Julianne Moore dazzled at the Museum of the Moving Image’s 29th annual Salute gala in New York City, where she was honored for her performance in Still Alice Tuesday night.

Julianne Moore’s Metallic Look

Moore looked glam at the fete , wearing a metallic Chanel minidress paired with matching sandals. The actress, who typically wears her hair down, went with a chic topknot for the event.

The Oscar-nominated actress accepted the Museum of the Moving Image Salute with her husband, director Bart Freundlich, and their children, Caleb, 17, and Liv, 12, at her side. The organization hailed Moore as “one of the most accomplished and talented actors working today. She is a fearless and versatile performer who has created so many powerful performances in film and television.”

Moore picked up the award at the Museum of the Moving Image about a week after picking up an award at the Critics Choice Awards for her performance in Still Alice. Earlier this month, she received a Golden Globe for her moving portrayal of a woman suffering from early-onset Alzheimer’s, for which she’s also received an Oscar nod.

“You know what? I think you have to be grateful for everything that comes your way. It’s never a guarantee—you never even know if people are going to see your movie,” Moore said of the recognition on the red carpet Tuesday night. “So the fact that we’ve got this much attention, it’s really incredible.”

Still Alice, which also stars Alec Baldwin and Kristen Stewart, is currently in theaters.

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