To celebrate the Cannes Film Festival, Cannes Fait le Mur is displaying broad pictures of smiling international stars on the city walls.
Initiated in 2004 by David Lisnard, Cannes Fait le mur is a monumental exhibition of pictures of stars given throughout the city during the Cannes Film Festival
David Lisnard, Mayor of Cannes, Clotilde Lecuillier, Director of Entertainment for Getty Images – Contour – Wire Image – Film Magic, and Chikli Frank, Deputy Mayor to events, inaugurated this spectacular exhibition on May 14, 2014 at Cannes City Hall.
For this 67th edition, Cannes partners with Getty Images, with the support of HP and Madame Figaro, presenting eighteen photographs of stars in large format that adorn the walls of the city and the sky of rue d’Antibes for a month and a half. For the exhibition ” Cannes Fait le mur “, Getty’s Clotilde Lecuillier selected portraits representing the work of Contour by Getty Images.
This exhibition is themed on smile portraits representing the joy and happiness that artists do share with the public each year. These portraits convey warmth and joy, thanks to the trust and friendship between photographers and stars. Artists inner happiness is revealed to the public who loves them.
7 banners on the walls of the city
Léa Seydoux-Town Hall Martin Scorsese – Lycée Jules Ferry Vincent Cassel – Espace Ranguin Julia Roberts / Alec Baldwin – Hotel Renoir – Expressway Cécile de France – Hotel Cannes Riviera, bd d’Alsace, seen from the expressway. Natalie Portman – Cinema Arcades, rue Félix Faure. Hugh Jackman – La Bocca entrance, Avenue Francis Tonner
Aerial banners Rue d’Antibes
Leila Behkthi, Adèle Exarchopoulos, Bérénice Bejo, Zoé Felix, Tomer Sisley, Jessica Chastain, Romain Duris, Forest Whitaker, Aure Atika, Kate Hudson.
With smile from Cannes
The city of Cannes invites fans to take pictures in front of the posters to share on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram with the official hashtag # gettycannes.
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