She’s heading one of the juries at the Greenwich International Film Festival in Connecticut.
And Sophia Bush pulled out all the stops when she attended the event’s gala on Friday evening, the day after the festival kicked off.
The former Chicago P.D. actress looked feminine and flirty in a sheer lace dress with a black bodice that clearly showed her cleavage and bra.
Flirty fun: Sophia Bush flashed her cleavage and her shapely legs in this semi sheer lace dress she wore for Friday’s opening gala of the Greenwich International Film Festival in Connecticut
The full, white lace skirt gave a glimpse of the stars shapely legs and her black undies.
Earlier, the 34-year-old actress shared an Instagram snap, captioned: ‘Pleased as punch to head the Social Impact Jury at GIFF this year.’
It showed her in a clinging white top by H&M and a red Stella McCartney mini-skirt with an asymmetrical hem.
Sophia continued: ‘Hats off to all of the incredibly talented film makers. #CityOfGhosts @chargedfilm @bigsoniamovie and more. #DocumentariesMatter #GIFF17.
Beautiful detail: The bodice clearly showed the 34-year-old’s black bra
‘Pleased as punch’: The actress, 34, looked stunning in a white H&M T-shirt and red Stella McCartney skirt in an Instagram snap that revealed she’s head of GIFF’s Social Impact Jury
The event was probably a great way to get away from the consternation surrounding her surprise decision to quit her hit NBC drama Chicago P.D. after four seasons.
Sophia may return for a season five arc to finish her character’s story but that’s to be decided.
She first appeared as Erin Lindsay in Chicago Fire in 2013 and her character has since appeared in Chicago Med and Chicago Justice.
Girls night out: From left, GIFF executive director Wendy Reyes, President Bush’s daughter Barbara, publicity rep Ginger Stickel, Sophia and actress and GIFF programming director Colleen deVeer at the opening gala in Greenwich, Connecticut on Friday
Meanwhile, the star has two movies out this year: Acts Of Violence with Bruce Willis, which has yet to set a release date, and Marshall with Dan Stevens and Chadwick Boseman, due out October 13.
GIFF was founded to bridge the worlds of film, finance, and philanthropy.
The four-day event gives filmmakers the opportunity to showcase their work and find financing for future projects. It also raises funds for its charity partners.
It will wrap on Sunday after screening 50 films from 18 countries.
End of an era: Sophia is giving up her role as Erin Lindsay in NBC’s Chicago P.D., a character she first played in Chicago Fire in 2013