Kirsten Dunst at Cannes: A Decade in Photos
Since Marie Antoinette premiered — to mixed reactions — at the Cannes Film Festival in 2006, Kirsten Dunst has been a festival regular, and a regular red carpet winner. She won the festival's Best Actress award in 2011 for Lars Von Trier's M**elancholia, in which she stars alongside Charlotte Gainsbourg, Kiefer Sutherland, and Alexander Skarsgard (outshining all of them at the film's various press events), and this year, she's back in a whole new capacity as one of the members of the festival's jury. Alongside peers like Vanessa Paradis (also a reliable red carpet presence), Mad Max director George Miller, and Mads Mikkelsen, Dunst is responsible for electing the prizewinners among official selection films. She's appeared at all the biggest red carpets of the past two weeks, allowing her ample opportunity to show off her red carpet chops. Here, we look back at Dunst's best Cannes moments.