That's right...we're live! (And now that we are live I promise to be a better blogger.) The San Francisco Fashion Film Festival is off to a running start and our tickets are now available for purchase over on Eventbrite! Individual showings are on sale for $10 and $15 each, while full festival passes are going for just $75 each!
We are also very happy to announce our lineup of films which we think includes something for everyone:
Saturday, April 7th, 2012
1:00 PM - Ziegfeld Girl - $15 (Costumes by Adrian)
3:30 PM - How I Get Dressed/The Way I Dress - $10
4:15 PM - Jack Taylor of Beverly Hills - $15
6:30 PM – Fashion Shorts - $10
7:15 PM – Barbarella - $15 (Costumes by Jacques Fonteray & Paco Rabanne)
9:45 PM - The Matrix - $15 (Costumes by Kym Barrett)
Sunday, April 8th, 2012
2:00 PM - City of Lost Children - $15 (Costumes by Jean Paul Gaultier)
4:45 PM - Miss Representation - $15
6:45 PM – Fashion Shorts - $10
7:30 PM - God Save My Shoes - $15
9:00 PM - Marie Antoinette - $15 (Costumes by Milena Canonero)
Please visit the "Films" section of our website to read more about these titles, why we chose them, and how we grouped them.
Also...we're offering two events to lead-up to the festival!
On Sunday, March 25th we are partnering with the Disposable Film Festival in their latest class of "Disposable Film 101". This class will have a fashion focus, and we'll talk about ways to make engaging and fun fashion shorts.
On Friday, April 6th, yours truly will be introducing a rare French film from Jacques Becker entitled Falbalas at the de Young Museum as part of its Friday Nights at the de Young. The de Young's highly anticipated exhibition Jean Paul Gaultier: From the Sidewalk to the Catwalk opens on March 23rd, and the San Francisco Fashion Film Festival is pleased to be partnering with the museum to support this exhibition.
Falbalas was made in 1945 in Paris just after the end of World War II. It tells the fictional story of a couturier, and shows the most realistic view of a Parisian couture house of the era on film. When Jean Paul Gaultier saw this film as a young man, it was what prompted him to become a designer...
For more details and information, please visit the "Schedule" page of our website...in fact, just visit our website - it will tell you absoltuely everything you want to know! http://fashfilmfest.org
Looking forward to seeing everyone in April - please say introduce yourself and say hello!