Tilda Swinton at photocall of her new movie The Human Voice at Venice Film Festival

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Tilda Swinton continued her triumphant trip to the 2020 Venice International  Film Festival on Thursday, with a photocall for her new film.

After picking up the festival’s Lifetime Achievement Award earlier in the week, Tilda was busy promoting her short film The Human Voice.

Ahead of the film’s premiere in the evening, the acclaimed actress posed for photos, looking chic in a bright yellow suit. 

Chic: Tilda Swinton continued her triumphant trip to the 2020 Venice International Film Festival on Thursday, with a photocall for her new film The Human Voice

Chic: Tilda Swinton continued her triumphant trip to the 2020 Venice International Film Festival on Thursday, with a photocall for her new film The Human Voice 

Offset by her signature red crop of hair, Tilda stood out in her brightly coloured jacket and trousers.

She added a simple white top underneath and black heels, while bright pink lipstick added another bold pop of colour. 

Tilda was joined at the photocall by The Human Voice writer and director Pedro Almodóvar, with the two collaborators arriving arm in arm for the event.

The short drama film is based upon the 1928 play of the same name by Jean Cocteau and marks Almodóvar’s English-language debut.

After picking up the festival's Lifetime Achievement Award earlier in the week, Tilda was busy promoting her short film

After picking up the festival’s Lifetime Achievement Award earlier in the week, Tilda was busy promoting her short film

Suits you: Ahead of the film's premiere in the evening, the acclaimed actress posed for photos, looking chic in a bright yellow suit

Suits you: Ahead of the film's premiere in the evening, the acclaimed actress posed for photos, looking chic in a bright yellow suit

Suits you: Ahead of the film’s premiere in the evening, the acclaimed actress posed for photos, looking chic in a bright yellow suit

It centres on one woman (played by Tilda) and final phone conversation with her longtime lover, who has plans to marry another woman. 

Earlier on Thursday Tilda again showed off her signature quirky fashion sense in a lime green jacket as she departed her hotel for her day of press.

The acclaimed actress waved and smiled at fans as she left the Hotel Excelsior. 

Making movies: Tilda was joined at the photocall by The Human Voice writer and director Pedro Almodóvar, with the two collaborators arriving arm in arm for the event

Making movies: Tilda was joined at the photocall by The Human Voice writer and director Pedro Almodóvar, with the two collaborators arriving arm in arm for the event

Colourful: The filmmaker matched Tilda's quirky vibe with bright red trousers and a print shirt

Colourful: The filmmaker matched Tilda’s quirky vibe with bright red trousers and a print shirt

Safety: Pedro and Tilda wore masks as they made their way through the crowded street to the photocall

Safety: Pedro and Tilda wore masks as they made their way through the crowded street to the photocall

Tilda teamed her bright jacket with satin tracksuit trousers and purple loafers, with the finishing touch a pair of purple statement shades.

She also made sure to slip on a face mask as she made her way through the crowds to her first stop of the day. 

Earlier in the week Tilda honoured the late actor Chadwick Boseman as she accepted an award at the festival by proclaiming ‘Wakanda forever’ on stage.

The 59-year-old was presented with a Lifetime Achievement Award and proudly held her coveted trophy aloft after receiving the honour at the opening ceremony from Cate Blanchett, who heads this year’s jury. 

New film: The short drama film is based upon the 1928 play of the same name by Jean Cocteau and marks Almodóvar's English-language debut

New film: The short drama film is based upon the 1928 play of the same name by Jean Cocteau and marks Almodóvar's English-language debut

New film: The short drama film is based upon the 1928 play of the same name by Jean Cocteau and marks Almodóvar’s English-language debut

Drama: It centres on one woman (played by Tilda) and final phone conversation with her longtime lover, who has plans to marry another woman

Drama: It centres on one woman (played by Tilda) and final phone conversation with her longtime lover, who has plans to marry another woman

Stars have arrived: The duo greeted fans and photographers with waves

Stars have arrived: The duo greeted fans and photographers with waves 

Star style:  Earlier on Thursday Tilda again showed off her signature quirky fashion sense in a lime green jacket as she departed her hotel for her day of press

Star style:  Earlier on Thursday Tilda again showed off her signature quirky fashion sense in a lime green jacket as she departed her hotel for her day of press

Strike a pose: The acclaimed actress waved and smiled at fans as she left the Hotel Excelsior

Strike a pose: The acclaimed actress waved and smiled at fans as she left the Hotel Excelsior

Chic: Tilda teamed her bright jacket with satin tracksuit traousers and purple loafers, with the finishing touch a pair of purple statement shades

Bright and colourful: Tilda stood out in her quirky look

Chic: Tilda teamed her bright jacket with satin tracksuit traousers and purple loafers, with the finishing touch a pair of purple statement shades

Tilda’s got us green with evny in a Haider Ackermann jacket

Tilda Swinton received the Lifetime Achievement Award at this year’s Venice Film Festival, but she also deserves one for her glamorous wardrobe.

She’s already stepped out in a monochrome Chanel dress, and now she’s once again turned to Haider Ackermann.

The actress appears to be a fan of the designer’s jackets, but then again they are tailored to perfection out of the finest silk-satin.

This green number hails from the AW20 collection, and we love how she’s dressed it down with silky joggers, a slogan T-shirt and backless mules.

Tilda’s jacket isn’t available although we’ve spotted a similar jacket at Farfetch that you can click (right) to shop. Or why not peruse the edit below for more look-alikes from Dolce & Gabbana, GRLFRND and Alice + Olivia.

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At the end of her acceptance speech, Tilda gave a nod to her fellow Marvel Cinematic Universe star Chadwick as she said: ‘Viva Venezia. Cinema cinema cinema. Wakanda Forever. Nothing but love’. 

Tilda portrayed The Ancient One in Doctor Strange and Avengers: Endgame while Chadwick starred as T’Challa/Black Panther in the 2018 blockbuster Black Panther, which is set in the fictional country of Wakanda.

Chadwick tragically passed away on August 28 following a four-year battle with colon cancer. 

Safety first: She also made sure to slip on a face mask as she made her way through the crowds to her first stop of the day

Safety first: She also made sure to slip on a face mask as she made her way through the crowds to her first stop of the day

VIP: The actress accepted the Lifetime Achievement Award at the Venice International Film Festival earlier this week

VIP: The actress accepted the Lifetime Achievement Award at the Venice International Film Festival earlier this week 

Stunning: Tilda kept her face mask as she posed for photos outside the chic hotel

Stunning: Tilda kept her face mask as she posed for photos outside the chic hotel

Stunning: Tilda kept her face mask as she posed for photos outside the chic hotel

Also in her speech, Tilda said: ‘Cinema is my happy place, my true motherland. Its fellowship is my heart’s family tree. 

‘The names on the list of those awarded this honor, meanwhile, they are the names of my masters. They’re the elders of my tribe. 

‘The poets of the language I love above others. I sing their songs in the bath. I’m the punk kid film nut hitching a ride to the station to get to the foothills of the heights of their achievements.’

Another stylish star: French actress Stacy Martin was also pictured at the hotel, wowing in a short black mini dress and statenment boots

She added a red and black belt to emphasise her waist

Another stylish star: French actress Stacy Martin was also pictured at the hotel, wowing in a short black mini dress and statenment boots

New project: Actress Mahdieh Nassaj arrived at the festival photocall for her new movie The Wasteland on Thursday

New project: Actress Mahdieh Nassaj arrived at the festival photocall for her new movie The Wasteland on Thursday

Tilda looked elated as she was handed the famous Golden Lion prize, as the 77th annual festival kicked off in socially distanced style.

When it was announced over the summer that Tilda would be receiving the award, she said in a statement: ‘This great festival has been dear to my heart for three decades: to be honoured by her in this way is extremely humbling.

‘To come to Venice, this year of all years, to celebrate immortal cinema and her defiant survival in the face of all the challenges that evolution might throw at her – as at us all – will be my sincere joy.’

Speech: Tilda honoured the late actor Chadwick Boseman as she accepted an award at the Venice International Film Festival earlier this week by proclaiming 'Wakanda forever' on stage

Speech: Tilda honoured the late actor Chadwick Boseman as she accepted an award at the Venice International Film Festival earlier this week by proclaiming ‘Wakanda forever’ on stage

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