Festival Ciné Junior : Édition 2013

Harry O. Hoyt et Willis OʼBrien / Fiction / United States / 1925 / 1h32 / silent
Original Title : The Lost World
From 7 years old

An expedition leaves London for Brazil, in the aim of finding the Lost World, mentioned in the journal of Maple White, a disappeared explorer. The travellers finally reach a mysterious plateau in the jungle. An unbelievable view appears before their eyes : this unknown land has remained as it was at the beginning of time, inhabited by dinosaurs.

Harry O. Hoyt
From 1915 to 1928, Harry O. Hoyt produces twenty-two films, including The Lost World (1925), his most famous feature film. With the end of the silent era, he gets back to adventure films and co-directs Jungle Bride with Albert H. Kelley.

Willis O’Brien
Pioneer of cinematic special effects, Willis O’Brien made a name for himself in, amongst other, The Lost World (1925) in which he is also a co-director, then in the famous King Kong (1933). He finally wins an Academy Award for Best Visual Effects with Mighty Joe Young (1949).

Screenings
14/02 - 10h Vitry-sur-Seine 3 Cinés Robespierre
19/02 - 10h30 Maisons-Alfort Nouvel Espace Culturel Charentonneau
20/02 - 16h30 Arcueil Espace municipal Jean Vilar
22/02 - 9h30 Champigny-sur-Marne Studio 66
24/02 - 14h L’Haÿ-les-Roses Cinéma La Tournelle

Contact
Lobster
Maria Chiba
+33 (0) 1 43 38 76 76
mchiba chez lobsterfilms.com

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