SHORT FILMS SCREENING:
The 29-featured films include narratives, experimental shorts, artistic in scope, by brands and filmmakers who use their expressive lens to showcase the art of fashion and filmmaking. (Length: 1hr 46min)
Featured films include:
ABC (Directed by Pierluigi Anselmi), AMOR FATI (Directed by Quentin Caffier), BLOSSOM | OSCAR CARVALLO COUTURE 2016 (Directed by Benjamin Nicolas), BREAKING RULES (Directed by Victor Claramunt and San Millán), BUNNY (Directed by Maja Uzelac and Miroslav Ničić), DESTINY (Directed by Katarzyna Cieslar), DROPDEAD GORGEOUS (Directed by Georges Edouard Duquette), EPHIMERAL (Directed by Paco Peregrín), ESCAPE (Directed by Jingyi Shao and Jess Jing Zou), GEORGETOWN OPTICIAN “OUR FAMILY KNOW GLASSES” (Directed by Dean Alexander), IIMUAHII COUTURE FASHION FILM (Directed by Peter Pan), IN THE DEEP (Directed by Amber Moelter and Luis Barreto Carrillo), IRREVERSIBLE (Directed by Laura Lazarescu-Thois), JACK & JONES SPRING COLLECTION 2016 (Directed by Jesper Skoubølling), LA LUCHA (Directed by Ian Bonhôte), LOOK INTO MY EYES (Directed by Gustavo Lopez and Lorena Parra), MIDNIGHT WALK (Directed by Mathilde Nocquet), MYTH (Directed by MANFRE & Iker Iturria), NEVER ENDING STORY (Directed by Metz + Racine), NICE LIES (Directed by Anna Radchenko and Mikhail Svjatogor), ROUGAROU: THE AWAKENING OF THE BEAST (Directed by Saray Blades), SAD STORY (Directed by Itziar Orbegozo), SCHEHERAZADE (Direct by Mohammad Alsaeed), SHAPES (Directed by Sju Smatanova), SO DELICIOUS (Directed by Peter Emmanuilov), STATUES (Directed by Josh Brandão and Nicolai Kornum), SYSTEM (Directed by Eugenio Recuenco), THREE WOMEN ARRIVE (Directed by Marie Schuller), UNDER (Directed by Javier Barcala)
ABOUT MIAMI FASHION FILM FESTIVAL
Offering a close and colorful look at the creative and fast-paced world of the fashion industry, the 4th Annual Miami Fashion Film Festival (MIAFFF) celebrates the films and filmmakers that creatively examine the art, culture, and business of fashion, both locally and internationally.
Bringing attention to the historical interdependence between art and fashion and its influences, MIAFFF adds to the “fashion is art” narrative with local and international films that highlight fashion design through graphics, sound, and motion, in real and digitally imagined environments as well as revealing documentaries that delve into the designer psyche and craft.
Included are designer brands and experimental shorts, fashion-in-film classics as well as the style-filled movies that have inspired our love of fashion.
Attractive to film, fashion and art enthusiasts, who also recognize fashion as a form of artistic and cultural expression, fashion design is further explored through exhibits, workshops, and talks with local fashion creatives using design, film and photography to expand the dialogue at the intersection of art and fashion.
Programming also aims to engage the community in conversation to explore the opportunities and challenges women, youth, and professionals face within the industry globally.
Proceeds benefit Fashion Inspires More, a nonprofit organization dedicated to expanding the fashion dialogue through art, technology, and education.