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FILM GUIDE ARCHIVE FEATURE DOCUMENTARY

HOUSE OF Z

TFF 2017 Directed by Sandy Chronopoulos
FILM GUIDE ARCHIVE HOUSE OF Z [TFF 2017]
Zac Posen has become one the most recognizable faces in modern fashion with his truly unique aesthetic style. He is a force to be reckoned with whose talent shone through as early as childhood. However like any journey to great success it hasn't come without cost.

With unique access to Posen, his friends, family, and muses, and a wealth of personal photos and videos, Director Sandy Chronopoulos traces Posen’s career from its meteoric early rise as a fashion industry enfant terrible, through a surprising backlash against his success, and into his present reinvention as one of his industry’s most prominent figures at the head of one of its most respected brands. House of Z peeks past the glamour of the runway and the red carpet to show audiences a true portrait of Posen as both an artist and businessman.

—Mara Webster

After the Premiere Screening: A conversation with director Sandy Chronopoulos and the film’s subject Zac Posen. Moderated by Andre Leon Talley.
Interests
Female Director(s), Documentary, First Time Filmmaker
Zac Posen has become one the most recognizable faces in modern fashion with his truly unique aesthetic style. He is a force to be reckoned with whose talent shone through as early as childhood. However like any journey to great success it hasn't come without cost.

With unique access to Posen, his friends, family, and muses, and a wealth of personal photos and videos, Director Sandy Chronopoulos traces Posen’s career from its meteoric early rise as a fashion industry enfant terrible, through a surprising backlash against his success, and into his present reinvention as one of his industry’s most prominent figures at the head of one of its most respected brands. House of Z peeks past the glamour of the runway and the red carpet to show audiences a true portrait of Posen as both an artist and businessman.

—Mara Webster

After the Premiere Screening: A conversation with director Sandy Chronopoulos and the film’s subject Zac Posen. Moderated by Andre Leon Talley.
Film Information
Year: 2017
Length: 87 minutes
Language: English
Country: USA
Premiere: World
Cast & Credits
Director: Sandy Chronopoulos
Screenwriter: Sandy Chronopoulos
Cinematographer: Konrad Czystowski, Nadia Hallgren, Mark Klassen
Editor: Holle Singer, Madeleine Gavin
Composer: Eric Stamile
Producer: Jana Edelbaum, Rachel Cohen
Associate Producer: Carolyn Levine, Hilary Crowe
Co-Producer: Sherien Barsoum
Story by: Sandy Chronopoulos, Sherien Barsoum
Cast: Zac Posen, Naomi Campbell, Sean Diddy Combs aka Puff Daddy, André Leon Talley, Paz de la Huerta
Contacts

Press Contact
Claire Kelleher Colletti
ID PR
New York, NY 10005
Phone: 646 723 3820
ccolletti@id-pr.com

US Sales Contact
Laura Rister
Untitled Entertainment
Beverly Hillds, CA 90212
Phone: 310 601 2107
rister@untitledent.com

US Sales Contact
Hailey Wierengo
UTA
Beverly Hills, CA 90210
Phone: 310 273 6700
WierengoH@unitedtalent.com

Print Source
Carolyn Levine
Ideal Partners
New York, 10019
Phone: 212 396 9209
idealpartnersc@gmail.com

International Sales Contact
Rachel Cohen
iDeal Partners
New York, NY 10019
Phone: 212 396 9209
idealpartnersr@mac.com

International Sales Contact
Jana Edelbaum
iDeal Partners
New York, NY 10019
Phone: 212 396 9209
idealpartnersj@mac.com

Special Note

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About the Director(s)
Sandy Chronopoulos is a documentary filmmaker and television producer living in Toronto, Canada. House of Z is her directorial debut. A journalism graduate, Chronopoulos’ love of storytelling, fierce curiosity and tenacity were cultivated producing hard news for nearly a decade. Her 2012 television documentary Project Runway Spotlight: Marchesa was recognized by the New York Festivals for Best Direction.

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