29 May Cannes 2017: Closing ceremony Red Carpet
The 70th anniversary Cannes Festival along with two-week fashion marathon has now finished. Palace of Festivals and Conferences in Cannes, France, has invited all the guests and celebrities for the last time this year. Everyone is awaiting final results and awards.
Anniversary festival became one of the brightest and large-scaled comparing with the previous couple of years. Apart from amazing film shows, Cannes 2017 festival became famous for its fascinating Red Carpet events.
Aishwarya Rai has once again amazed the public, when she appeared wearing a princess light blue gown during one of the festival movie premiers.
In addition, Bella Hadid has demonstrated another ‘necked’ dress. Moreover, Irina Sheyk has shown up for the first time after she gave a birth to her daughter a few months ago.
All of these beauty appearances will be placed in the archive of the best Cannes outlooks.
Many guests and celebrities usually leave French Riviera after amfAR party—the main event of the yearly Cannes festival.
This year luxury rooms of Hotel du Cap Eden-Roc and Martinez have also quickly became empty, as most of the superstars rushed to the Monaco Grand Prix.
However, those, who decided to stay till the end of Cannes 2017, shined bright!
According to the traditions, the best gowns are kept for the Cannes closing ceremony, as all celebrities want to look the best when receiving a prize.
The main award from Cannes 2017 ‘Golden Palm’ went to ‘The Square’ movie directed by Swedish producer Ruben Östlund.
The second prize was awarded to French producer Robin Campillo for ‘120 battements par minute’.
In addition, Sofia Coppola became the best producer, thanks to her new work ‘The Beguiled’.
Moreover, Diane Kruger received ‘The best actress’ award for Fatih Akin’s movie ‘Overdrive’ while ‘The best actor’ prize went to Joaquin Phoenix. Superstar received an award for his role in ‘You Were Never Really Here’ produced by Lynne Ramsay.
Nicole Kidman along with other juries had a special prize, which count as the third important award of the event. This award went to Russian producer Andrey Zvyagintsev for his psychology drama movie ‘Loveless’.