The La Jolla International Fashion Film Festival was recently held July 24th through the 26th, 2014. The continued growth of the festival, now in the fashion film festival’s fifth year, is also alternatively known as the “Cannes of Fashion Film World”. Artists from the fashion, entertainment, and creative fields gathered for networking, workshops, and three nights of screenings.Press and red carpet arrivals at the LJIFFF.
Special appearances from renowned fashion industry veterans including Dame Zandra Rhodes, Bruno Aveillan, and Simone Cipriani just to name a few, were in attendance. Dame Zandra Rhodes presenting at the LJIFFF.
Fashion films from various spectrums of artistic themes, and tones captured by directors, producers, production crews, models, actresses, and hair/makeup; projected over fifty films. Since there were over fifty films, narrowing in on the audience popular vote is a must. There are some wonderful films that aren’t available online. The exclusive screenings that are not online gives an additional reason to attend the La Jolla International Film Festival next year.
ABC Of Fashion, directed by Harrys made for i-D Magazine, combined nostalgia alphabet learning with fashion. http://www.youtube.com/embed/mttQY4cD2Bw?rel=0
The Purgatory Of Monotony, directed by Ace Norton for RHIE’s A/W 14/15, told the story of being stuck in a rut in life, with a routine of a bored poor little rich girl. http://www.youtube.com/embed/-wqsiPazPoY
A Long Road, directed by Manuel Portillo, for Hispanitas Shoes; took a look back in time with a traveling businessman missing his family while on the road, and vice versa. http://www.youtube.com/embed/1MnJF7_O2lI
A Little Big Step, directed by Miguel Angel Font Bisierf for childrens shoe line Maa Shoes; illustrated the innocence of children and their imagination. http://www.youtube.com/embed/XBlBcFcwSSQ
Rangeen, directed by Guy Aroch and Carlos Vernon for Free People. The film features actress Freida Pinto. http://www.youtube.com/embed/fMtw1rVRFPA?rel=0
Daughter Of The Earth, directed by Vlad Fenesan is based on an old Romanian fictional story.
Source, directed by Arthur Valverde is about finding one’s self in a dream like state. http://www.youtube.com/embed/NrN6RJSne0A?rel=0
Pomellato-Sabbia, directed by Alex Tacchi, is a futuristic vision of gems made from a planet.
Around The World With Stella Jean, directed by Tolga Dilsiz gives the audience a brief look at fashion designer Stella Jean's humanitarian cause to the fashion industry with the UN For The Ethical Fashion Initiative. http://www.youtube.com/embed/crrhJIXu95Y?rel=0
A Song For Elaine, directed by Ines De Leon for the DJ’s Buffetlibre ft. Peter Von Poehl is a quirky fashionable music video about two people’s fate.
K Woman, directed by Hunter and Gatti tells the story of a gorgeous outlaw on the loose.
Check back soon for an exclusive look at a fashion film that is not available online!
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