Cannes, France– The second half of the week at Cannes was as gorgeous, weather-wise, as the first half. When they weren’t cooped up in the Palais des Festivals, attendees strolled Le Croisette or hit sponsored beach parties thrown by agencies and media companies.
Watch below for glimpses of the Yahoo beach party, a late night crowd outside the Gutter Bar, and a smile-activated ice cream vending machine – created by SapientNitro for Unilever – that has dispensed approximately 6,000 frozen treats this week.
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