"Dressed For Protest: The Women's March & Beyond"
In Association with The Women's March on Washington - NYC & Glamour
A film by Noir Tribe
Directed by Amber Moelter
Director of Photography Luis Barreto Carrillo
-Marisol Arteaga (Fashion Designer)
-Damarius Pernell (Founder/CEO, JBC Luxury Leather Goods)
-Jack Sauma (Founder, MOOD Designer Fabrics)
-Sharon Nuñez (General Manager, MOOD Designer Fabrics)
-Brenda Polanco (Executive Assistant & Closeout Buyer, MOOD Designer Fabrics)
-Rain Dove (Androgynous model/activist)
-Solange Franklin Reed (Fashion Editor & Stylist)
-Amani Al-Khatahtbeh (founder and editor-in-chief of MuslimGirl.com)
-Roxanne Jackson (NASTY WOMEN Art Exhibition Co-Organizer) & Lauren Weiss (Social Media of Women’s March NYC Branch)
-Sherie Helstein (retired citizen)
-Ariele Elia (Fashion Curator)
"Bread and Roses" & "We Shall Not Be Moved" sung by WMW-NYC Volunteer Choir
"Quiet" by MILCK
Featured in Glamour article: "Following the Women's Marches, Fashion Has Become a Dominant Tool For Protest"
Also see the documentary on Glamour:
ABOUT THE FILMMAKERS:
Noir Tribe is a Brooklyn-based storytelling duo (Amber Moelter and Luis Barreto Carrillo) with a special interest in sustainable and transparent brands. Their fashion documentary Peyote Dreams won Best Documentary at the International Fashion Film Awards and Miami Fashion Film Festival. It was also nominated for Best Documentary at the London Fashion Film Awards and the Australian International Fashion Film Festival and screened at the Mexico Fashion Film Festival. (watch "Peyote Dreams" here: vimeo.com/107658539)
Their work has been seen on Vogue Italia, Vogue Mexico, Elle Mexico, NYLON Español, and Harper’s Bazaar Bulgaria, and Harper’s Bazaar Brasil. Clients include The Museum at FIT, Alon Livne, Queen of the Night, Ricardo Seco, and Polite. Their fashion films have appeared at fashion film festivals in Cape Town, Berlin, Miami, La Jolla, Canada, Australia, Medellín, Lahore, Santiago, and Mexico.
Most recently the first two episodes of their fashion documentary ETHETICS (ethics+aesthetics) premiered at the BAFTA-Qualifying Aesthetica Short Film Festival and premiered online at Vogue Italia and are official selections of New York Fashion Film Festival, Mexico Fashion Film Festival, and Mercedes-Benz Bokeh South African Fashion Film Festival, where the films are nominated for Best Documentary, Best Cinematography and Best Fashion. ETHETICS is in partnership with the ITC's Ethical Fashion Initiative - a flagship program of the World Trade Organization and the United Nations. (ethetics.com)