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FFFMilano for Education

For the third consecutive year, Fashion Film Festival Milano has collaborated with Accademia Costume & Moda to realize a fashion film project with the students of the Master’s course “Fashion Communication & Art Direction”.

Under the title “Toward a New Definition of Freedom between Fashion and Society”, the aim of this project was to raise a series of questions and provide perhaps some possible answers on how we experience freedom today, considering always the framework of fashion and lifestyle.

After an introductory session on the nature, uses and different genres of today’s fashion film, given by Constanza Etro, director of the Fashion Film Festival Milano, the students were supervised by Sara Sozzani Maino, Educational & Scouting Advisor, Vogue Italia, and Riccardo Conti, journalist and researcher, as project leaders of the course, to realize their own fashion film: from the creation of a storyboard, the shooting, the editing and the final fashion film presentation.

Seven groups of 21 students completed this challenging task under very constrained schedules as part of the industry project challenge.

Fashion Film Festival Milano and Accademia Costume & Moda will present the final projects of excellent quality at  Anteo Palazzo del Cinema on June 14. The students will be able to present their films on screen as an introduction of the documentary “Slay” and in the presence of fashion professionals and sustainability-related media.


Many thanks to the students of “Fashion Communication & Art Direction” for entrusting us with the presentation of their work:

“Cratere Creatura” by Carlotta Denegri, Giuliano Lingeri, Aurora Sapone;

“EYE_DENTITY” by Emma Asperti, Marilena Cimarrusti, Donald Ngo;

“GENERATION XTC” BY Andrea Melis, Salma Arif, Tommaso Faloci;

“Goldfish” by Eleonora Alberoni, Federica Colantonio, Rosalba Tedesco;

“Margherita” by Margherita Fracaros, Irene Lomellini, Laura Perrucci;

“Principessa” by Alessandro Amoruso, Robert Goia, Giorgia Remedi;

“Smoking Pink” by Roger Gurí, Elitsa Yanakieva, Susana Moreno.