In 1975, the French photographer Brigitte Lacombe, twenty-five at the time, was sent by ELLE magazine to cover the Cannes film festival, where she took several portraits of actors and directors, they would soon invite Lacombe and her camera on their film sets. This was the beginning of an important career in collaboration with the leading figures in the world of cinema, theatre, music and politics.
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