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Cannes14: American Pavilion Ribbon Cutting with America Ferrera

Cannes14: American Pavilion Ribbon Cutting with America Ferrera

On Saturday May 17th, the American Pavilion for the 2014 Cannes Film Festival was inaugurated with a ribbon cutting ceremony in which several prominent figures participated including America Ferrera (How To Train Your Dragon 2, Ugly Betty), Cannes Film Festival’s Miriam Arab, Ann Marie Chiappetta (Consul General, Marseille), Lisa Gregg (VP International Consumer Products and Experiences,
American Express) and Armand Lachance AMPAV Events Director.

Here are some photos of the event

About the American Pavilion

Recently celebrating its 26th year as the center of American hospitality for the film industry in Cannes, The Pavilion brings professional and emerging
filmmakers together. The American Pavilion is the center of activity at the Cannes International Film Festival for the American film community, offering
membership for professionals, provocative and insightful programming, immersive student programs, the Emerging Filmmaker Showcase, and more.

Serving as a communication and hospitality center for the thousands of Americans in Cannes during the Cannes Film Festival, The American Pavilion provides
an impressive array of facilities and services to the international film community. Since its debut at the 1989 Cannes Film Festival, The Pavilion has
become a permanent fixture on the Cannes landscape.

For the corporate sponsors of The American Pavilion, the dozens of exhibitors and office holders, and the thousands of American participants, The American
Pavilion accommodates the need for information, orientation, and recreation. For the duration of the Festival, The American Pavilion provides both a
dynamic business environment and an opportunity to relax in comfortable surroundings.
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