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1h 16m 1995

Brief Synopsis

An effervescent look at the fashion world as seen through the eyes of internationally renowned designer Isaac Mizrahi. Film chronicles the evolution of Mizrahi's fall 1994 collection, from his early moments of inspiration (blending elements from "Nanook of the North" and TV's Mary Richards) and culm

Film Details

MPAA Rating
R
Genre
Documentary
Release Date
1995
Distribution Company
MIRAMAX
Location
New York City, New York, USA

Technical Specs

Duration
1h 16m

Synopsis

An effervescent look at the fashion world as seen through the eyes of internationally renowned designer Isaac Mizrahi. Film chronicles the evolution of Mizrahi's fall 1994 collection, from his early moments of inspiration (blending elements from "Nanook of the North" and TV's Mary Richards) and culminating in an inspired act of showmanship on the runway in New York's Bryant Park.

Film Details

MPAA Rating
R
Genre
Documentary
Release Date
1995
Distribution Company
MIRAMAX
Location
New York City, New York, USA

Technical Specs

Duration
1h 16m

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Trivia

Miscellaneous Notes

Shown at Venice Film Festival August 30 - September 9, 1995.

The first film produced by Hachette Filipacchi Productions, a division of Hachette Filipacchi Magazines, which publishes magazines including "Elle" and "Woman's Day." Hachette Filipacchi Productions was formed in 1994 to develop motion pictures and programming for television, video, and new media.

Feature directorial debut for fashion photographer Douglas Keeve.

Released in United States 1995 (Shown at Seattle International Film Festival May 18 - June 11, 1995.)

Released in United States 1995 (Shown at Venice Film Festival August 30 - September 9, 1995.)

Released in United States on Video February 20, 1996

Released in United States July 1995 (Shown at OUTFEST '95: The Los Angeles Gay & Lesbian Film Festival July 6-16, 1995.)

Released in United States Summer August 4, 1995

Expanded Release in United States August 11, 1995

Expanded Release in United States August 18, 1995

Expanded Release in United States August 25, 1995

Expanded Release in United States September 1, 1995

Co-winner, along with Heather MacDonald's "Ballot Measure 9" (USA/1994), of the Audience Award in the documentary category at the 1995 Sundance Film Festival.

Paul Heredia won the 1995 Eddie Award for Best Edited Documentary Film from the American Cinema Editors (ACE).

Expanded Release in United States August 11, 1995

Expanded Release in United States August 18, 1995

Expanded Release in United States August 25, 1995

Expanded Release in United States September 1, 1995

Released in United States 1995

Released in United States January 1995

Released in United States July 1995

Released in United States on Video February 20, 1996

Released in United States Summer August 4, 1995

Shown at OUTFEST '95: The Los Angeles Gay & Lesbian Film Festival July 6-16, 1995.

Shown at Seattle International Film Festival May 18 - June 11, 1995.

Released in United States January 1995 (Shown at Sundance Film Festival (in competition) in Park City, Utah January 19-29, 1995.)