Claire Foy cut a glamorous figure as she arrived at the 2023 Film Independent Spirit Awards in Santa Monica, California on Saturday.
The British actress, 38, dazzled in a strapless silver dress adorned with shimmering sequins and jewels.
She was joined at the event by Jodie Turner-Smith, 36, who looked sensational in a semi-sheer nude mini dress with a plunging neckline.
The garment featured lace and feather detailing, with the garment ending high above her knee.
Meanwhile, British-born star Andrea Riseborough, 41, looked chic for the evening in a copper jacket and matching pleated skirt.
In Style: Claire Foy, 38, (left) looked glamorous in a sequined dress, while Jodie Turner-Smith, 36 (right), wore a semi-sheer mini dress at the 2023 Film Independent Spirit Awards on Saturday
Fashion focus: Meanwhile, British-born star Andrea Riseborough, 41, looked chic for the evening in a copper jacket and matching pleated skirt
Crown star Claire, whose film Women Talking was nominated for a Robert Altman Award at the Bash, looked in good spirits as she posed before the awards ceremony.
The plunging sweetheart neckline of her dress featured black material at the top.
Her garment hugged her curves to perfectly accentuate her hourglass figure.
The star wore a pair of black heels to add a few inches to her physique, and she opted for a glamorous makeup palette of natural tones.
Jodie showed lots of skin as she posed for photos in her dress, which featured sheer lace sections.
It was adorned with a row of pink and light blue feathers, with the star sporting a pair of heeled shoes of a similar color.
When it came to her make-up, she opted for a glamorous look and complemented her outfit with a colorful eye shadow.
Andrea, who is nominated in the Best Actress category for her role as the title character in the film To Leslie, looked relaxed as she arrived at the event and posed on the blue carpet with her hands in her jacket pockets.
Glamor kitty: The Crown star Claire, whose film Women Talking was nominated for a Robert Altman Award at the bash, appeared in good spirits as she posed
Striking: Jodie’s garment featured lace and feather detailing, with the garment ending high above her knee
Glitterati: Jodie showed a lot of skin as she posed for pictures in her dress, the garment featuring sheer lace sections
Her pleated skirt reached almost to the floor, and the star wore brown tights and a pair of beige heels for the evening.
Elsewhere at this weekend’s awards, Mia Goth showcased her curves in a form-fitting ensemble
Mia, 29, who once again demonstrated her horror talent in Infinity Pool, was nominated for Best Lead for her role in the horror film Pearl. It’s about an ambitious farm girl who longs for the glamorous life she sees in the movies.
The annual event always takes place the week before the Oscars and honors the best independent films and television shows.
British-born actress Mia dressed in head-to-toe black in a long-sleeved lace black dress with a velvet cowl neckline and hem.
The leggy blonde wore nothing under the dress except for a black bra and high-waisted panties.
Mia wore minimal makeup and held her blonde tresses back with a wide black headband.
She accessorised her with large black and gold earrings.
Strike a pose: It was adorned with a row of pink and light blue feathers, with the star wearing a pair of heeled shoes of a similar color
Looking good: She opted for a glamorous look with her makeup and sported a colorful eye shadow to complete her outfit
Star quality: Andrea, who is nominated for Best Actress for her role as the title character in the film To Leslie, looked relaxed when she arrived at the event
Completing the look: Her pleated skirt reached almost to the floor, with the star wearing brown tights and a pair of beige heels for the evening
In an interview with Vanity Fair, the Hawaii Film Critics Society honoree said Pearl gave her a much-needed breakthrough.
“For a time, it was always a miracle to me that I would get another job,” admitted the Emma actress.
It’s Pearl that has changed me in terms of how I see myself and my ability as a performer.”
Mia also worked with director/writer Ty West to create the screenplay and received her first credit for the screenplay.
“This project was an opportunity for me to experience a performance-driven story for the first time – very little plot, just very character-driven,” she explained.
The film, shot in New Zealand during the height of the pandemic, gave the Suspira actress an opportunity to explore her creative side.
Back in black: Mia Goth, 29, showcased her curves in a form-fitting ensemble, wearing a long-sleeved lace black dress with a velvet cowl neckline and hem
“I woke up really early, put my phone on a timer for maybe an hour, and wrote in stream-of-consciousness style rather than script because I found that was a barrier to me getting my ideas down,” she revealed .
“I would write as Pearl when I… but I am Pearl. I mean, all my characters are me, accepted or rejected. It’s all I’m exploring different facets of myself.’
The busy actress said she gives everything to every single project.
In conversation: Mia was nominated for Best Lead for her role in the horror flick Pearl, about an ambitious farm girl who longs for the glamorous life in the movies
“I think you should feel drained when you finish a movie.”
Mia is married to fellow actor Shia LeBeouf, 36, and they share one daughter, Isabel, one.
The Scream Queen will return to the Pearl universe in MaXXXine, based on one of the characters she played in X, the film that started the trilogy.
A release date has not yet been announced.
New project: Mia was filming Pearl in New Zealand during the pandemic and worked with director Ty West to create the screenplay, earning her first credit for the screenplay
https://www.dailymail.co.uk/tvshowbiz/article-11821821/Claire-Foy-Jodie-Turner-Smith-Andrea-Riseborough-lead-Brit-glam-Film-Independent-Spirit-Awards.html?ns_mchannel=rss&ns_campaign=1490&ito=1490 Claire Foy, Jodie Turner-Smith and Andrea Riseborough lead Brit Glam at the Film Independent Spirit Awards