Le Roi lion by Roger Allers and Rob Minkoff (In French, 1994, 1h28)
Simba, a bold young prince, flees the kingdom upon the death of his father Mufasa, wracked by guilt... Wonderful landscapes of Africa, hit songs, adventure and emotion, pure happiness.
Halle Tony Garnier Sun. 15 at 3pm
Of Norman origin (his name comes from “d’Isigny” sur Mer), Walt Disney often visited France, inspired by its literary heritage. His first cartoons were based on fables by Jean de La Fontaine (The Hare and the Tortoise, The Ant and the Grasshopper...), while great classics were based on fairy tales penned by Charles Perrault (Cinderella, Sleeping Beauty). Likewise, his real-life films were based on the collection, “Voyages extraordinaires” by Jules Verne (20,000 Leagues Under the Sea, The Children of Captain Grant). Still today, France continues to inspire the Disney and Pixar animation studios with beloved time-honored classics like AristoCats, Beauty and the Beast or The Hunchback of Notre Dame, and, in more recent years, Ratatouille or Cars 2 (action scenes in France). To celebrate this beautiful love story, on March 23, 2018, Disney will put out a commemorative boxed set containing four great animated films where the action takes place in France (The Aristocats, Beauty and the Beast, The Hunchback of Notre Dame, Ratatouille). Four masterpieces you can (re)discover on the big screen exclusively at the Lumière festival!
The AristoCats by Wolfgang Reitherman (In French, 1970, 1h18)
A cat named Duchess and her adorable kittens are abandoned in open country. They will return to Paris with the help of a gutter cat named Thomas O'Malley. Bouncy tunes and jazz tracks... It's going to be a swingin’ time!
Pathé Bellecour Wed. 18 at 2pm I UGC Confluence Sat. 21 at 10:30am I Dardilly Sun. 22 at 4pm
Beauty and the Beast by Gary Trousdale and Kirk Wise (In French, 1991, 1h24)
To save her father, Belle agrees to be held prisoner in his place at the castle of a terrifying beast. Magical, unforgettable characters and a love story ... A great Disney classic!
UGC Confluence Wed. 18 at 2:30pm I Pathé Bellecour Sat. 21 at 2:15pm I Sainte-Foy-lès-Lyon Sun. 22 at 2:30pm
The Hunchback of Notre Dame by Gary Trousdale and Kirk Wise (In French, 1996, 1h31)
The hunchback Quasimodo lives as a recluse in Notre Dame cathedral. He comes out on a day of celebration and meets the beautiful Esmeralda... A superb adaptation of Victor Hugo's novel.
Comœdia Wed. 18 at 2pm I UGC Astoria Sat. 21 at 10:30am I Décines Sun. 22 at 2:30pm
Ratatouille by Brad Bird and Jan Pikava (In French, 2007, 1h51)
Remy dreams of becoming the chef of a great starred restaurant in Paris. The only thing is… Remy is a rat... Endearing characters, gorgeous images, incessant laughter. A real delight!
Pathé Bellecour Sun. 15 at 10:45am I UGC Astoria Wed. 18 at 2:30pm I Comœdia Sat. 21 at 2:30pm
Plus, don’t miss the burlesque films of Buster Keaton and Harold Lloyd, to discover with the whole family (and in cine-concerts). Thousands of schoolchildren participate in Lumière every year, and a High School Prize is awarded at the end of the festival.
With the support of the Embassy of the United States of America.
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