Slideshow: Russian and American stars share the red carpet at Cannes

Hollywood star Michelle Williams made her big comeback at Cannes for the movie "Wonderstruck," in which she plays the deceased mother of two runaway children.

American filmmaker Todd Haynes poses alongside his charming actresses after the première of "Wonderstruck". The film was hailed by the critics, who particularly appreciated his virtuoso cinematography.

American Julianne Moore also impressed the critics with her role as a silent film actress in "Wonderstruck," a feature film presented at the official competition of this 70th Cannes Film Festival.

Czech model Petra Nemcova, draped in a camera-friendly gown, obliges the photographers.

American model Emily Ratajkowski’s black lace dress offered a different version of the plunging neckline theme.

French model Thylane Blondeau arrives to attend the première of "Loveless," a Russian film presented in official competition section. At 16, she’s considered one of the most promising models of her generation.

French director Mathieu Amalric poses with the actress Jeanne Balibar, who plays the famous singer Barbara in the opening film of the Un Certain Regard official selection.

Egyptian filmmaker Mohamed Diab, whose films "678" and "Clash" have won critical acclaim, is back at Cannes as a member of the Un Certain Regard jury.

Brazilian model Adriana Lima strikes a pose before attending the première of "Loveless”.

Winnie Harlow, a Canadian model affected by vitiligo, a disease that causes depigmentation of patches of skin, prepares to ascend the steps in a sublime blue prom dress.

Russian actress Myriana Spivak plays one of the leading roles in "Loveless,” a very dark feature film on the lack of empathy in Russian society.

Russian director Andrey Zvyagintsev poses with his cast before the première of “Loveless”. The film received mixed reactions from the critics.