• Cannes 2018: Chloë Sevigny on the Trials and Tribulations of Red Carpet Dressing

    6 days ago - By WWD

    “It's a pretty hardcore schedule,” Chloë Sevigny said during a break from jury duty for the Cannes Film Festival's Critics' Week. The section is dedicated to first and second films by directors, so “the work tends to be a bit more raw, provocative, challenging; usually it's smaller budgets,” explained the indie actress-director.
    Sevigny herself has starred in four films that made the festival's Official Selection over the years, including “The Brown Bunny” in 2003 and “Zodiac” in 2007. She returned to the event in 2016 to present her directorial debut, a short titled “Kitty.”
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  • Cannes 2018: Virginie Ledoyen on Jury Duty

    6 days ago - By WWD

    NEW PERSPECTIVE: It's been a week of discovery for French actress Virginie Ledoyen in Cannes, who has joined this year's jury for “Un Certain Regard,” a section of the festival's official selection that highlights nontraditional films deserving international exposure.
    “Being part of this jury is really interesting because it challenges you and you can see films from all over the world, including ones I wouldn't normally have access to because they're coming from Syria, from Kenya, from all over the world,” said Ledoyen, during a quick break at the Hotel Majestic from her jury duties.
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