This two-day Miami Fashion Film Festival (taking place at the Miami Beach Cinematheque) creatively dissects the art, culture and business of fashion with screenings of documentaries and experimental shorts, fashion-in-film classics and the fashion-forward films that started it all. Afterwards, get the conversation going by engaging in dialogue that questions the opportunities and hurdles in the fashion community for youth, women and industry professionals.
On September 16, the evening kicks off at 7 pm with an invite-only reception at ThreeSixtySpaces in Wynwood for an exhibit of a collage titled Surreal Style by Deming King Harriman. Harriman is a Miami raised collage artists who’s works are in The Art and Culture Center of Hollywood, Coral Gables Museum, Baker Museum in Naples, Brisky Gallery in Miami, The Brayer Gallery in Ventura, California, and at SCOPE Miami Beach 2014 during Miami Art Week. While her commissions include digital collages that are featured in the elevators on some of the Royal Caribbean’s ships.
The following day the celebration will continue at 7 pm and the first portion of films begin with more than 15 documentaries, narratives, and experimental shorts by brands and international filmmakers, followed by a panel discussion called Fashion Reporting: As History Tells It. The second portion of the night begins at 9 pm and ends at 11 pm. During that time award winners will be announced.
The Miami Fashion Film Festival takes place Wednesday September 16 & Thursday September 17 and benefits Fashion Inspires More, a nonprofit organization dedicated to expanding fashion dialogue through art, technology and education. Tickets are on sale now for just $15. Get yours here.