Cate Blanchett posed for photographers after receiving silver at the Telluride Film Festival on Saturday in Telluride, Colorado.
The actress, 53, cut a chic figure in a black jacket adorned with dazzling silver studs, which she teamed with a pair of skin-tight leather pants.
Raising her waist with matching heeled boots, she bit the sparkling medallion while sporting her short blonde tresses covering one eye.
Gorgeous: Cate Blanchett posed for photographers after receiving silver at the Telluride Film Festival on Saturday in Telluride, Colorado
Donning a white top and donning a pair of sunglasses, the Nightmare Alley star was joined by Iranian actress Zara Amir for a radiant snap.
The Oscar-winning actor is currently promoting Tár, a drama from In the Bedroom director Todd Field, and recently appeared at the Venice Film Festival.
Filmed in Berlin last year, the plot follows Cate’s character, Lydia Tár, as she becomes the first-ever female conductor of a German orchestra.
The trailer hints that the film will deal with themes of power and madness.
Wow! The actress, 53, cut a chic figure in a black jacket adorned with dazzling silver studs, which she paired with a pair of skin-tight leather pants
Exciting: The Oscar winner is currently promoting Tár, a drama from Todd Field, the director of In the Bedroom, and was recently at the Venice Film Festival
Deserving: She bit the sparkling medal while wearing her short blonde tresses covering one eye
It’s only Todd’s third film to direct and his first since 2007’s Little Children. Despite his limited run, Field’s films have been nominated for eight Academy Awards.
Meanwhile, viewers might be shocked at how Cate transformed for the role.
Looking much older and makeup-free, the Lord of the Rings star begins the preview by gazing into space.
Dressed in a green shirt, her long blonde hair messy, she looks tense and nervous.
Looking good: She raised her waist with matching black heeled boots
Incredible: She looked like every inch of the Hollywood movie star
Interesting: She chatted with the audience on stage
As the classic choral music rises over the soundtrack, white smoke emerges from Lydia’s mouth in slow motion, eventually obscuring her entire face.
A voiceover hints that the film discusses the impact of the “global pandemic on our culture”.
“There are other kinds of plagues that visit us,” continues the narrator.
Good morning! She shook hands with film producer Janet Yang at the event
Pals: Donning a white top and donning a pair of sunglasses, the Nightmare Alley star was joined by Iranian actress Zara Amir for a radiant snap
“Power, real power, requires camouflage…and if you want to put on that mask…you have to stand before God and the public and annihilate yourself.”
The trailer ends with Cate’s character Lydia leading a full orchestra in dramatic fashion.
She plays alongside Mark Strong (Cruella) and Nina Hoss (Homeland).
It comes after Cate received the Chaplin Award in New York in April.
The award, which was founded in 1972 and is named after Charlie Chaplin, is given to recognize the careers and contributions of artists who have left their mark on the medium.
A regular on the global awards circuit, Blanchett has received major awards from around the world, including two Oscars, three BAFTAs, three Screen Actors Guild Awards and an Order of Australia.
Trailer: Meanwhile, viewers might be shocked at how Cate transformed for the role