Cinema-concert of Flesh and the Devil by Clarence Brown, with the unforgettable Greta Garbo, accompanied by the National Orchestra of Lyon, conducted by Timothy Brock. Also, The Woman and the Puppet by Jacques de Baroncelli, accompanied on the Auditorium organ, and the magnificent scenes of early films, restored by the Eye Film Institute: The Brilliant Biograph: Earliest Moving Images of Europe.
Cinema-concerts at the Auditorium of Lyon
Flesh and the Devil by Clarence Brown (1926, 1h52)
Two childhood friends fall in love with the same woman... In this classic silent flick, Clarence Brown directed Greta Garbo in particularly daring scenes for the era. The film propelled her to stardom.
Auditorium Wed.14 8 pm
The Woman and the Puppet by Jacques de Baroncelli (La Femme et le pantin, 1928, 1h55)
On a train trip, Don Mateo Diaz, a wealthy seducer, intervenes in a fight between two women. One of them will seduce him... A disturbing and sensual adaptation of the novel by Pierre Louÿs, starring Conchita Montenegro.
Auditorium Sun.18 11 am
The Brilliant Biograph: Earliest Moving Images of Europe (1897-1902) by Frank Roumen (1897-1902, 52min)
A compilation of films from the early days of cinema, shot with the Biograph a few years after the invention of the Cinematograph by the Lumière brothers.
Comœdia Tue.13 1:15 pm
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