Fashion On Film is the culmination of a project to bring various art forms together in celebration of local and international Fashion art.
The program combines short films on fashion (music videos, animation, documentaries) with a live fashion showcase and regional fashion exhibit. Join hundreds of craftspeople, artists and industry people together for a world-class celebration of fashion. Offered by the California Film Foundation, in partnership with California and world Fashionistas, this eye-popping program seeks the most amazing visual artists to showcase their films about or inspired by fashion.
Top prize is $1,000.00 US
All films submitted will forever be useable by California Film Foundation, Sacramento Film Festival, or our designees to promote Fashion On Film and our organization's activities.
Film makers are encouraged to submit any work of fiction or a documentary. films are judged on their relevance to the fashion industry and/or ability to promote fashion.
The Project: Create a short film on an aspect of Fashion. This could be any format (music video, documentary, narrative etc.) but must have a fashion component. Filmmakers are encouraged to join us at https://californiafilm.net/directory/fashion-on-film for wider networking.
Find your own subject or contact CFF to find one. CFF can introduce potential film teams who wish help to fashion talent to create a compelling film to screen.
Final Submission Deadline: February 1st
1. Each team will have one “producer” legally responsible for film's content. Producer is the sole owner of said film, and as such, solely able to make this agreement. Producer also stipulates that all necessary clearances, licenses and permissions have been secured.
2. Finished films may be a maximum of 6 minutes in duration including ALL credits. End Credits may not exceed 30 seconds in length <NO ACCEPTIONS>. The finished film must have two channel stereo audio and in 16x9 aspect ratio.
3. Please provide a private Youtube or Vimeo downloadable link with any necessary passwords.
4. By submitting The producer is in agreement to all rules listed to be considered for the project.
5. Organizers may refuse any film that can be considered pornographic or that depicts graphic sex and/or violence.
6. Films made specifically for this program should include the following statement: "Made as part of the Fashion On Film program of the California Film Foundation".
7. Films will be forever usable by the California Film Foundation, the Sacramento International Film Festival, and it's designees either all or in part for any activities including marketing, sales, and exhibition. QUESTIONS: 916.524.5138