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“We decided to have a Cannes Festival without controversy,” promises Thierry Frémaux

“There are no controversies coming from the Cannes festival,” its general delegate, Thierry Frémaux, told the press on Monday, while rumors linked to.

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“We decided to have a Cannes Festival without controversy,” promises Thierry Frémaux

“There are no controversies coming from the Cannes festival,” its general delegate, Thierry Frémaux, told the press on Monday, while rumors linked to

Last year, the Cannes Film Festival presented Maïwenn's film Jeanne du Barry as its opening. The film marked the comeback of Johnny Depp, after his trials for defamation surrounding accusations of domestic violence. This year, “there are no controversies coming from the festival. We have precisely taken care to ensure that the major interest of what we are all here for remains cinema,” the general delegate further underlined.

Rumors of accusations related to

If there “are other controversies, that does not concern us,” insisted Thierry Frémaux. “I'm willing to comment on them, but there's no point in anyone commenting on them. Because as there are no controversies, we invent them or we amplify them,” Thierry Frémaux insisted again on Monday. The Cannes Film Festival begins Tuesday with a ceremony where Meryl Streep will be awarded an honorary Palme d'Or, with the opening film The Second Act by Quentin Dupieux.

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