Cate Blanchett looks stylish in a Czech blazer and skinny trousers as she leaves Venice after the city’s first socially perverted film festival ends
Dusting on a very different Venice Film Festival it was a stylish Cate Blanchett who bid farewell to the picturesque Italian city for another year on Sunday.
The 51-year-old Australian actress caught the eye in a Czech blazer and skinny leather trousers as she left her hotel after the festival’s closing ceremony the previous evening.
She paired her look with a classic white T-shirt, while tasty black leather ankle boots rounded off.
She’s Off: With Dust at a Very Different Venice Film Festival it was a stylish Cate Blanchett who bid farewell to the picturesque Italian city for another year on Sunday.
According to current security guidelines, the actress made her way to the airport and covered her instantly recognizable features with a face mask.
The previous evening Kate, who served on this year’s Venice jury, joined the festivities as the US-produced Nomaland won the prestigious Golden Lion Award.
The film, directed by Chinese-origin Chloe Zhao – stars Oscar winner Frances McDormand as a widow who lives as a nomad after the 2008 economic crisis.
Feeling good: The 51-year-old Australian actress caught the eye in a Czech blazer and skinny leather trousers as she walked from her hotel the previous evening after the festival’s closing ceremony.
Kate explained that the winner was chosen ‘healthy and strong’, with Star Frances accepting through the award. Zoom.
The 77th edition of the Venice Film Festival was also the first live event as the COVID-19 pandemic began to present to a live audience, although all guests were required to wear masks and only half the seats in the venue to ensure social distancing Were used for .
The new order – directed by Mexican filmmaker Michele Franco – and Wife of a Spy – brought to life by Kiyoshi Kurosawa of Japan – was awarded the Silver Lions.
Well done: The previous evening Kate, who served on this year’s Venice jury, joined the festivities as the US-produced Nomadland won the prestigious Golden Lion Award
Franco’s work also received a Grand Jury Award, while Russian director Andrei Konchalovsky was awarded the Special Jury Award for his period film Dear Comrades !, about the 1962 massacre of protesters in the USSR.
After Kate’s outing she appears that she prefers to be referred to as an actor as an actress, as she often finds the latter word to be used in a ‘pejorative sense’.
In order to throw her support behind the new plan of the Berlin International Film Festival, to stay away from the awards she told AFP, ‘I have always referred to myself as an actor.
‘I belong to the generation where the term actress was almost always used in a bizarre sense. So I claim another space. ‘