Léa Seydoux is not going to attend the Cannes Film Festival this 12 months after testing optimistic for COVID-19.
“Sadly, I have to self-quarantine in Paris and won’t be able to attend the Cannes Film Festival this year. I wish I could celebrate the return of cinema to my favorite festival, but it is in everyone’s best interest to err on the side of caution and do my part to keep everyone safe and healthy,” the French actress wrote through assertion. “I applaud all four of my directors and the cast ensembles for their remarkable achievements. From a distance and in thoughts, I am with you with all my heart.”
Seydoux’s tasks included Wes Anderson’s “The French Dispatch,” which had its world premiere Monday night time, Arnaud Desplechin’s “Deception,” Bruno Dumont’s “France,” and Ildikó Enyedi’s “The Story of My Wife.”
She examined optimistic for COVID-19 on Saturday regardless of being absolutely vaccinated and having no signs. She examined adverse on Sunday, however France mandates 10 days of self-isolation after a optimistic outcome. Seydoux has been isolating in Paris.
The Cannes Film Festival is being held in particular person this 12 months beneath COVID protocols. This 12 months’s occasion is being attended by about 20,000 attendees – half the attendance of a typical 12 months. To enter the Palais du Festivals, folks will want the standard competition credential, but in addition a certificates displaying that they’re absolutely vaccinated; or proof of optimistic antibodies dated not more than six months or lower than 15 days in the past; or a adverse PCR take a look at taken throughout the final 48 hours.
Face masks are required in any respect screenings and there may be additionally onsite testing.
Seydoux is finest recognized to Western audiences for her roles in “Inglourious Basterds” and “Mission Impossible – Ghost “Protocol.”
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