With his unique visual style, recognisable by all, he creates fables that are both comical and elegiac, alternating between animation and live action with the same meticulous attention to detail. At the Lumière film festival, Wes Anderson will introduce some of his films and his new short, The Wonderful Story of Henry Sugar.
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Credit image : © Institut Lumière / J.L Mège
An evening with Wes Anderson
Monday, October 16 octobre at 7:30pm at the Auditorium of Lyon
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Rushmore by Wes Anderson (1998, 1h34)
Max Fischer could easily pass for an exemplary pupil, but he is actually the worst dunce at Rushmore Academy... The cast includes Bill Murray, Owen Wilson and Jason Schwartzman in a bittersweet comedy that crosses several genres.
Comœdia Sun 15 8:45pm | Pathé Bellecour Mon 16 2pm | UGC Confluence Tue 17 6:45pm
The Darjeeling Limited by Wes Anderson (2007, 1h31)
Aboard a train in India, the spiritual quest of three brothers following the death of their father quickly goes off the rails... Adrien Brody, Owen Wilson and Jason Schwartzman are brilliantly orchestrated in a typically Anderson-like world.
Institut Lumière (Hangar) Sun 15 5pm | UGC Confluence Tue 17 11:15am | Tassin la Demi-Lune Thu 19 8:30pm | UGC Astoria Fri 20 2pm | Institut Lumière (Villa) Sat 21 9:15pm & Institut Lumière (Villa) Sat 21 9:30pm
Moonrise Kingdom by Wes Anderson (2012, 1h34)
Suzy and Sam fall in love during the summer and run away together. Everyone on the island comes together to find them as a storm approaches... A dreamlike film with choreographic direction, starring Frances McDormand, Bill Murray, Bruce Willis and Edward Norton.
UGC Confluence Sun 15 6:30pm | Comœdia Tue 17 6:45pm | UGC Astoria Sun 22 2:30pm
The Grand Budapest Hotel by Wes Anderson (2014, 1h39)
The manager of the Grand Budapest Hotel hires an emigrant lobby boy who is very popular with the guests. When one of them dies, she leaves him a precious painting... Tilda Swinton, Ralph Fiennes, Bill Murray and Owen Wilson star in this story within a story of aesthetic perfection by miniaturist genius Wes Anderson.
Auditorium Mon 16 7:30pm | UGC Confluence Sat 21 2pm | Pathé Bellecour Sun 22 4:30pm
Isle of Dogs by Wes Anderson (2018, 1h41)
Spots and all the dogs in the town of Megasaki are quarantined because of an epidemic. Atari, a twelve-year-old and his merry band of fearless dogs come to the rescue... A stop-motion tribute to Miyazaki and Kurosawa, with music by Alexandre Desplat.
Pathé Bellecour Mon 16 11:15am | UGC Astoria Thu 19 5:45pm | Lumière Terreaux Fri 20 11am
The Wonderful Story of Henry Sugar by Wes Anderson (2023, 40min)
Henry Sugar (Benedict Cumberbatch), a gambling addict, learns that an Indian guru "sees without using his eyes". He decides to use this method to his advantage in the casinos... A zany and delightful adaptation of the short story by Roald Dahl.
Auditorium Mon 16 7:30pm
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