Tapis Rouge Collection

2018 Edition

Tapis Rouge Collection 2018

Making independent films travel, one jewellery creation at a time

For the fourth year running, Anne-Marie Chagnon is proud to partner with Ciné Tapis Rouge to support its activities aimed at promoting independent filmmaking by presenting an exclusive jewellery collection. For every jewellery creation sold, Anne-Marie Chagnon will make a donation to Ciné Tapis Rouge.

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4th edition of Tapis Rouge collection

This fundraising collection is a reference to the previous one inspired by Geneviève Rochette's universe and vision. Anne-Marie Chagnon wanted to bring a new and fresh look by integrating the leather as a new material. For every jewellery creation sold, we will make a donation. Like all Anne-Marie Chagnon jewellery, the creations from this collection are handmade at our Montreal studio.

About Ciné Tapis Rouge

Created in 2007, Ciné Tapis Rouge is an organization based in Montreal (QC, CA) aimed at developing film exchanges, between Quebec and other countries. CTR wants to honor independent filmmaking and primarily focuses on the concept which can be explained as it follows: each year, the welcoming of a foreign cinematography in Montreal is completed by a presentation of Quebec films in the exchange country. Through this initiative, CTR contributes to the shining of Quebec cinema abroad and gives the opportunity to the Quebec audiences to discover, in every edition, a new cinematography. Currently, Ciné Tapis Rouge has completed exchanges with Switzerland, Belgium, Catalonia, Romania, Denmark, Bavaria, Brazil and Taiwan. We begin our ninth edition this year with an exchange between Quebec and Nordic countries (Iceland, Denmark, Norway, Sweden, and Finland).

Photo credit : Martin Legault

Jewellery creations

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