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THE DOCUMENTARY

We are thrilled to announce that Advanced Style The Documentary will be released in the US on September 26th. Stay tuned for showtimes and listings
http://www.advancedstylethemovie.com/

The Advanced Style DVD is now available with lots of bonus footage!!!
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For International screenings and info
http://advancedstylefilm.com/

NEW TRAILER from teenage peanut video productions on Vimeo.

75 comments:

Stickie Dawl said...

I can't wait to see this it's a must! So much to learn and see

Penny Bevill said...

FUN, fun, fun! I can't wait to see the full film. Love it!

Penny Bevill said...

FUN, fun, fun! I can't wait to see the full film! Love it!

Catherine Weiner said...

Wow, this is so beautiful. I love the blog, the wisdom from the women, and their individual style. I cannot wait to see the documentary - more art like this should be in the public forum.

Jimmy Hong said...

I can't wait to see the movie and have a DVD to keep watching it!!! <3
Thank you SO MUCH for doing this incredible work!

Jimmy Hong said...

Thank you SO MUCH to doing this amazing, incredible work!!
As a Korean it is hard for me to find amazing ladies like them around me. Because everyone wants to be same as everyone. So thank you so much I have learned and keep learning from you and beautiful ladies.
I cannot wait to see the movie and buy a DVD for myself to allow me to re-watch it anytime I want!!! <3

Amanda Tomasoa said...

I am a new fan of Tziporah. I am 47 years old and while being sick in bed I googled modern fashion for older women. And I found advanced style. What a gorgeous concept. Brilliant! I want the DVD too. And I am now inspired to never let style be stopped in my life.
Thank you for the making of the movie. Hopefully I will make it into it for your future ones. *winks*
Amanda Tomasoa

karen said...

This just makes me happy. Plain and simple.

Anonymous said...

Absolutely great. Congratulations to you, and bless kickstarter for opening your door.

Val said...

So inspiring I can't wait for the full film or to be at an age when I don't care what other people think of me anymore!

EllenB said...

This is so wonderful! I cannot wait for the film to be out. I love these women. I have worked in the fashion industry my entire career and at middle age you are unemployable. This really shows that age has no style limits. These ladies are the true icons of style - not the young girls who are all styled the same by stylists!

Claudia Cruz said...

Congratulations!!!!!! I love your project! :)

Claudia Cruz said...

Congratulations!!!!!! I love your project! :)

Denise said...

Holy cow, when is this coming out? This is such a progressive and political film. I know the filmmaker is a man, so is it possible he can understand the immediate impact this can have on the psyche of women? We are always--constantly--told how old and awful we are, how we need to stop wearing mini-skirts after 35, how nobody wants to see our disgusting bodies anymore, etc. etc. It's so depressing and sometimes hard to be happy, feel attractive, or even have fun! THANK YOU for this movie. It really makes a difference.

Angelica said...

Can't wait!!! I see myself in them, I'm 45 and I Loooove Fashion and Style. Good luck!

Anonymous said...

Wonderful, wonderful, wonderful!!One thing I felt that had been lost in the States is style..Thank you for bringing it to light I love it.

Nat said...

Wow this is amazing I hope to grow up just as happy and free spirited as you girls! Im going to show these clips to my nan to give her a little happy boost shes 89. Thankyou x

Rosanne said...

Just discovered your blog. I can't wait for this to come out also. My nan, who passed away quite a few years ago, always left the house in style - with spritz of Chanel and a box of Tic Tacs to boot.

Teepee310 said...

This is such an awesome concept. I am not into fashion myself but I am so into graceful aging with integrity and personality. These women are truly amazing and appear to be great role models for the baby boomers and future generations. I have some perfect candidates for future projects if you are in need of some incredible octagenearians or nonagenarians from Main Street, USA! Keep this concept alive! Thank you!

Latest Fashion And Style said...

You have such great style!

http://stylopoint.com

vithard said...

wow, I really hope this documentary comes to Europe...I've been dying to see it since I saw the trailer the first time

Dr. Cherie M. Stevens said...

Just heard about this on NPR. Love the photos, love the film triailers! Thank you for bringing smiles.

Anonymous said...

Love your blog! Thanks you. I love fashion and am 60 years old. It's wonderful to know there are people out there that understand and can appreciate women in all their stages of life. You are only as old as you feel and or think.

Anna Rose said...

Just heard your NPR spot! Thank you for giving these wild, wonderful, gorgeous women a voice! How heartening and encouraging it is to know that beauty isn't always just about age or your body type. THANK YOU!!!!

Anonymous said...

Wow. Ari Seth Cohen, you are as awesome as all of the inspired and inspiring women you have given me the chance to encounter in you long trailer. How inspiring and refreshing and so real. What incredible role models for living life to the fullest these women are. I cannot wait for your documentary. You breath new life into the expression "etre bien dans sa peau". Bravo.

Renee Sherrer said...

I LOVE LOVE LOVE this idea. I asked my younger boyfriend to buy the book for me for Christmas. It was my FAVORITE gift! I'm a 60-year old manager of a young/hip boutique and I'm showing those girls a thing or two. Many are SO afraid to look different. Guess that's a part of their lives, but NOT a part of mine! You GO ladies!!! I CANNOT wait to see the movie! Matter of fact, I'm throwing a party and taking all my friends to see it, en masse. Keep Stylin'!
Renee

Felt Happiness said...

I look forward to seeing this film!

As someone who (tries to) create wearable art hats, I love these women's personal style and philosophy!

My own 80 year old mother considers her clothing similar to the women in the trailer -- it IS her Art!

http://felthappiness.etsy.com

Anonymous said...

What an amazing idea!

I would love to see some women of color showcased as a part of this project... we need role models of all sorts.

Looking forward to this!

Anonymous said...

Hi kickstarter congratulations...I would like to participate in your next documentary...Best Regards,

Vera

Anonymous said...

Hi Ari i was wondering if i could have ur email address so i could contact you because i am doing a school project(newspaper article) on you and would like to know a bit more about you

C.J. Gelfand said...

I'm 75, an actor/playwright, and have cultivated my own style for years. Advanced Style is a breath of fresh air. I never dreamed that so many women of my age group felt so great about their later years. It's inspirational. I can't wait for the documentary.

C.J. Gelfand

Anonymous said...

As a woman who makes hats for women, I sooo appreciate your blog, book and your upcoming documentary. Thank you for sharing the video clips. I 've watch them over and over again- they always bring a smile to my face. www.tinakite.com
cheers! Tina Kite, Atlanta, GA

Stacey at Fearn Abbey Needleworks said...

This is sooo fabulous ~ all of it! I live in the far north of Scotland, where everything is dreary and drab, including the styles. But I'm from Florida, where everything is colorful and glorious. I try to maintain my Florida self even though I'm living in the land of grey. This blog / film / book have inspired me tremendously! Thank you so much!

CheetahCat44 said...

Love the long trailer. Please bring this film to Toronto ASAP!

Stanley Workman said...

Where were you when Art changed?

http://fetishfour.blogspot.com/

Latest Hot News said...

Really great site.

Rock of Eden said...

I noticed this was funded on kickstarter. Any updates if this was ever released?

Tepa said...

Ari-

I am trying to find a contact information for you. A German publication would like to publish a photo of yours. Please contact me at Alrun@Mac.com as soon as possible!

Many thanks -Alrun

Tepa said...

Ari-

A German publication would like to publish your photo. How can I contact you?? My email: alrun@mac.com.

Hope to hear from you today!!
Thanks -Alrun

Ana Lu Garro said...

I feel so inspired by this blog and specially with this movie trailer! :o I loved it! Thanks for making and sharing this. These amazing women just made my day even better... Happy Women's day! :)

Lu from Things&Crowns
www.thingsandcrowns.blogspot.mx

Royal Wang said...

Those ladies are really wowing me ,they are so inspirational and everyone should learn something from them,be ourselves and express ourselves.

Royal Wang

http://www.fashionculturediary.blogspot.it/

sepatu casual pria said...

i really inspirated with your style. i love it. thank you very much.

hary

Anna said...

Please, Paris dates!!!

Natalie Palmer said...

Ari- I just wanted to say I watched the documentary yesterday and it was so inspirational, I hope I have the same attitude as these women when I'm older. I completely admire the way they refuse to blend into the background.

Natalie x

http://thetalkingwardrobe.com

Jane Floyd said...

What wonderful examples of people who are, as Thoreau says, living deep and sucking the marrow out of life! I can't wait to get old and throw caution to the wind.

Jani J. said...

Thank You, Thank You, Ari and The Ladies. I am so looking forward to the film. In fact, cannot wait.
Does anyone know about US release dates??? As far as I can gather, it premiered in UK and Ireland, the DVD is only in European format and will not play on usual DVD machines here in the US... or maybe just not released yet anywhere? Anybody?

Geri said...

Same Question as Jani J. When can we get a US copy?

Ask The Nail Tech said...

Love This!Very inspiring for us on the other side of life and loving it! :) Can't wait to see it!

Maureen said...

Just got back from the cinema - it was freakin' fantastic and I cried buckets - my beloved was only one of two chaps in there. He liked it as well.

Andy Lyons-Burke said...

We saw this film today in the UK. It was great. Also gives you an inspiration to live your life to the best you can and be happy.
You should be very proud of your film and what you are doing for the awareness of the great women.

Ahmad Akbar said...

What a amazing concept. Just seen the trailer and it inspired me to do something for the old mothers and sisters here in Bangladesh.
We have started a Online Schooling for them for better degrees to live better for ever.
Would like to request Mothers/Sisters to visit my Online school.
All the suggestions and advise are highly appreciated.

MIS PAPELICOS Sacramento said...

When in Spain?

IshaƩ Adams said...

Hi I'm from England and I just saw this film today with my university, it was amazing! We laughed, we cried and were in total awe of these wonderful women. I am an aspiring fashion designer and have been so inspired to continue to push the "boundaries" of fashion. I want to now (more than ever) create wild and lavish designs that will grab the attention of all who see it. My new motto "luxury is quality" Thank you for inspiring me even more! xxx

Anonymous said...

I saw a preview for this last night. Really excited to see this!

Lilly Bing said...

Pity they put so much makeup, makes them look like old Drag Queens!!
The cloths and accessories look nice though...

Anonymous said...

Just saw it in Helsinki International Film Festival. Loved it! Thank You and bless all the lovely ladies! Inspiring.

Natalie Guanta said...

Just saw that the Advanced screening held in Sydney the Executive Producers were from a label that is generally for the young. Would of loved to be involved in some way as I have the OSKA shop just up the road in Paddington! Our clientele is for women over 50 embracing life and style to a tee. How does one become involved in these kind of events!

Anonymous said...

I went to see the movie on Saturday and loved it so much I went back on Sunday. I can't get enough of these women! They are sure of themselves and proud of who they are. I am, too, but without such flair. I am getting some ideas....

Anonymous said...

Just went to your movie, absolutely loved it. I am telling everyone I know! Great job!!!

Karen Sorota said...

I can't not wait to see this!! These women are inspiring and formidable. My own mother was a style icon, never wore the same outfit twice and dressed for herself. Gottex bathing attire, Nipon scarves, Charles Jordan shoes..her closes was my runway growing up in Miami Beach.

n2muzic said...

I am so glad you are doing this! What an inspiration. You have completely changed the way I view the aging process! It was a pleasure to meet you today in Orange County.

JudyAnne said...

Just today saw this documentary in Orange County, CA. I SO enjoyed it. Bless you Ari, for highlighting theses amazing ladies and allowing us to share in their joy of life! Bravo!

Karen Williams said...

I saw ADVANCED STYLE this past weekend in Provincetown. What a great empowering loving film tribute to style, aging with grace and panache, and creativity. Ari, you rock hard! Thank you! I am a native New Yorker who is now a famous lesbian comic. Check me out on Facebook!
Much love!
Karen Williams

Anonymous said...

This film changed my life. What a bunch of extraordinary women.

jual sepatu online said...

FUN, fun, fun! I can't wait to see the full film. Love it!

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Just saw it in Helsinki International Film Festival. Loved it! Thank You and bless all the lovely ladies! Inspiring.

Anonymous said...

hi, Ari, can you please email me (jas7lily@icloud.com) whether the documentary is still playing in NY and if so, where?

thank you

Argie Plakas said...

Ari-

You are so awesome! I was beyond inspired by this blog and by the documentary. Thank you for your vision and putting this out there and therefore shifting the paradigm.

Argie Plakas said...

Ari-

You are beyond awesome! Thank you for your amazing blog and the documentary. So inspiring. Thank you for putting this out there and changing the paradigm.

Tammy said...

hi, i just saw the documentary, i laughed, i smiled, i got tense and i cried. thank you, especially for putting elderly women in such a positive light, thank you, Tammy, Tel Aviv

SB said...

Ari I have watched your film twice now and I am in awe and inspired. Its about so many things for me and I plan to share it with the young ones in my life, who question their freedom to be who they are..this said to me..YES! Be You Always..
Thanks SO much! what a gift!

harga said...

I knew thats videos and I like that so much . I think thats documentary so nice and can makes me so inspired . thanks for share,,,

Jenn Stanfield said...

Hi Ari and Ladies,

I have known about Advanced Style for a while now and am a huge fan. As someone in the beauty and fashion community as well as a body image specialist I am thrilled that someone is finally noticing how incredible the older generation is when it comes to style, flair and fashion. So often our elders are "invisible" and it is a crime! These ladies lit up the screen as I was watching the documentary. They have presence and essence in photographs that no one under age 50 could ever dream of.

As a 30 year old with a deep appreciation of the beauty, grace and history our elders encapsulate I can't thank you enough for making this blog, for reaching out on social media (like youtube, ig and facebook) showing the younger generation how it is done and the older generations that they have got it going on!

We are all in this together!

Patrisha said...

Thank You Ari and now My beautiful inspirations, Ladies You are. I have been thinking about my own style as I age, a beautiful 58 and counting. Thank You for the lovely reminder that age is beauty when entered into with style

PaTrisha
December 2, 2014

patirolf said...

Thank you I loved your show

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