Now the beauty and transcendent art of fashion film becomes a bigger picture.
With the increasing worldwide awareness of ethical labor issues, environmental and sustainability concerns, and indigenous and native artisan communities, fashion film is an important new and emerging platform for expression and discussion.
Join two of the pioneers in this emerging film genre when La Jolla holds the world’s first forum on how to integrate social action into your fashion films.
Paloma Diaz Soloaga is a professor and scholarly researcher at Complutense University in Madrid, Spain. Paloma is one of world’s foremost published authors on fashion film and its cultural importance. She will present how fashion film is evolving into a social action platform and how you can be part of this emerging force for global good.
Tsailii Rogers, the only Native American director/producer working in the fashion film space, will present how her Silent T Production company leverages their resources to help underserved storytellers bring their visions to life. Find out how her production company educates, inspires, and empowers the dynamic audience they serve, while building a sustainable business model.
The social action forum will start with two presentations, followed by two breakout groups where you can personally engage the speakers with your questions and comments.
In addition, there will be a signup and listing board to help you find international collaborators for your project!
Saturday afternoon in the main ballroom area.
Questions? Contact festival producer Fred Sweet at: FredSweet@LJFFF.com