This weekend at the Venice Film Festival, Miu Miu showcased four short films as part of its unique ‘Women’s’ Tales‘ series. The Italian fashion house commissioned four female directors, all with their own very individual and diverse cinematic viewpoints, to portray their interpretation of the brand. Debuting earlier this year with ‘The Powder Room‘ by Zoe Cassavetes earlier this year, followed by ‘Muta‘ by Lucrecia Martel and Giada Colagrande‘s ‘The Woman Dress‘, and finally, debuting at the film festival, ‘It’s Getting Late‘ by Massy Tafjedin.
Miu Miu clothing, sunglasses and accessories enswathe the all-female casts (natch!) which include Gemma Arterton, Patricia Clarkson and Aubrey Plaza, to name a few. From the luxurious and quintessentially British surroundings of London’s Claridges Hotel, the confines of a mysterious ship at sea to the glamour of LA, the four films were shown to such critical acclaim, that Miu Miu have announced that they will continue to commission more Women’s Tales films.
To watch all four films, head to the Miu Miu website where you can also catch behind-the-scenes footage and exclusive interviews.
In the meantime, take a look at It’s Getting Late, the story of a film editor and high powered executive mum bathing her daughter before they both go about their days.