The French National Audiovisual Institute (INA), is celebrating the Festival de Cannes' 70th anniversary with an exhibition entitled "24 images". Using short filmed interviews, Pierre Lescure, Gilles Jacob and Thierry Frémaux portray the atmosphere, secrets, anecdotes and memories that were rekindled by images they selected from the INA's photography archive.
"24 images" the Festival de Cannes through the eyes of Pierre Lescure, Gilles Jacob & Thierry Frémaux
For the Festival's 70th anniversary, the Palais is hosting an exhibition of INA photos and videos: "24 images, the Festival de Cannes through the eyes of Pierre Lescure, Gilles Jacob and Thierry Frémaux", retracing Cannes' finest moments.
"24 images": the Festival de Cannes seen through the eyes of Pierre Lescure, Gilles Jacob & Thierry Frémaux
These exclusive videos can be explored in a dedicated "24 images" app, created by the INA.
These photographs, at once emotional, amusing and unusual, depict an era that shaped the Festival.
From 17 to 28 May
Palais des festival, 4th floor
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