‘Best Film Idea’ at Australian International Fashion Film Festival

The accolades keep rolling in for our beautiful film “Finn: Kids Don’t Belong in Factories”. It has been selected as the ‘Best Film Idea’ at the Australian International Fashion Film Festival.

To read our interview with director Olivier Venturini, click here.

To see the full list of credits, click here.

‘Finn’ Selected for Australian International Fashion Film Festival

Our film ‘Finn: Kids Don’t Belong in Factories’ has been selected for the programme of the Australian International Fashion Film Festival.

AIFFF is about bringing together the passion and unique art form of film and fashion incorporated into the one, showcasing short films, documentaries, backstage and behind the scenes from fashion shows from around the globe over two nights. With features by fashion designers, film directors and artists who have created films within the fashion sector.

Submission are open to fashion brands, labels, companies, designers, film schools, within the fashion, art and creative sector, sourcing a number of unique and never before seen films to present at AIFFF14.

The programme has not yet been announced but stay tuned and we’ll update you as soon as we know!

The Fableists’ Film ‘Finn’ Selected for the London Fashion Film Festival

FB_BrandFilm_Still_004The Fableists’ first film, ‘Finn’, directed by Olivier Venturini through Great Guns has been selected to appear at the London Fashion Film Festival.

View ‘Finn’ here:

The London Fashion Film Festival is – in their own words – dedicated to celebrating the combined arts of film and fashion in one of the most important centres of fashion in the world, London. The Festival provides the opportunity to take a look at the subject in a variety of ways from documentaries, films about fashion, fashion shorts and films which have been influenced by fashion as well as films which have had an impact on the fashion industry itself.

The Festival was set up in 2013 by professionals from within the film and fashion industries to provide an opportunity to bring together the best and brightest of both industries to showcase creative talent, both locally and overseas. Working with up and coming filmmakers and artists as well as industry professionals, this in an opportunity to enjoy and celebrate fashion in film and get together with likeminded individuals for a fantastic programme of events.

london fashion film fest

Each year the London Fashion Film Festival host a variety of screenings centred on the subject of fashion and film, giving Londoners, film and fashion enthusiasts the chance to watch a number of iconic movies in the heart of the capital. As well as the main Festival, there will be a number of warm up events leading up to the Festival and the opportunity to take part in master classes and discussions with some of the industry’s most well-known names and faces.

‘Finn’ will be shown some time between 1.00 pm and 5-45 pm on Wednesday 16th September. The full programme of films is available at the London Fashion Film Festival website. Please note, our film is listed as ‘Kids Don’t Belong in Factories’ in the running order.

The venue is The Aubin Cinema, 64 to 66 Redchurch Street, Shoreditch, London, E2 7DP
If you are interested in booking tickets, please visit www.lfff.co.uk