Andreea Cormier Wacker from the city of Arad in Romania, for the second consecutive year, brings her beautiful red dress to the Cannes festival worn by actress Natasha Costa.

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Pino Attanasio reporter Italy

Raffaele Carlino director

The 76th Cannes Film Festival is a film festival that takes place annually, in May, for two weeks, at the Palais des Festivals et des Congrès in the city of Cannes.

Because it guarantees formidable media coverage, the Festival is attended by many film stars who appear on the catwalk (Montée des Marches) at the entrance to the screening room. Many producers choose this occasion to launch their latest creations and to sell the rights to distributors who come from all over the world.

So in May for two weeks, in the beautiful Cannes on the French Riviera, the great Film Festival allows the world stars of the bright and expressive world of their acting art to vie for the most prestigious titles for their artistic works.

Among the numerous visions of the many films in the competition, particular attention goes to the various manifestations of parallel worlds of various arts.

Among these, undoubtedly, that of fashion stands out, which finds in the environment of famous actors, an always exceptionally lively interest in elegance and sometimes transgression which however allows the creations of the great masters of the Atelier and those of the stylists emerging an excellent publicity launch to a huge audience.

Long and elegant dresses, sparkling jewels and sophisticated accessories are the undisputed protagonists of the Cannes Red Carpet. Actresses and actors from all over the world also wear clothes created by local designers, thus promoting the talent and artistry of different cultures.

the actress Natasha Costa
the actress Natasha Costa

Among the beautiful dresses presented at the fashion shows that of the designer Andreea Cormier Wacker from Arad stands out, a beautiful city in Romania that the actress Natasha Costa wanted, for the second consecutive year, to wear for the Romanian designer, or rather the beautiful red dress that we see in the picture.

As for the film, the list of Cannes 2023 winners:

Palme d’Or – “Anatomie d’une chute” by Justine Triet

Grand Prize – “The Zone of Interest” by Jonathan Glazer

Jury Prize – “Les Feuilles Mortes” by Aki Kaurismaki

Directing Award – Tran Anh Hùng for “La Passion de Dodin Bouffant”

Screenplay Award – Sakamoto Yuji for Hirokazu Kore’s “Monster” – Eda Award

for male performance – Koji Yakusho in “Perfect Days” directed by Wim Wenders

Female Performance Award – Merve Dizar in “Les Herbes Seches” directed by Nuri Bilge Ceylan

Caméra d’Or – “L’Arbre aux Papillons D “o” by Thien An Pham Palme d’Or for the short film – “27” by Flora Anna Buda

Special Jury Mention for the short film – “Far” by Gunnur Martinsdottir Schluter

Un Certain Regard, the main parallel section

Grand Prix – “How To Have Sex”, directed by Molly Manning Walker

Jury Prize – “Hounds”, directed by Kamal Lazraq

Prix de la Nouvelle Voix – “Augure” by Baloji

Prix d’Ensemble – “Crowra (La Fleur de Buriti), by João Salaviza and Renée Nader Messora

Prix de la Liberté – “Goodbye Julia”, by Mohamed Kordofani

Cinéfondation

1st Prize – “Norwegian Offspring” by Marlene Emilie Lyngstad, Den Danske Filmskole, Denmark 2nd Prize – “Hole” by Hwang Hyein, Korean Academy of Film Arts, South Korea 3rd Prize – “Ayyur” (Monday), by Zineb Wakrim,

ÉSAV Marrakesh, Morocco

Critical Weeks

Grand Prix (Grand Prix Nespresso) – “Tiger Stripes” by Amanda Nell Eu

French Touch Jury Prize – “Il pleut dans la maison” by Paloma Sermon-Daï

Prix Fondation Louis Roederer de la Révélation – Jovan Ginić for his performance in “Lost Country” by Vladimir Perišić

Prix Fondation Gan à la Diffusion – Pyramide Distribution

Prix Découverte Leitz Cine du court métrage – “Boléro” by Nans Laborde-Jourdàa Prix SACD – “Le Ravissement” by Iris Kaltenbäck Directors’ Fortnight, parallel section SACD Award

– “A prince” by Pierre Creton

Europa Cinemas Label Award – “Creature” by Elene Martin Gimeno

The Queer Palm Trophy, the LGBT award, returned this year to Hirokazu Kore-eda’s feature film “Monster”

Pino Attanasio reporter Italy