PHOENIX, February 15, 2022 (Newswire.com) –
Early bird passes for the FashFilmFete™ are on sale until February 28 via www.phxart.org/show/fashfilmfete-celebrating-fashion-storytelling. Regular sales begin March 1. The event celebrates fashion storytelling with a mission to create a diverse platform for filmmakers of all backgrounds, especially those historically underrepresented in the film industry, such as women and people of color.
FashFilmFete™ founder Mignon Gould, who founded archived style and entertainment magazine TheChicSpy.com, was inspired to launch the festival after featuring interviews with film and fashion insiders including costume designers Madeline Fontaine (Jackie), Catherine Martin (The Great Gatsby) and Academy Award-winning Michael O’Connor (Jane Eyre).
The festival takes place on Saturday, April 30 from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. MST at the Phoenix Art Museum. Gould chose the museum because she believes fashion and film are unifying art forms that provide an opportunity to share diverse perspectives, with fashion being “the one art form that everyone participates in” , says Gould.
“The Phoenix Art Museum is thrilled to host FashFilmFete,” said Helen Jean, Phoenix Art Museum Fashion Design Curator Jacquie Dorrance. “We hope people across the Valley will join us in celebrating these new cinematic works that explore fashion in film.”
See selected films on www.fashfilmfete.com/2022-films
Consult the jury on https://fashfilmfete.com/panel
FashFilmFete™ is a premier film festival celebrating the history and future of fashion storytelling. Our mission is to curate a selection of Hollywood, independent, experimental and documentary films to show the importance of fashion in cinema. FFF will bring together a global community of fashion and film lovers to explore style in film and its influence on pop culture, fashion design, contemporary art and beauty standards. To learn more about FashFilmFete™, visit www.fashfilmfete.com.
About the Phoenix Art Museum
Since 1959, the Phoenix Art Museum has provided millions of guests with access to world-class art and experiences with the goal of igniting the imagination, creating meaningful connections, and serving as a brave space for anyone who wants to experience the transformative power of art. Located in the central corridor of Phoenix, the museum is a dynamic destination for the visual arts and the largest art museum in the Southwestern United States. Each year, more than 300,000 guests participate in critically acclaimed national and international exhibitions and the collection of more than 20,000 works of American and Western American, Asian, European, Latin American, Modern and Contemporary art and Fashion Design. The museum also presents a comprehensive program of films, live performances and educational programs designed for visitors of all ages, as well as dynamic photography exhibitions made possible through the museum’s historic partnership with the Center for Creative Photography at the University of Arizona. To learn more about the Phoenix Art Museum, visit www.phxart.orgor call 602.257.1880.
Contact: Cute Gould
Founder and Executive Director