As a celebration of Copenhagen Fashion Film Festival 2019’s overall theme, this Sunday Recommendation is dedicated to fashion short films! Here we have selected three examples from SHOWStudio’s list “Fashion Films Submissions”, which illustrate some of the interesting aspects of fashion short film as a media.
To follow up on film programs, talks, exhibitions and the award show during Copenhagen Fashion Film Festival 2019, click here.
Watch and enjoy the list below!
Urzulka and Juliana Ramirez: Belly Flop
In Urzulka and Juliana Ramirez’ fashion short film Belly Flop, the viewer is up for a tricky film experience that plays with both our perceptions and expectations. Urzulka and Juliana’s creative use of different visual effects creates a cinematic language of fragments, setting the clothing and accessories in new constellations.
Direction: Urzulka & Juliana Ramirez
DOP: Nina Hawkins
Art: Urzulka & Juliana
Styling: Margaret Bechtold
Wardrobe: Olive Boutique
Art Assistance: Adé Randle, Eric Peana
Models: Gianna Rebecca & Isabel Fannin
Sound Design: Mitchell Lamon
Dàfe Oboro and Mowalola Ogunlesi: Kilón Shélé Gán Gán
Vibrating colors. Sound landscape of a city. Stylish sunglasses. The short fashion film Kilón Shélé Gán Gán is loaded with impressions, having an interesting impact on the clothing showed in the film: Clips of what looks like the everyday life in the city Lagos combined with staged and designed scenes, makes the distinction between factual and fiction hard to designate. By using everyday situations in the film, designer Mowalola Ogunlesi and the film maker Dàfe Oboro lets the collection become part of the lived culture of Lagos and the Nigerian people, instead of being something isolated.
Direction: Dàfe Oboro and Mowalola Ogunlesi
Casting: Our Casting
Styling Assistance: Stephen Tayo
Film Assistance: Deto Black
Graphics: Lane Stewart
Michele Foti: My Beautiful Laundrette
In Michele Foti’s short fashion film My Beautiful Laundrette, the viewer is up for a humorous and surprising use of music, movement and surroundings in relation to the clothing – and brings the viewers sense for detail into questioning. Taking place in what looks like a dry-cleaning factory, we follow the everyday labor of a couple of women. As a contrast to what looks like mechanical labor and a standardized environment, the women offer surprises and individuality in the clothes that they wear – however the details only appear in small glimps.
Direction: Michele Foti
To see more amazing fashion short films, go to ShowStudios webpage. SHOWStudio’s Head of Fashion Film, Raquel Couceiro, will attend Copenhagen Fashion Film Festival 2019 as part of the jury. Read more about her here.
It’s still possible to submit your fashion film. Click here to learn more.