With the 13th International Film Festival of Marrakech ending today, discover jury member Marion Cotillard and the other stars in Dior who have lit up the red carpet.
Marion Cotillard, Martin Scorsese, Charlotte Rampling, Juliette Binoche, Pierre Niney, Patricia Clarkson - the biggest names in cinema today have chosen to wear Dior throughout the length of this International Film Festival of Marrakech. Beginning with Marion Cotillard, the Oscar-winning French actress, the face of the Lady Dior bag since 2008, who was a member of the jury this year. In an haute couture evening dress of black and white-printed pleated silk at the opening ceremony, in a top and skirt of multicolor striped silk crêpe for climbing the steps for the film A Thousand Times Good Night , in a black and white silk flower-embroidered dress with a houndstooth clutch for the dinner in honor of the director Hirokazu Kore-Eda… The star was the embodiment of French elegance right through to the closing ceremony for which she wore a striped black silk haute couture cocktail dress. At her side, the director Martin Scorsese, president of the jury, has been faultlessly chic in his Dior Homme satin tuxedo and wool suit with club tie.
Among the other prestigious personalities who turned out for the event were American actress Patricia Clarkson, also a jury member, Juliette Binoche, who was honored with an Etoile d’Or in recognition of her acting career, British actress Charlotte Rampling, Natasha Andrews, the French actors Pierre Niney and Tewfik Jallab, as well as Elsa Zylberstein - all choosing to wear Dior. Saturday evening, at the end of the festival's ten days, the Etoile d'Or was carried off by Korean director Lee Su-Jim for his first feauture-length film,Han Gong-ju, while the films Blue Ruin by Jeremy Saulnier and The Swimming Pool by Carlos Machado Quintela were awarded the Jury Prize Ex-aequo. With this unerringly elegant festival another page has been written in the love story that has always linked Dior to the world of film and its greatest stars.