Wednesday, December 6th, 7pm
First Presbyterian Church
50 Liberty Street
Beacon residents Amber Moelter and Luis Barreto Carrillo will discuss their documentaries ETHETICS, ETHETICS EPISODE 2 and DRESSED FOR PROTEST. TRUE COST, Andrew Morgan’s film, will also be screened. This documentary is an unprecedented project that invites us on an eye-opening journey into the lives of the many people and places behind our clothes.
Noir Tribe is a New York storytelling studio that creates visual content for the fashion industries, with a special interest in sustainability and social responsibility, founded by Amber Moelter and Luis Barreto Carrillo. Their work has been featured on Vogue Italia, Vogue México, ELLE México, NYLON Español, Harper’s Bazaar Bulgaria, Harper’s Bazaar Brasil, and Glamour. Clients include The Museum at FIT, The Women’s March on Washington, Inexmoda, Polite, Ricardo Seco, and Autumn Adeigbo. (more info)
The event is free, but we will be accepting donations for the Beacon Arts and Education Foundation.