Rebecca Hall dazzled as she walked the red carpet in a purple sequin dress for the premiere of her directorial debut Passing at the London Film Festival on Sunday.
She was joined by Ruth Negga, who looked stunning in a figure hugging pink midi dress with puffed sleeves.
Rebecca, 39, looked stunning in the stand-out number, boasting three quarter-length sleeves and a ruffled hem.
Wow! Rebecca Hall (left) dazzled in a purple sequined dress as she attended the premiere of her directorial debut Passing with Star Ruth Negga (right) at the London Film Festival
Actress Ruth, 39, who plays Clare in the film, wore a flawless layer of makeup consisting of dark purple lipstick and winged eyeliner.
She wore her raven locks in an elegant up-do while wearing pink satin heeled shoes.
Rebecca, meanwhile, wore dark eye shadow and a neutral lip color while she flashed a smile.
Beautiful: Rebecca, the director of the new release, looked amazing in the stand-out issue that had three quarter-length sleeves and and a ruffled bottom
Fantastic: Actress Ruth, who plays Clare in the film, had a flawless layer of make-up consisting of dark purple lipstick and winged eyeliner
The film follows the surprising reunion of two school friends, who then unleash a mutual obsession that threatens their carefully constructed lives.
It is an adaptation from Nella Larsen’s acclaimed novel from 1929 of the same name.
The film also plays the star Sorry To Bother You Tess Thompson, who plays Irene.
Rebecca has admitted that the film is deeply personal as she breaks her family’s own story of passing by.
Good mood: Ruth wore her raven locks in an elegant up-do while wearing pink satin heeled shoes while posing with the instructor wearing dark eye shadow and neutral lipstick
New release: The film follows the surprising reunion of two schoolmates, who then unleash a mutual obsession that threatens their carefully constructed lives, and also plays Tessa Thompson
The film aims to deliver a richly layered study of race, class and sexuality, and the lives we choose – or do not choose – to lead.
Earlier Sunday, Killing Eve star Fiona Shaw caused concern as she attended the VIP screening of the film.
The 63-year-old actress, who plays Carolyn Martens on the popular BBC show, needed help from crutches when she arrived for the special screening.
Expected: It’s an adaptation of Nella Larsen’s acclaimed 1929 novel of the same name, and the film also features the star Sorry To Bother You, Tess Thompson, who plays Irene
Concerned: Killing Eve star Fiona Show, 63, sparked concern as she took part in the crutch screening
Wearing a cream-ribbed jumper with a zipper and a pair of black loose-fitting trousers, Fiona beamed as she held it casually for the BFI premiere.
The star was ready to support the film’s lead Ruth at the special VIP screening.
Despite her unexplained injury, Fiona was still in a good mood as she posed with her crutches.
MailOnline has contacted a representative of Fiona Shaw for comments.
Support: The actress who plays Carolyn Martens on the popular BBC show needed help from crutches when she arrived for the special screening of the film
Fiona recently hit the headlines as she sensationally hit ageism towards women in the film industry.
After starring in the acclaimed film My Left Foot with Daniel Day Lewis in 1989, she went to Hollywood.
When she remembered the time she arrived in LA, she told The Guardian, ‘I was told’ You’m very old. ” I remember thinking, ‘That’s bad.’ She was 28.
Award winner: Talks about the role of MI6 boss Carolyn Martens, one of whom was a Bafta in 2019, which she feels she’d been waiting for ‘her whole life’
She eventually won a role in the film Three Men and a Little Lady, in which she played a horny headmaster, ‘completely finished with my film career’, she says, laughing.
She added that she spoke to Ipaper, ‘Once you have passed the age of being a heroine, you are doomed’.
However, she admitted that the role of MI6 boss Carolyn Martens, one of whom was a Bafta in 2019, was one that she feels she’d been waiting for ‘her whole life’.
Heroine: Fiona found fame in the 1989 Oscar-winning film My Left Foot
Fiona describes her character in Killing Eve ‘as a bag of monkeys, I do not know what she’s doing.
‘This unrecognizability is the key to her magnetism, viewers are attracted to the MI6 boss
‘Who in many respects is a deeply dissimilar character – because,’ ‘says Shaw,’ she’s mysterious. ‘
She knows a lot more than she lets go… She sometimes plays a longer game than her behavior seems to show.
‘The personality needed to work in MI6 is not warm and affectionate. Because you have to be careful about everything everyone says to you ‘.
‘You also have to be very careful about what you say, how you behave and who you love. It gives really good excitement. ‘
Complex character: Fiona described her character in Killing Eve as’ a bag of monkeys, I never know what she’s doing