Vienna – Luxembourgish actress Vicky Krebs was honored today, May 27, 2022, at the 75th Cannes International Film Festival for her portrayal of Empress Elizabeth in the feature film ‘Corsage’, co-funded by ORF as part of a film/television agreement, for Best Performance.
In the drama, set in Vienna, Lower Austria and Luxembourg in 2021, screenwriter and director Marie Kreutzer takes a fresh look at the story of Empress Elizabeth, which has been filmed multiple times, and takes audiences back to 1877. Vicki Krieps plays the 40-year-old woman , curious and hungry for life, who no longer lives in a court corset and wants to fight for their freedom despite the strict festivities of the court. Other roles in this international historical film include Florian Techtmeister, Katharina Lorenz, Jane Werner, Alma Husson and Manuel Robbie.
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As part of the comprehensive report, the special traditional program “Stars Under the Palms” celebrates on Saturday 28 May at 11:30 pm on ORF 2 the Cannes International Film Festival again this year. Christian Konrad and Alexander Bogner talk about the awards ceremony and present the stars and film highlights of the 75th edition of the festival. The awards ceremony is also the “matinée” theme on ORF 2 on Sunday, May 29 at 10:35 a.m.
flimette (https://flimmit.at) once again honoring the Cannes Film Festival with its own collection, which brings together several participating, nominated or award-winning films from the past few years. Among them are cinematic treasures such as the Canadian-French production “Laurence Anyways”, Jessica Hausner’s drama “Amour Fou” and Andreas Horvath’s Road “Lillian”, which celebrated its world premiere as part of the “Quinzaine des Réalisateurs” series at the 2019 Cannes Film Festival.
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