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#274: Kosmorama på catwalken / English 

Kosmorama har iført sig haute couture-gevandter, for det er Copenhagen Fashion Week i denne uge, og i Kødbyen åbner Copenhagen Fashion Film Festival. Vi publicerer tre artikler om det filmfænomen, der går under betegnelsen ’fashion film’.

Understanding Fashion Film, Form and Genre
Hvad 'fashion film' er for en størrelse, hvordan begrebet kan begribes og med hvilken filmhistorisk baggrund er emnet for Jakob Ion Willes artikel.
A Blue Rose Case: David Lynch’s "Lady Blue Shanghai" for Dior
Store instruktører lægger med deres fashion film både navn og filmisk univers til profileringen af ansete internationale modehuse. Se og læs om David Lynch’s Dior-film Lady Blue Shanghai, som Josette Wolthuis analyserer.
Miu Miu’s "Women's Tales" - a fashion film celebration of art and females
Fashion film kan andet og mere end blot at reklamere for dyre brands. På modehuset Pradas website ’Women’s Tales’ boltrer kvindelige filminstruktører sig med kortfilm, som både promoverer kvinder i film og Pradas frække lillesøster-brand Miu Miu. Stina Resting belyser fænomenet.
Video: Women’s Tales #2: Muta (2011)
by Lucrecia Martel.


 

Læs artiklen om Women's Tales 
i det nye Kosmorama

Jakob Ion Wille og Stina Resting var medredaktører på dette nummer af Kosmorama.

#274: Kosmorama on the catwalk

Dressed in haute couture garments, Kosmorama marks the opening of Copenhagen Fashion Week and Copenhagen Fashion Film Festival with this issue on fashion film.

Understanding Fashion Film, Form and Genre
Jakob Ion Wille maps the generic and formal qualities of the fashion film in his article.
A Blue Rose Case: David Lynch’s "Lady Blue Shanghai" for Dior
Acclaimed directors lending their fame and signature style to the promotion of exclusive fashion brands is a staple of the fashion film. Josette Wolthuis takes aim at David Lynch’s approach in her article.
Miu Miu’s "Women's Tales" - a fashion film celebration of art and females
Fashion film combines art and advertisement, and – in some cases – an ideological agenda. Stina Resting analyses how the prestigious Italian brand Prada promotes women filmmakers and a feminist agenda with fashion films on their website.
Video: Women’s Tales #2: Muta (2011)
by Lucrecia Martel.


 

Read the article on Women's Tales 
in Kosmorama

Jakob Ion Wille and Stina Resting co-edited this issue of Kosmorama.

You can find all the Kosmorama articles in English here:
Kosmorama/English/Articles
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