The Trois Cinq Friedland, Sisley’s cultural program, showcases the d’Ornano family’s engagements and inspirations. Characterized by its free spirit, it is an opportunity to foster new encounters between art, culture and important charitable causes.
Located at the brand's headquarters in Paris – just a short walk away from the Arc de Triomphe and the Champs-Élysées – the Trois Cinq alternates between exhibitions, debate-conferences, film previews, concerts and literary evenings. These private events are open to friends and guests of Sisley upon registration.
The d’Ornano family’s love of art is expressed through the co-creation of exhibitions between Sisley and the artists it supports. These exhibitions take place at Sisley's Paris headquarters. Outreach support is also provided through patronages and partnerships, that enrich the program. Since The Trois Cinq was launched in 2017, events have been successively held reflecting the d’Ornano family’s eclectic tastes, which include painting, fine arts, street art and photography.
Sisley is committed to promoting film making through its cinema prize. The Sisley-d'Ornano Foundation, for its part, provides support to directors that have a close affinity too and who will often cover the essential topics of schooling and education. In keeping with these award-winning films, the Trois Cinq organises film premieres as well as masterclasses in the presence of film makers.
Since 2013, Sisley has awarded this prestigious prize at the “Arcs Film Festival”, which is committed to promoting the cause of women working in European cinema today. Celebrating icons, such as Jasmila Zbanic (For Those Who Can Tell No Tales, 2013), Lucie Borleteau (Fidelio: Alice's Journey, 2014), Margolzata Szumowska (Body, 2015), Iram Haq (What Will People Say, 2017), Claire Burger (Real Love, 2018), Sarah Gavron (Rocks, 2019) and Agnieszka Holland (Charlatan, 2020).
Partner of the ELLE Grand Prix Cinema, Sisley presented the “Prix de la Beauté de l'Image” prize for aesthetics, light and photography for three consecutive years. Nicole Garcia's From the Land of the Moon (2016), Xavier Beauvois' The Guardians (2017) and Pawel Pawlikowski's Cold War (2018) are all notable winners of the prestigious award.
The Trois Cinq Friedland cultural program also offers conferences related to actions, causes and associations supported by Sisley, as well as the Sisley-d'Ornano Foundation.
Supported by the Sisley-d’Ornano Foundation since 2013, the association aims to create a positive movement to change the standing of women in European cinema today. In addition to Les Arcs - Sisley “Femmes de cinéma” prize, The Lab « Femmes de cinéma », organises specialised masterclasses with women film makers who set a positive example.
Sisley supports a boat expedition of students from the French “Grande Ecoles”, starting from Lorient (France) and ending in the South Pole. An environmental, scientific and educational program, it raises awareness on the subject of marine and costal ecosystem preservation in the Atlantic and Antarctica.