Mar 30, 2011
By Ella Hudson
Beginning April 15th and running through May 2nd at New York’s Museum of the Moving Image, the Fashion in Film Festival will explore “costume as a form of cinematic spectacle throughout European and American cinema” by screening a series of historical films that are notable for their costume design. This year’s screenings will range from underground films by Kenneth Anger, Jack Smith, Jose Rodriguez-Soltero, Steven Arnold, and James Bidgood to favorites, such as Cecil B. DeMille’s Male and Female and Erich von Stroheim’s Merry Widow. Talks, film introductions and seminars at the Museum of the Moving Image and The Graduate Center, CUNY will also take place as part of the festival. To see a complete list of events, click here.
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