Lily Arkwright are thrilled to supportManchester International Film Festival2023 as this years lead partner to help support UK arts & culture and raise awareness of ethical jewellery alternative.
Now in it's ninth year, MFF is one of Manchesters biggest events showcasing the very best UK & international cinematography the world has to offer. Previous stars who have graced the red carpet include Simon Pegg, Mark Gatiss, Hermione Corfield and even Shia LeBeouf.
As part of our commitment to giving back, we're thrilled to have supported such a worthy cause and absolutely delighted that we've been able to raise awareness of ethical and sustainable jewellery to the masses.
British actress Antonia Thomas, best known for her roles is E4 comedy drama Misfits, Netflix comedy series Lovesick and ABC drama series The Good Doctor graced the red carpet wearing the stunning Lily Arkwright Monaco Tennis Bracelet to help raise awareness of lab grown ethical jewellery.
TV presenter, actress and film producer Terri Dwyer looked sensational attending the Bolan's Shoes film premier. Terri showcased several Lily Arkwright jewellery pieces in support of mined diamond jewellery alternatives.
The event was hotly anticipated and several stars made an appearance during the opening night as Rye Lane premiered at the festival.
Northern Irish born actress Karen Hassan recently starred as lead role 'Aidie' in gripping Feature Film 'Cellar Door', directed by Vicko Nikci in association with The Irish Film Board which picked up an award at The Galway Film Fleadh 2018 for Best First Feature Film.
She has recently collaborated with The Comedy Unit and The BBC playing boss 'Lisa McCoy' in their newest comedy series 'Soft Boarder Patrol', exposing the hilarious consequences of the boarder change between the UK and the EU post Brexit. Karen also appeared in award winning TV series, 'The Fall' (all three seasons) playing 'Annie Brawley' alongside Gillian Anderson and Jamie Dornan.
Karen showcased several stunning Lily Arkwright jewellery pieces for the premier of her new film, Wait For Me, directed by Keith Farrell.
MFF is proud of its honest and transparent roots and will continue with the original ethos of selecting films from open submissions. Manchester Film Festival is a BIFA Qualifying film festival.