Enfant terrible of the New Wave of the early eighties, Jean-Luc Godard crossed the new millennium with works of singular radicalism (Film Socialisme, Goodbye to Language...). These works will be screened, along with the premiere of his latest film, The Image Book, which received a special Palme d'Or in Cannes. The event will launch the ambitious undertaking by the Institut Lumière over the coming months and years: the screening at Rue du Premier-Film of Godard’s entire filmography.
The Image Book by Jean-Luc Godard (Le Livre d'image, 2018, 1h24)
A reflection on the chaos of the world, an urgent discourse, a protest film of an uncompromising artist. Special Palme d'Or at the Cannes Film Festival, screened as a premiere.
Institut Lumière Thu.18 2:45pm | Lumière Terreaux Fri.19 5pm | Comœdia Sat.20 8pm
In Praise of Love by Jean-Luc Godard (Éloge de l'amour, 2001, 1h37)
A young filmmaker wants to recount the four key stages of love through the story of three couples of different generations... A visual and intimate exploration of the ages of life.
Lumière Bellecour Mon.15 5:15pm
Our Music by Jean-Luc Godard (Notre musique, 2004, 1h20, Ger ST)
Realm 1 – Hell. Realm 2 – Purgatory. Realm 3 – Heaven. Through three movements based on Dante's Divine Comedy, JLG questions wars and politics, offering his vision of the state of the world.
Lumière Bellecour Mon.15 7:30pm
Histoire(s) du cinéma - Moments choisis by Jean-Luc Godard (2004, 1h20, Eng ST)
A contemplation on history, an ode to cinema and cinephilia, a poetic essay and personal diary, these “Selected Moments” from the epic 1999 documentary, Histoire(s) du cinéma by Jean-Luc Godard, probe the origins and key moments of the History of cinema.
Villa Lumière Thu.18 7pm
Film socialisme by Jean-Luc Godard (2010, 1h42)
A cruise on the Mediterranean; children summoning their parents to the court of their childhood; challenging the veracity of myths... An essay in the form of a polymorphic collage, in the filmmaker’s trademark style.
Lumière Bellecour Mon.15 9:30pm
Goodbye to Language 3D by Jean-Luc Godard (Adieu au langage 3D, 2014, 1h10)
A married woman and a single man meet. They fall in love, argue, insult each other. A dog wanders between the city and the country. Seasons go by... Godard discards all the rules in this inventive and experimental collage.
Pathé Bellecour Mon.15 10:45am
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