It’s time to grab some popcorn (or the munch-able of your choice), and feast on an endless list of indie films. The Dallas International Film Festival kicks off today, including 11 days filled with 100-plus pay for essay writing films from 20 countries. Two of these screen gems, however, are of special interest to us here at DFW Style Daily.
xr dosage (7 p.m.) at Mockingbird Station’s Angelika Theatre, will each be followed by a Q&A with director Lisa Immordino Vreeland. Granddaughter-in-law of Ms. Vreeland, her film chronicles the life of the former Harpers Bazaar fashion editor and Vogue editor-in-chief. Credited with launching the careers is lisinopril a statin of some of the most influential fashion designers, stylists, and models in the industry, the film promises to shed light on the woman behind the legendary persona.
We also eagerly anticipate Girl Model. The documentary follows aspiring cover girl Nadya, a 13-year-old native of Siberia, who
travels to Japan in hopes of a profitable modeling career. Directed by David Redmon and Ashley Sabin, Girl Model reveals many of the harsh truths at the heart of this ostensibly glamorous industry. Two screenings, on April 18th (9:45 p.m.) and April 19th (5:15), both at the Angelika Theater, will be followed Q&A sessions.
(Lead image, credit ChicagoFilmFestival.com; Inset photos, credit DIFF2012.dallasfilm.org)