Published: 07th January 2014
Actor Robert Redford pulled on a fetching scarf as he appeared alongside wife Sibylle Szaggars at the 79th Annual New York Film Critics Circle Awards.
The 77-year-old actor pulled on the scarf, which was on one side black and furry and on the other golden and shiny, with black decorative chevrons.
His German wife opted for a simple navy and yellow floral dress with black tights underneath.
It was a night to celebrate for Redford as he scooped the Best Actor award for his role in the nautical survival film All Is Lost. The film, which just features Redford, follows a unnamed sailor who fights for his life after becoming shipwrecked in the Indian Ocean.
He held off stern competition from Oscar Issac ( Inside Llewyn Davis) and British actor Chiwetel Ejiofor (12 Years a Slave) to scoop the award.
Cate Blanchett was also a surprise winner in the Best Actress Category for her role in the Woody Allen film, Blue Jasmine.
Blanchett held off the much fancied Amy Adams ( American Hustle) as well as Adèle Exarcholpoulos who stared in the French film Blue Is the Warmest Colour (La Vie d'Adèle).
Steve McQueen ( 12 Years a Slave) took the gong for Best Director ahead of David O. Russell ( American Hustle) and Spike Jonze ( Her).
Jared Leto ( Dallas Buyers Club) scooped the Best Supporting Actor award, while Jennifer Lawrence ( American Hustle) was named the Best Supporting Actress.
American Hustle rounded up a night to celebrate by scooping the Best Film gong ahead of 12 Years a Slave, Gravity and Her.
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