Suzanne Lindon, Leïla Bekhti, Marion Cotillard: French women in the spotlight at the San Sebastian Festival

The awards season continues. One week after the end of the Venice Film Festival and the traditional Deauville Festival, it is the turn of the San Sebastian International Film Festival to put the seventh art in the spotlight. Organized from September 17 to 25, in the north of the Iberian Peninsula, the event presents its traditional Golden Shells each year, but it is also an opportunity to see a host of personalities on the red carpet. Among them this year, several French including Leïla Bekhti and Suzanne Lindon. In a flamboyant outfit, the actress of “All that shines” attracted all eyes on the red carpet of her new film, “Les Intranquilles”, while the daughter of Sandrine Kiberlain and Vincent Lindon caused a sensation in a dress signed Celine .

Marion Cotillard in the spotlight

The 69th San Sebastian Festival was a special edition for Marion Cotillard. Coming to present the documentary film “Bigger than Us” as a co-producer, the interpreter of the Kid was awarded for her entire cinematographic career during the opening ceremony on Friday, September 17th. From the hands of Penélope Cruz, she has indeed received the prestigious Donostia Prize, thus succeeding Lauren Bacall, Catherine Deneuve and Johnny Depp. “It’s something that has always been a part of my life. With each film that I start, I never know if I’m going to be up to it, ”the actress also slipped at a press conference a few hours earlier.

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