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Greta Gerwig caps off a stellar year by being named jury president at Cannes

By France24
16 December 2023   |   12:41 pm
Greta Gerwig, actor, writer and film director, notably for the blockbuster “Barbie,” will preside over the jury of the 77th Cannes Film Festival in May, the first American female director to be named jury president, the festival announced Thursday.

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