Indira Cesarine’s short film “Second Circle” premiered at La Jolla Film Festival at the Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego in 2012.

The 2012 La Jolla Film Festival included short films from directors including Indira Cesarine, Karl Lagerfeld, Bruce Weber, and Luca Finotti, among others. Cesarine’s short film, “Second Circle,” which was produced for the Fall/Winter 2012 issue of The Untitled Magazine dedicated to the theme of “Cinema,” premiered on Friday, July 27th at the museum’s cinema. She also joined Marius Troy as a panel speaker on “Leaders in Transmedia Fashion” at the festival. The La Jolla Fashion Film Festival is the first international fashion film festival founded in North America, bringing together over a hundred short films. The 2012 festival marked the largest gathering of fashion film professionals at that time in history, and each year the festival breaks records. The festival was held from July 26 – 28, and screening over twenty short films each night in the theater at the Museum.

Second Circle Credits:

Directed by Indira Cesarine
Featuring Jack Guinness, Tatjana Saric, Laura Paine, Lindsay Sullivan
Cinematography by Indira Cesarine & Brian Fawcett
Editing by Bernice Gonzalez and Indira Cesarine
Music by Nicholas Neidhardt
Makeup by P Miletto
Hair by Elliot Bssila
Women’s Fashion styling by Indira Cesarine
Jack Guinness’ wardrobe by Charles Adesanya
Featured designers: Alice Palmer, Ashley Isham, Bernard Chandran, Corrie Neilsen, Dans La Vie, Euphoric, Francesca Marotta, Georgia Hardinge, Inbar Spector, Jaspar Garvida, Kristian Aandevik, Little Shilpa, Luisa Beccaria, Pam Hogg, Pedro Garcia, Victoria Grant
Special thanks to the Curtis Family for Ogbury House

Second Circle was inspired by the time-transcending film “Orlando” and verses from the book Dante’s Inferno. It presents a journey into another time and place in which a man is confronted by his morality as he descends metaphorically into the ‘circle of lust’ as described in Dante’s Inferno. The allegory of life and love features actor Jack Guinness along with Laura Paine, Tatjana Saric, and Lindsey Sullivan.