Celebrating Game-Changing Women: Grey Goose x Bvlgari Hotels

Over the past few months I’ve been lucky enough to attend a couple of screenings at the Breakthrough Women Film Series, hosted by the Bvlgari Hotel and Long-Winded Lady Productions. The series celebrates women as filmmakers, as well as female-driven storylines, with the opportunity to see the films pre-release and have the unique opportunity to get to know more through Q&As with directors and lead actors.

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Female empowerment is something I feel incredibly passionately about, and I’ve been lucky enough to work with many organisations through my role in this capacity.

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To celebrate the screening of the final film, The Rider, I was invited to an intimate dinner at the Bvlgari hosted by Grey Goose. The evening celebrated game-changing women not only in film, but in the creative industries. I felt truly excited, energised and inspired by the other guests, who are all game-changing in their fields.

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It was a fantastic evening, and a great way to celebrate a series that celebrates female voices, and commitment to the arts. Films in the series included Westwood: Punk, Icon, Activist; Jeune Femme; and The Rider.

Have you seen any of the films in the series? Be sure to comment below, or let me know on TwitterFacebook, or Instagram

Image credit: Kinsmen Photography  
  • TheGrowingMum

    I’ve been out of the movie scene for a while now because: kids haha! But I’m slowly getting ready to delve back in and will be checking these out as I haven’t heard of them before.

    • They are brilliant, it’s so important to support women in film so I definitely recommend it 🙂

  • I haven’t heard of any of these films but I’ll be sure to look them up.

  • Laura Rocksteady

    Oh wow what a gorgeous evening and I agree Women empowerment is so important and something I too am passionate about. Thanks for linking the films – off the read more about them

    Laura x

  • Jessi Dimmock

    Absolutely beautiful photos! Love the theme of this film series too! Will definitely be adding some to my list to watch!