Cannes: Historic Film Moments from the Cannes Film Festival

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Brigitte Bardot's debut in 1953

The actor was only 18 years old when she made her Cannes red carpet debut. She had five films to her name, including Act of Love, for which she was attending the festival. A series of photos taken of her on the beaches of Côte d'Azur brought her to the limelight.

Madonna at the 1991 Cannes Film Festival

The singer wore a white silk Jean-Paul Gaultier ensemble, which consisted of the French designer's inventive conical-shaped bra. In doing so, Madonna proved her commitment to being true to herself, on a red carpet that at the time was relatively conservative.

Elvis receives a standing ovation

Last year, Elvis received a 12-minute-long standing ovation at the film festival. Emotional and overwhelmed, the film's star Austin Butler hugged Priscilla Presley as the cheers failed to cease.

Angelina Jolie announces her pregnancy in 2008

At Cannes 2008, Angelina Jolie revealed her pregnancy on the red carpet with her former husband Brad Pitt.

Pan's Labyrinth receives a standing ovation

Guillermo del Toro's Pan's Labyrinth received a 22-minute long standing ovation at the 2006 Cannes Film Festival. It has held this record since 2006.

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