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The Mexican director will preside over the event’s 72nd edition, set to run from May 14 to 25.
François-Henri Pinault, head of the French luxury group, spearheads efforts to make it a leader in the field of corporate social responsibility.
Rising Star Thomasin Harcourt McKenzie on Filming “Leave No Trace.”
Alexandra Shipp and Anya Taylor-Joy also attended the event, held at a Belle Epoque cabaret restaurant in the tourist hot spot.
Actress Asia Argento used the closing ceremony to readdress the Weinstein scandal, while Spike Lee and Nadine Labaki reinforced their films’ political statements in accepting their awards.
Harrier speaks about her first time at the Cannes Film Festival with Spike Lee and the “BlacKKKlansman” crew.
Creative director Olivier Rousteing dressed 16 actresses for a photo call promoting the “Black Is Not My Profession” project.
The natural-born influencer has stuck to mainly Chanel for her appearances as a jury member of Cannes’ Critics’ Week.
Hours before hitting the red carpet, Clarke delivered a candid talk as part of Kering’s ongoing “Women in Motion” conversation series.
Elizabeth Debicki and Joe Alwyn scooped this year’s Trophy Award for up-and-coming talent, with a small ceremony at the Hôtel Martinez.
The “How to Get Away With Murder” star attended the 2018 Cannes Film Festival as one of the new spokespeople for L’Oréal Paris.
“I’ve been wanting to make films of my own since I was nine years old and I’ve never felt discouraged by my gender,” said Kristen Stewart at the Cannes Kering dinner, where Patty Jenkins won the Women in Motion Award.
In Cannes with L’Oréal Paris as their newest global spokesperson, the actress chatted to WWD about her Texan roots and empowering women.