The Mexican influencers were invited to the French film festival to be part of the International Film selection of the 75th edition of Cannes.
During the 75th edition of the Cannes Film Festival, several Mexican influencers were captured who were part of the International Cinema selection screening of the event in France.
Among the Mexican stars present at the festival were Paola Zurita, sister of influencer Juanpa Zurita, Pamela Allier, Anna Sarelly; in addition to several filmmakers such as producer Julio Chavezmontes and director Kim Torres, who directed the feature film Night Light, a production between Mexico and Costa Rica.
Anna Sarelly is a famous beauty influencer who is only 24 years old. Originally from Monterrey, she recently debuted as a model at the Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week show with the Lorena Saravia brand.
Anna has focused on doing makeup reviews, tutorials, and talking about her travel experiences on her YouTube channel, where she has more than two million subscribers.
Paola Zurita, like her brother Juanpa Zurita, is a youtube and travel influencer who has more than 300 thousand followers, she has also gained popularity for her healthy lifestyle videos.
The young internet star was a guest of the Nespresso brand during the film event in France.
Allier is known for being a fashion and lifestyle blogger, she has more than 135 thousand subscribers on her YouTube channel.
In her videos, she makes recommendations on fashion, makeup, shopping, facial care and on several occasions she has proven to be very close to her followers, with whom she even goes shopping around the city.
Pevida is an influencer and fashion editor, through her networks she inspires her followers with her lifestyle advice, her passion for fashion achieves a balance in her family and work.
Together with his brother Alex Acero, he created The Walk project, a blog in which they share their experiences, advice, trends and tips based on the most important fashion events that both influencers attend.
The Cannes Film Festival raised the curtain on its 75th edition on May 17, in this edition it is committed to “looking to the future” with a total of 21 films, only five directed by women, which will compete for the Palme d’Or between on May 17 and 28.
As part of this look to the future, the event will host, between May 24 and 25, a symposium organized by the Mexican Guillermo del Toro in which a group of filmmakers will debate the future of their profession.