Program Includes Artistic Gems, Political and Social Action Films, Complex Artistic Portraits that will Engage, Inspire and Entertain
Chicago, IL – July 2017 — A fabulous collection of films which represents the breadth of contemporary fashion film making across a range of styles will be screened during 2017 Chicago Fall Fashion Week. This week the Festival announced its program which will feature films in competition across the following programs: Narrative, Documentary, Experimental and Animation. After receiving a record number of submissions, the Festival’s dedicated programming team, thoughtfully curated an edgy, timely, inspiring and beautifully entertaining program.
The 6th Annual Fashion Film Festival Chicago (FFFC) is scheduled to take place in October 2017 and will feature 75 short films.
“Each year our goal is to present an innovative, original and moving selection of film which encapsulates some essence or aspect of what makes fashion filmmaking the aspirational port for the depiction of fashion,” said Patsy Campbell, Director of FFFC. “There is no doubt that this season’s lineup accomplishes that and so much more.”
The films selection are as follows:
Ante Kovac (Alexey Pan’Ko), Souvenir (Pelayo Muniz), Tales of Brok-Pa (Tenzin Tsundu Phunkhang), Caress of the Gaze (Behnaz Farahi), Vanguards and Visionaries (Bruce Martinez), Solivagant (Jessica Schaefer), Roots of the Authentic (Jessica Schaefer), Alter Ego (Israel Perez), Not.Going.Out. (Mariana Jimenez), iii (Femke Huurdeman), Fashion Film Lafayette (Juan Ruy Castano), Perspectives (Borgstadt & Grace), Xiu Long (Yuen Hsieh), Mobil (Ambre Cardinal), Switch (Sonja Jocic), Desert (Greg Ferro), The Eye Ball (Dean Alexander), The District of Joy (Dean Alexander), Mirror Mirror (Anna Ling), The Milliner (Meagan Cignoli), The Alphabet of Ben Sirach. Lilith (Jana Nedzvetskaya), Onomatopoeia (Graziosi & Host-Ivessich), VPL Fashion Show (Cati Gonzalez), Rencontre (Hakan Buyuk), Bello (Monica Menez), Timeless Beauty (Bruno Miotto), Ivori (Jordi Clusella), Audax (Jeongki Lee), Cinderella (Sophia Banks), A Revival Story (Reza Golestani), Percolometria (Di Gioia & Bueno), Escapade (Rosalie Miller), Diary (Rosalie Miller), Gone (Roman Rutten), La Petite Mort (Andrea Bendrich), Genesis (Robin Piree), I Am Not a T-Shirt (Delai & Castrucci), The Fashion Film (Delai & Castrucci), Raw (Huerta & Estrada), Perepoloh (Dmitry & Denis Lukaniny), Moncler (Alan Masferrer), Drawing with Stitches (Rosser Goodman), Rebel in Rising (Braden Summers), Red Riding Scarves & Stoles (Bhattacharyya & Bagchi), ASMR (Malak & Douglas), Hypnotherapy Fashion (Jakub Jahn), Elemental Beauty (Elena Kovalenko/l’infini), Model Material (Sabrina Linville), Sophie (David Todd McCarthy), Anabela (Beatriz Cavaleiro), Runaway Runway (Christopher Tevebaugh), The Nimble Fingers of Fashion (Lenna Stamatopoulou), 1.5 km of… (Boryana Pandova), The Getaway (Matthew K. Firpo), Roberta Se Lamenta (Jacho Lederkremer), Hush Hush (Tobias Pichler), Myth (Manfre & Iker Iturria), Hoodiemonks (Martin Cenkl), London Fashion Week: Street Style Highlights (Joanna Theodorou), 8 (Mariia Ievtushenko), Swanski (I Am Here), The Dakar Express (Peter Verster Cohen), The Handmade Stylist (Michelangelo Torres), FIT Hives (Max Hechtman), Fear My Dear Friends (Gibran Ramos), The Boat (Pacheco & Gomes), Mono-Y (Enrico Poli), Needle’s Eye (Nandith Jaisimha), Fermi Paradox (Corentin Kopp), Oneself (Pedro Pacheo), dbol (Rares Abraham), Cry of the City (Boldizsar CR), Montreuil Story (Martina Margaux Cozzi), Sirinbird (Mousin & Koukoushkina), and #WeBelieveInThePowerOFLove (Luca Finotti).
The Fashion Film Festival Chicago (FFFC) is a social, cultural and industry event for this evolving genre of filmmaking which celebrates the visionaries from the fashion and film industries and the unique expressions, concepts and perspectives that together they create. FFFC champions emerging and established talent, curates engaging experiences, seeks the cutting-edge and strives to share beautiful stories.