The Lumière festival all-nighter
At the Halle Tony Garnier
Saturday, October 21 from 8:30pm till dawn
Bar, makeshift dormitory behind the screen and complimentary breakfast.
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Gravity by Alfonso Cuaron
Followed by Interstellar by Christopher Nolan
Followed by Star Trek by J.J. Abrams
Followed by The Martian by Ridley Scott
The All-Nighter will be hosted by Fabrice Calzettoni, along with Vincent Heidelberg.
Fabrice Calzettoni is the head of pedagogy at the Institut Lumière.
Vincent Heidelberg is a YouTuber in the space domain (Stardust-The Space Channel), a resident science facilitator at the Planetarium of Vaulx-en-velin (http://www.planetariumvv.com/), specialized in astronautics. You can follow him on YouTube
Tickets on sale!
15 € / 13 € accredited members and students
by Alfonso Cuarón (2013, 1h30)
For her first expedition aboard a Space Shuttle, Dr. Ryan Stone, a brilliant medical engineering expert, accompanies astronaut Matt Kowalsky. But what seems initially like a routine spacewalk turns into a catastrophe. When the shuttle is destroyed, Stone and Kowalsky find themselves alone, floating in the darkness of space...
by Christopher Nolan (2014, 2h49)
While planet Earth is dying, Cooper, a Nasa veteran, tries to lead a normal life in the countryside with his children. But authorities have discovered a cosmic tunnel toward a new planet, capable of sustaining human life. Cooper must leave his family behind and embark on a perilous journey outside the galaxy...
by J.J. Abrams (2009, 2h08)
The young crew of the USS Enterprise, the most sophisticated spaceship in history, must do everything possible to prevent the vengeance of an evil being. The fate of the galaxy is in the hands of two officers who are diametrically opposed. On one hand, James Kirk is a hothead in search of thrilling adventures, on the other, Spock comes from a society based on logic which shuns all expressions of emotion...
by Ridley Scott (2015, 2h24)
During an expedition to Mars, astronaut Mark Watney is left for dead by his team after a violent storm causes them to make an emergency departure. But Mark has survived and finds himself all alone on a hostile planet, with no way to leave. He will have to count on his intelligence and ingenuity to stay alive and find a way to contact the Earth...
Orange, a partner of the Lumière festival, shows its support for the cinema by participating in this year's Outer Space All-nighter.
Play all night on Twitter by tweeting your top space selfies with @OrangeAuRA @FestLumière and a get chance to win super prizes!