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“When Ethics Meets Aesthetics” – Athens Fashion Film Festival 2020

January 24, 2020
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ATHENS – Following its premiere at the Athens Concert Hall last year, the Athens Fashion Film Festival will this year be held at the recently renovated Amphitheatre of the Athens Technopolis in Gazi on February 14-16, in a three-day event full of beauty, art and innovation.

Under the heading “When ethics meets aesthetics”, this year’s programme includes more than 100 fashion films and documentaries, a competition section (the best films are awarded by the festival’s jury of 11 members this year), special features, thematic panels and masterclasses, aiming to provide the Greek and international public with a comprehensive view of the latest trends and ideas that dominate cinema, fashion, art and the environment, as well as identify and explore the relationship between these two exciting industries, fashion and cinema.

A meeting of distinguished professionals in the field of fashion and cinema, the festival is an independent event in constant dialogue and collaboration with the network of Fashion Film Festivals worldwide, which has reached more than 40 countries around the world.

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