institut Lumière Thu.17 6pm
The Trilogy of the Dead by George A. Romero
George A. Romero revolutionized horror films forever, and his three flicks, Night of the Living Dead, Dawn of the Dead and Day of the Dead cemented his status as the undisputed master of zombies. Screened in restored and widescreen prints, prepare yourself for major chills.
Night of the Living Dead by George A. Romero (1968, 1h36)
Barbara and her brother Johnny visit the tomb of their father. When a haggard-looking man attacks Johnny,
Barbara takes refuge in a house with other fugitives... A cult film that revolutionized the horror genre and whose power and popularity endure today.
Institut Lumière Sat.12 10pm 1st film of mini all-nighter | Lumière Bellecour Sun.13 9:15pm | Villeurbanne Mon.14 8:30pm | UGC Confluence Wed.16 10pm
Dawn of the Dead by George A. Romero (1978, 1h57)
The living dead stir up chaos. Francine, her boyfriend and two acquaintances entrench themselves in a
mall... A movie at once realistic, gory and pushed to the limit by the master of zombies.
Institut Lumière Sat.12 10pm 2nd film of mini all-nighter | Pathé Bellecour Fri.18 10pm | Lumière Terreaux Sat.19 9:30pm
Day of the Dead by George A. Romero (1985, 1h42)
Zombies now rule the world. In a missile silo, a group of humans survives. Soldiers and scientists first conspire together, but are soon pitted against each other, under constant threat of being executed or killed by zombies. They search for a remedy. The third installment of the “Trilogy of the Dead” saga - dark and psychological.
Institut Lumière Sat.12 10pm 3rd film of mini all-nighter | Comoedia Tue.15 9:45pm | Lumière Bellecour Fri.18 9:45pm
Clémentine Autain, the daughter of the actress and author of Dites-lui que je l’aime (Grasset), will join us to talk about her mother through her book and the screening of The Crying Woman by Jacques Doillon.
The Crying Woman by Jacques Doillon (La Femme qui pleure, 1979, 1h31)
Dominique lives with her daughter in Haute-Provence. The return of the unfaithful Jacques, who she had thrown out, reawakens her despair... Dominique Laffin poured her soul in this role of a hurt woman, overwhelmed by her emotions.
Comoedia Wed.16 4:45pm | Villa Lumière Thu.17 11am
A premiere of the documentary by François Busnel and Adrien Soland, Seule la terre est éternelle, dedicated to this giant of American literature and a faithful friend of the Institut Lumière and the festival.
Seule la terre est éternelle by François Busnel and Adrien Soland (2019, 1h52)
Jim Harrison, shortly before his passing, takes us on a journey through majestic American landscapes... A portrait of America, an artist's life and an ode to nature, interspersed with previously unseen images from personal archives.
Institut Lumière Tue.15 6:30pm | Lumière Bellecour Sun.20 2:30pm
The launch of “Sterling Hayden, l’irrégulier” (La Rabbia) by Philippe Garnier, a biography of the fearless actor.
The Long Goodbye by Robert Altman (1973, 1h52)
Lennox asks his friend Marlowe, a private detective, to take him to Mexico. Upon his return, the police accuse Marlowe of murdering the wife of Lennox... A melancholic thriller of ferocious humor, starring Elliott Gould
and Sterling Hayden as a washed-up writer.
Institut Lumière Mon.14 9:15pm | UGC Astoria Tue.15 8:30pm | Cinéma Opéra Wed.16 2:15pm
Screening of A Letter to Freddy Buache, a short film by Jean-Luc Godard, in tribute to the figure who was director of the Cinémathèque Suisse in Lausanne for nearly half a century and “the biggest rebel of Swiss cinema,” who passed away this year.
A Letter to Freddy Buache by Jean-Luc Godard (Lettre à Freddy Buache, 1982, 11min, VFSTA/Alld)
From the sky to water, from trees to stone, from blue to green. The filmmaker meanders through his thoughts... A visual gem, where Godard reinvents the cinema in the manner of the Lausanne surrealists, in homage to
his friend, Freddy Buache, historic director of the Swiss Cinematheque, who left us in May.
Institut Lumière Tue.15 11am (screened before Miracle in Milan)
Music and cinema
An invitation to Vincent Delerm, singer, songwriter and film buff, for the premiere of his first film, Je ne sais pas si c’est tout le monde.
Je ne sais pas si c’est tout le monde by Vincent Delerm (2019, 59min)
A first foray into film, musical and photographic, an extension of Vincent Delerm's work on the internal life, on memory and our relationships to others.
Institut Lumière Sun.13 2:45pm
Gaspar Noé mini all-nighter
Special night with Irreversible, as well as the new version of the film, entitled Irreversible - Inversion intégrale and his medium-length feature, Lux Æterna, in its first theatrical showing. In the presence of Gaspar Noé.
Irreversible by Gaspar Noé (Irréversible, 2002, 1h39)
The police embark Marcus (Vincent Cassel) and Pierre (Albert Dupontel) in front of a nightclub, where they were searching for a man. During the night, Marcus’ girlfriend (Monica Bellucci) had been brutally raped... A night of descent into hell, told in reverse chronological order. An immersive and shocking work.
Please note: this movie does not include English subtitles as originally announced.
Lux Æterna by Gaspar Noé (2019, 50min, VFSTA)
Filming is not going well, and, on the set, chaos reigns. Everyone is talking, commenting, plotting. The atmosphere is supercharged... The new shocking vision of Gaspar Noé, an experimentation on form and sound with Béatrice Dalle and Charlotte Gainsbourg.
Irréversible – Inversion intégrale by Gaspar Noé (2019, 1h26)
In this new version, Gaspar Noé delivers the narration in chronological order. The story of revenge after an unimaginably violent rape becomes the couple’s reality. They spiral into pure horror... Viewed as the “B-side” of the original film, at once clearer and darker.
Please note: this movie does not include English subtitles as originally announced.
UGC Astoria Thu.17 7:30pm
Flowers of Shanghai by Hou Hsiao-Hsien (Hai shang hua,1998, 2h10)
Shanghai, 19th century. Wang is a highly ranked foreign affairs official. He is torn between two courtesans, Crimson and Jasmin... A sublime, venomous huis clos, with the charismatic Tony Chiu Wai Leung.
Lumière Terreaux Sun.13 8:15pm | Lumière Fourmi Fri.18 8:15pm
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