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The September Issue Details

FULL SYNOPSIS

Vogue has been the most powerful and best-respected fashion magazine in the world for decades, and each year the journal devotes a fall issue to the designs and designers that the editors feel will be influential in the coming year. The September 2007 issue of Vogue, that year's annual Fall Fashion issue, became the biggest single issue in the magazine's long history, and filmmaker [[Performer~P204258~R.J. Cutler~rjcutler]] was given unprecedented access to Vogue's creative team as the issue was being prepared. The September Issue is a documentary which focuses on Vogue editor [[Performer~P437423~Anna Wintour~annawintour]] as she visits the annual Fashion Week shows, accepts or dismisses the latest creations of the biggest names in fashion, works with the models, photographers, and writers who help bring her vision to the page, and labors with her staff to determine what the world's fashionistas will be wearing for the next 12 months. The September Issue received its world premiere at the 2009 Sundance Film Festival, where it received an award for excellence in documentary cinematography. ~ Mark Deming, Rovi

  • Release date:August 28, 2009

Crew

R.J. Cutler
Director
Sadia Shepard
Producer
Eliza Hindmarch
Producer
R.J. Cutler
Producer
Robert Richman
Cinematographer
Margaret Yen
Musical Direction/Supervision
Craig Richey
Composer (Music Score)
Azin Samari
Editor
Jenny Lee
Art Director
Gareth Smith
Art Director
Mary Lisio
Co-producer
Robert Sharenow
Executive Producer
Robert DeBitetto
Executive Producer
R.J. Cutler
Executive Producer
Molly Thompson
Executive Producer
Edward O'Connor
Sound/Sound Designer
Romain Staropoli
Production Manager
Giuseppe Cioccarelli
Production Manager
Jorge Menna
Production Manager
Nathan Rotmensz
Post Production Producer
Alison Ellwood
Consulting Producer
Ali Grossman
Additional Editing
Craig Richey
Music Producer
Lauren Sherman
Line Producer
Lyle Gamm
Consulting Producer
Lori Hawkins
Still Photographer
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