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Tuesday, November 5
Coach Hosts a Private Screening of Camila Morrone’s New Film
Tuesday night in L.A., Coach supported one of its holiday campaign stars, Camila Morrone, by hosting a screening of her new movie, Mickey and the Bear. The screening was followed by cocktails at the San Vicente Bungalows. Guests — including Naomi Campbell, Gillian Jacobs, and Suki Waterhouse, among others — sipped classic cocktails and enjoyed mini crudités with Morrone and the film’s director, Annabelle Attanasio.
Monday, November 4
Chanel and the Tribeca Film Institute Celebrate Female Filmmakers
This week, Jane Rosenthal, CEO of Tribeca Enterprises and Paula Weinstein of Tribeca and Chanel hosted the fifth annual luncheon for women filmmakers at Locanda Verde in New York. The event brought together a hundred female leaders in entertainment — including Katie Holmes, Glenn Close, Marisa Tomei, Keke Palmer, and Zazie Beetz, among others — to celebrate their work and the 10 emerging female filmmakers selected for the program.
This year’s program participants include actor Catherine Keener, director Sam Taylor-Johnson, producers Anne Carey and Dede Gardner, director/producers Julie Dash and Lesli Linka Glatter, director/writer/producer Nicole Holofcener, designer Ane Crabtree, editor Sabine Hoffman, composer Laura Karpman, Tribeca Film Institute’s Amy Hobby, and more.
The three-day program was created to discover and empower ten rising filmmakers with project support, master classes, one-on-one mentorship, and peer-to-peer sessions. A total of $100,000 will be awarded to participants for project development and production of their films.
Saturday, November 2
Gucci Helps LACMA Celebrate Its 9th Annual Art+Film Gala
The Los Angeles County Museum of Art hosted its ninth annual Art+Film Gala on Saturday, honoring artist Betye Saar and filmmaker Alfonso Cuarón. Co-chaired by Eva Chow and Leonardo DiCaprio, the evening brought together more than 800 distinguished guests from the worlds of art, film, fashion, and more. This year’s gala raised more than $4.6 million for LACMA’s film initiatives, future exhibitions, acquisitions, and programming.
“We honored two incredibly powerful artistic voices this year,” said Michael Govan, LACMA CEO and Wallis Annenberg director. “Betye Saar has helped define the genre of Assemblage art for nearly seven decades, and recognition of her as one of the most important and influential artists working today is long overdue. Alfonso Cuarón, one of the great storytellers of our time, is able to bring deep humanity to any story he chooses to portray.”
The evening began with a cocktail reception before moving on to a seated dinner by Joachim Splichal of Patina Restaurant Group. John Legend and Ted Sarandos presented tributes to Saar and Cuarón, respectively. Later, Will Ferrell invited guests to head outdoors, where Billie Eilish introduced performers Anderson .Paak & The Free Nationals.
As in previous years, the Gala was supported by Gucci (the majority of attendees — including Saar, Cuarón, .Paak, Eilish, Laura Dern, Ava DuVernay, Greta Gerwig, Regina King, Brie Larson, Salma Hayek Pinault, Zoe Saldana, Yara Shahidi, and Amandla Stenberg, among others — were sporting the brand). Gucci’s creative director, Alessandro Michele, was also the gala host committee chair. Additional support was provided by Audi.