Penelope Cruz looked refined while attending the On the Fringe photo shoot during the 79th Venice International Film Festival on Tuesday.
The 48-year-old actress looked elegant in a white maxi dress with floral lace details while holding a leather handbag.
Accessorizing with a pair of oversized hoop earrings, she rocked her height in white heels and sported dark brown hair in trendy fringes.
Wow! Penelope Cruz looks refined while attending the On the Fringe photo shoot during the 79th Venice International Film Festival on Tuesday
Posing into a storm for photographers, she makes onlookers gawk and point while using her modeling skills.
The Oscar winner was soon joined by film director Juan Diego Botto, and actors Luis Tosar and Alvaro Longoria for a group photo shoot on the red carpet.
Directed by Cory Thibert, the documentary On the Fringe stars Shane Adamczak, Tony Adams and Peter Carlone.
Looking good: The 48-year-old actress looks elegant in a white maxi dress with floral lace detailing while clutching a matching leather handbag.
Out of this world: Accessorized with a pair of oversized hoop earrings, she rocked her height in white heels and sported dark brown hair in trendy fringes
Show-stopping: Posing into a storm for photographers, she causes the audience to gawk and point while using her modeling skills
The website description reads: ‘Every summer, a ragtag crew of performing artists travel across the country to do their work on the Canadian Fringe Festival circuit.
‘This touring circuit is a unique exhibition that attracts thousands of performers from around the world determined to reclaim control of their results and creative process.
‘Experience the ups and downs of life on the road through the eyes of four different groups of artists as they struggle to balance love, friendship and financial risk with artistic rewards.’
Hot stuff: She never fails to put her best fashion forward
Gang: Oscar winner soon joins film director Juan Diego Botto, and actors Luis Tosar and Alvaro Longoria for a group photo shoot on the red carpet
Elsewhere, Tessa Thompson looks sensational when she is photographed arriving at the pier of the five-star Excelsior Hotel.
The 38-year-old actress flaunted her midsection in a black bandeau and leather pants, while complementing it with a matching coat.
She frames her face with tortoiseshell sunglasses and ties her blonde hair into a ponytail with a middle part.
Shine: Penelope exudes charm the moment she arrives at the dock
Dress to impress: The Pirates Of The Caribbean star causes audiences to gasp
Looks great: He won’t look any better if he tries
Beauty: Penelope brings out her natural beauty with perfect makeup
The Venice Film Festival is the oldest in the world and was first established in 1932, celebrating filmmaking from around the world.
The biggest star draw is held annually on the island of Lido in the Venetian Lagoon. With film screenings taking place at the historic Palazzo del Cinema in Lungomare Marconi.
Julianne Moore is this year’s jury president, a role that will see the star of the show’s top honors award which is the Golden Lion award for Best Picture, as well as other official gongs throughout the festival.
Appears: Elsewhere, Tessa Thompson looks sensational when photographed arriving at the dock of the five-star Excelsior Hotel
Toned: The 38-year-old actress flaunted her midsection in a black bandeau and leather pants, while sporting a matching coat.
Wow! He frames his face with tortoiseshell sunglasses
Beauty: She tied her blonde locks into a sleek ponytail with a middle parting
Other jury members this year include Argentine director Mariano Cohn, British writer Kazuo Ishiguro and Iranian actress Leila Hatami.
Brendan Fraser’s touching drama The Whale, in which he plays a fat professor, will also compete with films starring Cate Blanchett, Hugh Jackman and Colin Farrell.
Speaking of the show’s line-up director Alberto Barbera said: ‘The program is more varied than usual, putting filmmakers alongside directors seeking confirmation and, above all, talented newcomers who aspire to international acclaim’.
‘ But what lingers is the feeling that “Cinema still wants to try to explore ways of thinking, big themes and big questions, the deep connections that bind people to one another, the power of feelings and memories and the ability to push one’s view beyond today’s horizons.”.
Spellbinding: Directed by Cory Thibert, the documentary On the Fringe stars Shane Adamczak, Tony Adams and Peter Carlone