Camila Morrone wows in white dress at Mickey and the Bear screening in the Hamptons... after chatting 'hard' transition from modeling to acting

Leonardo DiCaprio's girlfriend Camila Morrone wowed in a white dress while attending the Hamptons International Film Festival screening of her movie, Mickey and the Bear, in New York on Friday.

The Buenos Aires-born, LA-raised 22-year-old showcased her bronzed skin in the plunging ruffled frock with puffed shoulders and paint-splattered stilettos selected by stylist Micah Schifman.

Hairstylist David von Cannon coiffed Camila's middle-parted shiny brunette locks for the red carpet.  

Angelic: Leonardo DiCaprio's girlfriend Camila Morrone wowed in a white dress while attending the Hamptons Film Festival screening of Mickey and the Bear in New York on Friday

Angelic: Leonardo DiCaprio's girlfriend Camila Morrone wowed in a white dress while attending the Hamptons Film Festival screening of Mickey and the Bear in New York on Friday

Make-up artist Sam Visser brought out Morrone's natural beauty with a bit of blush and mascara.

'It was really hard for me to break free of modeling and for people to consider me as an actor. I was terrified, and everyone around me was terrified, because it's such an uncertain business,' the 5ft9in IMG Model lamented to Interview magazine on Friday.

'I've had a pretty organic approach [to acting]. I'm not Jessica Chastain. I'm not theatrically trained.' 

Bronzed beauty: The Buenos Aires-born, LA-raised 22-year-old wore a plunging ruffled frock with puffed shoulders and paint-splattered stilettos
She relies on stylist Micah Schifman

Bronzed beauty: The Buenos Aires-born, LA-raised 22-year-old wore a plunging ruffled frock with puffed shoulders and paint-splattered stilettos selected by stylist Micah Schifman

No jewelry: Hairstylist David von Cannon coiffed Camila's middle-parted shiny brunette locks for the red carpet

No jewelry: Hairstylist David von Cannon coiffed Camila's middle-parted shiny brunette locks for the red carpet

Babe: Make-up artist Sam Visser brought out Morrone's natural beauty with a bit of blush and mascara

Babe: Make-up artist Sam Visser brought out Morrone's natural beauty with a bit of blush and mascara

The 5ft9in IMG Model lamented to Interview on Friday: 'It was really hard for me to break free of modeling and for people to consider me as an actor. I was terrified, and everyone around me was terrified, because it's such an uncertain business'

The 5ft9in IMG Model lamented to Interview on Friday: 'It was really hard for me to break free of modeling and for people to consider me as an actor. I was terrified, and everyone around me was terrified, because it's such an uncertain business'

Camila portrays scrunchie-rocking teenager Mickey Peck in Mickey and the Bear - hitting US theaters November 13 - which currently boasts a 100% rating on Rotten Tomatoes.

The Montana-set drama is only Morrone's fourth film and her headstrong character struggles with caring for her alcoholic, opioid-addicted veteran father Hank (James Badge Dale).

Mickey and the Bear previously won prizes at the Montclair Film Festival, the Nantucket Film Festival, and the Independent Film Festival of Boston. 

'I've had a pretty organic approach [to acting]. I'm not Jessica Chastain. I'm not theatrically trained': Camila portrays scrunchie-rocking teenager Mickey Peck in Mickey and the Bear, which hits US theaters November 13

'I've had a pretty organic approach [to acting]. I'm not Jessica Chastain. I'm not theatrically trained': Camila portrays scrunchie-rocking teenager Mickey Peck in Mickey and the Bear, which hits US theaters November 13

100% rating on Rotten Tomatoes: The Montana-set drama is only Morrone's fourth film and her headstrong character struggles with caring for her alcoholic, opioid-addicted veteran father Hank (James Badge Dale)

100% rating on Rotten Tomatoes: The Montana-set drama is only Morrone's fourth film and her headstrong character struggles with caring for her alcoholic, opioid-addicted veteran father Hank (James Badge Dale) 

At the helm: The Bulgari brand ambassador happily reunited with Bull star Annabelle Attanasio, who made her feature directorial debut with Mickey and the Bear after doing HIFF's screenwriters lab in 2017
At the helm: The Bulgari brand ambassador happily reunited with Bull star Annabelle Attanasio, who made her feature directorial debut with Mickey and the Bear after doing HIFF's screenwriters lab in 2017

At the helm: The Bulgari brand ambassador happily reunited with Bull star Annabelle Attanasio, who made her feature directorial debut with Mickey and the Bear after doing HIFF's screenwriters lab in 2017

The Bulgari brand ambassador happily reunited with Bull star Annabelle Attanasio, who made her feature directorial debut with Mickey and the Bear after doing HIFF's screenwriters lab in 2017.

Camila will remain in Long Island overnight so she can participate in the festival's Winick Talk happening Saturday morning at Rowdy Hall.  

Morrone will then receive the Rising Star Award at the San Diego International Film Festival's Night of the Stars Tribute next Friday at the Pendry San Diego.  

Camila will next receive the Rising Star Award at the San Diego International Film Festival's Night of the Stars Tribute next Friday at the Pendry San Diego

Camila will next receive the Rising Star Award at the San Diego International Film Festival's Night of the Stars Tribute next Friday at the Pendry San Diego

Pictured October 1: Missing from Morrone's side was her Oscar-winning beau who - at 44 - is twice her age, but they've dated steadily ever since their first sighting on December 16, 2017

Pictured October 1: Missing from Morrone's side was her Oscar-winning beau who - at 44 - is twice her age, but they've dated steadily ever since their first sighting on December 16, 2017

Camila Morrone wows in white dress at Mickey and the Bear screening in the Hamptons

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