Demi Moore, godmother and beautiful fairy of the Chopard evening in Cannes

Demi Moore, godmother and beautiful fairy of the Chopard evening in Cannes
Demi Moore, godmother and beautiful fairy of the Chopard evening in Cannes

This Friday, May 17, Sophie Wilde and Mike Faist received the Chopard trophy from the hands of the actress, which rewards two cinema revelations each year.

“There aren’t many places where they drop off jewelry at your door every day.” While Demi Moore presented the Chopard trophy last night, Friday May 17, to the two young revelations Sophie Wilde and Mike Faist, the Hollywood star did not hide her joy at returning to the Cannes Film Festival after 27 years of absence. The actress of Ghost was chosen to watch over the two young actors, respectively seen in The hand by Danny and Michael Philippou and The Challengers by Luca Guadagnino, and wanted to tell her two protégés how she saw her role towards them: “In my country, being a godmother means that you have no responsibility, you can authorize the children everything that is forbidden by their parents: candy, toys… So if one of you needs junk food or anything, I’m your lady but I’m not just here for the fun stuff and you’re not alone anymore.” On the Carlton beach stage set up for the occasion, in her long strapless blue sequinned Balenciaga dress, Demi Moore looked straight out of a fairy tale.

Kevin Costner vs. Succession

In the room decorated with hydrangeas, Greta Gerwig, the president of the jury of this 77e edition of the Cannes Film Festival, was in deep conversation with actress and juror Lily Glastone, Carla Bruni chatted with Elsa Zylberstein and Rachida Dati, while Xavier Dolan, seated opposite Emmanuelle Béart, met Belgian director Lukas Dhont. Kevin Costner, for his part, stood up to congratulate the two winners for this prize which rewards male and female revelations in cinema every year since 2001. And seeing the list of lucky winners (Marion Cotillard, Léa Seydoux, Florence Pugh, Niels Schneider, François Civil…), we realize to what extent Caroline Scheufele, co-president and artistic director of the Chopard house, has an eye for spot the future greats. Passionate about cinema, she is the one who designed the trophy in the shape of a silver film ribbon covered with gold.

Omar Sy puts on the show

While the evening was in full swing, Laetitia Dosch was thinking about the words she could say on Sunday to launch the screening of her first film as a director, The dog’s trial, selected in the Un certain regard category, Mathieu Kassovitz chatted with Luc Besson’s daughter, Thalia Besson, Kore-eda posed for photos, and James Franco savored the menu of two-star chef Bruno Oger. Valérie Donzelli, Julie Gayet and Vicky Krieps took some fresh air outside on the terrace, while Thierry Frémaux and Iris Knobloch, general delegate and president of the festival, greeted the directors Nadine Labaki, Marie-Castille Mention Schaar and Maïmouna Doucouré. When dinner was over, Qatari singer Dana Al Fardan sang a few songs accompanied by her orchestra, including Caroline, a title composed especially for Caroline Scheufele. Faithful to his legendary good humor, Omar Sy left the scene creating a guard of honor for Pierfrancesco Favino (the two men are both on the festival jury), then the French star ofUntouchables took the time to sign autographs and have their photos taken, especially with the firefighters. In front of the photocall of the evening which saw Eva Longoria, Eva Green, impeccable in her electric Alberta Ferretti dress, left the evening in front of a crowd of won over fans.

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