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Back to the Future (English with French subtitles)
Sunday, August 4th, 2024
at 18:00
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Sunday, August 4th, 2024
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August 4th, 2024
Back to the Future
Location
Main screening room
Date
August 4th, 2024
Admission
Suggested viewing age: 10 and up
Duration
116 min
Cycle
Science fiction

Science fiction pushes the boundaries, explores the improbable, and envisions the future of humanity. It also exposes us to extravagant visual effects and the inventive power of cinema, reflecting our deepest fantasies. In cinema, science fiction is immersive, creating worlds suddenly within our reach. This summer, over one hundred films from the history of cinema will allow us to witness this!

Winner of the Acadewmy Award for Best Sound Effects Editing in 1986

Back to the Future
Directed by
Robert Zemeckis
Language
English with French subtitles
Actors
Michael J. Fox, Christopher Lloyd, Lea Thompson
Origins
USA
Year
1985
Duration
116 min
Genre
Adventure, comedy, science fiction
Format
Digital
Synopsis

Marty McFly, skateboarding and electric guitar fan, is sent back in 1955 by the time machine invented by his friend Dr. Emmett Brown. He must solve the time paradoxes caused by his passage into the past and find a way to make the machine work again, so that he can return to 1985.

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Get ready to lose all sense of time during these wild adventures aboard the DeLorean DMC-12. A quintessential pop cinema gem of the 1980s.

Robert Zemeckis

Robert Zemeckis is an American director, producer, and screenwriter. After winning a Student Academy Award for his short film A Field of Honor, he caught the attention of Steven Spielberg, who produced his first two films. He gained wider recognition with the adventure film Romancing the Stone, where he collaborated with composer Alan Silvestri, who provided the score for all of his subsequent films. This success propelled him to direct the Back to the Future trilogy (1985-1990) and the groundbreaking Who Framed Roger Rabbit (1988), where he perfected a technique blending animation with live-action shots, earning the film four Academy Awards. In 1994, Zemeckis triumphed again at the ceremony with Forrest Gump, winning Best Director. The film ultimately received 6 Academy Awards, including Best Picture. Following another hit with Tom Hanks in Cast Away (2000), he pioneered a new motion capture technique, radically changing by freeing them from the constraints of reality. He directed films like The Polar Express (2004), Beowulf (2007), and A Christmas Carol (2009) using this technology before returning to more traditional filmmaking.

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