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1st Annual Fashion for Film Showcase Model Call

The Grand Rapids Film Festival team is looking for models to be featured in our 1st Annual Fashion for Film Showcase, Thursday, April 10th at the Pyramid Scheme downtown Grand Rapids.

/Julia Perry

Date and Time

Saturday, March 22nd from 10 a.m.- 2 p.m.

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Inquiries please contact:

Jen Shaneberger

[email protected]

C: 616-717-004

 

MARCH 11, 2014 GRAND RAPIDS, MI--Calling all film and fashion gurus! The Grand Rapids Film Festival team is looking for models to be featured in our 1st Annual Fashion for Film Showcase, Thursday, April 10th at the Pyramid Scheme downtown Grand Rapids.

 

Join us on Saturday, March 22nd from 10 a.m.- 2 p.m. at the Woodbridge N. Ferris building on 17 Pearl St (Room 316). Please have your measurements ready and a portfolio on hand.  FOR LADIES: We are looking for size 8 models with similar measurements: Bust 35 - 35.5, Waist 26.5, Hips 36.5.

 

Fashion for Film is one of several components of the Grand Rapids Film Festival. This showcase will feature designs from the extremely talented students of Kendall College of Art and Design, created under the professional instruction of Film Costume Designer Bernadine Vida and Professor Lori Faulkner.

 

The show will be a unique spin-off of Grease, with unique elements thrown in the mix. To top it off the amazing looks, Cheeky Strut Salon and Spa will be styling hair and make-up for all selected models.

 

GRFF is a 501c3, with an annual event organized in part by representatives from the area filmmaking industry and regional institutions. A collaborative effort, GRFF is a community event which aims to strengthen relationships between regional film education institutions and those contribute to them. The competitions and educational components of the festival provide opportunities for students to network and learn new skills. Additionally, the festival brings audiences to downtown Grand Rapids, generating food and beverage revenue for area restaurants.

 

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