Dopo Juliette Binoche, Fay Dunaway, Marilyn Monroe, la coppia Newman e Woodward e il nostro Marcello Mastroianni è il volto di Ingrid Bergman a campeggiare sul poster del 68° Festival di Cannes.
Isabella Rossellini ha commentato: “My family and I are deeply moved that the Festival de Cannes has chosen to feature our magnificent mother on the official poster to mark the centenary of her birth. Her outstanding career covered so many countries, from the smallest European independent films to the greatest Hollywood productions. Mum adored working as an actress: for her acting was not a profession but vocation. As she put it, ‘I didn’t choose acting, acting chose me’.
Based on a photograph by David Seymour, co-founder of Magnum Agency, Hervé Chigioni, who also created for last year’s remarkable Festival poster, was once again behind this year’s image, with his graphic designerGilles Frappier.
He has also produced an animated film based on the visual, featuring a remix of the Festival’s theme music, “The Carnival of the Animals” by Camille Saint-Saëns, arranged by two Swedish musicians, Patrik Andersson and Andreas Söderström”.
Ecco il teaser animato: