Lucy Hale is ravishing in daring red peekaboo ensemble during Women In Cinema event at Red Sea International Film Festival in Saudi Arabia
Lucy Hale was among a star-studded guest list at Friday’s Women In Cinema event at the Red Sea international Film Festival.
The fete in honor of showbiz women was held in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, a country whose first female-directed film was made just 10 years ago, and which lifted a 35-year ban on movie theaters as recently as 2017.
For her latest leggy appearance Lucy, 33, wore a daring peekaboo ensemble with wide holes up and down both sides.
There she is: Lucy Hale was among a star-studded guest list at Friday’s Women In Cinema event at the Red Sea international Film Festival
The Pretty Little Liars star turned this way and that in her flesh-fleshing look, which offered a generous glimpse of her shapely legs.
Wearing her sleek black hair down, she sharpened her screen siren features with makeup including a slick of scarlet lipstick.
International luminaries swanned across the red carpet, ranging from Hollywood’s Michelle Rodriguez and Sharon Stone to France’s Melanie Laurent and Carla Bruni.
Bollywood stars galore made their presence felt including Priyanka Chopra, Sonam Kapoor and the power couple of Kareena Kapoor and Saif Ali Khan.
Making it happen: For her latest leggy appearance Lucy, 33, wore a daring peekaboo ensemble with wide holes up and down both sides
Sara Sampaio, who shot to fame as a Victoria’s Secret Angel, mingled with influential Saudi producer Mohammed Al Turki, the son of Sheikh Abdulaziz Al Turki.
Luca Guadagnino, the director of such movies as Call Me By Your Name, could also be seen hobnobbing at the gilded gala.
Saudi actresses Ida Alkusay and Nour Alkhadra, Tunisian model Rym Breidy and Egyptian actress Salma Abu-Deif brought their glamour to the occasion.
The Red Sea International Film Festival, which has an emphasis on highlighting Third World talent, is being held for only the second time this year.
Use it or lose it: Wearing her sleek black hair down, she sharpened her screen siren features with makeup including a slick of scarlet lipstick
Last year the inaugural festival opened with Cyrano starring Peter Dinklage and the best film prize went to a Georgian picture called Brighton 4th.
From the off, the film festival was slammed abroad by those who regarded it as an propaganda drive to sanitize the public image of the Saudi state.
This year’s event held its opening ceremony this Thursday, with JFK director Oliver Stone earning for a speech defending the regime.
‘You see the changes that are coming here, the reforms,’ he said according to a report in Deadline. ‘I think people who judge too harshly should come and visit this place and see for themselves.’