Julianne Moore

Julianne Moore. Photograph by PatrickMcMullan.com.

Less than 48 hours after winning the Golden Globe award for Best Actress in a Drama (and landing a spot on our best dressed list), an Alexander McQueen-clad Julianne Moore floated into a New York screening of Still Alice, her new film about a woman living with early onset Alzheimer's. Accompanied by her co-stars Kate Bosworth and Kristen Stewart, who play her daughters in the film, Moore seemed serene, despite the pressure of Oscar buzz. “Do I love them all equally?” she laughed when asked which of her on-screen children she preferred. “No, I have them all in order, but I'm not going to tell you.”

Bosworth, on the other hand, was happy to discuss the family dynamic on set at a bubbly after-party held under the vaulted ceilings of the White Street Restaurant in TriBeCa, hosted by the Cinema Society in partnership with Montblanc and Dom Pérignon. “One of the first scenes we filmed was Christmas dinner,” said the actress, who sported an edgy new haircut and a cool blue Oscar de la Renta gown for the occasion. “Alec [Baldwin, who plays Moore's husband] was telling crazy stories from his past. We truly felt like family. Julie and he have such a great relationship, so we were just straight in it.”