The Fashion in Film Festival was founded in 2006 by Marketa Uhlirova, Roger K. Burton and Christel Tsilibaris, and has since continued to grow its reputation and international profile, establishing itself as the leading festival of its kind.

Its highlight is a biennial festival season in London, with a touring schedule which has in the past included Museum of the Moving Image in New York, the Arnolfini in Bristol, The Danish Film Institute in Copenhagen, Kino Svetozor in Prague and Mode Biennale in Arnhem.

Through its publication work, website and collaborations on film seasons, conferences and exhibitions, FFF offers vital resources for the study of fashion and costume design in the moving image. Having successfully run five editions in the UK, and four in the US, the festival has grown in size and scope, gaining major support from critics as well as key industry and academic figures.

We have maintained partnerships with some of the world’s most prestigious arts venues (Tate Modern, Victoria and Albert Museum, BFI Southbank, Barbican) and education organisations (Yale University, CUNY, University of Chicago).

Our festivals have been featured and profiled in The Guardian, The Independent, New York Times, El Pais, Time Out, Sight and Sound, SHOWstudio, US Vogue, Women’s Wear Daily, Harper’s Bazaar, So-en, AnOther, Dazed, Wonderland, Fashion Theory, and many others.