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Fashion Film: The Violet Hour

by Amy de la Haye and Katerina Athanasopoulou on 5 November 2014

Collaborating with curator Amy de la Haye, film director and animator Katerina Athanasopoulou explores the transformative impact of World War I through the historical narrative of a tea gown from the archives of Brighton Museum.

Collaborating with curator Amy de la Haye, film director and animator Katerina Athanasopoulou explores the transformative impact of World War I through the historical narrative of a tea gown from the archives of Brighton Museum.

Curation:
Direction and Animation:
Fashion:
‘Suzanne’ Tea Gown (1914) with thanks to and permission from Anna Buruma, Liberty Archive and Alison Kenney, Westminster City Archives
Photography:
Nadia Papanikolaou
Score:
Jon Opsted
Cello:
Heidi Parsons
Research Assistance:
Martin Pel, Linda Mora
Special thanks to:
Katy Davies, Peter Hinkins, Ian Clark, Gary Thomas, Royal Pavilion & Museums, Brighton & Hove

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