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    73rd edition 07.10.20 . 11:30 AM Update :22.10.20 . 08:07 AM

    The Festival de Cannes 2020 Official Selection at Lyon's Lumière film festival

    Cannes 2020 at Lyon's Lumière Film Festival

    Cannes 2020 at Lyon's Lumière Film Festival © Lumière 2020

     

    After having made their mark at the AFCAE, Angoulême, Deauville and San Sebastián festivals, the Festival de Cannes 2020 films will be stopping off at Lyon's Lumière film festival from 10 to 18 October, before heading to Rome and back to the Croisette for three exceptional days.

    Over the course of eight days given over to celebrating film both past and present, members of the public and the media will be treated to previews of the twenty-three films from the Festival de Cannes 2020 Official Selection in the presence of their teams and crews.

     

    From returning directors and debut films, to comedies, hyperlink films, and animated films, discover the list of Cannes films due to be screened at Lumière, and find out when to catch them:

     

    French première

    DRUK (ANOTHER ROUND) by Thomas Vinterberg

    Institut Lumière Sunday 11 October at 8:30pm

    Comœdia Monday 12 October at 5:30pm

     

    ADN (DNA) by Maïwenn

    Comœdia Thursday 15 October at 8:15pm

     

    French première

    SUTEMOSE (IN THE DUSK) by Šarūnas Bartas

    Comœdia Tuesday 13 October at 6:00pm

    Lumière Terreaux Wednesday 14 October at 2:30pm

     

    French première

    FALLING by Viggo Mortensen

    Pathé Bellecour Sunday 11 October at 5:30pm

    Institut Lumière Monday 12 October at 8:45pm

     

    LES DEUX ALFRED (FRENCH TECH) by Bruno Podalydès

    UGC Confluence Tuesday 13 October at 8:30pm

     

    GAGARINE by Fanny Liatard & Jérémy Trouilh

    Comœdia Sunday 11 October at 6:00pm

     

    A GOOD MAN by Marie-Castille Mention-Schaar

    Institut Lumière Thursday 15 October at 2:00pm

     

    SLALOM by Charlène Favier

    Comœdia Saturday 17 October at 11:00am

     

    TEDDY by Ludovic and Zoran Boukherma

    UGC Confluence Monday 12 October at 6:30pm

     

    French première

    L’ORIGINE DU MONDE (THE ORIGIN OF THE WORLD) by Laurent Lafitte

    UGC Confluence Monday 12 October at 6:45pm

     

    French première

    SOUL by Pete Docter

    Pathé Bellecour Wednesday 14 October at 4:30pm

     

    SEIZE PRINTEMPS (SPRING BLOSSOM) by Suzanne Lindon

    Pathé Bellecour Wednesday 14 October at 6:30pm

     

    French première

    PASSION SIMPLE (SIMPLE PASSION) by Danielle Arbid

    Comœdia Wednesday 14 October at 8:30pm

     

    DES HOMMES (HOME FRONT) by Lucas Belvaux

    Pathé Bellecour, Sunday 11 October at 6:30pm

     

    French première

    VAURIEN (RASCAL) by Peter Dourountzis

    Pathé Bellecour Monday 12 October at 6:00pm

     

    ROUGE (RED SOIL) by Farid Bentoumi

    UGC Confluence Thursday 15 October at 7:30pm

     

    IBRAHIM by Samir Guesmi

    Institut Lumière Saturday 17 October at 4:15pm

     

    LAST WORDS by Jonathan Nossiter

    Pathé Bellecour Saturday 17 October at 4:45pm

    UGC Confluence Sunday 18 October at 3:00pm

     

    UN TRIOMPHE (THE BIG HIT) by Emmanuel Courcol

    Pathé Bellecour Saturday 17 October at 5:00pm

     

    French première

    SEPTET: THE STORY OF HONG KONG by Ann Hui, Johnnie To, Tsui Hark, Ringo Lam, Sammo Hung, Yuen Woo-ping and Patrick Tam

    UGC Confluence Saturday 17 October at 7:45pm

     

    GARÇON CHIFFON (MY BEST PART) by Nicolas Maury

    Comœdia Saturday 17 October at 9:30pm

     

    French première

    AYA TO MAJO (EARWIG AND THE WITCH) by Gorô Miyazaki

    Pathé Bellecour Sunday 18 October at 10:30am

     

    French première

    MÉDECIN DE NUIT (A NIGHT DOCTOR) by Elie Wajeman

    UGC Confluence Sunday 18 October at 3:15pm

    73rd edition 07.10.20

    The Festival de Cannes 2020 Official Selection at Lyon's Lumière film festival

     

    After having made their mark at the AFCAE, Angoulême, Deauville and San Sebastián festivals, the Festival de Cannes 2020 films will be stopping off at Lyon's Lumière film festival from 10 to 18 October, before heading to Rome and back to the Croisette for three exceptional days.

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