Tilda Swinton exudes elegance in an all-black cast while attending the London screening of the film Memoria

Tilda Swinton was the epitome of elegance when she attended a screening of her new film Memoria in London on Friday.

The 61-year-old actress looked ethereal in the all-black ensemble and paired elegant black pants with a simple matching top.

She wore her platinum blonde locks cut short, combed back, and combed left in her signature style.

Stunning: Tilda Swinton was the epitome of elegance when she attended a screening of her new film Memoria in London on Friday

Stunning: Tilda Swinton was the epitome of elegance when she attended a screening of her new film Memoria in London on Friday

She wore minimal makeup and just added a touch of red lipstick to brighten up her monotonous outfit.

She completed her ensemble by adding a pair of whimsical brown wedge heeled boots to her height.

In October, Tilda spoke at a press conference for the art-house film, which will go on a “never-ending national tour”.

Beauty: The 61-year-old actress looked ethereal in the all-black ensemble and combined elegant black pants with a simple matching top

Beauty: The 61-year-old actress looked ethereal in the all-black ensemble and combined elegant black pants with a simple matching top

Film company Neon has claimed that the film will be in theaters “forever,” which means you shouldn’t expect to see it on Netflix anytime soon.

They also claim the press tour will be “never ending,” which most actors are likely to feel anyway.

The gimmick was sure to be a topic of conversation – and Tilda was portrayed exactly as she was answering questions about the film in New York.

Breathtaking: She wore her platinum blonde locks cut short, combed back and combed left in her signature style

Breathtaking: She wore her platinum blonde locks cut short, combed back and combed left in her signature style

In the new film, Tilda plays a woman who hears a loud noise and then experiences a mysterious sensory syndrome while traveling through Colombia.

The film will also show Jeanne Balibar from the Cold War and is directed by Apichatpong Weerasethakul.

However, the most surprising aspect of the film will be its availability to the audience.

The film will be released in theaters for an indefinite period. It moves from city to city and is only available for a week before moving to the next locale.

The film’s director, Apichatpong Weerasethakul, stated, “For Memoria, cinema experience is critical, or perhaps the only way to go. Let’s hug the darkness and dream one by one ‘

“Memoria is the perfect movie for this moment,” said Tilda. ‘Big cinema or bust … In the whole universe, in the long run.’

Pops of color: She wore minimal makeup and just added a touch of red lipstick to brighten up her monotonous outfit

Pops of color: She wore minimal makeup and just added a touch of red lipstick to brighten up her monotonous outfit

Fancy Footwear: She completed her ensemble by adding a pair of whimsical brown wedge boots to her height

Fancy Footwear: She completed her ensemble by adding a pair of whimsical brown wedge boots to her height

However, fans of Tilda who don’t know if they will make it to the cinema the week Memoria is in their town need not worry. The actress has a number of projects on the horizon.

She appears in The French Dispatch, the highly anticipated Wes Anderson film due out later this month.

She also has a role in his next film, currently in production, which will also star Margot Robbie, Tom Hanks, Adrien Brody and other talented actors and actresses. The film is supposed to be a European love story.

The star of the Grand Budapest Hotel also has a role in a dark version of Pinocchio directed by Guillermo Del Toro.

Memoria: In the new film, Tilda plays a woman who hears a loud noise and then experiences a mysterious sensory syndrome while traveling around Colombia (pictured with producer Ben Field)

Memoria: In the new film, Tilda plays a woman who hears a loud noise and then experiences a mysterious sensory syndrome while traveling around Colombia (pictured with producer Ben Field)

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