Julia Roberts, Virginie Efira, Tom Hanks… Our exclusive portfolio from the 75th Cannes Film Festival

Divine actresses, sublime actors, acclaimed directors… all were carried by this 75th edition of the Cannes Film Festival. They electrified the Croisette and lent themselves to an exceptional posing session for us. Back in pictures.

To celebrate the 75th Cannes Film Festival, actors, actresses, directors or directors marched on the carpet of the Croisette. As a tribute to the cinema, they offered us their most beautiful poses, the time of an exclusive photo shoot. In front of the photographers’ lens, a myriad of stars. Starting with Julia Roberts, the Hollywood superstar who awarded the Chopard Trophy to two young emerging talents, Sheila Atim and Jack Lowden. At his side, Xavier Dolan, a regular at the Cannes Film Festival, accompanied him to the presentation of the Chopard Trophy. Léa Seydoux, the actress who received the 2013 Palme d’Or with Adèle Exarchopoulos and Abdellatif Kechiche, came to present Crimes of the Future, signed David Cronenberg in official competition, and A nice morningby Mia Hansen-Løve at the Directors’ Fortnight.

Jean Dujardin, headliner of the film Novemberby Cédric Jimenez, came accompanied by Anaïs Demoustier who presented two films at Cannes, Smoking makes you cough and November. Louis Garrel and Noémie Merlant make a tandem in The Innocent, a colorful detective comedy by Louis Garrel. Virginie Efira, the actress, mistress of ceremonies of the festival, also presented Don Juanwith Tahar Rahim, in a musical by Serge Bozon, and See Paris again, by Alice Winocour, at the Fortnight. Diane Kruger was the special guest for the evening of the 75th festival and the closing ceremony. Tom Hanks and Austin Butler, new sensation of American cinema, defended Elvis, the King’s biopic by Baz Luhrmann, which will be released on June 22. Marine Vacth and Pierre Niney play opposite each other in Masqueradethe new film by Nicolas Bedos, presented out of competition.

Marion Cotillard defended Brother and sister, by Arnaud Desplechin, with Melvil Poupaud. Gilles Lellouche and Vincent Lacoste play opposite each other in Smoking makes you cough, by Quentin Dupieux. At their side, Adèle Exarchopoulos, Palme d’or at Cannes in 2013, defended Quentin Dupieux, and The Five Devils, by Lea Mysius. Sandrine Kiberlain had three films in Cannes: Novemberby Cedric Jimenez, Green perfumeby Nicolas Pariser, and Chronicle of a temporary liaisonby Emmanuel Mouret.

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Feeling on the steps

Julianne Moore, the American star presented When You Finish Saving the World, signed by actor Jesse Eisenberg. Lukas Dhont, the Belgian director and new prodigy, received the Grand Jury Prize for his film Close. Lyna Khoudri, the young actress presented two films at Cannes: Our brothers, by Rachid Bouchareb, and November. Isabelle Huppert, who was president of the jury in 2009, presented EO, by Jerzy Skolimowski. And, absolute fashion icon, caused a sensation on the steps.

Margaret Qualley, daughter of Andie MacDowell, stars in stars at noon, by Claire Denis, Grand Prize at the Cannes Film Festival. Pregnant Michelle Williams climbed the stairs to Showing-up. Marina Foïs and Chiara Mastroianni, friends in life, attended the evening of the 75th Cannes Film Festival together. Marina Foïs presented there As Bestas and Feminist response. Nadia Tereszkiewicz, the French actress is one of the revelations of the choral film The Almond Trees, by Valeria Bruni Tedeschi, which will be released on November 9. Viola Davis, the American star and activist received the Women in Motion Award, an initiative launched by Kering in honor of women in cinema.

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Julia Roberts, Virginie Efira, Tom Hanks… Our exclusive portfolio from the 75th Cannes Film Festival