The Cannes Film Festival unveils its official poster featuring Catherine Deneuve, a symbol of French cinema

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What is the most distinguished and media-covered event in the world of cinema? Undoubtedly, it is the Cannes Film Festival.

It offers a highly distinguished atmosphere with the participation of renowned directors and actors from different parts of the world.

The Cannes Film Festival is an unmissable opportunity for models, singers, and public figures who seek recognition and want to expand their careers.

Indeed, the festival provides significant recognition to filmmakers, actors, and other professionals in the film industry.

The Cannes Film Festival unveils its official poster featuring Catherine Deneuve, a symbol of French cinema

The esteemed jury, composed of personalities from the film world, evaluates the selected films.

This year, a pleasant surprise awaits the participants: the magnificent and incomparable Catherine Deneuve is being highlighted.

The 76th edition has chosen the image of the actress from her feature film “La Chamade,” directed by Alain Cavalier, for its official poster.

It was created by Hartland Villa based on a photograph by Jack Garofalo.

The Cannes Film Festival unveils its official poster featuring Catherine Deneuve, a symbol of French cinema

During the period from May 16th to 27th this year, you will have the opportunity to admire this poster, which will be visible in many locations in Cannes.

What was the reason behind the decision to select Catherine Deneuve?

The similarity between the actress and the seventh art is as follows: courage, non-conformity, and elusiveness seem to represent both this impressive woman and the French film industry.

The Cannes Film Festival unveils its official poster featuring Catherine Deneuve, a symbol of French cinema

Furthermore, Catherine Deneuve has embodied grace and excellence, as evidenced by her triumph in winning the prestigious Best International Feature Film Oscar in 1993.

A determined and dedicated woman, she put her signature on the “Manifesto of the 343” in 1971, lending her voice to a powerful call for reproductive rights and women’s autonomy.

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