Entertainment Europe/Americas: Cannes D9 amfAR - Star-studded benefit dinner and diamond jewellery auction
TAPE: EF02/0440 IN_TIME: 14:05:44 / 20:52:39 DURATION: 5:34 SOURCES: APTN RESTRICTIONS: DATELINE: 23rd May 2002, Cannes SHOTLIST AMFAR 1. WS Old Town in Cannes 2. MS Iman 3. CU diamond necklace 4. SOT Iman - "I think the choice that they chosen on me is that because I'm not of a particular type of woman that says that's my style and I wear it. I'm forty seven years old, my style changes on a constant basis, and no wonder I'm married to David Bowie, we both believe in change." 5. CU Iman's ring 6. SOT Iman- "This piece is going to be auctioned at the AMFAR dinner and so it is a highly collectable design because it is the first jewellery designed by De Beers, hopefully we'll raise a lot of money for AMFAR. And one of my major interests in AMFAR and that dinner specifically is that I hope I will focus on the Africa AIDS issue that has reached plague proportion, that that's what I will bring to the table when it comes to my association with AMFAR." 7. WS Entrance/red carpet to AMFAR 8. CU Michelle Yeoh 9. SOT Elton John - (Q. Reporter - "Have you got your eye on anything you're gonna be bidding for?) "No I don't think so. No, I don't need any jewellery, but there are some great things. But you know I don't need to go to a game reserve for five days, but I'm sure people will pay a lot of money for...all the prizes are great, I just don't fancy then for myself." 10. MS Michael Moore 11. MS Calvin Klein 12. MS women in fancy dress 13. MS Harvey Weinstein 14. MS Sharon Stone 15. MS Elizabeth Taylor arriving 16. SOT Elizabeth Taylor - (Q. Reporter - "...because not everyone can afford to come here.") "I'm not talking about people who come here. Does it take a super rich person to get behind their Volkswagen and deliver meals that are ready, prepared and delivered to somebody sick in bed? Does that take a millionaire? Would you do that? Well then god damnit, go out and do it! OK." 17. CU Iman with largest diamond in the world, pan up to face 18. MS Iman 19. Pan of celebrities on stage 20. MS Liz Taylor grabbing Iman's necklace 21. CA audience 22. SOT Sharon Stone - "All of the proceeds of this necklace that I am wearing tonight will be given to the American Foundation for AIDS research and make god willing this research will lead us to a cure." 23. Pan to Milla Jovovich singing 'Diamonds are a girls best friend' 24. SOT Sharon Stone - "Alright I would like to open the bidding at fifty thousand dollars. For this necklace. Do I hear fifty thousand dollars for this necklace? I bid fifty there. Do I hear fifty five? Seventy five? Seventy five there. Thank you." 25. CA audience 26. WS room 27. SOT Sharon Stone - "The necklace is sold." LIZ LASHES OUT Last night Cannes saw some of the biggest names in showbiz gathered together for the annual Cinema Against Aids gala. Guest included Elizabeth Taylor, Sharon Stone, Elton John, Milla Jovovich, Iman, David Lynch and Harvey Weinstein. Returning to its original venue, Roger Verg?'s acclaimed Le Moulin de Mougins, the star-studded event featured dinner and live and silent auctions. Tables at the event ranged from $25,000 to $100,000. Screen legend Liz Taylor blasted those who suggested the amfAR (American Foundation for Aids Research) was just a night out for the wealthy :"Does it take a super rich person to get behind their Volkswagen and deliver meals that are ready, prepared and delivered to somebody sick in bed? Does that take a millionaire? Would you do that? Well then goddamit, go out and do it!" A variety of one-of-a-kind luxury items were auctioned off, including private tennis lessons with Pete Sampras in which Calvin Klein and Prince Albert of Monaco got into a bidding war. But the highlight of the evening was when Sharon Stone took center stage to auction off the first diamond necklace created for the new De Beers collection. After much coaxing from Sharon Stone, who was wearing the necklace at the event, it necklace was finally sold for $175,000 The necklace was designed by Reema Pachach and inspired by former supermodel Iman. Both were in Cannes earlier in the week to promote the launch of De Beer's new collection at the end of 2002. But last night Iman had to be escorted by a posse of security guards as she was wearing the world famous 203-carat De Beers Millennium Star diamond. Discovered ten years ago in Zaire, the rough stone weighed an incredible 777 carats. It took three years to cut and polish into what it is today, the worlds largest internally and externally flawless pear shaped diamond.
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Germany World Cup - Heidi Klum, Beckenbauer with cup, street scenes
NAME: GER WORLD CUP 20051209I TAPE: EF05/1089 IN_TIME: 10:44:26:02 DURATION: 00:02:38:21 SOURCES: AP TELEVISION/RTL DATELINE: Leipzig, 8/9 Dec 2005 RESTRICTIONS: SHOTLIST RTL Leipzig - 8 Dec 2005 1. Wide of ceremony zoom into model, Heidi Klum 2. Klum standing with FIFA Communication Manager Markus Siegler (far left), entertainer and host Reinholt Beckmann (right of Klum) and President of the organising committee Franz Beckenbauer (far right) 3. SOUNDBITE: (German) Franz Beckenbauer, President of organising committee for FIFA World Cup: "They want to have an easy group to start off with and get used to the tournament. In my opinion starting off with a strong group is better to be more concentrated in the tournament." 4. Close up on hands on World Cup, zoom out to Klum, Beckenbauer, Beckmann and Siegler 5. Klum looking at toy football 6. Klum playing with mascot 7. Klum, Beckenbauer, Beckmann and Siegler AP Television News Leipzig - 9 Dec 2005 8. Close up of newspaper headlines 9. Newspaper stand 10. Wide of wide screen where announcement will be televised 11. Various of World Cup mascot 12. Various of World Cup advertising in trains 13. SOUNDBITE: (German) Voxpop, Roland Roehr: "I wish that Germany will get a good opponent and that we will make it to the final round" 14. SOUNDBITE: (German) Voxpop, Herbert Ehm: "I have the same hope, I hope that Germany will be in a good group and will be here in the quarter final in Leipzig and I hope that Germany will play here." 15. SOUNDBITE: (German) Voxpop, Rols Proemmer: "I hope that Germany is playing against England and that we will become world champion and if the English team comes...I'm sure we'll have troubles but we'll see." 16. Various of World Cup advertising on city streets STORYLINE Supermodel Heidi Klum will host a World Cup draw in Leipzig on Friday to decide which countries will face each other in the World Cup 2006 which will take place in Germany. Franz Beckenbauer, the president of the organising committee, won't be directly involved in the draw but he said he hopes that the tournament will have strong groups, in order to increase the quality of the matches. Beckenbauer's great rival from the 1974 World Cup final, Johan Cruyff of the Netherlands, will be among the stars drawing the lots. Germany will be represented by Lothar Matthaeus, who led Germany to the 1990 title. He will be in charge of pot 4 with the Asian and CONCACAF nations (North and Central America and Caribbean) Roger Milla of the '90 and '94 Cameroon team will take care of the pot with the seeded teams. Pele will pick from pot 3 with the European teams, and Cruyff will take care of the African and South American pot. South Africa's Lucas Radebe, Japan's Masashi Nakayama, Cobi Jones, the U.S. international with a record 164 appearances, and France's Christian Karembeu will also be involved in the 90-minute event. Leipzig is pulling out all the stops for the World Cup draw. The city may still look like a construction site for the tournament, but a 2.2-kilometre (1.4-mile) red carpet - reportedly the longest in the world - is making visitors feel as welcome as possible.
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NAME: WCUP AFRICA 20060707I TAPE: EF06/0600 IN_TIME: 10:57:56:20 DURATION: 00:03:03:06 SOURCES: POOL DATELINE: Berlin - 7 July 2006 RESTRICTIONS: No Internet/Mobile SHOTLIST: No Internet/Mobile 1. Wide shot of hall with people gathering 2. Franz Beckenbauer, president of 2006 Local Organising Committee (LOC), entering hall 3. UN Secretary-General Kofi Annan and wife Nane Annan entering hall 4. Wide shot of hall 5. Kofi and Nane Annan seated 6. FIFA President Sepp Blatter and South African President Thabo Mbeki entering hall together 7. Mid shot of African Union Commission President Alpha Konare walking through crowd 8. Various of performance with dancers wearing football strips, dancing with footballs 9. Blatter walking to microphone 10. SOUNDBITE (English): Sepp Blatter, FIFA President: (Starts as wide shot of Blatter at podium) "The FIFA family - 207 national associations, 250 million active participants in the world of football, with their families more than one million (corrects himself) more than one billion people behind the FIFA family - they said yes to South Africa, we trust South Africa and we do it also for the future we trust you." 11. Annan applauding, zoom out as Blatter steps off stage and embraces Mbeki 12. Wide shot of Mbeki at podium 13. SOUNDBITE (English): Thabo Mbeki, South African President: "The coming of the soccer World Cup in 2010 will constitute a tribute to that effort which is not only a South African effort but an effort of the peoples of Africa to recover from many, many centuries, many centuries of great difficulty." 14. Audience applauding 15. Various wide shots of dancers on stage with fireworks going off and South Africa 2010 FIFA World Cup logo appearing on large screen 16. Various shots of dancers on stage with South Africa 2010 FIFA World Cup logo on large screen behind them 17. Various of presenters introducing new logo 18. South Africa 2010 FIFA World Cup logo on large screen STORYLINE: South Africa President Thabo Mbeki and United Nations Secretary-General Kofi Annan were amongst the dignitaries who attended a ceremony in Berlin on Friday to unveil the official emblem of the 2010 FIFA World Cup. The ceremony marked the handover from the organisers of Germany 2006 to the hosts of the next tournament. African soccer greats Roger Milla and George Weah also attended. Speaking at the ceremony, FIFA President Sepp Blatter said the FIFA family had said "yes" to South Africa. Mbeki said the 2010 World Cup constituted "a tribute" to efforts by all the peoples of Africa "to recover from many, many centuries of great difficulty." South Africa is the first African nation to host the football tournament, which is held every four years. Mbeki placed great historical context on the forthcoming event for the African continent as a whole, "calling it "an effort of the peoples of Africa to recover from many, many centuries, many centuries of great difficulty." The final of this summer's German-hosted tournament will be contested by Italy and France on Sunday in Berlin. Later in the day, a variety of music acts will be perform in a special concert to mark the start of the four year journey from Germany to South Africa.
Entertainment Americas: Cannes Hollywood Ending - Woody Allen press conference, Sharon Stone & the Jury presser, and stars arrive for the opening film
TAPE: EF02/0413 IN_TIME: 20:51:20 DURATION: 11:00 SOURCES: APTN RESTRICTIONS: No re-use/re-sale of film clips without clearance DATELINE: n/a SHOTLIST APTN Cannes, France. 15th May 2002 1. Clip - "Hollywood Ending" 2. VS Press conference 3. Sot Woody Allen (on anti-semitism in France) 4. Cutaway 5. Sot Woody Allen (on his first red carpet) 6. Clip - Hollywood Ending 7. Sot Woody Allen (on the Hollywood system) 8. Clip - Hollywood Ending 9. Vs Cannes Jury members arrive 10. Sharon Stone arrives 11. Cutaway - Pan from camera to WS 12. Sot David Lynch, film director and president of the Cannes Jury 2002 13. Cutaway 14. Sot David Lynch 15. Cutaway 16. Sot Sharon Stone 17. Sot Michelle Yeoh 18. Palais steps 19. B-Roll Luc Besson 20. Cutaway photographer 21. B-Roll French Actress from Before Sunrise 22. B-Roll Latitia Castille 23. B-Roll Milla Jojovich 24. Jury Arriving, David Lynch, Michelle Yeoh 25. Cu Sharon Stone 26. Cu David Lynch 27. ~Cu other members of jury (greek one and french one) 28. Rosanna Arquette OPENING THE CANNES Woody Allen said Wednesday that he disagrees strongly with an advertisement from an American Jewish group warning Americans attending the Cannes Film Festival about anti-Semitism in France. The advertisement placed in Hollywood trade papers last week by the American Jewish Congress does not call for a boycott of the festival, which opened Wednesday, but the group says that those who do attend should do so only if they'll speak out against anti-Semitism. "I don't believe in it," Allen said at a news conference, in response to a question. "I've never felt the French people were in any way anti-Semitic," the director said. The advertisement, which appeared in Variety and the Hollywood Reporter on May 8, reads: "If you are going to CANNES please consider: France, 1942 ... France, 2002." It compares wartime anti-Semitic incidents to those reported recently, including the firebombing of synagogues, arson attacks, and the desecration of Torah scrolls. The recent spate of anti-Semitic attacks in France has been linked by many to the escalating fighting in the Middle East, and has been blamed by Jewish groups on Muslim youths venting their anger. Some American Jews have been canceling trips to France. However, Roger Cukierman, president of CRIF, an umbrella organisation for secular French Jewish groups, was recently in New York and Washington to say that a boycott would be "counterproductive." Jack Rosen, president of the American Jewish Congress, said his group is not calling for an outright boycott, but "if people do decide to attend the festival, they should do so only if they speak out against the current anti-Semitism in France." Allen also commented on the recent French elections, in which extreme-right leader Jean-Marie Le Pen, widely seen as racist and antiSemitic, stunned the country by qualifying for a runoff against President Jacques Chirac. He then lost to Chirac in a landslide. "I think the French can be very proud of the way they responded in the last election," Allen said, calling Le Pen's defeat "a clear-cut response to the extreme right." Allen also admitted he was not looking forward to walking up the red carpet at the palais. "I'm suppressing panic," he said. "But I've already rented a tuxedo and it's too late to back out." But he wasn't afraid to launch a blistering attack on the Hollywood system of making movies. "In Hollywood...the idea behind the films is to make as much money as possible. If the film is good, that's incidental," he said. "They're very happy when the film comes out good, but they would be happier really making a bad film that made a lot of money than making a good film that made less money," he concluded. CANNES JURY PRESS CONFERENCE Hollywood actress Sharon Stone proved to be the star of the Cannes Jury press conference this afternoon when she made one of her rare public appearances since she suffering a debilitating stroke last year. The 44-year-old "Basic Instinct" star suffered the potentially life-threatening stroke last September and was rumoured to have been admitted to hospital in San Francisco a few days ago after another health setback. But she was well enough to attend the Cannes Film Festival today where she is on the Grand Jury panel for the prestigious Palme d'Or competition. The panel that will decide which of the 22 films in competition will win the Palm D'or is headed by "Mulholland Drive" director David Lynch and also includes "Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon" star Michelle Yeoh and Brazilian director Walter Salles. Also in the panel are Danish director Billie August, Indonesian actress Christine Hakim, French directors Claude Miller, Roul Ruiz, and Regis Wargnier. Stone took time off from Hollywood two years ago to raise her adopted son Roan with husband Phil Bronstein. Her return to the movie business was then put on hold after she suffered the stroke and the time away from Hollywood has caused her to re-evaluate her career, she said. The star whose most famous scene saw her uncross her legs to reveal her lack of underwear in Basic Instinct said she now felt "embarrassed" to be posing for the paparazzi and was happier in her role as a wife and mother. "For two years I have been called `mama' or `honey' so it feels silly having all these photographers shouting out my name. It's really kind of weird," she said. "I'm now more comfortable being a mom and I've learned that I want to bring the qualities of being a mom into my new roles." Stone said she would be spending less time in the "bright light" of Hollywood and would instead concentrate on playing supporting roles and working on the other side of the camera. OPENING NIGHT STEPS The European stars came thick and fast to see Woody Allen's "Hollywood Ending" open the 2002 Cannes film festival. Jury member Sharon Stone wore a floor length leopard-print dress with a revealing plunge neckline and 24 carat diamond drop earrings from jewellers Chopard. The actress blew kisses to the crowds who packed the street outside the Palais du Festival to watch the stars arrive. She was with fellow Grand Jury members David Lynch and Michelle Yeoh, who wore a white halter-neck gown. Woody Allen was one of the last to arrive, having earlier joked he was having panic attacks at the thought of attending the premiere of his new film. He was with the cast of the film and his wife, Soon Yi. Also there was Rosanna Arquette, Milla Jojovich and French model Latitia Castilla. The likes of Jack Nicholson, Christina Ricci and Helena Bonham Carter are all due in Cannes this week to promote their own films, but there was no sign of them on the red carpet tonight.
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Entertainment Asia: Cannes Opening with Woody Allen- Woody Allen opening - Woody Allen press conference, Jury presser, stars arrive for the opening film and opening ceremony
TAPE: EF02/0416 IN_TIME: 06:20:44 DURATION: 11:50 SOURCES: APTN/Canal RESTRICTIONS: No re-use/re-sale of film clips without clearance, Canal Plus = No re-use/re-sale without clearance DATELINE: Cannes, 15 May 2002 SHOTLIST APTN Cannes, France. 15th May 2002 1. Clip - 'Hollywood Ending' 2. VS Press conference 3. SOT Woody Allen (on anti-semitism in France): "No I don't believe in it I've never felt that the French people in any way were anti-semitic I know a number of French jewish people who live in France and certainly do not feel that way and I think that the French country, that one can be very proud of the way that they responded in the last election, the country really came out in a very very clear cut public statement about how they felt about issues like the extreme right and totalitarianism and intolerance and discrimination and people who had never voted in years felt it was important to show that France was a democracy who had no patience for the terrible ideas of the extreme right and so I think one could be very proud of France for the way they acquitted themselves in the last election and I don't think a boycott is in order, I just don't feel that it's right." 4. Cutaway 5. SOT Woody Allen (on his first red carpet): "I must say I don't know what to look forward to. When I agreed to come here I felt good about it and I felt fine that it was a positive decision and then everyone said to me 'well wait until you get there. It's going to be a madhouse, the red carpet is going to be frantic and it's going to be crowded and it's going to be everything that makes you nervous.' So then I became apprehensive so at the moment I'm apprehensive about it you know, but I've already rented a tuxedo and it's too late to back out." 6. Clip - 'Hollywood Ending' 7. SOT Woody Allen (on the Hollywood system): "The Hollywood system as I've said before, it's an industry in Hollywood, they are interested in making money - they've always been interested in making money. What we think of now as the golden age of Hollywood - 1930's and the early 40's, they were interested in making money then and if you look closely, most of the movies that came out then were pretty terrible. An occasionally good one would come out by virtue of the fact that many of those directors were very talented but they had to fight, fight and fight the studios and some of them occasionally won their fights and you'd see a good film. But, for the most part, if you look at the thousands and thousands of films that Hollywood's made from its inception, the overwhelming majority of them are bad films." 8. Clip - Hollywood Ending 9. Vs Cannes Jury members arrive 10. Sharon Stone arrives 11. Cutaway - Pan from camera to WS 12. SOT David Lynch, film director and president of the Cannes Jury 2002: "Should I speak? I haven't been here every year - always for me this has been the greatest film festival and the place where you look for great cinema and inspiration. What I'm looking at, and what I think we're all looking at, is 22 films, it doesn't matter what went before we're not thinking about Christmas, although we hope it'll be great. We've got our eye on the 22 films." 13. Cutaway 14. SOT David Lynch: "We met each other last night and I'm sure there was some nervousness upon meeting but I think it's safe to say that we all very much liked the faces we saw and the feeling in the room was so good, this is a very special jury. We each have a vote - it's a democracy, we're working together and we'll have our meetings, we'll see the 22 films and at the meetings I foresee very good discussions and also some very good coffee and good food." 15. Cutaway 16. SOT Sharon Stone: "When we just did the photocall I was sort of embarrassed because I realised I went from being honey and mama to being Sharon Sharon and I felt kind of silly. I'm so much more used to being mama and honey, 'honey can you hand me that?' and 'mom mom mom mom' so it was really kind of weird and I think I've learned that I'm a little more comfortable being 'mom mom' and 'honey can you get that?' and I didn't really get the other thing that much." (SOT David Lynch: "We might start calling you honey") SOT Sharon Stone: "Honey might be easier for me. I think I've learned that I would rather bring to my work a little more of the honey and the mom part and I've learned that, as an artist, I really want to protect myself and I want to try not to be so much in the bright light because I feel that it distorts my ability to protect my work." 17. SOT Michelle Yeoh: "As the actress and this time as a juror, there is pressure in different ways, but the most amazing feeling of being in Cannes is the best film festival and there is a film market at the same time, so all of the film makers from the heart, all of the film makers are here at the same time so it gives me a perfect opportunity not only to view and to have my fingertips on the pulse of what's happening globally and to meet and discuss what is happening. As an actress you come for very very selfish reasons - I want my movie to do well and you want the best possible publicity for it - this time it's different because I want everybody's film to do well and it's going to be hard work, but it's a pleasure to be here." 18. Palais steps 19. B-Roll Luc Besson 20. Cutaway photographer 21. B-Roll French Actress from Before Sunrise 22. B-Roll Latitia Castille 23. B-Roll Milla Jovovich 24. Jury Arriving, David Lynch, Michelle Yeoh 25. Cu Sharon Stone 26. Cu David Lynch 27. Cu other members of jury (Greek one and French one) 28. Rosanna Arquette 29 Arrival Woody Allen with Soon-Yi Previn 30 WS photocall cast of 'Hollywood Ending' 32. CA press Canal Plus footage 33. Woody Allen walking to stage 34. Woody Allen being presented with award with cutaways to crowd applauding 35. SOT Woody Allen: "Je declare le cinquante centieme festival du Cannes ouvre" 36. VS crowd 37. WS stage OPENING THE CANNES Woody Allen said Wednesday that he disagrees strongly with an advertisement from an American Jewish group warning Americans attending the Cannes Film Festival about anti-Semitism in France. The advertisement placed in Hollywood trade papers last week by the American Jewish Congress does not call for a boycott of the festival, which opened Wednesday, but the group says that those who do attend should do so only if they'll speak out against anti-Semitism. "I don't believe in it," Allen said at a news conference, in response to a question. "I've never felt the French people were in any way anti-Semitic," the director said. The advertisement, which appeared in Variety and the Hollywood Reporter on May 8, reads: "If you are going to CANNES please consider: France, 1942 ... France, 2002." It compares wartime anti-Semitic incidents to those reported recently, including the fire bombing of synagogues, arson attacks, and the desecration of Torah scrolls. The recent spate of anti-Semitic attacks in France has been linked by many to the escalating fighting in the Middle East, and has been blamed by Jewish groups on Muslim youths venting their anger. Some American Jews have been canceling trips to France. However, Roger Cukierman, president of CRIF, an umbrella organisation for secular French Jewish groups, was recently in New York and Washington to say that a boycott would be "counterproductive." Jack Rosen, president of the American Jewish Congress, said his group is not calling for an outright boycott, but "if people do decide to attend the festival, they should do so only if they speak out against the current anti-Semitism in France." Allen also commented on the recent French elections, in which extreme-right leader Jean-Marie Le Pen, widely seen as racist and anti semitic, stunned the country by qualifying for a runoff against President Jacques Chirac. He then lost to Chirac in a landslide. "I think the French can be very proud of the way they responded in the last election," Allen said, calling Le Pen's defeat "a clear-cut response to the extreme right." Allen also admitted he was not looking forward to walking up the red carpet at the palais. "I'm suppressing panic," he said. "But I've already rented a tuxedo and it's too late to back out." But he wasn't afraid to launch a blistering attack on the Hollywood system of making movies. "In Hollywood...the idea behind the films is to make as much money as possible. If the film is good, that's incidental," he said. "They're very happy when the film comes out good, but they would be happier really making a bad film that made a lot of money than making a good film that made less money," he concluded. CANNES JURY PRESS CONFERENCE Hollywood actress Sharon Stone proved to be the star of the Cannes Jury press conference this afternoon when she made one of her rare public appearances since she suffering a debilitating stroke last year. The 44-year-old "Basic Instinct" star suffered the potentially life-threatening stroke last September and was rumoured to have been admitted to hospital in San Francisco a few days ago after another health setback. But she was well enough to attend the Cannes Film Festival today where she is on the Grand Jury panel for the prestigious Palme d'Or competition. The panel that will decide which of the 22 films in competition will win the Palm D'or is headed by "Mulholland Drive" director David Lynch and also includes "Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon" star Michelle Yeoh and Brazilian director Walter Salles. Also in the panel are Danish director Billie August, Indonesian actress Christine Hakim, French directors Claude Miller, Roul Ruiz, and Regis Wargnier. Stone took time off from Hollywood two years ago to raise her adopted son Roan with husband Phil Bronstein. Her return to the movie business was then put on hold after she suffered the stroke and the time away from Hollywood has caused her to re-evaluate her career, she said. The star whose most famous scene saw her uncross her legs to reveal her lack of underwear in Basic Instinct said she now felt "embarrassed" to be posing for the paparazzi and was happier in her role as a wife and mother. "For two years I have been called `mama' or `honey' so it feels silly having all these photographers shouting out my name. It's really kind of weird," she said. "I'm now more comfortable being a mom and I've learned that I want to bring the qualities of being a mom into my new roles." Stone said she would be spending less time in the "bright light" of Hollywood and would instead concentrate on playing supporting roles and working on the other side of the camera. OPENING NIGHT STEPS The European stars came thick and fast to see Woody Allen's "Hollywood Ending" open the 2002 Cannes film festival. Jury member Sharon Stone wore a floor length leopard-print dress with a revealing plunge neckline and 24 carat diamond drop earrings from jewellers Chopard. The actress blew kisses to the crowds who packed the street outside the Palais du Festival to watch the stars arrive. She was with fellow Grand Jury members David Lynch and Michelle Yeoh, who wore a white halter-neck gown. Woody Allen was one of the last to arrive, having earlier joked he was having panic attacks at the thought of attending the premiere of his new film. He was with the cast of the film and his wife, Soon Yi. Also there was Rosanna Arquette, Milla Jojovich and French model Latitia Castilla. The likes of Jack Nicholson, Christina Ricci and Helena Bonham Carter are all due in Cannes this week to promote their own films, but there was no sign of them on the red carpet tonight. OPENING CEREMONY Inside the Palais De Festivals, Woody Allen was given a standing ovation as he took to the stage to open the festival. Looking embarrassed as he received a special award, Allen took a chance on his French skills to address the crowd, saying, "Je declare le cinquante centieme festival du Cannes ouvert." FILM CLEARANCE DETAILS Hollywood Ending DreamWorks 818 777 4600
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