Get ready to watch a band of very handsome, well-dressed English fellows look off camera. A lot.
Shiny promotes Fashion Film: Networking event, Thurs 18th Sept at Framestore
Shiny put on events to help diverse, emerging filmmaker talent to build career networks.
Their next event is Fashion Film: Networking, hosted at Framestore during London Fashion Week.
The event explores the rapid growth of fashion film online, with a panel discussion “Want to make more fashion films?”, looking at ‘what is fashion film, who’s commissioning what, and where fashion films are published & promoted’.
With contributions from an impressive panel:
Sari Morein, head of new business @Acne
Romy van den Broeke, producer @Farfetch
Tracy Sedino, art director @Linda Farrow
Gavin Mee, founder @Syncsmith
Nico Montanari, video curator @Not Just A Label
There’ll be a screening of the best new work submitted to Shiny and a short screening of great fashion films.
Afterwards, there's networking drinks. All attendees can expect to meet emerging filmmakers & fashion brands, world class production companies, reps & agencies, record labels and publishers.
Doors open 7pm and tickets cost £15 from Shiny
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