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July 2nd - August 25th, 2024

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!

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August 18th, 2024
Akira
July 18th, 2024
Robinson Crusoe on Mars
July 18th, 2024
Kin-dza-dza!
July 19th, 2024
Aelita
July 19th, 2024
Silent Running
July 20th, 2024
Forbidden Planet
July 20th, 2024
Planet of the Apes
July 21st, 2024
Avatar (3D)
July 22nd, 2024
Mars & Avril
July 22nd, 2024
Aniara
July 23rd, 2024
Alphaville
July 23rd, 2024
Fahrenheit 451
July 24th, 2024
High Life
July 26th, 2024
Woman in the Moon
July 26th, 2024
Nude on the Moon
July 27th, 2024
Night Raiders
July 27th, 2024
Children of Men
July 28th, 2024
The City of Lost Children
July 28th, 2024
Solaris
July 29th, 2024
Journey to the Center of the Earth
July 29th, 2024
The Wild Blue Yonder
July 30th, 2024
Capricorn One
July 31st, 2024
Fantastic Voyage
July 31st, 2024
Polaris (Director’s Cut)

July

August 1st, 2024
The Time Machine
August 1st, 2024
The Heat of a Thousand Suns + I Love You, I Love You
August 2nd, 2024
Metropolis
August 3rd, 2024
Crimes of the Future
August 4th, 2024
Back to the Future
August 5th, 2024
Johnny Mnemonic
August 5th, 2024
The Matrix
August 6th, 2024
Renaissance
August 6th, 2024
Immortal (Ad Vitam)
August 7th, 2024
2001: A Space Odyssey
August 8th, 2024
Colossus: The Forbin Project
August 8th, 2024
Rollerball
August 9th, 2024
Logan’s Run
August 9th, 2024
Soylent Green
August 10th, 2024
A.I. Artificial Intelligence
August 11th, 2024
WALL-E
August 11th, 2024
Arrival
August 12th, 2024
Westworld
August 12th, 2024
Ex Machina
August 13th, 2024
Screamers
August 13th, 2024
A Scanner Darkly
August 14th, 2024
Truffle
August 14th, 2024
La jetée + 12 Monkeys
August 15th, 2024
Aerograd
August 15th, 2024
Ghost in the Shell
August 16th, 2024
Turbo Kid
August 16th, 2024
Blade Runner (The Final Cut)
August 17th, 2024
RoboCop
August 17th, 2024
Blade Runner 2049
August 18th, 2024
Dans une galaxie près de chez vous
August 18th, 2024
Akira
August 19th, 2024
Grauzone
August 19th, 2024
Blindness
August 20th, 2024
The Andromeda Strain
August 20th, 2024
District 9
August 21st, 2024
Dead Mountaineer's Hotel
August 21st, 2024
The Fifth Element
August 22nd, 2024
Plan 9 from Outer Space
August 22nd, 2024
Le poulailler des temps perdus + Mars Attacks!
August 23rd, 2024
Quest + Phase IV
August 23rd, 2024
Alien
August 24th, 2024
Le poulailler des temps perdus + 20 Million Miles to Earth
August 24th, 2024
Under the Skin
August 25th, 2024
The Cabbage Soup
August 25th, 2024
They Live

Coming soon in August

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Ces écrivains qui ont fait la SF

Les visions spectaculaires de la science-fiction ont émergé dans la littérature avant de conquérir le cinéma, médium tout désigné pour leur donner vie. Les univers de certains écrivains majeurs sont autant de fils d’Ariane à suivre au sein de notre cycle d’été.

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Ces robots qui nous côtoient

Le cinéma a grandement contribué à forger notre imaginaire des robots. Deux grands types se distinguent d’emblée : les androïdes d’apparence humaine et les créatures mécaniques aux formes plus rustiques. Les uns et les autres n’ont pas été employés de la même façon par les cinéastes, ni dans leur questionnement de la moralité humaine, ni pour les sentiments qu’ils éveillent auprès du public. À l’heure où l’intelligence artificielle est bien réelle, retour sur quelques classiques robots de cinéma.