Tilda Swinton received an honorary lion at the Venice Film Festival. She had a special accessory with her on the red carpet.
Tilda Swinton (59, "Suspiria") received the honorary lion for her life's work at the Venice Film Festival on Wednesday evening. The Scottish Oscar winner was honored on the opening evening by this year's jury president Cate Blanchett (51). Before Swinton posed for the photographers with her golden lion, she provided an eye-catching moment on the red carpet with a gold accessory.
The actress wore a gold Venetian-style mask in her right hand. Swinton kept holding the accessory in the form of a filigree butterfly in front of his face. For her glamorous appearance, she also chose a black and white combination of a floor-length skirt with an implied mullet cut and a sleeveless blouse with a flounce collar. Swinton had her short hair pulled back from her face so that her silver statement earring was shown off perfectly. The actress kept her make-up subtle, she only put on some blush and a light brown lipstick.
She later wore a white mask
The Hollywood star was later seen wearing a white face mask. Due to the corona pandemic, guests of the film festival are requested to wear mouth and nose protection at all times. Swinton can be seen in Pedro Almodóvar's drama "The Human Voice", which premieres on September 3rd in Venice. The 77th Venice Film Festival will run until September 12th. A total of 18 feature films compete for the Golden Lion, including the Berlin political drama "And tomorrow the whole world".