Ms Fisher takes Melbourne Fashion Week!
Step out of lockdown in style! Join Melbourne's fashionistas to enjoy a celebration of 60’s fashion at Two Fashionable Ms Fisher's Modern Murder Mysteries Events:
FREE EVENT | 15 Nov - 3 Dec | Open Daily 9am - 5pm | Collins Place
As part of the 2021 Melbourne Fashion Week, we invite you to attend the Ms Fisher's Modern Murder Mysteries Exhibition. Jet yourself back to the swinging 60's with a costume exhibition showcasing the fashion, hair and make up and production design from the hit television series Ms Fisher’s Modern Murder Mysteries. Visitors will get access to the behind-the-scenes world of TV making, and what goes into recreating the iconic fashion, hair and make up from the period. The Exhibition will feature over a dozen costumes designed by Penny Dickinson.
Meet the Makers Q&A + Screening at The Capitol
FREE EVENT | 6pm, Wed 17 Nov 2021 | The Capitol 113 Swanston Street Melbourne
The Capitol, RMIT School of Media and Communication and Every Cloud Productions will also host a special event-screening and in-conversation about how the Miss Fisher universe was created and how you develop a franchise as successful as the phenomenal spin-off series, Ms Fisher’s Modern Murder Mysteries.
The evening will commence with a screening of Ms Fisher’s Modern Murder Mysteries Season 2, Episode 1 and an exclusive “Making of” featurette with the show’s Heads of Departments, covering costume design, hair & make up and production design.
Hosted by Lisa French, Dean, School of Media and Communication, RMIT, the post-screening conversation invites Ms Fisher’s Co-Creator and Executive Producer and RMIT Adjunct Professor, Fiona Eagger; Producer Beth Frey; Catherine McClements, one of Australia’s most accomplished actresses who plays Birdie Birnside in series, Costume Designer Penny Dickinson, Hair & Make Up Designer Lynn Wheeler and UK and Australian TV writer Peter Mattessi, who was also Co-Executive Producer on the series. Additional Heads of Department guests to be announced closer to the screening.
The conversation will explore what goes on below-the-line and behind-the-scenes and dissect how various areas of expertise such as costume design, hair and make-up, location scouting, producing and licensing - work collaboratively to create the world of Ms Fisher. We'll also look at how the authenticity of the series was enriched and inspired by Melbourne's wonderful period architecture.
Guests are invited to attend the Ms Fisher’s Modern Murder Mysteries costume exhibition on the day of the screening. A curated walk through of the exhibition will take place at 5pm on the day of the screening, and will offer fans, students and industry guests the opportunity to view the Ms Fisher’s Modern costumes up close.
Miss Fisher fans will be out in force for this event but the behind-the-scenes insights from the screening and exhibition will offer general audience appeal. Individuals who are drawn to a screen career will have an opportunity to gain a perspective on how creatives and crew work together to achieve the vision of the show.
Watch the series trailer here. Ms Fisher's Modern Murder Mysteries is rated PG.
COSTUME EXHIBITION PRESENTED BY EVERY CLOUD PRODUCTIONS
WITH PRINCIPAL PARTNER FILM VICTORIA, IN CONJUNCTION WITH MELBOURNE FASHION WEEK,
THE CITY OF MELBOURNE, AMP CAPITAL AND COLLINS PLACE.
Inspired by Miss Fisher’s Murder Mysteries, the TV series based on the Phryne Fisher mystery books by Kerry Greenwood.
Production credit: Ms Fisher’s Modern Murder Mysteries is an Acorn TV Original Series produced by Every Cloud Productions. Principal production investment from Screen Australia in association with Film Victoria, Acorn Media Enterprises, All3media International and Fulcrum Media Finance. Inspired by "Miss Fisher's Murder Mysteries", the TV series based on the Phryne Fisher Mystery Books by Kerry Greenwood.