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Ah, Cannes … a week when the industry celebrates its accomplishments, receives awards and lives the good life in the South of France. Here's a look at the numbers behind the glitz and glam of Cannes 2016.
$22,715: Price of a Yacht Pass, which includes five complete festival passes and access to a spot in the harbor for eight days
$161: Price of Black Angus chateaubriand from La Palme d'Or restaurant at the swanky Grand Hyatt Cannes Hôtel Martinez
Price to play
$404: Entry fee for least expensive categories (Design and Product Design)
$1,565: Entry fee for priciest category (Titanium)
$1,398: Starting cost of duplicate trophies for Gold, Silver and Bronze Lions
40%: Judges in 2016 who are female creatives, up from 31.5% last year and 28.5% in 2014
4%: Delegates over 28 years of age who are female creatives, according to a 2014 analysis by the festival
15%: Delegates under 28 years of age who are female creatives