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Tilda Swinton is supported by partner Sandro and daughter Honor at Cannes Film Festival

Tilda Swinton, 60, is supported by her partner Sandro, 43, and daughter Honor, 23, as she attends the Memoria premiere during Cannes Film Festival

Tilda Swinton’s latest outing was a family affair as she joined her partner and daughter at Cannes Film Festival

The actress, 60, looked radiant as she attended the premiere of her new film Memoria and was supported by Sandro Kopp, 43, and Honor, 23, on the red carpet. 

Tilda was a vision in a billowing white gown that featured a daring plunging neckline.   

A vision in white: Tilda Swinton graced the red carpet at the Cannes Film Festival on Thursday in an billowing white dress for the Memoria premiere

Supportive: The mother-of-two was supported by her partner Sandro Kopp, 43, as well as her daughter Honor, 23, with the pair larking around together while Tilda chatted with co-stars

Supportive: The mother-of-two was supported by her partner Sandro Kopp, 43, as well as her daughter Honor, 23, with the pair larking around together while Tilda chatted with co-stars

The Scottish star wore her signature blonde pixie cut in a loose wave, and injected a splash of colour with a vibrant pink lipstick. 

Looking just as stylish as her mother, Honor wowed in a flowing pink gown with a contrasting orange belt. 

Meanwhile Sandro – who Tilda has been with since 2004 – looked dapper in a black tuxedo and metallic bow tie.    

Family first: Sandro - who Tilda has been with since 2004 - looked dapper in a black tuxedo and metallic bow tie as he posed for snaps with Honor

Family first: Sandro – who Tilda has been with since 2004 – looked dapper in a black tuxedo and metallic bow tie as he posed for snaps with Honor

Jaw-dropping: Looking just as stylish as her mother, Honor wowed in a flowing pink gown with a contrasting orange belt

Jaw-dropping: Looking just as stylish as her mother, Honor wowed in a flowing pink gown with a contrasting orange belt

While Tilda was joined by her family for the event, she opted to walk alongside her co-stars, holding hands with Juan Pablo Urrego and the film’s director Apichatpong Weerasethakul.

Memoria is the actress’ first project with the Thai director. 

The internationally co-produced drama film tells the story of a Scottish woman (Tilda) who begins to experience a bizarre sensory syndrome while she’s travelling through the Colombian jungles. 

Turning heads: Tilda was a vision in a billowing white gown that skimmed over her lithe figure but featured a daring plunging neckline

Turning heads: Tilda was a vision in a billowing white gown that skimmed over her lithe figure but featured a daring plunging neckline 

Beauty:  The Scottish star wore her signature blonde pixie cut in a loose wave, and injected a splash of colour with a vibrant pink lipstick

Beauty:  The Scottish star wore her signature blonde pixie cut in a loose wave, and injected a splash of colour with a vibrant pink lipstick

Apichatpong told La Tempestad last year: ‘I wrote this movie with [Tilda Swinton] in mind knowing that she is an actress who needs no explanation.

‘In fact, it was she who showed me this character. The experience was very significant and I really appreciate that.’

Tilda, who’s real name is Katherine Matilda Swinton, is known for her portrayal of the White Witch in The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe – and its two sequels. 

Making moves: While Tilda was joined by her family for the event, she opted to walk ahead on the red carpet and was seen embracing a guest in glee

Making moves: While Tilda was joined by her family for the event, she opted to walk ahead on the red carpet and was seen embracing a guest in glee 

Successful: The Scottish actress held hands with Memoria co-star Juan Pablo Urrego (left) and the film's director Apichatpong Weerasethakul (right) for snaps

Successful: The Scottish actress held hands with Memoria co-star Juan Pablo Urrego (left) and the film’s director Apichatpong Weerasethakul (right) for snaps 

Co-stars: Also starring alongside Tilda and Juan in Memoria are Elkin Diaz and Jeanne Balibar (pictured left and second left)

Co-stars: Also starring alongside Tilda and Juan in Memoria are Elkin Diaz and Jeanne Balibar (pictured left and second left)

She also won an Academy Award for best supporting actress for her role as a ruthless corporate lawyer in Michael Clayton.  

Other faces starring alongside Tilda and Juan in Memoria are Elkin Diaz and Jeanne Balibar. 

It will be officially released later on this year following Thursday’s premiere. 

One to watch: Memoria tells the story of a Scottish woman (Tilda) who begins to experience a bizarre sensory syndrome

One to watch: Memoria tells the story of a Scottish woman (Tilda) who begins to experience a bizarre sensory syndrome 

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