Schaffhausen IWC has officially sponsored the Tribeca Film Festival in New York for the second time. In this cooperation, IWC will fund the non-profit organization Tribeca Film Association by auctioning a unique watch. The auction will be held on April 9th, 2014 at the Antigoron Auction Company, and the entire auction proceeds will be used to fund the Tribeca Film Association.
‘I am very honored to continue to sponsor the Tribeca Film Festival and to nurture more emerging film workers in the film industry by sponsoring the Tribeca Film Association.’ Joachis, Chief Executive Officer of IWC Schaffhausen, said: ‘IWC IWC has long supported film culture and creation, encouraging new generations of filmmakers to pursue better performance. How to tell stories is an important element above all, and so is technical excellence. Both are important to make great movies. ” Cui The Beka Film Association is very happy to work with IWC Schaffhausen again to support outstanding film talents by auctioning extraordinary pieces. ‘Tribeca Film Association Managing Director Beth Janson said:’ With the help of IWC IWC, Cui The Beka Film Association can continue to support a diverse and dynamic film work team, achieving their creative potential and reaching a wide audience in the world. ‘
Once in a lifetime
In 2014, IWC Schaffhausen launched a special pilot spitfire chronograph special edition ‘2014 Tribeca Film Festival Timeless’ (model: IW387811). This contemporary classic watch is equipped with IWC 89365. Type self-made movement, automatic winding, waterproof 6 bar, 68-hour power reserve. The 18K red gold case is perfect for a grand occasion like the red carpet. With the special edition of 2013, the faceplate uses a slate gray tone with a luxurious burgundy small dial, evoking the association of the golden age of Hollywood’s red carpet at the Tribeca Film Festival, New York, the iron gray city. Incidentally, VIPs who made this unique watch will be invited to the Tribeca Film Festival, a ‘For the Love of Cinema’ private dinner hosted by IWC Schaffhausen, as well as upscale restaurants in New York City Accommodation.
This watch will be auctioned in New York on April 9, 2014 through the Antigoron auction company
‘Antigourn Auctions is very honored to hold an auction of this watch in New York City on April 9.’ said Evan Zimmermann, President of Antigourn Auctions. ‘This provides a very precious opportunity for watch lovers around the world. , Not only won a timeless gem, but also the first-hand experience of the world-famous Tribeca Film Festival awards event. ‘
This set of exclusive content will be auctioned in New York on April 9th, 2014 via Antigorum Auction Company. Interested buyers can participate in live auctions at their booth on Madison Avenue, or through www.antiquorum.com Online auction, or telephone auction (Lot 268, about 3:30 PM).
Passing on the new tradition of cinema
Proceeds from the auction of this watch will be donated to the Tribeca Film Association and the IWC Film Awards in support of emerging filmmakers. Jeff Malmberg). ‘It was a great honour to be awarded the IWC Film Awards last year,’ said Mamberg. ‘With such funding, I can continue to complete my work without worries.’ He will share the ‘Teatro’ film at the ‘For the Love of Cinema’ private dinner.