Cannes 2014 Closing Ceremony: Uma Thurman Has A Last Waltz On The Red Carpet

By Emma Spedding - 9 December 2014

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Uma Thurman in Marchesa [Getty]

Over the past 12 days we have been treated to a number of breathtaking tulle-tastic gowns, as Hollywood's finest hit the red carpet at the Cannes Film Festival. The fashion over on La Croisette didn't disappoint - from Blake Lively's collection of dreamy ball gowns to Chloe Grace Moretz in an adorable Chanel boater.

Sadly the frock-a-thon has come to an end, as last night was the closing ceremony. Seriously, what are we going to do without our daily dose of red carpet glamour? Thankfully for now we have one last batch of floor-sweepers to dissect.

The festival closed with a special screening of the 1964 film starring Clint Eastwood, A Fistful of Dollars. The screening was hosted by Quentin Tarrentino who hit the red carpet with Uma Thurman. Uma wore a Marchesa white satin gown with embroidery on the bodice and a sheer elaborate neckline.

For once it wasn't the dress that got us talking, but Uma's dancing skills. The actress did a last waltz, spinning up the red carpet with her date Quentin.

Paz Vega in Ralph & Russo Couture [Getty]

Also on the red carpet was Sofia Coppola who wore a simple navy custom Valentino gown with short sleeves, which she spiced up with a diamond and ruby necklace by Chopard. Paz Vega gave us train envy in her sweeping embellished Ralph & Russo couture gown, with a black rose on the shoulder which cascaded into a black waist belt.

It's not all about the dresses however, remember this is a serious film festival. Last night the winners of the prestigious Palme D'Or were revealed, and this year it went to Turkey's Nuri Bilge Ceylan for his film Winter Sleep. While Brit Timothy Spall was named best actor for his portrayal of the British artist Turner in Mr Turner.

To see more from this year's film festival check out our round up of the best trends at Cannes. If you're reading Cannes officials, next year make it a liiiittle bit longer please.

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