Elizabeth Debicki, an Australian actress from this year's Women in Film, became the winner of the 14th Women in Film Max Mara Face of The Future Award. The Max Mara Fashion House has been supporting this event for 17 years and is awarding the young generation actress whose career in Hollywood begins to gain momentum and her achievements and elegance speak for herself.
The first world-famous role of E. Debicki was created by director Baz Luhrmann's 2013 The Great Gatsby. For this role, the actress won the Australian Film Academy and Television Arts Award. 2018 The actress starred in the movie "Widows", whose success for the actress earned a place on the cover of Vanity Fair magazine and critics. Her last year's films include The Tale, debut at Sundance, and Vita and Virginia at Toronto. The actress also appeared in the Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 and The Red Barn.
The actress also won the audience's impressions on the small screen: Emmy's The Night Manager and The Kettering Incident. The actor is not stunned by the theater scene, she recently called the "The Maids" at the Sydney Theater Company, where Cate Blanchett and Isabelle Huppert appeared on the same scene. Currently Debicki lives in London, UK.
Women in Film is a non-profit organization that fights for equal opportunities for women, promotes their creative projects and supports their fulfillment, changes their attitudes towards women and their role in the creative society around the world. Women are half the world's population, so the goal of WIF is to achieve full equality both on and off the screen. WIF was founded in 1973 with the goals of supporting women's education and education, providing scholarships, supporting creative film projects and honoring the most prominent women in the film industry.
Women in Film Max Mara Face of The Future The Women in Film Award was presented at the Crystal + Lucy Awards in 2006 by Women in Film. The Max Mara Fashion House has been supporting this initiative for 14 years and has been cooperating for a long time with Women in Film, and annually selects one of the younger generation's actors who are experiencing major changes in the television or film industry. A lot of attention is paid to the actress's social activities, personal style and elegance. In the past, these awards have been given to actresses Kate Mara, Rose Byrne, Hailee Steinfeld, Chloe Grace Moretz, Katie Holmes, Zoe Saldana, Elizabeth Banks, Ginnifer Goodwin, Emily Blunt and Maria Bello.
Guests of the special Max Mara party