Kristen Stewart catches the eye in shimmering blue beaded jacket and leggy white shorts as she attends Deauville American Film Festival closing ceremony
Despite not yet being 30, she’s already carved out an impressive 20-year acting career.
And Kristen Stewart looked like she belonged among the best as she attended the Deauville American Film Festival closing ceremony in France on Saturday.
The 29-year-old was given an award celebrating her glittering career at the same festival on Friday and shone bright as she hit the red carpet the day after in a shimmering blue beaded tweed plaid jacket.
Star: Kristen Stewart looked like she belonged among the best as she attended the Deauville American Film Festival in France on Saturday
Kristen, who is at the event promoting her new movie Serberg, also wore a roughly cut belly top embellished with two neck chains.
The Charlie’s Angels star also flashed her long pins as she donned a pair of crisp white high-waisted shorts with large black buttons.
Kristen added long socks under her army boots and rocked a typically edgy haircut with a splash of pink dye.
She also clutched a pair of sunglasses and added heavy eye make up to complement her naturally pretty features.
Deauville: The 29-year-old was given an award celebrating her glittering career at the same festival on Friday
Beauty: Kristen, who is at the event promoting her new movie ‘Serberg’, also wore a roughly cut belly top embellished with two neck chains
The actress was given the Talent Award at the event which also debuted her new movie, Serberg.
French director Olivier Assayas paid tribute to Kirsten on Friday and, handing over the award, said: ‘She never made a conventional choice, she never tried to achieve anything else but preserve her independence, in her life, in her acts and in her art.’
The actress and director said: ‘When I think of filmmaking and the entire mythic process of it from these weird tinkering ideas that start small and spread like water… I speak of this like a crazy person and in an environment like this where movies matter and risk is taken and trust is required I feel so right to sound crazy about it.’
High praise: French director Olivier Assayas (pictured) paid tribute to Kirsten on Friday, saying she ‘never made a conventional choice’, the pair are pictured together on Saturday night
Earlier this month, Kristen revealed she was told by people in the film industry she could land roles in blockbuster films as long as she didn’t hold hands with her girlfriend in public.
The actress, who is currently romancing screenwriter Dylan Meyer, said she did not want to work with people who would ask her to downplay her personal life for her career.
She told Harper’s Bazaar: ‘I have fully been told, ‘If you just like do yourself a favour, and don’t go out holding your girlfriend’s hand in public, you might get a Marvel movie.’ I don’t want to work with people like that.’
Recognised: The actress was given the Talent Award at the event which also debuted her new movie, Serberg
The Twilight star added that she wanted to enjoy her life, which took precedence over ‘protecting’ it.
She said: ‘I was informed by an old-school mentality, which is – you want to preserve your career and your success and your productivity…
‘There are people in the world who don’t like you, and they don’t like that you date girls, and they don’t like that you don’t identify as a ‘lesbian’, but you also don’t identify as a ‘hetero-sexual’. And people like to know stuff, so what the f**k are you?
New role: Kristen is also in the French seaside resort to promote her new film Seberg (pictured in the movie), which is also had its French premiere at the festival
Pose: Kristen added long socks under her army boots and rocked a typically edgy haircut with a splash of pink dye
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