Sydney Sweeney in incredible cleavage, Gillian Anderson moved on the Canneseries festival stage

The Canneseries Festival opened its doors on Friday April 1, 2022. During the opening ceremony, two actresses received some nice awards… There were some beautiful people at the photocall for the event.

The red carpet is about to cover the steps of the Palais des Festivals. As tradition dictates, the month of May will be spent in cinema on the Côte-d’Azur side, with the organization of the Cannes International Film Festival. But this 75th edition will not be the only event of the year since before adorning itself with red, the city opted for pink. From April 1 to 6, 2022, the competition’s distant cousin, Canneseries, lights up the city with its multiple screenings and five-star guests.

For this fifth season, it is Fanny Herrero, at the origin of the series Ten percent and Funny (Netflix), who presides over the jury. The latter consists of Denis O’Hare, star ofAmerican Horror Story among others, Anne Marivin, Daniel Pemberton and the American-Icelandic Ólafur Darri Ólafsson. To come and applaud the different episodes defended during Canneseries, the whole planet made the trip. Spotted on the pink carpet: Gillian Anderson – S** Education, The Crown

-, Sydney Sweeney Euphoria -, the singer Soprano, Lola Dewaere and Sara Mortensen ofAstrid and Raphaëlle, Hugo Becker- I promise you, Osmosis -, Olivier Barthelemy, Hélène Sémonin and her husband Franck Sémonin, François Feldman, Genie Godula and our former Minister of Culture Fleur Pellerin.

The festival has just opened, some rewards have already been distributed. Coming to attend the event in a sublime low-cut black dress branded Prada, Sydney Sweeney received the Madame Figaro Rising Star Award. Gillian Anderson, whom the world has adored since she played Dana Scully in X Files, in the 1990s, won the Variety Icon Award. ” I googled the true meaning of an icon to see how I could relate to receiving this awardshe explained, during her speech, her prize in her hand. And I must say that I have indeed played a lot of iconic women in my long career. Women who broke down barriers across the decades and stood out in our minds and hearts… »

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