BVLGARI CELEBRATES BREAKTHROUGH WOMEN IN LATEST SHORT DOCUMENTARIES

BVLGARI CELEBRATES BREAKTHROUGH WOMEN IN LATEST SHORT DOCUMENTARIES

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BVLGARI CELEBRATES BREAKTHROUGH WOMEN IN LATEST SHORT DOCUMENTARIES

THE JEWELERS THREE YEAR STINT WITH TRIBECA STUDIOS COMES TO AN END

THE JEWELERS THREE YEAR STINT WITH TRIBECA STUDIOS COMES TO AN END

Text: Ayesha Le Breton

In homage to the brand’s cultivated cinematic history with pioneering contemporary voices of today, the luxury jewelry brand is set to premier their latest and final installment of short films, created in collaboration with Tribeca Studios. In a continuous effort to spotlight leading women trailblazing their way through the arts, Bvlgari-Official Jeweler of Tribeca Film Festival-joined forces with the studios on a multi-year short film series. This year's films are two of six produced throughout the brand’s three-year partnership with Tribeca Film Festival.  

Bvlgari and Tribeca enlist Cynthia Erivo–Emmy, Tony, Grammy Award Winning and Two-Time Academy Award Nominated actor–to host the virtual worldwide premiere on February 1st, available on Bulgari’s site. The actor will unveil the two films, Lot 448 and Ezinma

Some of Italy’s most celebrated museums act as backdrop to Bella Monticelli’s short documentary Lot 448, as it follows Lynda Albertson–the CEO of Association for Research into Crimes Against Art-in a race against time. Leading in her respective field, Albertson spearheads an investigation to stop the auction of the suspected stolen Eruscan Antefix, that is also linked to a syndicate of notorious convicted traffickers who have infiltrated the market with excavated artifacts. 

At a harmonious pace, Ezinmna, directed by Alison Chernick spotlights remarkable violinist Enzinma, who is reshaping the realm of classical music. The non-conformist transformed her rigorous classical training into an intersectional, radical and innovative genre of her own, while sharing her passion with the communities that are typically discouraged from studying classical music. The self-made artist and woman breaks the mold with her unmatched talent, which has exploded appreciation across social media and led her to collaborate with luminary artists such as Beyoncé. 

Bvlgari’s recent ventures into the realm of filmmaking were in some ways an ode to its origins.  Movies played a pivotal role in contributing to the company’s popularity in the sixties and seventies, actors and producers spent months in Rome where they discovered the store that ultimately defined a new era of jewelry. Their ornate wares adorned by legendary actresses such as Elizabeth Taylor and Sharon Stone, created a style that consummated the relationship with the Hollywood community. Word of mouth gradually drove the worldwide development and success of the company. What better way to celebrate its rich history of bedazzling astounding women in film than with female filmmakers and female-driven stories. 

Watch the household jewelry brand as it highlights their partnership with Tribeca Studios and delivers a synopses of the two short documentary films. 

Credits: Images and videos courtesy of Bvlgari.

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