Ahead of the release of WOMAN, co-directors Anastasia Mikova and Yann Arthus-Bertrand give us their take on the film



LVMH is a partner of the film WOMAN, directed by Anastasia Mikova and Yann Arthus-Bertrand, set for theater release in 30 countries for International Women’s Day. All proceeds from ticket sales will be donated to WOMAN(s) (Women On Media And News – School), an NGO that trains women and girls in media professions around the world. 

Through thousands of first-person accounts, the film WOMAN presents the daily lives of women from the four corners of the globe. Transcending the diversity of the women interviewed, their voices come together in a certain universal harmony. All are confronted with the same life events – some joyful, some sad – and talk with sincerity and kindness about very personal subjects, including femininity, motherhood and their place in society. They engage with their destinies despite challenges they must often face alone, showing courage and a desire to build a better, more equitable world.

Ahead of the release of WOMAN, the film’s directors, Anastasia Mikova and Yann Arthus-Bertrand sat down for interviews themselves and explained how the film has changed their lives.

Several female employees of the Group and its Maisons also faced the lens of WOMAN‘s camera crew:

Others expressed the feelings they felt while watching WOMAN,  filmed in the same set used for the original production:

Several women from LVMH were also invited to share their own experiences around the key themes of the film. In the second episode (see below), they talk about the place of work in their lives and what their jobs bring them each day…