Well, Lumière 2016 is over. The festival wrapped up symbolically at the Halle Tony Garnier on a note of myriad beauty, thanks, obviously, to Catherine Deneuve.
Catherine Deneuve received the Lumière Award, surrounded by her close friends (Vincent Lindon, Roman Polanski, Lambert Wilson…)
From October 8 to 16, get your copy of Lumière 2016, the newspaper at any festival venue.
Relive the daily events of the festival with slideshows of guests, screenings, theater scenes, the festival village…
A heavyweight souvenir containing all the films screened during the festival, with fact sheets enriched with visuals and newly published images.
Preceded by Park Chan-wook and Costa-Gavras, Catherine Deneuve pass behind the camera for the first time, with an A-list cast, an open script and various "surprises."
The master class by Catherine Deneuve lived up to all its promises of humility and generosity.
Grand producer Jeremy Thomas came to Lumière to discuss the career of his filmmaker father, Ralph Thomas. Recap.
The producer and distributer of Losange Films received the Fabienne Vonier award, which recognizes women in the shadows of cinema.
At his master class, Park Chan-wook took the opportunity to explain the harshness of his films, without digression. Highlights.
Coming directly from the (in)famous festival mâchon, the actor led a spontaneous conversation with Thierry Frémaux. The vulgarity of the era, his commitment as an actor, the passing of time… Vincent Lindon said it all. Highlights.
Quentin Tarantino was at the Auditorium of Lyon to unfurl his movie passion and explicitly expound his 1970 program, hand-picked just for the festival. An unforgettable first.
On Wednesday, hundreds of kids came to see the story of a little boy and his companion, The Iron Giant, by Brad Bird. Comments and impressions.
The director of Irreversible was at the Comédie-Odéon to give a master class with no holds barred!
Nicolas Winding Refn came to Lyon to discuss Bleeder, his second film. Never released in theaters before, his aesthetic preoccupations laid the foundation for Drive.
The director of review Positif received the Bernard Chardère award 2016, which recognizes a film critic for his contributions to the profession.
Harrison was both a poet and a lover of life. The tribute his friends paid at the Hangar du Premier Film served to confirm these ideas.
Tuesday, it was Jean-Loup Dabadie's turn to give a master class at the Comédie Odéon, where we learned that his genial nature is a product of precision.
Although Al Pacino got his big break in The Panic in Needle Park, another (famous) actor wanted the role. The inside scoop.
The singer was the surprise guest of the Télérama cinema club. A great chance to ascertain that his film-buff passion is no bluff!!
Emmanuelle Béart came to Pathé Bellecour to celebrate the 30 years of Jean de Florette and Manon of the spring. A rare appearance.
It happened on Monday, October 10 at the Comédie Odéon. A look back at the master class of the the action men, artistic connoisseurs!
Formé à l'école de Lodtz, invitée cette année au festival, il fut l'un des plus grands réalisateurs polonais.
A roundup in several choice phrases, of the master class by the composer of The Chorus soundtrack.
Quentin Tarantino was at Pathé Bellecour yesterday to present Beyond the Valley of the Dolls by Russ Meyer.
Il était l'une des figures les plus joviales de l'audiovisuel. Pierre Tchernia s'est éteint aujourd'hui à l'âge de 88 ans. Hommage.
It happened Saturday at the Halle Tony Garnier, with QT, Walter Hill, Monica Bellucci and countless others in attendance. Pure magic!
Le cinéaste a reçu le Prix Raymond Chirat, qui consacre chaque année un historien du cinéma.
"Love stories end badly in general," goes a classic French tune. In Carné's Daybreak, the end crashes in with rare panache.
Antoine Sire has issued a passionate, colossal work dedicated to women who made Hollywood, inspiring the series at this year's festival. Interview.
With Imitation of Life, Douglas Sirk created the ultimate melodrama on both an emotional and romantic level. A closer look.
With just 40 Euros in your pocket, what items can you find at the festival Cinema Fair this weekend? You'd be surprised…
A specialist of forgotten films in the face of history, Serge Bromberg sits down with us to talk about the last great film of Buster Keaton.
Based on the types of guys from The Hangover, find out which one is hiding inside you.
Once again, women, be they actresses or directors, take center stage at the festival. A closer look.
Throughout her career, Catherine Deneuve has taken on multiple identities, even during a single period.
A forgotten filmmaker, Antonio Pietrangeli was a pioneer of Italian comedy, but also a precocious defender of women's circumstances.
Part of the QT 1970 program, a sensual meandering through an America gripped by doubt and anger.
A surprising and highly rebellious black comedy, filmed a year before the fall of the Berlin Wall, by Russian director Karen Shakhnazarov.
The young Canadian actor, discovered by Xavier Dolan, explains his reasons for wanting to take part in the festival tribute to the writer.
He discovered Al Pacino and picked up the Palme d'Or in 1973. A closer look at Yankee Jerry Schatzberg, a loyalist among loyalists of the festival.
Benoît Haimermann, senior reporter for L'Équipe, pays tribute to the great writer who left us this spring, whom we honor this year at the festival.
A Korean cousin of Quentin Tarantino, Park Chan-wook is creating cinema that, behind the inventiveness, confronts us with our own doubts.
Serge Magner catering invited the famous (and cinephile!) Lyonnais chef to create cuisine for the Village.
For 3 years, Quentin Tarantino watched all the movies released in the world in 1970. He extracted 15 of them to compose an inspiring lineup for Lumière.
Based in Lyon, Lumières Numeriques has notably performed the restoration of Costa-Gavras' The Sleeping Car Murder, to be shown at the festival.
The Mummy, The Werewolf, Frankenstein, Dracula, The Invisible Man… A review of the Universal bestiary reveals historical circumstances that are anything but arbitrary.
Et si on révaluait la filmographie tardive de Marcel Carné, marquée par la fin de sa collaboration avec Jacques Prévert ?
A tribute to the first - and for a long time the only - woman director accepted by Hollywood, Dorothy Arzner…
A handful of the most striking scenes from the filmography of the "Tarantino of South Korea."
Jim Harrison was the great novelist of American nature and man in the face of it…
Until we pay tribute in Lyon, we sit down with the prolific, multi-gifted man of letters, Jean-Loup Dabadie.
"All my films are westerns," Walter Hill has often said. Meaning violent, deliberately mute, legendary…
From Bruce Lee (The Way of the Dragon) to Russ Meyer (Beyond the Valley of the Dolls) or the Polish sci-fi classic (Voyage to the End of the Universe), take a tour of 5 films outside the norm.
From the painting that inspired it to the musical comedy that preceded it, discover secrets of the film by Brad Bird.
Tune in at the festival website, Deezer.com and Radio Lyon Première (90.2 FM). The world’s only radio created for a film festival!
Some 20 categories, the Catherine Deneuve video club, films from the lineup.
Located in the heart of the Village, the festival library welcomes you from October 8 to 16, 10:30am to 9pm.
The new collection of Lumière casual wear, designed and printed in Lyon, the birthplace of the cinematograph.
Lumière 2016 is coming to the municipalities of the metropolis!
From a selection of Japanese movie posters of Catherine Deneuve to Buster Keaton photos, 8 exhibitions with free entry await you.
Show your support for a unique cultural event.
Every year, school students of all ages can participate in the Lumière festival.
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