Documentaries sur le cinéma

Previously unseen documentaries on the big screen will allow festivalgoers to discover the lives and worlds of Jacques Deray, Jane Fonda, Jean Bouise or Buster Keaton (by Peter Bogdanovich)... Not to mention documentary-events Searching for Ingmar Bergman or The Three Amigos series. The latter is dedicated to today’s golden trio of Mexican cinema: Alfonso Cuarón, Alejandro González Iñárritu and Guillermo del Toro.

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One Day Since Yesterday: Peter Bogdanovich & The Lost American Film by Bill Teck (2014, 1h37) 
1980. A tragedy upends the shooting of They All Laughed by Peter Bogdanovich. A dignified portrait of a devastated man and a tribute to the cinema auteur of the 1970s.
Villa Lumière Fri.19 2:45pm

Searching for Ingmar Bergman by Margarethe von Trotta, Felix Moeller and Bettina Böhler (Ingmar Bergman - Vermächtnis eines Jahrhundertgenies, 2018, 1h39)
Portrait of the Swedish master, to celebrate his centenary. Through interviews with many filmmakers, including Liv Ullmann, Margarethe von Trotta testifies to the director's major influence on the history of cinema.
Institut Lumière Wed.17 9am | Lumière Terreaux Thu.18 4:45pm

Hedy Lamarr, l’invention d’une star by Claudia Collao (2018, 52min) 
Hedy Lamarr, an actress who filmed with the Hollywood greats, was subsequently forgotten... A look back at the destiny of a liberated woman.
Villa Lumière Fri.19 11:15am

1982, A Summer in Hollywood by Jac and Johan (1982, 2018, 52min)
An assessment of the evolution of the blockbuster, through nine movies from the summer of 1982: E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial, The Thing, Blade Runner, Rocky 3, Mad Max 2, Tron, Conan the Barbarian, Poltergeist and Star Trek 2.
Villa Lumière Sat.13 2:30pm

In the Tracks of Alexandre Desplat by Pascale Cuénot (2018, 1h01)
An inside look at rehearsals and new creations to rediscover the filmography of French composer and conductor, Alexandre Desplat, winner of two Oscars for Best Original Music Score.
Villa Lumière Sat.20 11am

Jacques Deray : «J’ai connu une belle époque» by Agnès Vincent-Deray (2018, 54min)
With the help of Charlotte Rampling and Jean-Louis Trintignant (among others), Agnès Vincent-Deray draws an intimate portrait of the perfectionist filmmaker and illustrious representative of the crime film, who was also vice-president of the Institut Lumière.
Villa Lumière Sun.14 2:45pm

Jane Fonda in Five Acts by Susan Lacy (2018, 2h15)
Sex symbol, activist, fitness guru, and two-time Oscar winner Jane Fonda talks about her life in this extensive interview, interspersed with archive images and conversations with her family, as well as rare images of her current life, at age 80.
Comœdia Tue.16 7pm | Institut Lumière Sat.20 10am

Jean Bouise, un héros très discret by Géraldine Boudot (2018, 52min)
A profile of one of the greatest supporting actors of French cinema from the 1960s to the 1990s, since his débuts at the TNP in Villeurbanne.
Villa Lumière Sun.14 11:15am

L’Image originelle - 3 épisodes : David Lynch, Lars von Trier, Olivier Assayas by Pierre-Henri Gibert (2018, 1h25)
David Lynch, Lars von Trier, Olivier Assayas: three filmmakers, three nationalities, three career paths. A series about the beginnings and developmental experiences of each director.
Villa Lumière Wed.17 4:15pm

Mylène Demongeot, la Milady du cinéma by Dominique Besnehard (2018, 50min)
Mylène Demongeot looks back on more than sixty years of a career that includes nearly 90 films and TV movies...
Villa Lumière Wed.17 2:45pm

Rien n’est jamais gagné by Philippe Le Guay
(2018, 1h05)
With much humanity and steering clear of clichés, Philippe Le Guay (The Women of the 6th Floor, Bicycling with Molière...) draws a portrait of legendary French producer Jean-Louis Livi and gives an account of the fragility of cinema.
Villa Lumière Thu.18 2:15pm

Robert Enrico - Bref passage sur la Terre by Jérôme Enrico (2018, 1h20)
Jérôme Enrico talks about the career of his father, Robert, from the latter’s first short film, An Occurrence at Owl Creek Bridge, awarded at the Cannes Film Festival and the Oscars, to his cinema successes, The Wise Guys or The Old Gun.
Villa Lumière Tue.16 11:15am

The Great Buster: A Celebration by Peter Bogdanovich (2018, 1h40) 
Who was Buster Keaton, one of the most prolific American filmmakers? Peter Bogdanovich takes a very personal dive into the work of this visionary artist who revolutionized burlesque cinema.
Institut Lumière Wed.17 2:30pm | Villa Lumière Sun.21 11:15am

The Three Amigos by Christophe d’Yvoire, Jean-Pierre Lavoignat and Cyril Bron (2018)
A portrait of three friends, three directors, who comprise the new golden age of Mexican cinema, with international renown.
Alfonso Cuarón (58min)
Pathé Bellecour Mon.15 5:30pm
Guillermo del Toro (55min)
Pathé Bellecour Mon.15 7pm (Film 1)
Alejandro González Iñárritu (58min)
Pathé Bellecour Mon.15 7pm (Film 2)

They’ll Love Me When I’m Dead by Morgan Neville (2018, 1h38) 
Why did Orson Welles' last film remain unfinished for so long? Through archives and interviews, this documentary looks back on the genesis of The Other Side of the Wind and the director's final years.
Villa Lumière Tue.16 9pm | Pathé Bellecour Thu.18 5pm

Trumbull Land by Gregory Wallet (2018, 52min)
The career path of Douglas Trumbull, the grand maestro of visual effects, for groundbreaking films such as Blade Runner, Close Encounters of the Third Kind, Tree of Life, and 2001: A Space Odyssey.
Villa Lumière Mon.15 4:15pm

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