Outdoors, For all Outdoors, For all, Cinema
Open Air Cinema
29th Edition #CineVillette
How do film directors portray tomorrow’s world?
While robots, extraterrestrials and other little gremlins are a constant feature of science fiction films (Andrew Niccol's Gattaca, Denis Villeneuve's Blade Runner 2049), other genres portray scenes of challenge and commitment (Steven Soderbergh's Erin Brockovich), back-to-nature experiences (Matt Ross's Captain Fantastic, Sydney Pollack's Jeremiah Johnson) or some other option for society and the future of the planet (Cyril Dion and Mélanie Laurent's Tomorrow).
Ranging from utopia to dystopia, 25 films portray 25 visions of what might be.
From July 17th to 22nd: 10.30pm
From July 24th to 28th: 10.15pm
From July 31st to August 4th: 10pm
From August 7th to 11th: 9.45pm
From August 14th to 18th: 9.30pm
READY PLAYER ONE directed by Steven Spielberg • 2018 • 2h20
Starring Tye Sheridan, Olivia Cooke, Ben Mendelsohn
Premiers pas CORPS PERDU directed by Lukas Dhont • 2012 • 17 mn
StarringThomas Coumans, Jelle Florizoone
UNDER THE SKIN directed by Jonathan Glazer • 2014 • 1h48
Starring Scarlett Johansson, Jeremy McWilliams, Lynsey Taylor Mackay
JUST BEFORE LOSING EVERYTHING by Xavier Legrand • 2012 • 30 mn
Starring Léa Drucker, Denis Menochet, Mathilde Auveneux, Miljan Chatelain
From July 17th to August 31st
Wednesday → Sunday: access available from 7pm
Screening at nightfall between 9.30pm and 10.30pm depending on the date
Porte de Pantin
Porte de Pantin
75, 151 : Porte de Pantin
Glasses, open glass bottles and open cans are allowed. Corkscrews will be available. Prohibited items will be recorded. Dogs are not allowed.
Visual Cinéma en plein air © Marie-Sophie Leturc