American director Jim Jarmusch, another Cannes regular, leaves the Palais des Festivals with actors from 'Paterson' after the film's premiere. The intimate story of a bus driver who is also an unpublished poet was well received at Cannes.
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The lead actor in 'Paterson', Adam Driver, poses on the red carpet with his wife, Joanne Tucker. The American Driver gained mainstream fame as the new villain in the latest Star Wars movie.
American filmmaker Jeff Nichols walks the red carpet for the premiere of 'Loving', a period piece about interracial marriage.
German-born model Toni Garrn shows off her seemingly endless legs on the Cannes steps.
Kate Moss made a quick appearance on the red carpet in a red one-shoulder gown before the premiere of 'Loving'.
Jeff Nichols poses with Ethiopian-Irish actress Ruth Negga and Australian actor Joel Edgerton, who appear in Nichols' 'Loving'. The movie is based on the true story of an interracial couple at the time of racial segregation in the American South.
English actor Colin Firth, who played King George VI in 'The King's Speech', arrives with his wife, Livia, to attend the 'Loving' premiere.
Hollywood legend Robert De Niro is back in Cannes for his latest movie, 'Hands of Stone' – a boxing biopic being presented out of competition.
The cast of 'Hands of Stone' arrive on the red carpet. De Niro plays the role of the trainer of Roberto Duran, one of the greatest Latino boxers of all time.
Roberto Duran (right) himself came to Cannes for the special screening. He seemed to get along well with De Niro, who has always had a passion for boxing.
Cuban-Spanish actress Ana de Armas and Venezuelan star Edgar Ramirez brought a touch of Latin glamour to the cast of 'Hands of Stone'.