Bai Ling wears Emilio Pucci at the premiere for Jimmy P., Psychotherapy of a Plains Indian. The actress has kept very busy during the festival so far, attending several premieres and always making a fashion statement.
Benicio del Toro, Michelle Thrush
Jimmy P. stars Benicio Del Toro and Michelle Thrush pose on the red carpet before their film's premiere. Based on a true story, Jimmy P. follows Jimmy Picard (Del Toro), a Blackfoot Indian, who returns from World War II with a mysterious illness and requires the help of psychoanalyst George Devereux (Matthieu Amalric).
Dutch model Doutzen Kroes wears a form-fitting white dress on the carpet. Kroes, who has been a Victoria's Secret Angel since 2008, is also a L'Oreal ambassador.
Hunger Games: Catching Fire star Liam Hemsworth had a busy day in Cannes, attending events to promote the film during the day and then walking the carpet at the Jimmy P. premiere. He later appeared at a dinner and party at one of the beachside venues targeting foreign buyers.
'The Hunger Games: Catching Fire'
From left: The Hunger Games: Catching Fire stars Liam Hemsworth, Jennifer Lawrence, Sam Claflin and director Francis Lawrence pause on the carpet at the premiere of Jimmy P.
Jane Fonda was glowing in a bright blue Versace gown at the Jimmy P. premiere on May 18.
Jennifer Lawrence wears her red carpet staple Dior at the Jimmy P. premiere in Cannes. She switched into an all-white Dior outfit after the premiere for a private dinner for executives and foreign investors.
ArnaudDesplechin’s drama Jimmy P. starring Benicio Del Toro is in competition at the festival.
Lars Ulrich, Jessica Miller
Lars Ulrich of Metallica poses with Jessica Miller at the premiere.
Steven Spielberg, Kate Capshaw
Steven Spielberg, president of the competition jury, arrives at the premiere of Jimmy P. with his wife, Kate Capshaw.
Wim Wenders, Donata Wenders
German director Wim Wenders, photographed with Donata Wenders at the premiere, is in Cannes closing financing for Every Thing Will Be Fine ahead of the start of principle photography, set for August in Quebec.
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