Ruth Wilson attends the photo-call for new film True Things at Venice Film Festival


Ruth Wilson looked chic as she attended the photo call for the new film True Things at Venice Film Festival on Saturday. 

The actress, 39, looked amazing as she donned a white blazer with a bright orange turtleneck for the occasion. 

The 2021 Venice Film Festival is taking place between the 1st and 11th of September, and is considered one of the world’s oldest awards ceremonies and one of the ‘Big Five’ events. 

Looking good: Ruth Wilson looked chic as she attended the photo-call for the new film True Things at Venice Film Festival on Saturday

Ruth also wore trendy long black shorts and tied the whole look together with orange heeled mules which matched her top. 

Her mid length red locks were styled in a middle parting and hung to just above her shoulders. 

She didn’t wear any jewellery, and her make up emphasised her natural beauty with a subtle hint of eye liner and a slick of nude lipstick.  

Wow: The actress looked amazing as she donned a white blazer with a bright orange turtleneck for the occasion

Wow: The actress looked amazing as she donned a white blazer with a bright orange turtleneck for the occasion 

Ruth later posed with her co-star Tom Burke and the film’s director Harry Wootliff. 

The Mank actor sported mutton chops and a summery beige suit for the event, paired with a turquoise tie and white trainers. 

Harry, who is also one of the co-writers, wore a pink blouse, cream trousers and black heeled espadrilles.  

Team: Ruth later posed with her co-star Tom Burke and the film's director Harry Wootliff

Team: Ruth later posed with her co-star Tom Burke and the film’s director Harry Wootliff

New film: The drama follows a young woman (Ruth) who lives on the fringes of society before becoming intoxicated with a man (Tom) who takes over her life

New film: The drama follows a young woman (Ruth) who lives on the fringes of society before becoming intoxicated with a man (Tom) who takes over her life

The drama follows a young woman (Ruth) who lives on the fringes of society before becoming intoxicated with a man (Tom) who takes over her life. 

The film has been produced by the Jane Eyre star, beside Jude Law. 

It is based on the book True Things About Me by the Welsh poet Deborah Kay Davies. 

Fashionable: Ruth also wore trendy long black shorts and tied the whole look together with orange heeled mules which matched her top

Fashionable: Ruth also wore trendy long black shorts and tied the whole look together with orange heeled mules which matched her top

Elsewhere at the festival, two Afgan filmmakers, Sahraa Karimi and Sahra Mani, are to discuss the Taliban’s takeover of the country, with ‘particular attention to the situation of filmmakers and artists,’ in a panel taking place on Saturday. 

This year’s jury is headed by Parasite frontman Bong Joon Ho, who said he is ‘honoured to be woven into its beautiful cinematic tradition. 

‘As president of the jury — and more importantly as a perpetual cinephile — I’m ready to admire and applaud all the great films selected by the festival. I’m filled with genuine hope and excitement.’

The jury is also comprised of  director Saverio Costanzo, actress Virginie Efira, star Cynthia Erivo, actress Sarah Gadon, documentarian Alexander Nanau, and director Chloé Zhao.  

Chic: Ruth's mid length red locks were styled in a middle parting and hung to just above her shoulders

Chic: Ruth’s mid length red locks were styled in a middle parting and hung to just above her shoulders

This year’s festival has also seen the grand return of its star-studded red carpet premieres, after last year’s event was drastically scaled back due to the Covid pandemic.

Last year’s occasion saw a significantly smaller number of guests in attendance, will all red carpet arrivals required to adhere to social distancing, with temperature checks and mask wearing mandatory at the event.

Despite its return, this year’s festival is still adhering to strict Covid guidelines, following a rise in cases in Italy.

Public access to the red carpet is banned, and more than 10 testing stations have been set up.

All attendees must show proof of a negative test or vaccination to enter a screen, and masks are required indoors. 

Simple: She didn't wear any jewellery, and her make up emphasised her natural beauty with a subtle hint of eye liner and a slick of nude lipstick for event

Simple: She didn’t wear any jewellery, and her make up emphasised her natural beauty with a subtle hint of eye liner and a slick of nude lipstick for event 



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