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Chanel and Tribeca Celebrated Women and Film With an Empowering Luncheon

Kicking off the highly anticipated week dedicated to film, Chanel and Tribeca honored females in the industry at a festive luncheon to celebrate the Through Her Lens Program. Hosted at one of Manhattan’s most iconic French bistros, The Odeon, guests including Lucy Boynton, Cazzie David, Zosia Mamet, Chase Sui Wonders, Kyra Sedgwick, Rebecca Dayan, Elizabeth Chai Vasarhelyu, Anne Archer, Coco Baudelle, Pippa Bianco, Amandla Stenberg, Piper Perabo, Clara McGregor, Rosanna Arquette, and Bethann Hardison were welcomed with a towering seafood display, a decadent charcuterie, and bite-sized offerings from the restaurant’s menu.

Once everyone trickled in and found a seat with a new friend or old, Tribeca’s CEO and co-founder Jane Rosenthal addressed the crowd.

“We are all women and we are all being challenged,” Rosenthal began, “Our country is on the precipice of overturning Roe v. Wade and turning back the clock on women’s freedoms. It’s more important than ever before for women storytellers to rise up and share their talents with the world.”

Since 2005, Chanel and Tribeca have curated an immersive three-day mentorship program that provides industry support in addition to artistic development and crucial funding for both women and non-binary writers and directors. From masterclasses focused on script-to-screen development to music composition and costume design, Through Her Lens fosters not only a community of both emerging talent and leaders in film but also a family.

“Normal has never felt so extraordinary,” Rosenthal smiled as she looked out into the brassiere filled with her colleagues, friends, and family. The room echoed this sense of intimacy. The Odeon’s square tables, which are usually draped in traditional white linens were replaced with bistro-style dining sets outfitted in bountiful bouquets of peonies. For the main course, waiters passed around the restaurant’s signature sandwiches, tuna burgers, and cheeseburgers. Both of which paired perfectly with the abundant supply of pomme frites.

Before guests bid the afternoon adieu, Rosenthal offered a few words of encouragement to the group. “Each of us here has a story to tell, and that’s what we must do,” she explained. “We must tell stories that move hearts and minds, celebrate victories, and shine a light on darkest corners of our world.”

Luckily, the excitement in the room won’t end here. This upcoming fall, the 8th annual Through Her Lens Program will return to New York City.

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