Rebecca Hall sparkled as she walked the red carpet Sunday in a purple sequined dress for the premiere of her directorial debut Passing at the London Film Festival.
She was joined by Ruth Negga, who looked stunning in a form-fitting pink midi dress with puff sleeves.
Rebecca, 39, looked stunning in the eye-catching three-quarter sleeve number with a ruffled hem.
Wow! Rebecca Hall (left) shone in a purple sequined gown 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 perfectly applied layer of makeup consisting of dark purple lipstick and winged eyeliner.
She had her raven locks in an elegant up-do while wearing pink satin heels.
Rebecca, meanwhile, wore dark eyeshadow and a neutral lip color while smiling.
Stunning: Rebecca, the director of the new release, looked stunning in the eye-catching three-quarter sleeve number with a ruffled hem
Amazing: Actress Ruth, who plays Clare in the film, had on a perfectly applied layer of makeup consisting of dark purple lipstick and winged eyeliner
The film follows the surprising reunion of two school friends, which then leads to a mutual obsession that threatens their carefully crafted lives.
It is an adaptation of Nella Larsen’s acclaimed 1929 novel of the same name.
The film also stars Sorry To Bother You actress Tess Thompson, who plays Irene.
Rebecca has admitted that the film is very personal, as she researched the history of her family’s passing.
Cheers: Ruth had her raven locks in an elegant up-do wearing pink satin heels while posing with the director, who wore dark eyeshadow and neutral lipstick
New Release: The film follows the surprising reunion of two high school friends, which then sparks a mutual obsession that threatens their carefully crafted lives, as well as starring Tessa Thompson
The film aims to deliver a richly layered investigation into race, class and sexuality, and the lives we choose – or don’t – lead.
Earlier on Sunday, Killing Eve star Fiona Shaw raised concerns as she attended the film’s VIP screening.
The actress, 63, who plays Carolyn Martens on the hit BBC show, required the assistance of crutches when she arrived for the special screening.
Expect: It’s an adaptation of Nella Larsen’s acclaimed 1929 novel of the same name, and the film also stars Sorry To Bother You actress Tess Thompson, who plays Irene.
Concerned: Killing Eve star Fiona Show, 63, raised concern as she attended screening on crutches
Fiona was wearing a cream-colored ribbed zip-up sweater and black loose-fitting trousers. Fiona beamed as she kept it casual for the BFI premiere.
The star was on hand to support the film’s lead role, Ruth, at the VIP special screening.
Despite her unexplained injury, Fiona was still cheerful, posing with her crutches.
MailOnline has reached out to a Fiona Shaw representative for comment.
Support: The actress who plays Carolyn Martens in the hit BBC show needed the help of crutches when she arrived for the film’s special screening
Fiona recently made headlines when she made a sensational statement about ageism against women in the film industry.
After starring in the critically acclaimed film My Left Foot with Daniel Day Lewis in 1989, she went to Hollywood.
Recalling the time she arrived in LA, she told The Guardian, “I was told you are very old.” I remember thinking, ‘that’s bad.’ She was 28.
Award winner: Speaking about the role of MI6 chief Carolyn Martens, whose 2019 Bafta was one she’s ‘waited for all her life’
She eventually won a part in the movie Three Men and a Little Lady, in which she played a dorky school principal, “finishing my film career,” she says with a laugh.
She added to the Ipaper: ‘Once you’re past the age of heroine, you’re doomed’.
However, she admitted that the role of MI6 chief Carolyn Martens, whose 2019 Bafta was one she has “waited for all her life.”
Heroine: Fiona rose to fame in the 1989 Oscar-winning film My Left Foot
Fiona describes her character in Killing Eve as “a bag of monkeys, I don’t know what she’s up to.
That unknowability is key to her appeal, viewers are drawn to the MI6 boss
“Who is a very unappealing character in many ways — because,” Shaw says, “she’s mysterious.”
She knows a lot more than she lets on… She sometimes plays a longer game than her behavior seems to show.
‘The personality needed to work in MI6 is not warm and cuddly. Because you have to be wary of everything everyone says to you.”
“You also have to be very careful about what you say, how you behave and who you love. It creates a very good tension.’
Complex character: Fiona described her character in Killing Eve as ‘a bag of monkeys, I never know what she’s up to’