HOUSE OF CARDIN
COPENHAGEN FASHION FILM POP-UP FESTIVAL 2020
5 February – 8 February 2020
This year we present a smaller pop-up festival when we show three unique films, all of which have the fashion icon, Pierre Cardin, in focus.
Get a unique insight into Pierre Cardin’s creative universe with the new documentary House of Cardin (2019), which tells the story of the fashion and furniture designer, who was born in Italy, but first and foremost is associated with French fashion.
Pierre Cardin has a penchant for geometric shapes and unisex designs, often ignoring the female shapes. In the 1960s, he dressed The Beatles in the modern gray suits that later became legendary. We focus on Cardin as a film costume designer and present the range of his work. In Jean Cocteau’s The Beauty and the Beast (1946), we see how Cardin’s unique costumes create the atmosphere and set the frame in the film. The film is presented by one of Copenhagen’s greatest designers, Nicholas Nybro, who as well has created costumes for the film media. You can also look forward to the bang bang classic A Dandy in Aspic (1968) starring Mia Farrow. The film’s costumes are a stylish image of the fashion of the time, and it is very easy to see Pierre Cardin’s style and distinctive design expressed here.
CFF FESTIVAL OPENING
Wed 30/01 - Sat 02/02
CFF x EXHIBITION
TALK x SUSTAINABILITY
TALK x EARLY CINEMA’S COSTUME AND FASHION FILMS
CFF AWARD SHOW 2019
TALK x WORKING WITH FASHION FILM
TALK x VISUAL STORYTELLING
The Path She Walks
This Was Home
Sliver Of Doubt
AW18′ FEW OF US
My Cover is Everfresh
KRANZ & ZIEGLER feat. Say Lou Lou
Rudaba Cut Out
The Story of Luca
A Death in the Family
Warrior with a Crown
EDEN – The Woman Who Fell to Earth
Name That Studio
I am Thinking of Pierre Cardin
Rules of Three
The Greatest Luxury
Not(e) for a Dreamer
Copenhagen Fashion Film – The People of Fashion 8 – 10 feb. 2018
Special opening Feb. 7th and warm up Jan. 29 and Feb. 1st during Copenhagen Fashion Week
Each year, Copenhagen Fashion Film focuses on a different theme and this year is no exception.
Fashion takes inspiration from many places but there are a few people, who change fashion forever by just being themselves. Therefore, in this year’s festival, we have chosen to focus on exceptional personalities that have managed to make an impact on a broad international audience and put an indelible impression on our culture with their unique style and their inner glow. In other words, the festival is a tribute to those, who have broken down boundaries by making their world ours.
We have chosen to spotlight musician and actor David Bowie, musician and actor Grace Jones, fashion designer Martin Margiela, actor and style icon Jane Birkin as well as all the greatest supermodels of the 90s.
This year, we also create a pop-up cinema & exhibition outside the auditorium of Cinemateket, allowing the audience to experience the nominated films from this year’s short film programme, various short films focusing on the icons of the festival, and selected fashion short films made by young talents.
Copenhagen Fashion Film continues its talent programme, supporting young Nordic designers and fashion filmmakers by showing their films during the festival, giving away a financial talent prize at the Awards Show and subsequently presenting the films around Denmark and the rest of the world.
The audience can look forward to various film screenings abounding with elegant fashion icons, special talks, debates, exhibitions and special events. Combining the best of contemporary fashion film and a special selection of old cult fashion films, the festival audience is not only in for breathtaking cinematography but also for outstanding fashion film treats.
FASHION WEEK SPECIAL: THE PHANTOM THREAD (pre-screening)
FASHION WEEK SPECIAL: IN THE MOOD FOR LOVE
CFF18 FESTIVAL LAUNCH
WE MARGIELA – Icon: Martin Margiela
THE MAN WHO FELL TO EARTH – Icon: David Bowie
Thu 08/02 - Sat 10/02
The 2018 International and Nordic Fashion Film Programme on Screen
VAMP – Icon: Grace Jones
BLOW-UP – Icon: Jane Birkin
UNZIPPED – Icon: 90’s supermodels
NEW FASHION FILM
FASHION FILM TALK WITH CFF JURY
CFF AWARD SHOW 2018
GUCCI X GQ – The performers Act III – Charlie Heaton
Violent Situations ‘AW17
Till somebody’s nothing for hopefully someone’s something
The Colour Cure
Stine Goya – Le Jardin Fou
It’s a wrap
Inadequate Functions – Morning Routine
Far Over The Waters
Faith in Strangers
Elaine Hersby SS18
Bodily Encounter / Materia Wound
Xx TABLETS xX
The Perfect One
The Other Side
The Eye Ball
The Beauty of Reverso
River Island x Blood Brother|Delete – Exit – Reboot
Pairs Project Dogme: PRIVODEET
My Ideal Brothers
Ignorance is Keeping us Alive
I’m an individual
Die Fernheit Der Dinge/Distancy of Things
Design for Longevity
D.O by Stella Coll
Assemblage in Motion
A Tale of Endurance
Copenhagen Fashion Film – Moving the Fashion Image
The festival presents a programme consisting of unique silent films, iconic underground films and brand new fashion films. The program offers not only great film experiences, but also inspiring talks, art and events.
As always, we focus on themes that are important to the fashion industry as well as our society. This year, our glance is directed, among other things, towards sustainability and the challenges that the world is facing in this context. At the same time, you can look forward to plenty of ceremony and timeless splendor when we bring you into the world of dazzling costumes, silent film concerts and a special selection of the fashion-world’s best short films.
In short, everything a fashion heart could desire
Opening Event – Vernissage of EKEKO & Screening of selected programme
Tue 18/04 - Thu 20/04
THE FIRST MONDAY IN MAY – special screenings at Magasin
Tue 18/04 - Fri 28/04
The 2017 International and Nordic Fashion Film Programme on Screen
THE GRAND BUDAPEST HOTEL
THE TRUE COST
FASHION FILMS NOW! Artist talk with Jon Jacobsen & screening of some of the best contemporary fashion films
LA REVUE DES REVUES – live music by MABE
THE MAN IN THE WHITE SUIT
BANGALOGIA – The Science of Style
FRANCA – CHAOS & CREATION
COPENHAGEN FASHION FILM AWARD SHOW 2017
Uniform of Great Hope
#WeBelieveInThePowerOfLove // Nike // R.T. //
They are coming for you
Afterlife – Manifesto
In Conversation With Vogue Arabia
The Spirit of Freedom
Sports Club C01
ZAZI VINTAGE Film
ETHETICS Episode 1: AKJP
I AM I
Simple By Trista – Movement 1
The Future Is Not What It Used To Be
AAA – Fermi Paradox
Aëdle – Reverie
Ode To A Happening On Earth
ETHETICS Episode 2: MDINGI COUTTS
Strellson “Make Yourself Unstoppable”
Copenhagen Fashion Film presents the festival:
THE SKIN I WEAR
Body, Gender & Identity
Copenhagen Fashion Film festival – The Skin I Wear focused on the connections between fashion and film through various film screenings, talks, debates and special events. Combining the best of contemporary fashion films with a special selection of old cult fashion movies, the festival audience was not only in for breathtaking cinematography but also outstanding fashion film treats.
This year we paid special tribute to the diversity of the human body and spirit by presenting a selection of films and events that discussed and challenged gender and body issues as well as fashion’s depictions of beauty and ageing. We wished to celebrate the growing changes within fashion casting today and filmmakers who portray the varied and exceptional people of the world we live in – without ever having to compromise their fashion sense! By screening works by directors such as G.W. Pabst, Jennie Livingston, Xavier Dolan, Matt Lambert and Kathryn Ferguson the festival set up a programme that aimed to break boundaries and make us think.
For the first time in Copenhagen Fashion Film’s history, all film artists out there had the chance to submit their fashion film to our short film programme. The prize-winners of this programme were elected by a highly acclaimed international jury consisting of some of today’s key players within fashion and film.
Copenhagen Fashion Film Launch
The Danish Girl
Paris is Burning
The Eye Has to Travel
Mexico Fashion Film Festival specially curated programme
Pandora’s Box – Silent film Concert with LYDMOR
Gender, Body & Identity in Contemporary Fashion Film
Copenhagen Fashion Film 2016 Award Show and party
Interview of a Garment
Look Into my Eyes!
The Immaculate Reflection of an Impure World
Out of Function
Beckmans x Cheap Monday
Land of Forgotten Ancestors
The Dancer is a Balinese Queen
The Wicked Skin Project
Himlen under vores Fødder
Close Up and Private Look
Narziss und Goldmund
Je Te Veux
All Scents are Works of Art
Arthur That Moves
We are Cattle
Out of Flux
Messy Massage Class
Gangsta Rap Made Me Do It
COPENHAGEN FASHION FILM GOES TO AARHUS – MOVING THE FASHION IMAGE FESTIVAL
28.04 – 07.05.2016
Copenhagen Fashion film goes to Aarhus! With the festival MOVING THE FASHION IMAGE created specifically for the city of Aarhus in collaboration with HEADSTART FASHION, Copenhagen Fashion Film introduceD its new audience to the phenomena of fashion in film and fashion film. The festival presented a program consisting of unique silent films, iconic underground films and brand new fashion films.
Fashion Film connects sound and moving images and adds an extra dimension to the experience of fashion, which creates new opportunities for the representation of clothes. As an exciting new film form, fashion film has become one of the main communication tools for fashion designers today and has in recent years grown to become an internationally recognised art form in itself.
As a new festival in the city of Aarhus, the MOVING THE FASHION IMAGE festival thus gave an insight into the fascinating world of fashion films and offered its audience the opportunity to meet an exciting range of people from the film and fashion industry. Not only did the programme hereby offer great film experiences, but also inspiring talks, events and debates. So whether you were a curious newcomer, well versed in film and fashion, or simply just a fashion lover – there was something for everybody.
OPENING EVENT x OFFICIAL FASHION FILM SELECTION
Thu 28/04 - Sun 01/05
MOVING THE FASHION IMAGE x NORDIC TALENTS AT SPOT FESTIVAL
Mon 02/05 - Fri 01/01
FASHION FILMS OF THE FUTURE
WHO ARE YOU, POLLY MAGGOO?
THE TENTH VICTIM
PANDORA’S BOX + SILENT FILM KONCERT WITH TOMAS BARFOD
MOVING THE FASHION IMAGE x NORDIC TALENTS
Strong female fashion icons were the center of Copenhagen Fashion Film festival 2015. Under the theme “The Importance Of Being A Heroine” we tributed the stylish silver screen starlets and significant divas. With heroines such as Sophia Loren, Gloria Swanson, and Faye Dunaway combined with the best of contemporary fashion film the audience was in for not only breath-taking cinematography, but also outstanding fashion film treats.
Wed 28/01 - Sun 01/02
Copenhagen Fashion Film Short Film Programme
CPNHGN FSHN WK
SHOWstudio Visits Copenhagen Fashion Film
Puzzle Of A Downfall Child
Male And Female
Who Are You, Polly Maggoo?