She is currently president of the jury of the 77th Venice Film Festival.
And Cate Blanchett was truly the main lady as she exuded glamor attending the Spy No Tsuma (Spy Wife) screening on Wednesday.
The actress, 51, stunned in a plunging black maxi dress as she led the glitzy red carpet arrivals.
Wow: Cate Blanchett really was the main lady as she exuded glamor as she walked the red carpet for the Spy No Tsuma (Wife Of A Spy) screening on Wednesday
Cate’s stunning black dress featured sequin detailing, a long train, and a chunky black belt that cinched her waist.
The Thor: Ragnarok star proved less is more with her accessories, opting for a gold bracelet and simple gold earrings to complete her look.
The beauty accentuated her features with a simple makeup palette, while her blonde locks were styled in soft waves.
Principal Lady: The actress, 51, stunned in a plunging black dress to the floor as she led arrivals on the glitzy red carpet
Joining Cate on the red carpet was actor and jury member Matt Dillon, who looked stylish in a black blazer and t-shirt paired with cream pants.
Matt, 56, presented an animated screen while smiling and waving his hand as he stepped on the carpet.
Also in attendance was jury member Ludivine Sagnier, who looked stunning in a black mini dress.
She increased her height with towering black suede platforms, while she carried her essentials in a black handbag.
Showstopping: Cate’s stunning black dress featured sequin details, a long train, and a chunky black belt that tightened her waist
Finishing touches: The star of Thor: Ragnarok proved that less is more with her accessories, opting for gold bracelets and simple gold earrings to complete her look.
Looking good: Cate cut a glamorous figure from all angles
Cate’s exit comes after revealing that she prefers to be called an actor rather than an actress, as she often finds the latter term to be used in a “pejorative sense.”
Supporting the Berlin International Film Festival’s new plan to end gender awards, she told AFP: “I’ve always called myself an actor.
“I’m from the generation where the word actress was almost always used in a derogatory sense. So I claim the other space.
Hey there: The movie star waved as she walked towards the movie screening
Look who it is: Joining Cate on the red carpet was actor and jury member Matt Dillon, who looked dapper in a black blazer and t-shirt paired with cream pants
Beau: Matt, 56, presented an animated screen while smiling and waving his hand while walking on the carpet
Superb: Ludivine Sagnier, member of the jury, was also present in a black mini-dress.
Cate leads the jury in Venice in a historic year, when the number of female directors vying for the top prize quadrupled to eight.
“I think a good performance is a good performance regardless of the sexual orientation of whoever does it,” she added of her thoughts on the matter.
“The hardest thing as a jury member is judging the work of others. This is the hardest thing, not the (gender) demarcation.
Woman in black: She increased her height with towering black suede platforms, while she carried her essentials in a black handbag
The Venice Film Festival is one of the oldest award ceremonies in the world and is listed as one of the “Big Five”. It started on September 2 and ends on September 12.
According to Variety, when the Film Festival unveiled its official selection in late July, “the unprecedented inclusion of eight female-led titles in the 18-film roster was heralded as welcome progress for an event that has been criticized these days. last years for a rarity. representation of women filmmakers. ‘
Cate was chosen to lead the jury in January, making her the third woman in four years to fill the role.
Line-up: The trio joined other members of the jury at the event at the 77th annual Venice Film Festival