The best looks from the Quebec Cinema Gala
Karine Vanasse on the red carpet of the Gala Québec Cinéma
After two years of pandemic, the Gala Québec Cinéma was back in its usual form on Sunday evening. The stars of Quebec's seventh art took the opportunity to parade on the red carpet dressed in their best clothes. Here are the best looks of this evening.
Comedienne Kelly Depeault never disappoints with her outfits for galas or film premieres, always up to date. The revelation of the year at Iris 2021 was dressed in a bralette type bra covered in a duochrome jacket with strappy gladiator-style heels.
Actress Kelly Depeault on the red carpet of the Gala Québec Cinéma (Credit: Eric Myre)
Young actress Émilie Bierre was dressed in a short black tulle dress. The light fabric and her hair styled in a low bun made her look like a ballerina.
Actress Émilie Bierre on the red carpet of the Gala Québec Cinéma (Credit: Eric Myre)
The prize for the sexiest look of this 24th Gala Québec Cinéma certainly goes to Karine Vanasse. The actress dazzled more than one on Sunday night with her white dress that showed off her hips and legs.
Karine Vanasse on the red carpet of the Gala Québec Cinéma (Credit: Eric Myre)
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Antoine-Olivier Pilon, who plays the character of Sam in the film of the same name which won the audience award Iris, looked elegant in his black suit with a pink tie.
Comedian Antoine-Olivier Pilon on the red carpet of the Gala Québec Cinéma (Credit: Eric Myre)
Geneviève Schmidt's dress, which hosted the gala for the second year in a row, highlighted her silhouette. Her orange earrings also added a pop of color to her outfit.
Geneviève Schmidt on the red carpet of the Gala Québec Cinéma (Credit: Eric Myre )
Sara Montpetit, who was crowned revelation of the year with her role in Maria Chapdelaine, dared to wear boots for her first Gala Québec Cinéma . However, her shoes went perfectly with her long black dress and her glasses for a very sober look.
Sara Montpetit on the Gala Québec Cinéma red carpet (Credit: Eric Myre)