The Berlin fashion Film Festival (BFFF) has released the full schedule for its fifth edition running from 2-3 June at Alte Teppichfabrik. Compared to last year, the event has doubled in size, now offering talks, panel discussions, case studies and masterclasses on topics ranging from Creating content for a multidimensional world to Learn from creative disciplines for better outcomes in a business and society.
This edition also sees the addition of Creative Speed Dating sessions, aimed at encouraging creatives from the fashion, film and advertising industries to work together. Filmmakers, productions companies, brands and advertising agencies will have the opportunity to speak one-on-one, presenting and listening to selected proposals and collaboration prospects.
The creative professionals taking part include Andy Lee, Senior Lecturer, Film Practice, at the London College of Fashion; Chris Byrne and Samuel Snider-Held, Global Partnership and Creative Tech Monks at Media Monks; Dirk Dobiéy, Co-founder of Age of Artists, Gesa Müller-Reinhardt, Founder of Gesas.Management and Jordan McGarry, Director of Curation, Vimeo among many others.
BFFF recognises, embraces, and rewards exceptional branded video content focused on style, beauty and lifestyle. With its latest edition, it is entering a more mature stage, offering more content, events and collaboration opportunities than ever before, while still keeping the experience very personal. BFFF is an event for anyone looking to work at a crossroad between fashion, film and advertising.
Tickets to Berlin fashion Film Festival are available online via bfff2016.eventbrite.de
The full programme is available online at berlinfashionfilmfestival.net/program
1. Cycle III, from the BFFF programme. Courtesy of the filmmaker and BFFF.