The Village Hat Shop supports young film makers, artists, and musicians through a variety of projects. Here you'll find videos and short films made possible through the exectutive production of VillageHatshop.com and the talents of aspiring young film makers. Our criteria for a grant was short and simple: "Hats" needs to show up somewhere in the work. We hope you enjoy these efforts. [We've added videos about our business or our hats that periodially show up on television.]
How Do I Detemine My Hat Size? by Village Hat Shop.
Animation by Matt Baker. Measuring for your head size is both an art and a science. This video will help you to figure out the right fit for your new hat.Read More
Anyone that watched the 2009 Academy Awards show, without a doubt knows that host Hugh Jackman stole the show! Here he is rehearsing for the big night in a Satin Collapsible Opera Top Hat that was purchased from the Village Hat Shop!Read More
Aaron Smallets interviews Fred Belinsky of Village Hat Shop on Episode 16 of Wealth TV's "What to Wear".Read More
Rotary Downs perform "Body of an Outlaw" from the album Chained to the Chariot.
After two successful videos with director Jonathan Evans, Rotary Downs are back at it with their most ambitious one yet for "Body of an Outlaw." It's a period piece set at the turn of the century, full of outlaws, shootouts, carnivals, preachers, sinners and the infamous Elmer McCurdy...Read More
An informative and interesting look into the making of a Stetson felt hat narrated by the voice of professional rodeo, Bob Tallman!
A must see for anyone interested in hats.Read More
Rotary Downs perform "Djinni Stomp" from the album Chained to the Chariot.
Rotary Downs team up with director Jonathan Evans for a second time to make a video that would include VillageHatShop.com's unparalleled collection of fezzes.Read More
Rotary Downs perform "B/W" from the album Chained to the Chariot.
Filmed on the streets of New Orleans in a 1971 Cadillac Deville, with band members James Marler, Zack Smith, Jason Rhein, Chris Colombo, and Matt Aguiluz. Also starring Danny Marin, Chris Lane, Reece Anderson, Robert Facio, Danielle Nelson, Trey Griggs, Aimee Weiss, Amanda Thompson, Sundy Garrison, Katie Anderson.Read More
Jon Gindick says "Sometimes a hat makes all the difference." This video makes the point.Read More
Vinyl Radio perform "To Say" from the album A Better Time Coming.
The Hat Walk is director Lenaea Bogue's musical romp through San Diego. Accompanied by the song "To Say" by San Diego band Vinyl Radio, actress Natalie Sigman serendipitously wanders into The Village Hat Shop in the San Diego neighborhood of Hillcrest, finds the right hat and makes her way about the town.Read More
The Lonely Hat by Elizabeth Ayiku.
The poignant social life of a porkpie hat. One can't help but watch this tender and humorous short film with a big smile for the entire 2 minutes that it runs.Read More
Animation by Ed Beals
Hailing from Halifax, NS, Canadian animator Ed Beals is an interesting figure, as demonstrated by the animation "Thing in my Hat", a silly sing-along-song he wrote based on a dream he had.Read More
VillageHatShop.com's Susan Lee presents hats for the 2007 spring/summer season for KUSI televison's Kristin Cusato.Read More
This video demonstrates the versatility of a crushable felt hat. Crushable felt hats are packable and more resilient to damage providing a longer life span for your headwear investment.Read More
Periodically, felt hats can become mis-shapen. In order to get your felt hat back up to snuff, you can use the wonderful power of steam!Read More
This video teaches you the proper method for cleaning your felt hats using a hat brush.Read More
Take a video tour of the largest hat store in the USA. The Village Hat Shop in Hillcrest is a must stop for hat aficionados visiting San Diego. If it goes on a head, you'll most likely find it here - including top brands like Stetson and Kangol as well as the world headquarters for Jaxon and sur la tête. This department store of hats includes Panamas, Women's Millinery, Westerns, Ballcaps, Flat Caps, Fine Felts, Historical and Theatrical Hats, Novelty and Fun hats, Outdoor Sun Protection Hats, etc.
Located at 3821 4th Avenue (between University and Robinson) in San DiegoRead More
This video shows you the step by step process of making a Panama Hat. Starting in the jungles of Ecuador where Toquilla Palm leaves are collected, boiled and bleached. They are then woven together to create the frame work for the hat. Artisans gather together on the streets of Cuenca where exporters select the finest hats - checking the quality of the weaving as well as the brim length. From there the hats are refined further, trimming the loose palm at the end of the brim, and washing before under going blocking which gives the hats a more familiar shape. Lastly we get a peek behind the scenes at the Signes factory for the finishing touch - attaching in the sweat and hat band. The video comes to a close with another satisfied customer at the Village Hat Shop in San Diego, California.
Check out our large selection of Panama hats at VillageHatShop.comRead More
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