Julia Fox drops jaws at the Film Independent Spirit Awards

Kanye West’s ex Julia Fox drops jaws in edgy black dress with bra top and hip cut out as she poses up a storm at the Film Independent Spirit Awards

Julia Fox made another bold fashion statement as she attended the Film Independent Spirit Awards in Santa Monica on Sunday.

The former girlfriend of Kanye West, 32, put on a jaw-dropping display in an edgy black dress with a bra top and hip cut-out.

The Uncut Gems actress was looking as fierce as ever with a winged slick of black eyeshadow bringing out her blue eyes and a silver snake bracelet on her arm.

If you’ve got it! Julia Fox put on an edgy display at the Film Independent Spirit Awards on Sunday in a bold black dress 

With it’s off the shoulder design and hip cut out, the bold black dress did little to hide Julia’s fab body.

Her glossy brunette hair was styled into a center part and cascaded down sleek and straight.

She finished off the glam with a fresh slick of baby pink lip gloss.

Julia also shared the spotlight with her friend A’Ziah King, whose viral Twitter thread about a trip to Florida served as the inspiration behind the black comedy film Zola.


Working it! With it’s off the shoulder design and hip cut out, the bold black dress did little to hide Julia’s fab body 

Sexy: The off-the-shoulder black dress showed off Julia’s black bra

A’Ziah wowed on the blue carpet in a plunging black dress with thigh-high slit.

A’Ziah’s film, Zola, has landed the most nominations out of any film at the Spirit Awards with a total of seven nods.

Zola has been nominated for Best Feature, Best Director, Best Screenplay, Best Cinematography, Best Editing and Best Female Lead for Taylour Paige as well as Best Supporting Male for Colman Domingo.


Hello gorgeous: The star was looking as fierce as ever with a winged slick of black eyeshadow bringing out her blue eyes and a silver snake bracelet worn on her arm

Strike a pose! The 32-year-old also shared the spotlight with her friend A’Ziah King, whose viral Twitter thread about a trip to Florida served as the inspiration behind the black comedy film Zola

The movie stars Elvis’ granddaughter Riley Keough, a Hollywood veteran already. Her mother is Lisa Marie Presley.

Also in the cast is Nicholas Braun. 

The 2022 Film Independent Spirit Awards will be handed out on Sunday, March 6 during IFC’s telecast.

Star-studded: The 2022 Film Independent Spirit Awards will be handed out on Sunday, March 6 during IFC’s telecast

Usually, the Film Independent Spirit Awards air the day before the Oscars.

But the Oscars will take place on Sunday, March 27, 2022 and the Film Independent Spirit Awards will be held weeks earlier on March 6.

The awards, which are returning in-person in 2022 after going virtual due to COVID in 2021, highlight and celebrate movies that are, for the most part, produced and conceived outside of the Hollywood mainstream.

In order to qualify, eligible films have to have budgets of less than $22.5 million.

Famous friends: Fox propelled to stardom after striking up a romance with her now-ex, Kanye West

2022 Film Independent Spirit Award Nominations

 Best Feature

A Chiara

C’mon C’mon

The Lost Daughter

The Novice

Zola

 

Best Male Lead

Clifton Collins Jr., ‘Jockey’

Frankie Faison, ‘Killing of Kenneth Chamberlain’

Michael Greyeyes, ‘Wild Indian’

Udo Kier, ‘Swan Song’

Simon Rex, ‘Red Rocket’

 

Best Female Lead

Isabelle Fuhrman, ‘The Novice’

Brittany S. Hall, ‘Test Pattern’

Patti Harrison, ‘Together Together’

Taylour Paige, ‘Zola’ — WINNER

Kali Reis, ‘Catch the Fair One’

 

Best Director

Janicza Bravo, ‘Zola’

Maggie Gyllenhaal, ‘The Lost Daughter’ — WINNER

Lauren Hadaway, ‘The Novice’

Mike Mills, C’mon C’mon’

Ninja Thyberg, ‘Pleasure’

 

Best Cinematography

Chiara

Blue Bayou

The Humans

Passing — WINNER

Zola

 

Best Documentary

Ascension

Flee

In The Same Breath

Procession

Summer of Soul — WINNER

 

Best First Feature

‘7 Days’ — WINNER

‘Holler’

‘Queen of Glory’

‘Test Pattern’

Wild Indian

 

Truer Than Fiction Award

Angelo Madsen Minax, ‘North By Current’

Jessica Beshir, ‘Faya Dayi’ — WINNER

 Debbie Lum, ‘Try Harder!’

 

Best New Scripted Series 

Blindspotting

It’s a Sin

Reservation Dogs — WINNER

The Underground Railroad

We Are Lady Parts

 

Best Male Performance in a New Scripted Series 

Lee Jung-jae, Squid Game — WINNER

Olly Alexander, It’s a Sin

Michael Greyeyes, Rutherford Falls 

Murray Bartlett, The White Lotus

Ashley Thomas, THEM: Covenant 

 

Robert Altman Award

Mass — WINNER

 

Best Ensemble Cast in a New Scripted Series 

Reservation Dogs — WINNER

John Cassavettes Award (Given to the best feature made for under $500,000)

Cryptozoo

Jockey

Shiva Baby — WINNER

 Sweet Thing

This is Not a War Story

 

Best Screenplay

Nikole Beckwith, ‘Together Together’

Janicza Bravo, Jeremy O. Harris, ‘Zola’

Maggie Gyllenhaal, ‘The Lost Daughter’ — WINNER

Mike Mills, ‘C’mon C’mon’

Todd Stephens, ‘Swan Song’

 

Best First Screenplay

Lyle Mitchell Corbine, Jr., ‘Wild Indian ‘

Matt Fifer; Story by Sheldon D. Brown, ‘Cicada’

Shatara Michelle Ford, ‘Test Pattern ‘

Fran Kranz, ‘Mass’

Michael Sarnoski; Story by Vanessa Block, Michael Sarnoski, ‘Pig’ — WINNER

 

Best Supporting Female

Jessie Buckley, ‘The Lost Daughter’

Amy Forsyth, ‘The Novice’

Ruth Negga, ‘Passing’ — WINNER

Revika Reustle, ‘Pleasure’

Suzanna Son, ‘Red Rocket’

 

Best Supporting Male

Colman Domingo, ‘Zola’

Meeko Gattuso, ‘Queen of Glory’

Troy Kotsur, ‘CODA’ — WINNER

 Will Patton, ‘Sweet Thing’

Chaske Spencer, ‘Wild Indian’

 

Best Editing

‘A Chiara’

‘The Nowhere Inn’

‘The Novice’

‘Zola’ — WINNER

‘The Killing of Kenneth Chamberlain’

 

Best International Film

 Compartment No. 6 (Finland/Russia)

Drive My Car (Japan) 

Parallel Mothers (Spain)

Pebbles (India) 

Petite Maman (France) 

Prayers for the Stolen (Mexico)  

 

Someone to Watch Award

Alex Camilleri (Luzzu)

Michael Sarnoski (Pig)

Gillian Wallace Horvat ( I Blame Society)

 

Best New Non-Scripted or Documentary Series 

Black and Missing — WINNER

The Choe Show

The Lady and The Dale

Nuclear Family

Philly D.A. 

 

Best Female Performance in a New Scripted Series

Thuso Mbedu, The Underground Railroad — WINNER 

Anjana Vasan, We Are Lady Parts

Jana Schmieding, Rutherford Falls

Jasmine Cephas Jones, Blindspotting

Deborah Ayorinde, THEM: Covenant

 

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