Lucy Hale shines in red at the Women In Cinema event in Saudi Arabia
Lucy Hale rocks a bold red peekaboo ensemble during the Women in Cinema event at the Red Sea International Film Festival in Saudi Arabia
Lucy Hale was among the star-studded guest list at Friday’s Women In Cinema event at the Red Sea International Film Festival.
The celebration was held in honor of women entertainers in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, a country whose first female-directed film was produced just 10 years ago, and which lifted a 35-year ban on cinemas as recently as 2017.
In her latest long-sleeved look, Lucy, 33, wore a daring peekaboo outfit with ample holes up and down the sides.
Here it is: Lucy Hale was among the star-studded guest list at Friday’s Women In Cinema event at the Red Sea International Film Festival.
The Pretty Little Liars star turned on the trend in her body-hugging look, which provided a generous hint of her curvaceous legs.
Dressed in her sleek black hair, Siren’s features sharpened on screen with makeup including a slick of scarlet lipstick.
International stars graced the red carpet, from Hollywood’s Michelle Rodriguez and Sharon Stone to France’s Melanie Laurent and Carla Bruni.
An abundance of Bollywood stars made their presence felt including Priyanka Chopra, Sonam Kapoor and power couple Kareena Kapoor and Saif Ali Khan.
Making it happen: In her latest long-sleeved look, Lucy, 33, wore a daring peekaboo ensemble with wide holes up and down on both sides.
Sarah Sampaio, who became famous as a Victoria’s Secret Angel, has been mixed with the influential Saudi producer, Mohammed Al-Turki, the son of Sheikh Abdulaziz Al-Turki.
Luca Guadagnino, director of films like Call Me By Your Name, can also be seen rocking a stunning party look.
Saudi actresses, Nada Al-Qusay and Nour Al-Khadra, Tunisian model Reem Breidy, and Egyptian actress Salma Abu Deif brought their glamor to the occasion.
The Red Sea International Film Festival, which focuses on highlighting the talents of the third world, is being organized for only the second time this year.
Use it or lose it: Dressed in her sleek black hair, Siren’s features sharpen her screen with makeup including a slick of crimson lipstick
Last year, the inaugural festival opened with Cyrano starring Peter Dinklage and the award for best film went to a Georgian picture called Brighton 4th.
From the outset, the festival was criticized abroad by those who saw it as a propaganda campaign to sterilize the public image of the Saudi state.
This year’s event held its opening ceremony this Thursday, with JFK director Oliver Stone getting a speech defending the system.
“You see the changes that come here, the fixes,” he said, according to a report in Deadline. “I think people who rule too harshly should come and visit this place and see for themselves.”
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