Through a special accreditation granted by the Festival, explore the world of film as you attend screenings and visit restricted access areas, plus experience the festivity of Cannes at a private reception at the American Pavilion!

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 The cameras flash in a frenzy when stars approach the Red Carpet  The port area of Cannes   The Cinema de la Plage has screenings every evening  Each country pavilion at the Cannes Film Festival has a seaside terrace  Only stars and top industry professionals have access to the Red Carpet  Waterfront in the Old City of Cannes  Private parties take place along the Croisette during the Festival  Castle in Le Suquet, the old quarter of Cannes. Credit: Lisa Pool

Smithsonian at the Cannes Film Festival

9 days from $5,695

Through a special accreditation granted by the Festival, explore the world of film as you attend screenings and visit restricted access areas, plus experience the festivity of Cannes at a private reception at the American Pavilion!

or Call 855-330-1542

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This was a "once in a lifetime" experience. I could not have participated in the festival without the Smithsonian's program and I am very grateful to have had this wonderful opportunity.

- Lorraine M.

The Cannes International Film Festival would be a disaster to try to do on your own! Smithsonian made it most enjoyable.

- Stanley and Sandra B.

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May 13 - 21, 2018 Departure
Marta Lamperova

Marta Lamperova

Marta Lamperova has attended the Cannes Film Festival for over a decade and has led several student programs. Her background in the world of film provides a unique perspective on the business and its various aspects—from buying and distributing to marketing and production. Marta graduated with a degree in psychology from the Comenius University Bratislava, Slovakia, and a degree in film studies from the University of Fine Arts VMU. She then worked as a production manager and freelance producer for various production companies in Prague before becoming the managing director of Film Europe in 2008. Currently, Marta works as a lecturer on film marketing strategies at FAMU (Film and TV School of Academy of Performing Arts), Europe’s top film school, and serves as the head of FAMUs production department. Living in Prague, she is very active in the film business across Europe and works on the Nipkow Program, a training program for television and film professionals.