Georges Méliès was not just a pioneer of early cinema, he was central to what we know as film today. An illustrator, magician, filmmaker and inventor, he paved the way for animation and multimedia filmmaking.

Of all of Méliès’ films, his boldest and most well-known is certainly A Trip to the Moon [Le Voyage dans la Lune], loosely based on the writings of Jules Verne. A Trip to the Moon follows a group of travellers who jet off to the moon from earth on an exploration mission only to end up in peril and captured by the the local inhabitants, the Selenites. Featuring a who’s who of theatrical cast from the era, with Méliès himself taking a lead role, this is one of the very first forays into sci-fi cinema, and spawned one of the most iconic images of cinema – the man in the moon with a rocket in his eye.

A Trip to the Moon is presented here in both black and white and its original colours. This special edition also includes Serge Bromberg and Eric Lange’s phenomenal documentary on the film and its rediscovery, The Extraordinary Voyage, which stands as an essential companion piece to Méliès’ original masterpiece.

Special Features:

  • High Definition Blu-ray™(1080p) presentation
  • Original uncompressed Stereo 2.0 audio
  • Optional English subtitles
  • Scores by Robert Israel, and a second score featuring actors voicing parts as originally screened in the US with an accompaniment by Frederick Hodges for the black and white version
  • Scores by Jeff Mills, Dorian Pimpernel, and Serge Bromberg for the colour version
  • The Innovations of Georges Méliès - video essay by Jon Spira exploring A Trip to the Moon and Méliès’ career
  • The Extraordinary Voyage - Serge Bromberg and Eric Lange’s 2011 documentary on the film, its rediscovery and preservation for future generations, featuring interviews with Costa Gavras, Michel Gondry, Michel Hazanavicius, and Jean-Pierre Jeunet
  • Le Grand Méliès (1952) - a short film directed by Georges Franju about the life and work of Méliès
  • 2020 re-release trailer
  • Reversible sleeve featuring two choices of artwork
Wytwórnia filmowa:
Arrow Video
RunTime:
78 mins approx
director:
George Melies

Eric Lange

Serge Bromberg
certificate:
U
castList:
Costa Gavras

Michel Gondry

Michel Hazanavicius
subtitleLanguage:

English

TheatricalReleaseYear:
1902
mainLanguage:
French
numberDisks:
1
region:
B
Marka:
Arrow Video

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Georges Méliès was not just a pioneer of early cinema, he was central to what we know as film today. An illustrator, magician, filmmaker and inventor, he paved the way for animation and multimedia filmmaking.

Of all of Méliès’ films, his boldest and most well-known is certainly A Trip to the Moon [Le Voyage dans la Lune], loosely based on the writings of Jules Verne. A Trip to the Moon follows a group of travellers who jet off to the moon from earth on an exploration mission only to end up in peril and captured by the the local inhabitants, the Selenites. Featuring a who’s who of theatrical cast from the era, with Méliès himself taking a lead role, this is one of the very first forays into sci-fi cinema, and spawned one of the most iconic images of cinema – the man in the moon with a rocket in his eye.

A Trip to the Moon is presented here in both black and white and its original colours. This special edition also includes Serge Bromberg and Eric Lange’s phenomenal documentary on the film and its rediscovery, The Extraordinary Voyage, which stands as an essential companion piece to Méliès’ original masterpiece.

Special Features:

  • High Definition Blu-ray™(1080p) presentation
  • Original uncompressed Stereo 2.0 audio
  • Optional English subtitles
  • Scores by Robert Israel, and a second score featuring actors voicing parts as originally screened in the US with an accompaniment by Frederick Hodges for the black and white version
  • Scores by Jeff Mills, Dorian Pimpernel, and Serge Bromberg for the colour version
  • The Innovations of Georges Méliès - video essay by Jon Spira exploring A Trip to the Moon and Méliès’ career
  • The Extraordinary Voyage - Serge Bromberg and Eric Lange’s 2011 documentary on the film, its rediscovery and preservation for future generations, featuring interviews with Costa Gavras, Michel Gondry, Michel Hazanavicius, and Jean-Pierre Jeunet
  • Le Grand Méliès (1952) - a short film directed by Georges Franju about the life and work of Méliès
  • 2020 re-release trailer
  • Reversible sleeve featuring two choices of artwork
Wytwórnia filmowa:
Arrow Video
RunTime:
78 mins approx
director:
George Melies

Eric Lange

Serge Bromberg
certificate:
U
castList:
Costa Gavras

Michel Gondry

Michel Hazanavicius
subtitleLanguage:

English

TheatricalReleaseYear:
1902
mainLanguage:
French
numberDisks:
1
region:
B
Marka:
Arrow Video
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