Nicolas Winding Refn

The Danish filmmaker will present his book The Act of Seeing edited by La Rabbia, Actes Sud and the Institut Lumière, from his collection of erotic and B series movie posters. An uncommon, underground cinephile… Encounter with NWR.

Master class
Comédie Odéon Wed. 3pm

Farewell Uncle Tom by Gualtiero Jacopetti and Franco Prosperi (Addio zio Tom, 1971, 2h04)
Filmmakers travel through time and shoot a documentary on slavery... A subversive satire of 19th century America, a violent and grotesque odyssey that was the source of much controversy upon its release. An NWR personal pick.
Institut Lumière Wed. 10pm

Valhalla Rising by Nicolas Winding Refn (2009, 1h30)
A Viking slave (Mads Mikkelsen) escapes and joins an expedition of Crusaders en route to Jerusalem... A diamond in the rough, both contemplative and spiritual. A brutally hypnotic visual odyssey.
Institut Lumière Wed. 5:15pm | Comœdia Thu. 10pm
Drive by Nicolas Winding Refn (2011, 1h40)
An ace driver (Ryan Gosling) lives an adrenaline-filled existence in LA as a movie stunt driver, mechanic, and getaway ride.... A virtuoso thriller of graphic violence; the downward spiral of a man who plunges at full speed toward dehumanization. NWR received the Best Director award for the film at Cannes.
UGC Confluence Tue. 8pm | CNP Bellecour Fri. 8pm


Sophia Loren

Icon of the golden age of Italian cinema, she has excelled at both comedy and at cinéma d'auteur under the direction of Vittorio De Sica, Ettore Scola, Dino Risi... all while achieving international stature. A tribute and an exceptional encounter with the sublimely talented actress.

Meet Sophia Loren at the Auditorium of Lyon
Auditorium Tue. 8pm

Two Women by Vittorio De Sica (La Ciociara, 1960, 1h41) 1943.
Widow Cesira (Sophia Loren) flees Rome during the war with her daughter Rosetta back to her native village... Sophia Loren blows up the screen in this heart-wrenching adaptation of Moravia's book, winning Best Actress awards both at Cannes and at the Oscars. Also starring Jean-Paul Belmondo.
Auditorium Tue. 8pm | Pathé Cordeliers Wed. 5:30pm

Marriage Italian Style by Vittorio De Sica (Matrimonio all’italiana, 1964, 1h44)
Domenico (Marcello Mastroianni), a rich Neapolitan, lives with his mistress Filumena (Sophia Loren), but is not interested in marrying her and merrily carries on with others. Filumena plays out a scenario and soon reveals secrets she has been keeping… The legendary couple of the cinema drives forward this touching classic Italian comedy.
Institut Lumière Tue. 4:45pm | Pathé Vaise Wed. 8pm | Pierrre-Bénite Thu. 8pm | Comœdia Sun. 11am

Human Voice by Edoardo Ponti (Voce umana, 2014, 25min)
Naples in the 1950s. The last telephone conversation between a woman and her lover who leaves her for another... Sophia Loren is directed by her son in this adaptation of a play by Jean Cocteau.
Institut Lumière Tue. 4:45pm


John Lasseter

A huge event, the pioneer of digital animation and 3D, John Lasseter, creative director of Disney and Pixar Animation Studios, will present his films A Bug's Life and Cars, and give a master class.

Master class
Comédie Odéon Tue. 3pm

Toy Story by John Lasseter (1995, 1h27)
Woody the cowboy is Andy's favorite toy, but he smells trouble when the boy receives Buzz for his birthday, a lively and dashing astronaut... Friendship, jealousy, adventure, and larger than life heroes: the film that revolutionized cinema animation!
Halle Tony Garnier Wed. 2:30pm (VF) | Institut Lumière Mon. 11:15am (VOSTF)

A Bug's Life by John Lasseter and Andrew Stanton (1998, 1h35)

Flik, a clumsy ant, goes in search of "warriors" to fight against Hopper, a grasshopper that terrorizes the community... Twists and turns in breathtaking scenery.
Bron Sat. 2:30pm  (VF)

Cars by John Lasseter (2006, 1h36)
Lightning McQueen, the shiny red race car learns that in life, the journey is more important than the finish line... An instant classic still beloved by kids today, featuring a funny gallery of offbeat characters that only Pixar could have invented.
Pathé Bellecour Tue. 5:30pm (VOSTF)


Geraldine Chaplin

Discovered by David Lean in Doctor Zhivago, she was Carlos Saura's fetish actress, and shot for Martin Scorsese, Pedro Almodóvar, Robert Altman, or Alain Resnais, between Europe and America. She will present the recent Sand Dollars and host a master class.

Master class
Comédie Odéon Sat. 11am

Doctor Zhivago by David Lean (1965, 3h20)

A married Russian poet (Omar Sharif) falls for the wife of a political activist (Julie Christie)... A love story, an epic melodrama, and a dive into the Bolshevik Revolution. Also starring Géraldine Chaplin.
With intermission. Pathé Bellecour Thu. 7:45pm | Sainte Foy-lès- Lyon Fri. 8pm | Pathé Cordeliers Sat. 7:45pm | UGC Confluence Sun. 2:30pm

Peppermint frappé by Carlos Saura (1967, 1h25)

Julian, a single doctor, falls in love with the blond Elena, the wife a childhood friend. He meets a brunette nurse who looks uncannily like her... Geraldine Chaplin plays a seductive double role. Silver Bear for Best Director at Berlin.
Institut Lumière Fri. 2:30pm  | Comœdia Sat. 11am

The Age of Innocence by Martin Scorsese (1993, 2h19)

In 1870, a young solicitor (Daniel Day-Lewis) falls in love with the Countess Olenska (Michelle Pfeiffer), despite his engagement to another... The strength of sentiments and the conviction of appearances take turns in this subtle period piece.
Pathé Bellecour Sat. 7pm

Sand Dollars by Israel Cardenas
and Laura Amelia Guzmán (Dólares de arena, 2014, 1h25)
In the Dominican Republic, young girl Noeli with "love for sale" enters a complicated relationship with Anne (Géraldine Chaplin), a mature French woman... A modest look at two women between hope and lost illusions.
La Fourmi Sat. 5:30pm


Mads Mikkelsen

Revealed to audiences in the Pusher trilogy by his "partner in crime" Nicolas Winding Refn, Mikkelsen was awarded at Cannes for his role in The Hunt. Lumière proposes a meeting with the Danish actor, who is versed in major US productions (the villain in Casino Royale) as well as in European works.

Master class
Comédie Odéon Thu. 3pm

Valhalla Rising 
by Nicolas Winding Refn (2009, 1h30)

A Viking slave (Mads Mikkelsen) escapes and joins an expedition of Crusaders en route to Jerusalem... A diamond in the rough, both contemplative and spiritual. A brutally hypnotic visual odyssey.
Institut Lumière Wed. 5:15pm | Comœdia Thu. 10pm

The Hunt by Thomas Vinterberg (Jagten, 2012, 1h51)
An educator (Mads Mikkelsen) is suddenly accused of pedophilia. Overnight, his life takes a frenzied descent into hell as he becomes the victim of a witch-hunt. Best Actor award at Cannes.
Pathé Bellecour Thu. 2pm

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