Pink Ribbon Monaco

Pink Ribbon Monaco - The American actress and director Jodie Foster will participate in the screening of a documentary, tomorrow October 3rd, in which she participated, on the life of the director Alice Guy Blaché. For the ninth year in a row, the Principality joins International Breast Cancer Awareness Month in October. The team of Pink Ribbon Monaco has chosen to develop its visibility this year with the presentation at the Cinema des Beaux-Arts where “Be Natural” will be presented, a documentary dedicated to the life of Alice Guy Blaché, a French pioneer of world cinema, the first film director in 1896. The film is directed by Pamela B. Green and narrated by Jodie Foster .Following the screening, Jodie Foster, Pamela Green and French director Anne Fontaine will answer questions from the audience.

The following day, a gala dinner at the Hotel Métropole, prepared by chef Christophe Cussac, will bring together the team of Pink Ribbon Monaco who has chosen, this year, to honor people who have accomplished remarkable actions and provided support, comfort and hope for women with breast cancer. The benefits gathered during these two events will support the CHPG and its actions with patients treated for breast cancer. For more information go to


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