Created in 2010, at this event, kids, parents, and recreational and cultural center, can attend a special screening on a giant screen at the Halle Tony Garnier in the afternoon of Wednesday, October 16. A snack is served to the kids at the end of the movie.
Lumière 2010: Le Roi et l'oiseau by Paul Grimault and Jacques Prévert
Lumière 2011: La Guerre des boutons by Yves Robert with the presence of the actors
Lumière 2012: E.T. The Extra-Terrestrial by Steven Spielberg
Lumière 2013: Belle and Sebastien by Nicolas Vanier
In partnership with the children's program "Wednesdays in Lyon."
For more information, contact the pedagogical service of the Institut Lumière at
Photo : J-L.Mège
The Immigrant, The Cure, The Pawn Shop, The Adventurer by Charles Chaplin (1916-1917, 1:42)
Chaplin plays a young alcoholic European immigrant arriving in New York at a peaceful resort
spa; an employee in a thrift store; a prison escapee who saves a mother and daughter from drowning. Chaplin created the character of the Tramp for films with a fast-paced and irresistible humor. To see with the family!
Pathé Bellecour Thu. 1:30pm | Saint-Genis-Laval Sat. 8:30pm | Institut Lumière Theater 2 Sun. 2:30pm
The festival once again partners up with Les Toiles Enchantées, the association created by Gisèle Tsobanian and chaired by Alain Chabat, whose purpose is to organize screenings in pediatric hospitals and specialized establishments for sick or disabled children and teenagers.
The festival will propose the screening of a film at the Women and Children’s Hospital in Bron on Wednesday afternoon, at the same time as other children are discovering the film at the Halle Tony Garnier. The film will be presented by one of the guests of the festival.
With the support of BNP Paribas.
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