1987 • 13th edition

From 5th to 14th Sep­tem­ber 1987.
The star Bette Davis, who was in Deauville for the first time at the age of 79, was giv­en a tri­umphant recep­tion at the Fes­ti­val and from fes­ti­val­go­ers. The Fes­ti­val also paid trib­ute to Rita Hay­worth, who passed away a few months ear­li­er, and was rep­re­sent­ed in Deauville by her daugh­ter, the Princess Yas­min Aga Khan. The oth­ers receiv­ing trib­ute were Janet Leigh, Shirley MacLaine, Dou­glas Fair­banks Jr., Stew­art Granger, Robert Par­rish, and Bri­an de Pal­ma. Fur­ther trib­utes were paid to Hollywood’s 100 years («Hol­ly­wood Cel­e­brates its Cen­te­nary – Leg­ends and Real­i­ty») and the 20th anniver­sary of Stu­dio Action, the Parisian the­atre spe­cial­iz­ing in «Anglo-Sax­on» cin­e­ma. A new «Coup de Coeur» prize, award­ed by the press or audi­ences, and spon­sored by the LTC lab­o­ra­to­ry, would hence­forth hail inde­pen­dent cinema.

Affiche de la 13e édition du Festival du Cinéma Américain de Deauville

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