Fashion Film Festival

It’s been a long time coming. Wouldn’t you agree? I recently wrote about how San Francisco is just crawling with creatively-minded people who use their powers and skill to make their community better, more beautiful, more readily loved and enjoyed.

The ladies you see here are the founders of the San Francisco Fashion Film Festival. When I first heard about this amazing event it struck me that nothing like it existed in the Bay Area. How could that be? It was definitely time for a long weekend of films that explore the role that costume, style and design play in cinema.

Something in particular that excites me about the festival is how carefully curated the selection of films are. I mean, we all know Breakfast at Tiffany’s and it’s Givenchy-soaked wonderfulness, and the festival really reaches beyond what one might immediately think of as a “fashion film.” Their list of films scheduled to show bridges the familiar and obvious, bringing lesser-known documentaries, indies, and mainstream narratives into the spotlight. I so firmly believe in this festival (and am really proud of Kim, Adelle and Annie) that Dronning Vintage is an official sponsor.

Tickets for the San Francisco Fashion Film Festival are on sale as of today. You can pick and choose individual films, or get a full pass for the whole weekend. You can also follow them on Facebook and Twitter to stay fashionably up to speed.

One thought on “Fashion Film Festival

  1. Ola! Dronningvintage,
    Maybe a little off topic, however, A film festival is an extended presentation of videos at a screening venue. It can be on a particular theme, or focus on a certain director’s work. You are able to often interact with the director, cast, and critics after the screening. It is a awesome method to meet others who share your interest inside films belonging to a particular genre. New York’s initial Dominican Film Festival began this month. It touches on political issues, and also concerns of the Dominican diaspora.
    I’ll be back to read more next time

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