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Jeanne Du Barry

Jeanne du Barry with Maïwenn and Jürgen Doering

Costume Designer Jürgen Doering joins Fashion & Cinema's Joana Granero again, this time with director and lead actress Maïwenn, on this special preview of Jeanne du Barry to enlighten us about the work behind the creation of the film's costumes and Chanel's collaboration in the creation of the wardrobe for this refined woman who was ahead of her time.
Coco Chanel Unbuttoned: Photo Roger Schall © Collection Schall

Coco Chanel Unbuttoned with director Hannah Berryman

Coco Chanel Unbuttoned is a documentary exploring the ultimate fashion legend reflecting the story of the 20th century.

The screening of the film will be followed by a Q&A with the film director, Hannah Berryman, hosted by journalist and writer Davina Catt.

Credit: RMN – Photo Roger Schall © Collection Schall

Life Journeys: Janty Yates in Conversation

Costume Designer Janty Yates will joining us for an on-stage conversation with writer and curator Keith Lodwick about her magnificent career, which includes films like De-Lovely and Enemy at the Gates, as well as regular collaborations with Sir Ridley Scott, among which are Gladiator, House of Gucci and, most recently, Napoleon, for which she's currently nominated to the BAFTA and Costume Designers Guild Best Costume Awards.
La Vie De Chateau

A Matter of Resistance: Deneuve, French Feminity and Fashion

As part of Ciné Lumière's season "Happy Birthday Ms Deneuve" celebrating Catherine Deneuve's 80th birthday, Fashion & Cinema's Joana Granero will be introducing Jean-Paul Rappenau's A Matter of Resistance and talking about Deneuve's film star status, the role of fashion in it, her association with French femininity and her long-lasting relationship with Yves Saint Laurent in and outside film.
Sir Paul Smith

Paul Smith: Inspiration. Designing Fashion and Beyond

We are honoured to welcome Sir Paul Smith back to Ciné Lumière to talk about his career in fashion design and beyond.

How does Paul Smith work? Where does he draw inspiration from? He'll be talking to us about this and more!
The Remains Of The Day

The Remains of the Day: Q&A with Jenny Beavan and John Bright

On the 30th anniversary of The Remains of the Day, Costume Designer Jenny Beavan and John Bright, founder of Cosprop, will join us in a Q&A with Keith Lockwick to talk about the making of the film, creating its costumes and partnering on so many of the iconic Merchant Ivory productions.
Lindy Hemming

Life Journeys: Lindy Hemming in Conversation

In this very special on-stage occasion costume designer Lindy Hemming will be in conversation with writer, curator and historian Keith Lodwick to talk about her outstanding career, which started in the late 1970s and has won her several awards and includes films like Four Weddings and a Funeral, My Beautiful Laundrette, Casino Royale and Wonder Woman.
Fashion & Cinema

Jacqueline Durran and Sarah Greenwood In Conversation

Costume Designer Jacqueline Durran and Production Designer Sarah Greenwood have worked together on some of the most successful films of the modern era including the multi-award winning Atonement (2007), Anna Karenina (2012), Beauty and the Beast (2017) and the much acclaimed Barbie (2023). In discussion with Keith Lodwick, Jacqueline and Sarah will explore how they create the visual world of film through costume and production design.
Two For The Road

Mary Quant and Swinging London’s Fashion Revolution

Stephanie Wood, Co-Curator of the Victoria and Albert Museum's Mary Quant exhibition, and Julian Vogel, fashion insider and producer of the documentary Vidal Sassoon: The Movie, will join Fashion & Cinema's Joana Granero in a conversation about Mary Quant and other designers from the Swinging London scene as well as French designers like Courrèges and Paco Rabanne, their significance and their legacy.

The conversation will be followed by the screening of the film Two for the Road, where Audrey Hepburn’s wardrobe included clothing by Mary Quant, Ken Scott and Paco Rabanne.
Salvatore: Shoemaker Of Dreams

Salvatore: Shoemaker of Dreams with Scriptwriter Dana Thomas

Luca Guadagnino’s Salvatore: Shoemaker of Dreams is a documentary about the life, work and legacy of Salvatore Ferragamo.

The screening of the film will be followed by a Q&A with journalist, author and UK Vogue’s European Sustainability Editor Dana Thomas, scriptwriter of the film, and hosted by journalist and writer Davina Catt.
Alexandra Byrne

Life Journeys: Alexandra Byrne in Conversation

Alexandra Byrne, whose designs for film, television, theatre and even ballet have won her wide international recognition, will be in conversation with writer and curator Keith Lodwick to talk about her rich and intense career.

The Conversation will be followed by a screening of the film Elizabeth, which this year celebrates its 25th anniversary.
Anna Mary Scott Robbins

Life Journeys: Anna Mary Scott Robbins in Conversation

Anna Mary Scott Robbins, best known for her costumes for the Downton Abbey TV series and films, has enjoyed a very intense career that has won her several award nominations for her work. She will be joined by writer and curator Keith Lodwick to talk about her career, from Law School in Edinburgh to Downton Abbey and beyond.
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