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Wow: Elle Fanning looked breathtaking as she led star arrivals at The Specials premiere at the Cannes Film Festival on Saturday - prior to the closing ceremony of the festival

Elle Fanning looks ethereal in the jeweled tulle princess dress with beautiful cape in the star-studded The Specials premiere for the closing ceremony of the Cannes Film Festival

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It is the iconic film festival that offers Hollywood stars from all over the world the red carpet to promote their films.

And Elle Fanning looked breathtaking as she led the star nights at the premiere of The Specials at the Cannes Film Festival on Saturday – prior to the festival's closing ceremony.

The Super 8 actress, 21, exuded elegance in a jeweled-up princess dress with layers of tulle with a dramatic, striking cape, while making a showstopping on the red carpet.

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Wow: Elle Fanning looked breathtaking as she led star arrivals at The Specials premiere at the Cannes Film Festival on Saturday - prior to the closing ceremony of the festival

Chic: the Super 8 actress, 21, exuded elegance in a jeweled princess dress with layers of tulle with a dramatic, striking cape, while making a show-stopping appearance on the red carpet

Chic: the Super 8 actress, 21, exuded elegance in a jeweled princess dress with layers of tulle with a dramatic, striking cape, while making a show-stopping appearance on the red carpet

Wow: Elle Fanning looked breathtaking as she led star arrivals at The Specials premiere at the Cannes Film Festival on Saturday – prior to the closing ceremony of the festival

Banter: Juror Elle joined the president of the most important competition jury Alejandro Gonzalez during the event

Banter: Juror Elle joined the president of the most important competition jury Alejandro Gonzalez during the event

Banter: Juror Elle joined the president of the most important competition jury Alejandro Gonzalez during the event

The beautiful outfit consisted of a champagne strapless ballgown decorated with shimmering crystals that teased the star's split as she posed.

The dress cinched in the slender waist of The Beguiled star, studded with a crystal bow, before it culminated in an extravagant skirt consisting of countless layers of foamy tulle.

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The dress was extra dramatic on the look and was covered with a white tulle cape, with a choker-inspired crystal neckline.

The cape walked over the red carpet and showed a complicated brocade design while the star looked over her shoulder in a pleasant way.

Her caramel locks were stylized in a slender bun that caught sight of her sapphire earrings.

The beautiful functions of the star have been improved with brightly colored lines of lining, mascara and a shine of rose luster.

The French film The Specials tells the story of two men who are educators of children and adolescents with autism.

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The Cannes Film Festival 2019 takes place from Tuesday to 25 May in the iconic Palais des Festivals.

Participating in Elle, the French graphic novelist Enki Bilal and the Oscar-named director of The Favorite, Yorgos Lanthimos, are among the jury members at the annual event.

Mexican director Alejandro Gonzalez Iñárritu chairs the panel that makes decisions about prizes, including the top prize from Palme D & # 39; Or.

The jury for the 72nd edition of the festival will also include Pawel Pawlikowski, the Polish filmmaker and screenwriter named as Cannes' best director last year, for the impossible cold war love story.

Maimouna N & # 39; Diaye, who has directed documentaries and acted in films such as Otar Iosseliani's Chasing Butterflies, will also sit next to the panel, along with two other female directors.

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Kelly Reichardt, whose Wendy and Lucy play the lead role with Michelle Williams, was a contender for the Cannes & Certain Regard award in 2008, directed the Certain Women in 2016.

Alicia Rohrwacher from Italy won the best screenplay in Cannes last year for her film Happy as Lazzaro, a satirical fable about a peasant family.

French film maker Robin Campillo, who stormed Cannes in 2017 with 120 BPM – Beats Per Minute, won the Grand Prix for his film about an AID activist and completes the line-up.

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