Colorful film festival ends in black: Cate Blanchett & Co. pay tribute to the Queen


Writed by - Andy Gocker
  Cate Blanchett on the Red Carpet in Venice
Cate Blanchett arrives in black on the final day of the Venice Film Festival. © IMAGO/ZUMA Wire, IMAGO/Imagespace,

A colorful film festival came to an end in Venice on Saturday (September 10). But on the final day of the event, several stars walked the red carpet all in black. Including the actress Cate Blanchett (53), who received the award for best actress for her performance in the film 'Tar'.

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  Julianne Moore at the Venice Film Festival.
Julianne Moore also came to the award ceremony in black. © action press, ActionPress

With her elegant, floor-length one-shoulder dress, which she also combined with a black chiffon cape, the Australian-US actress expressed her sympathy for the death of Queen Elizabeth II. (1926-2022), who died on September 8th at the age of 96.

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In addition to Cate, who was able to celebrate her award in Venice in the presence of mother June and daughter Edith (7), other women also chose an all-black outfit. About US actress Julianne Moore (61), who opted for a strapless, short-sleeved ruffled dress. Meanwhile, the pregnant 'Downton Abbey' star Jessica Brown Findlay (32) shone in a strapless dress with dazzling details. A special eye-catcher on her were shiny black gloves that reached to chest height.

The winners of the film festival

Next to Blanchett was best actress Colin Farrell (46) was named best actor thanks to 'The Banshees of Inisherin'. Luca Guadagnino (51) accepted the award for best director, the Golden Lion for best film went to Laura Poitras' (58) documentary 'All the Beauty and the Bloodshed '.

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