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In order to commemorate 15 years of artist collaborations, champagne brand Nicolas Feuillatte has commissioned yet another work: a film. Created by actress, producer, and director Zabou Breitman, the film surveys the champagne brand’s one-of-a-kind collection.
Beginning in 1999, the then 20-year-old company commissioned a work of art by Marie Thurman. Her work, La Terroir, which explores the makeup of champagne, became the first in Feuillatte’s collection. Since then, the brand has worked with artists such as Guy Ferrer, Bruno Bressolin, and Alicia Paz.
The individual works find homes beside stainless steel tanks and oak barrels within the Feuillatte cellars. Every year, a new place is carved out and this year, Breitman’s film paid homage to past works while adding to the collection.
Chosen for her daring and creativity, Breitman was given complete freedom over the film. In its completion, Bulles d’artistes is a 10-minute film that shares testimonials from the artists and Nicolas Feuillatte team while exploring the vineyards in Épernay and the brand’s unique Paris flagship boutique.