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After a Fashion began by following artist and designer, Nicole Marie Fuller, and anthropological documentarian, Sally Levi, as they came up with an experiment to see if Sally would have more fun if she dressed fun. This led to the social and cultural question: are we what we wear? In preparation for the experiment, the two opposite women expedition across the seven continents of the world to talk with designers, nudist, Muslims, Scotsmen and Eskimos, sizing up whether fashion determine identity or identity determine fashion. Revealing much deeper cultural and social issues, including ingrained prejudices. The two women question whether fashion has more of an overall negative effect on women, but also if it is contextually limiting to themselves. 'After a Fashion' breaks down stereotypes and thinks about the world of fashion from a less fashionable perspective.
Sally Levi is a filmmaker and producer as well as film faculty at the Maine Media Workshops. Currently, she is living and working in Lund, Sweden, where she is getting her Master’s degree from Lund University. Current project’s include: Hyperion Pictures feature Crawl; Domenica Scorsese’s film New England; and Kandis Erickson and Cameron Fay’s Summer Solstice. Recently, Sally was selected to participate as one of the Jeuens Talents filmmakers for the French government making a critically acclaimed comedic farce on being foreign in France. Prior to that, she produced and directed the award-winning historical drama Eaton’s Water for the Altadena Foothills Conservancy. Her feature film producing debut was Alice Brook’s Meta, starring Aaron Paul (Breaking Bad). Additional credits include: the PBS-NOVA/NHK-Japan television special Killer Subs in Pearl Harbor, for the Lone Wolf Documentary Group; Design Revolution on sustainable technology in rural Tanzania for the Massachusetts Institute of Technology’s International Development Design Summit; web commercials for the Obama Campaign for Change, Portland, Maine. Prior to that Sally was a commercial producer in Los Angeles. At present, Sally divides her time between Maine, Los Angeles, New York and Sweden. Sally’s alma mater is Art Center College of Design, Pasadena, CA.