Arts Alliance has announced that an award-winning Fabergé documentary will be released in cinemas worldwide from June 29 for a limited time only.
The documentary entitled ‘Fabergé: A Life Of Its Own’, will showcase two rare pieces and the history of the Fabergé dynasty.
The event offers an exclusive opportunity to discover the story of a lost Imperial Egg, the first Imperial Class Egg produced for 99 years, expert insights into Fabergé’s craftmanship and the history of the Fabergé brand told by two of Peter Carl Fabergé’s great-granddaughters.
The Pearl Egg uncovered in the film is the first Imperial-style egg created by the brand for almost 100 years. The egg features 3,000 diamonds and natural pearls.
Brought to screens around the world by Event Cinema distributor Arts Alliance, Fabergé: A Life Of Its Own charts the rich history behind the luxury brand, from the monumental rise of ‘artist jeweller’ Peter Carl Fabergé in the 19th Century to the enduring legacy of Fabergé today.
The film has already has collected the award for Outstanding Achievement in Filmmaking at Newport Beach Film Festival, Best Documentary at Palm Beach International Film Festival and the Jury Award: Documentary at the Beverly Hills Film Festival.
Director Patrick Mark is a documentary filmmaker and writer with more than 40 cinema and television films to his name. With most Fabergé pieces held in private ownership or confined to a small number of museums, Fabergé: A Life Of Its Own will give audiences a rare chance to experience the brand’s creations on the big screen.
It will also be the only opportunity to see two historical pieces before they return to the secrecy of their very private collections.
Cinema listings and tickets will be available soon at http://www.artsalliance.com/event/faberge-a-life-of-its-own/.