74th Cannes Film Festival Rolls Out The Red Carpet for 2021!!
On Tuesday, the Cannes Film Festival laid out the red carpet for the first time in more than two years, kicking off the stunning French Riviera, with Annette of Leos Carax, the jury of Spike Lee, and high hopes for a year-long shrug of the pandemic’s punishment to the cinema.
The 74th Cannes Film Festival opened on Tuesday by Annette, a fantasy musical composed of Adam Driver and Marion Cotillard, composed by the musical duo Sparks. The opening ceremony also brought back last year’s Palme d’Or Winner Bong Joon Ho (“Parasite”) and Jodie Foster, who came to Cannes for the first time at the age of 13, with Martin Scorsese’s “Taxi Driver,” for an honorary Palme.
The event attracted many leading filmmakers back to Cannes to celebrate the film festival, which was canceled last year due to the COVID19 virus. Pedro Almodovar, Jessica Chastain, Helen Mirren, and Bella Hadid walked on the red carpet, which was filled with the last seats. Photographer in a tuxedo. He was surrounded by impatient onlookers.
Bong, Almodovar, Foster, and Lee officially announced the festival in Korean, Spanish, French, and English. In the next 10 days, the Cannes Film Festival is trying to revitalize the world of cinema on a large scale. Cannes largely surpasses its usual fashion, luxurious red carpet screenings, and casts of many of the world’s most respected directors, including Asghar Farhadi, Wes Anderson, Mia Hansen-Love, and Paul Verhoeven. Side by side and camouflage the ledge. The chairman of the jury who will determine the palm of this year,
Lee, arrived earlier in the day wearing a 1619 baseball cap and tried to stop. “I’m not trying to be a hog,” he told reporters, asking them to ask other judges questions.
Since the Cannes Film Festival refuses to choose non-French theater films for its competitive cost, the streaming media boom has also attracted attention. Over the years, there has been a disagreement between the festival and Netflix. Find the director and ask: “Which directors did the (streaming) platform find?”
Lee, who directed “Da 5 Blood” for Netflix last year, hardly flinched when asked about it.
“Cinema and projection platforms can coexist.-Lee said that he called Cannes “the greatest film festival in the world.” “Once upon a time, they thought that television was destroying movies, so this is not new.”