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Fabiola Beracasa Beckman


Producer, Diane von Furstenberg: Woman in Charge

Fabiola Beracasa Beckman is a documentarian, film and television producer, human rights activist, and philanthropist.  She is the founder of PARTICLE Projects, an independent multi-media company rooted in telling impactful stories and expanding culture to global audiences.  She is known for her contributions to the arts and fashion industries through consulting for designers and brands including Fendi, Mattel and Barbie, Brooklyn Museum, Mercado Global and the Latin American Fashion Summit (LAFS).

Diane von Furstenberg: Woman In Charge was conceived and produced by Beracasa Beckman and takes an unprecedented look at the non-stop life of this cultural luminary whose life exemplifies empowerment, resilience, entrepreneurship, and style.

Prior to this, in 2021, Beracasa Beckman executive produced Meat Me Halfway, a groundbreaking investigative feature documentary that explores the concept of reducing meat consumption and finding a middle ground to going completely plant-based.  In 2016, she produced the highly acclaimed fashion documentary The First Monday in May, which opened the Tribeca Festival that year and chronicles all the efforts that go into the creation of the Metropolitan Museum of Art’s most attended fashion exhibit in history and was directed by Andrew Rossi. Beracasa Beckman also produced Desert Dancer, a 2014 human rights film starring Freida Pinto about Afshin Ghaffarian, who risks everything to start a dance company amidst his home country of Iran’s politically volatile climate and the nation’s ban on dancing.

Beyond her producing work, Beracasa Beckman was a contributing editor for Interview Magazine and Architectural Digest. She also worked as a fashion editor and backstage correspondent for both ELLE and New York Magazine. As an ardent philanthropist, she currently sits on the Board of Directors for the Art Production Fund, is an advisor for the New York Academy of the Arts, and is an active board member for the Brooklyn Museum, where she consults on their philanthropic endeavors, both creative and cultural.