Ménilmontant by Dimitri Kirsanoff (1926, 42min) SILENT FILM
Two sisters are orphans in the working-class neighborhood of Ménilmontant. A social melodrama about the condition of underprivileged women and prostitution.
Followed by Langlois by Roberto Guerra and Eila Hershon (1970, 52min)
A portrait of Henri Langlois and his term as director of the Cinémathèque française. With commentary by Jean Renoir, Lillian Gish, Ingrid Bergman, François Truffaut, Catherine Deneuve...
Pathé Bellecour Tue. 5:15pm
Musical accompaniment by Diane Daher (harp), Nathan Nadal (double bass) and Claire Mouton (bassoon)
Fièvre by Louis Delluc (1921, 43min) SILENT FILM
In a bar in the Old Port of Marseille, sailors return from the Orient. Among them is Militis, the former lover of Sarah, the bar's owner... Dream, travel, fantasy, intoxication, a frantic portrait of a port bar.
Followed by Soleil et ombre by Musidora and Jaime De Lasuen (1922, 42min) SILENT FILM
A fortune teller predicts love for Juana (Musidora), a servant at an inn… Passion, bullfighting, crime.
Institut Lumière Sat. 11:30am
Piano accompaniment by Pierre-Marie Villaumie
Master class Villa Lumière Tue. 11am
The Picture of Dorian Gray by Albert Lewin (1945, 1:50)
London, 1886. A dandy (George Sanders) convinces the seductive Dorian Gray, whose portrait is being painted, to put his beloved to the test... A stunning adaptation of Oscar Wilde's novel, a poetic, anti-Hollywood film.
Cinéma Opéra Mon. 4:30pm | Comœdia Tue. 2:15pm
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