Cannes: Marianna Rosset amazed onlookers on the red carpet

Without a doubt, the Cannes Film Festival is one of the biggest annual red carpet events in the world. Unfortunately, in 2020 there were no premieres due to the coronavirus pandemic but this year the event came roaring back.


Among the biggest stars in the world including, Bella Hadid, Izabel Goulart, Jodie Turner-Smith, Chiara Ferragni and Nick and Priyanka Jonas, there was also a glamorous couple who represented Cyprus with their movie “S.O.S. Survive or Sacrifice”; actress and Producer Marianna Rosset with her husband -also a Producer- Vitaly Rosset were there to show that Cyprus and especially ALTADIUM Group can produce outstanding movies.


Marianna Rosset was delivered glamorous vibes in a violet – striking Gregory Morfi gown in which walked down the red carpet and caught the attention of the photographers who could not take their eyes off of her. But that’s not the only dress who caught the attention as she wore five different outstanding Gregory Morfi evening dresses and impressed everyone.


The “Ghosts of Monday” actress talked exclusively to Anna Krith’s lifestyle about the red carpet experience by saying that she is super happy that she represented Cyprus in the 74th Cannes Film Festival. She also revealed that she discussed her new projects with some important people while she gave a lot of international interviews.
The premiere of their movie “S.O.S. Survive or sacrifice” (2020) was followed by an after-screening soiree where ALTADIUM Group -also- presented their latest film production from Cyprus, which is called “The Ghosts of Monday”.
Her appearance on the red carpet also did the Cypriot TV Presenter and Actress Maria Ioannou who was stunning in her marvelous dress.


Marianna and Vitaly Rosset, love Cyprus and are doing their best to promote the island throughout the world. In 2019, they went walked again on the red carpet and they did an outstanding appearance. Marianna, even, impressed everyone as she arrived on the red carpet in a striking dress emblazoned with the map of Cyprus, including the island’s national flag.

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