ASVOFF

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ASVOFF
ASVOFF- A Shaded View On Fashion Film.jpg
William Klein and Rossy de Palma and Diane Pernet ASVOFF 5.jpg
photographer William Klein,
actress Rossy de Palma and
festival founder Diane Pernet at
ASVOFF 5, 2012
FoundedSeptember 2008
Founded byDiane Pernet
Websitewww.asvoff.com

ASVOFF, or A Shaded View on Fashion Film, is a fashion film festival founded by journalist Diane Pernet. Since its 2008 debut at the Jeu de Paume National Gallery, it is a three-day festival event showcasing feature films, documentaries, conferences, performances and installations. Participants thus far have included the likes of Mike Figgis, Alejandro Jodorowsky, Erwin Olaf, Nobuyoshi Araki, WIng Shya, Steven Klein, Chris Cunningham, Chloë Sevigny, Ruth Hogben, Georgie Greville, Elisha Smith-Leverock, Waris Ahluwalla, Maison Yves Saint Laurent, Nick Knight, Johan Renck, Jerry Schatzberg, William Klein, Tim Yip, Larry Clark, Ellen Von Unwerth, Bruce Weber, Inez van Lamsweerde and Vinoodh Matadin, Indrani, Rossy de Palma and Michael Nyman.

The festival's main venue, save for one year where it was hosted in Nu Boyana Film Studios, its main venue has been in Paris, but since its beginnings, it participates in fashion movements and events the world over, hosted by institutions such as the Bilbao Guggenheim museum, Milan's Palazzo Morando, and the New York Scope art fair. It also has enjoyed the support of sponsors such as Italian Vogue, Bulgari, Kering and Dom Perignon.[1]

Founder[edit]

Diane Pernet's first degree was in documentary film making at Temple University,[2] and she has been making small low-fi movies for years. She also worked as a costume designer for, amongst others, director Amos Gitai. So the founder of ASVOFF knows how important fashion is in a film.[3]

History[edit]

Mark Eley of Eley Kishimoto commissioned her to make a road movie for the launch of his new menswear line.[4] It was a short film that documented his participation in the GUMBALL 3000 which was a car race that went from London to Monte Carlo. The 18-minute film was called The Adventure of Pleasure.[5]

She showed the film to Dino Dinco, her Los Angeles collaborator at the time, and he asked her if she wanted to screen it in Los Angeles. A day later EGR (Enrique Gonzalez Rangel), her Mexico City contributor, sent her a fashion film that he made, and Pernet posted it on her blog. The idea to create a travelling fashion film festival had been on the back burner for years before Pernet showed Adventure of Pleasure to Dinco. The name "You Wear It Well" was based on a Rod Stewart song. The first fashion film festival, "You Wear It Well", launched in August 2006, premiering in Los Angeles at Cinespace. Dinco and Pernet arranged a second edition of "You Wear It Well" in 2007.[6][7]

Besides the work of Diane Pernet and EGR, You Wear It Well featured video creations from Maison Martin Margiela, Nick Knight/Alexander McQueen, Jeremy Scott, Bernhard Willhelm, Marcelo Krasilcic, Jean-Charles de Castelbajac, NOKI and Ruben Toledo.[8]

In November 2007 Diane Pernet also co-curated the NOOVO fashion and photography festival in Santiago de Compostela. "You Wear It Well" was dissolved in 2007 when Pernet with the support of her current producer, David Herman, took the festival from a one-day program to a three-day program and to make it an extension of the ASVOF blog, hence the name ASVOFF (A Shaded View on Fashion Film). In September 2008, ASVOFF was launched in Paris at Jeu de Paume.[9]

ASVOFF Association[edit]

In December, 2013 ASVOFF became an association with the following members: president-Emmanuel Asmar, vice president, founder and director – Diane Pernet, secretary – David Herman and treasurer – Fabrice Rebois and Jason Last.

Future[edit]

Pernet wants ASVOFF to be an extension of other film festivals around the world. That would be a way to promote new filmmakers just like she has done for new designers with her blog.[citation needed]

ASVOFF Venues[edit]

ASVOFF festival venues (click to enlarge)

Besides its annual festival in Paris in September, ASVOFF has other projects around the world.

Other places on the ASVOFF list:[54]

Main Venues

  • 2008 – Paris, premiere at the Jeu de Paume museum[55]
  • 2009 – Paris Passage du Désir, Awards ceremony at the Centre Georges Pompidou
  • 2010–2011 – Paris Centre Georges Pompidou, Passage du Désir
  • 2012–2015 – Paris Centre Georges Pompidou[56]
  • 2016–2017 – Cannes la Croisette[13]
  • 2018 – Paris Club de l'Etoile[14]


Satellite Venues

  • 2014 – Łódź, LODZ Fashion Philosophy Week[46]
  • 2014 – Antwerp, with MoMu at MUSE[40]
  • 2014 – Mexico City, with Trendsétera, Museo Franz Mayer[37]
  • 2014 – Paris, in collaboration with Champs-Élysées Film Festival[17]
  • 2014 – Rome, with AltaRoma[21]
  • 2015 – Chicago at the Gene Siskel Film Center[33]
  • 2016 – Boston at the Museum of Fine Arts[32]
  • 2016 – Shanghai at the China Academy of Art, Shanghai Institute of Design, the West Bund Art Center, the Power Station of Art, and the Shanghai Himalayas Museum[27][28][29]
  • 2017 – Sofia, Nuboyana Film Studios[44]
  • 2017 – Paris, Palais Brongniart[15]
  • 2018 – Rome, Palazzo Altemps [22]
  • 2019 – Bratislava, Bratislava Film Festival[48]

Editions[edit]

2008[edit]

ASVOFF 1 was held at the Galerie nationale du Jeu de Paume

Jury list

Prize categories

  • Danièle Hibon: president of the jury: director of the Cinema Department of Le Jeu de Paume. Previously supervised Le Bureau d'Accompagnement de l'Avance sur Recettes at the Centre National de la Cinématographie. Since 1995 she has been organizing cinematic workshops for art-school students[59]
  • Magali Aubert: she founded Standard magazine in 2003. Her role as editor-in-chief of the magazine makes every artistic field her forte.
  • Hélène Segol: music video producer at Wanda, one of the top ad and music video production companies in the world.
  • Laurent Goumarre: producer of the radio-show Minuit Dix.
  • Eric Tong Cuong: co-founder of advertising mega-agency BETC, co-founder of enduring music label Naïve, Eric is now running his latest adventure – the pluridisciplinary advertising agency La Chose.
  • ASVOFF Grand Prize: Jenny Haniver by Camille Vivier
  • Special mention: Video Look Book by Jeremy Scott
  • Public Prize winner of the first edition of A Shaded View on Fashion Film at Jeu de Paume was "The Pattern Film" by Anemone Skjoldager[60]

Satellite Venues

2009[edit]

ASVOFF 2, under jury president Rick Owens, was held at the Passage du Désir/BETC, Paris followed by an awards ceremony held at the nearby Centre Georges Pompidou.
Due to the growing size of the selection, it was separated in two sections: Reflection (directors vision of fashion), and Communication (communication of one brand/designer).

Jury list

Prize categories

  • Rick Owens President:[61]
  • Eric Tong Cuong
  • Laurent Gaumarre
  • Nan Goldin
  • Maria de Mederios
  • Helene Segol

On 8 October, the jury headed by Rick Owens[62] handed out awards for the ASVOFF 2009 Fashion Film competition:

  • Public Prize: "Herr Rodebjer Part I" by Mattias Montero for Rodebjer
  • DailyMotion Winner: "HLH: Autumn Winter 2509 BC" by Claire Kurylowski and Jason Bradbury for Harald Lunde Helgesen
  • Jury Prize, Reflection Section: "Fiction Noir" by Steven Klein, starring Lara Stone
  • Jury Prize, Communication Section: "Gareth Pugh AW09" by Ruth Hogben for Gareth Pugh
  • Jury Prize, Communication Section: "Matthew Williamson" by Johan Renck for H&M
  • Grand Prix Samsung: "I Wanna Be Your Dog" by Georgie Greville

Satellite Venues

2010[edit]

ASVOFF 3, under Jury president Olivier Saillard, was held at Paris' Centre Georges Pompidou on 24, 25 and 26 September,
with running installations of the festival's competition films held at the BETC's Passage du Desir from 25 to 28 September.[63]
For this edition Diane Pernet worked together with the young fashion blogger Tavi Gevinson.[64][65]

Jury list

Prize categories

  • Olivier Saillard, fashion historian and director of the Musee Galliera, ASVOFF president[66]
  • Mike Figgis, Academy Award-nominated writer/director; films include Leaving Las Vegas and Timecode
  • Elisabeth Quin, film critic and a French government representative for fashion
  • Michael Nyman, film composer for The Piano and 12 Peter Greenaway films
  • Bryan Adams, photographer and musician
  • Dita Von Teese, performer and style icon
  • Fabrice Brovelli, TV production director, BETC EuroRSCG.
  • Paolo Roversi, photographer
  • Emmanuelle Castro, film acquisitions and co-production director, Wild Bunch
  • Daphne Burki, reporter for Canal + television
  • Nadja Romain, independent producer
  • Sara Maino, senior fashion editor, Vogue Italia
  • Zowie Broach, designer of Boudicca
  • Abdel Bounane, chief editor, Amusement magazine
  • Olivier Seguret, journalist Liberation
  • Best Film: "Lust Lust" by Martins Grauds[67]
  • Best Artistic Director: Alex Prager for "Despair (Nowness)"
  • Special Jury Prize: "Lights" by Yoann Lemoine with Shaun Ross
  • Best New Talent, Samsung: "Blacklight" by Suzie Q + Leo Siboni
  • Beauty Prize – Shu Uemura: "How You Look at It" by Poppy de Villeneuve (NOWNESS)
  • Best Sound: "CHAPTER 14 The Dream of the Disembodied Birds" by Andrea Splisgar
  • Best Acting: Lauren McAvoy in "Chore Damaris" by Justin Anderson
  • Le Book Prize: AnOther Magazine – "Nocturna" by Daniel Askill

Satellite Venues

  • Milan at the Palazzo Morando in January 2010 featuring 7 hours of fashion films screening and a special installation: "LIGHT SERIES", a series of 1-minute films commissioned by Diane Pernet and co-curator Antoine Asseraf, in addition to a special contest with Vogue Italia, won by Miho Kinamura and Zaiba Jabbar.[6] The collaboration was suggested by Frederico Poletti who proposed the idea to Vogue Italia editor Franca Sozzani. They found it interesting to make a complementary online event with the launch of Vogue.it. A selection of the films in the LIGHT series includes: Blacklight by Suzie Q and Leo Siboni, Lights by Yoann Lemoine, Short Circuit in the After Hour by Andrea Splisgar, Sunshowers by Elisa Smith-Leverock in collaboration with jewellery designer Fred Butler, Untitled by Sofia Sanchez and Mauro Mongiello and Spectre by Antoine Asseraf and René Habermacher.
  • New York Art Fair: a curating a fashion/art exhibition and an ASVOFF film program.
  • London at the Barbican Art Gallery[19]
  • Kiev, with Elle Ukraine[51]
  • Seoul, Daily Projects[30][31]
  • Cluj, with Transylvania National Theatre[57]
  • Moscow, Russian Fashion Week[49]
  • Milan at the Cine Opera at Corso Como, with films by Michael Nyman[58]

2011[edit]

ASVOFF 4, under jury president Elisabeth Quin, was held at the Centre Georges Pompidou in Paris.

Jury list

Prize categories

  • Elisabeth Quin, film critic and journalist (Paris Première, France Inter, et al.) / ASVOFF 4 Jury President[68]
  • Rossy de Palma, actress / ASVOFF ambassador
  • Elisha Karmitz, multimedia director of MK2
  • Olivier Saillard, director of Musée Galliera
  • Manish Arora, fashion designer / creative director of Paco Rabanne
  • Daphne Guinness, film producer
  • Jerry Stafford, creative director, Première Heure
  • Pascale Faure, head of the Short-film Department, Canal+
  • Sam Shahid, creative director (including for books on Bruce Weber, Herb Ritts, Ellen Von Unwerth, et al.)
  • Raphaëlle Stopin, creative director, responsible for the photography section, Festival d'Hyeres
  • Colette Barbier, director of the Fondation d'entreprise Ricard
  • Rebecca Blake, photographer / director
  • Thérèse Deprez, production designer (for films including Black Swan)
  • Alice Pfeiffer, journalist (International Herald Tribune, Le Figaro, The New York Times, et al.)
  • Philippe Azoury, journalist at Libération
  • Philippe Brutus, executive vice president of Photography, Art + Commerce
  • Joseph Ghosn, editor-in-chief, Condé Nast Digital for Vogue.fr, GQmagazine.fr and Glamourparis.com
  • Christian Ravera and Guy Guglieri, founders of Mixte magazine
  • Chris Miller, co-president, Flower Films
  • Leonardo Girombelli, branding and communication manager, thecorner.com
  • ASVOFF Grand Prix, MK2: "I Want Muscle" by Elisha Smith-Leverock[69]
  • Best Artistic Direction Prize: Lernert & Sander for "The Fantastic Man Series"
  • Best Soundtrack Prize: "Praise Break" (Director's cut, 2011) by Eric Weidt for Pop Magazine
  • Best Actor Prize: Danny Trejo in "Onions Don't Make Me Cry" by Bryan Adams
  • Best Styling Prize: "Twin Parallel" by Justin Anderson
  • Beauty Prize – Shu Uemura: "Waters" by Kira Lillie
  • Young Talent Prize – Portal+Zekka: "Is This Real Life" (Nuptialis Project) by Suzie Q + Leo Siboni
  • Special Animation Prize: "Exercise in Sartorial Deprivation" by Davide Bedoni
  • TheCorner.com's Award: "Scalpel/Stradivarius" by Jason Last and Jaime Rubiano

Satellite Venues

2012[edit]

ASVOFF 5, under jury president Orlan, was held at the Centre Georges Pompidou in Paris.

Jury list

Prize categories

  • Jury president: ORLAN, artist
  • Dominique Issermann, photographer
  • Tim Blanks, Style.com, editor-at-large
  • Fabrice Rebois, co-director of Arte television network
  • Elisha Karmitz, multimedia director of MK2
  • Colin McDowell, fashion writer and author
  • Marian Masone, associate director of programming, The Film Society of Lincoln Center
  • Maria Luisa Poumaillou, fashion buyer, Maria Luisa in Printemps
  • Marc Audibet, fashion designer
  • Joseph Ghosn, Obsession magazine, editor-in-chief
  • Clément Ghys, journalist
  • Philippe Cohen Solal (aska Gotan Project), musician
  • Emmanuel Asmar, entertainment lawyer
  • Michel Gaubert, sound designer and DJ
  • Rain Li, director
  • Emanuel Levy, film critic and author of nine books on film
  • Grand Prix ASVOFF Barcelona for Best Film – "Ephemeral Nature" by Gsus Lopez
  • ASVOFF Grand Prix ASVOFF 5 Awarded by MK2 – "Headpieces For Peace" by Jessica Mitrani
  • Best Artistic Direction Prize: "Hors d'Oeuvre by Monica Menez"
  • Best Acting Prix: A Private Label Conversation with Brett Guitar Hofer, Talent Scout (for Haans Nicholas Mott) by Haans Nicholas Mott, Actor: Brett Guitar Hofer
  • Best Sound: Visiting Hour for SHOWstudio by Marie Schuller
  • Best Styling: UNIFORM (for Eckhaus Latta) by Alexa Karolinski
  • Best Documentary Awarded by Portal +: To Be Honest by Jason Last
  • Beauty Prize Awarded by Make Up Forever: A Mon Seul Desir by ioulex and Mogollon Make-Up artist Roberto Morelli
  • Best Advertising prize (Two Awarded Films: Watermarked (for Kenzo) by DIS and Morphe (for Aesop) by Lucy McRae
  • Emerging Talent Prize Awarded by NOWFASHION: DANNY (for the band Kenji Minogue with the collection of Tom Van der Borght) by Goran Grahovac

Satellite Venues

2013[edit]

ASVOFF 6, under jury president Michèle Lamy, was held at the Centre Georges Pompidou in Paris.

Jury list

Prize categories

  • Michèle Lamy – jury president – partner of Rick Owens
  • Jakob and MacFarlane – architects
  • Laurens Van Den Acker, senior VP, Corporate Design Renault
  • Laura Albert (aka Jt Leroy) – writer
  • Fabrice Rebois – consultant, former direction of Nova and Arte
  • Pierre-Paul Puljiz – producer, director, writer
  • Li Edelkoort – trend forecaster
  • Marina Skulskaya – historienne de la Mode, Russie
  • Anja Aronowsky Cronberg – editor in chief, Vestoj
  • Nicolas Girard Deltruc – executive director, Festival du Nouveau Cinema Montreal, Quebec, Canada
  • Shalini Ganendra – fine arts consultant and gallerist, Malaysia
  • Emmanuel Asmar – entertainment lawyer
  • Danielle Ryan – documentary film producer, art book publisher, founder of ROADS lifestyle brand
  • Antoaneta Metchanova – international creative director, Publicis 133
  • Valerie Steele – curator of FIT Museum, New York
  • Linda Loppa – director of Polimoda, Italy
  • ASVOFF 6 Grand Prix: Holi Holy – A Manish Arora Film by Bharat Sikka
  • Best Art Direction: BFC London Collections; Men FW13 by Matt Lambert
  • Best Acting; She Said, She Said by Stuart Blumberg
  • Best Styling: BFC London Collections: Men FW13 by Matt Lambert
  • Best Sound: Bishi Bhattacharya in Holi Holy – A Manish Arora Film by Bharat Sikka
  • Best Advertising: We & Claes Iversen by Lernert & Sander
  • Best Emerging Talent Awarded by Nowness: Bharat Sikka for directing: Holi Holy – A Manish Arora Film
  • Beauty Prize Awarded by Make Up For Ever: Make Up Artist Vicky Steckel in Sister Act by Ellen Von Unwerth
  • Best Documentary Awarded by Blakiston Gallery: Zillions by Malcolm Venville for Nowness

Fashion film aperitivo by Peroni: Nastro Azurro, live performance by Joana Preiss at Cannes Magnum Beach

Satellite Venues

2014[edit]

ASVOFF 7, under jury president Dries Van Noten, was held at the Centre Georges Pompidou in Paris.

Jury list

Prize categories

  • Dries Van Noten, fashion designer, president of ASVOFF 7
  • Eugene Hernandez – deputy director of Film Society of Lincoln Center
  • Bruce Benderson – writer
  • Antoine Barraud – writer, director and actor
  • Sophie Dulac – Sophie Dulac Distribution
  • Sebastien Tiveyrat – Swashbuckler Films
  • Moises Cosio – film producer
  • Liza Blakiston – art gallerist
  • Serge Carriera – lecturer (Institut D'etudes Politiques), retail merchandising director (MuiMiu)
  • Jakob + Macfarlane – Architects
  • Li Edelkoort – curator, trend forecaster
  • Antoaneta Metchanova – creative director Publicis 133
  • Emmanuel Asmar – business and entertainment lawyer
  • Samuel Drira – Encens magazine publisher
  • Rem D. Koolhaas – creative director United Nude
  • Rain Li – film director
  • Andrei Vasilenko – programmer Vladivostok International Film Festival
  • Eric Legendre – Variety International account manager
  • ASVOFF Grand Prix 2014JUMPER by Justin Anderson for Jonathan Saunders
  • Best Art Direction – JOURNEY by Monica Menez for S Moda
  • Best Actor – Annarose Cattanach in DOLLY by Laura Hypponen for Agent Provocateur
  • Best StylingNUKELADY by Sofia Sanchez and Mauro Mongiello for iFashion
  • Best Sound Design – THE SOUND OF COS by Lernert & Sander for COS
  • Beauty Prize/awarded by Shu Uemura – Barbara Casaola: Menswear for Women by Marie Schuller for SHOWstudio
  • Emerging Talent Prize – CONNECTING by Jacob Brown for V Magazine
  • Best AdvertisingL'ERRORE by Brando De Sica for Catherinelle
  • Blakiston Documentary Prize – TRAVELLING AT NIGHT WITH JIM JARMUSCH by Lea Rinaldi

Satellite Venues

  • Cannes: Special Fashion Film Aperitivo Silencio 5 rue des Belges, Cannes on 19 May 2014, with projections of Travelling at Night with Jim Jarmusch (documentary by Lea Rinaldi) and short films by Julien Landais with Nora Arnezeder, and Alain Fabien Delon. Special Guest : Bertrand Burgalat.
  • In 2014, the festival ASVOFF was held in the U.S for the first time through a partnership with Kering. The festival opened on 14 March 2014 at the FIAF's Florence Gould Hall. The screening consisted of 12 short films, and after the festival, the founder Diane Pernet held a Q&A with the filmmakers Mike Figgis (Leaving Las Vegas) and Jerry Schatzberg (Scarecrow). Among the selections were Bruce Weber's short made for Barneys New York and Figgis's famous short 'Agent provocateur' in which Kate Moss made her screen debut.[70]
  • New York Scope Art Fair in New York, with films by Michael Nyman[34]
  • Copenhagen, with CPH DOX[43]
  • Łódź, LODZ Fashion Philosophy Week[46]
  • Antwerp, with MoMu at MUSE[40]
  • Mexico City, with Trendsétera, Museo Franz Mayer[37]
  • Paris, in collaboration with Champs-Élysées Film Festival[17]
  • Rome, with AltaRoma[21]

2015[edit]

ASVOFF 8, under jury President Jean Paul Gaultier, took place 2–6 December at Centre Pompidou with Jean-Paul Gaultier, Nicolas Godin, Nicolas Saada, Mathias Kiss, and Iris van Herpen.
The festival explores the genre of fashion film as well as new dimensions and interpretations in the fields of fashion and film through conferences,
documentaries and even live performances (Pete Drungle and Loane).

Jury list

Prize categories

  • Jean Paul Gaultier, president
  • Alain Mikli, designer
  • Andrew Davis, creative director Wonderland and Rollacoaster
  • Butheina Kazim, co-founder of Cinema Akil
  • Dominique Jakob, Jakob + MacFarlane
  • Donald Schneider, creative director
  • Emmanuel Asmar, business and entertainment lawyer
  • Eric Daman, costume designer
  • Harold Koda, curator of the Costume Institute at the Metropolitan Museum of Art
  • Jean Pierre Marois, Les Bains
  • Lyne Cohen Solal, former Marie de Paris, fashion expert
  • Maarten Le Roy, executive producer ADULT
  • Marc Happel, costume director of the NYC Ballet
  • Mathias Kiss, artist/set designer
  • Pascal Mourier, RdC France 24 Mode
  • RANKIN, photographer, publisher
  • Rem D Koolhaas, creative director United Nude
  • Stephen Jones, hat designer
  • ASVOFF GRAND PRIX 2015 – Hungry for Love by Justin Ambrosino
  • Best Art Direction – Kitchen by Tim Yip
  • Best Acting – Max Tortora in Non Senza di Me by Brando DeSica
  • Best Styling – Advanced Style by Lina Piloplyte with Ari Seth Cohen for NOWNESS
  • Best Sound Design – Gianluca Andreucci (J-E-A-N) for Wonder Mark by Ivan Olita
  • Beauty Prize/awarded by Shu Uemura – Team Leslie Kee for The Independents by Leslie Kee for Yohji Yamamoto
  • Best Advertising – Peep Shoe by Lernert & Sander for 3.1 Phillip Lim
  • Best Emerging Talent – Under by Kevin Frilet
  • Student Prize – JO! by Septa Absharin Husna for Siqi Wu, The Rule by Sara Laurena and a Special Mention for actress Benedetta Barzini, in Spirit of Our Time by Livia Alcalde for Tom Rebl.

Satellite Venues

2016[edit]

Locations

  • Cannes: Fashion Film Cocktail at the Mouton Cadet Wine Bar in the Palais des Festivals (6etg) Boulevard de la Croisette on 14 May
  • Boston: Museum of Fine Arts in Boston (Harry & Mildred Remis Auditorium) on 6–8 October
  • Shanghai: A Shaded View on Fashion Film in China
    • 14 October: The Mix Place, Shanghai and Shanghai Hengshan Cinema
    • 15–16 October: Shanghai West Bund Art Space
    • 21–22 October: Shanghai Himalayas Museum
    • 23 October: Power Station of Art, Shanghai

2017[edit]

ASVOFF 9, under jury president Eric Daman, was held at Nu Boyana film studios on 9, 10 and 11 June.

Jury list

Prize categories

  • Eric Daman – president, costume designer, fashion model, TV personality and author
  • Waris Ahluwali, actor and designer House of Waris
  • Serge Carreira, Maitre de conferences a Sciences Po Paris
  • Isabel Coixet, director and writer
  • Ivaylo Grancharov, head of education at Nu Boyana Film Studios
  • Marc Happel, director of costumes at NYC Ballet
  • Yoann Lemoine, director, singer, Woodkid
  • Alex Murray Leslie, curator Wearable Technology Fashion Film Competition
  • Klaus Stockhausen, Zeit Magazine – fashion editor, stylist
  • Wilson J. Tang, studio art director at Kabam
  • Robb Young, strategic consultant, brand development, fashion and luxury goods, Global Markets BOF
  • Cuba Tornado Scott, artist and model
  • Grand Prize – Sean Baker, Snowbird
  • Best Artistic Direction – Romain Gavras, Gosh
  • Best Editing – Emir Eralap, In and Out of Control
  • Best Actor/Actress – Emir Eralap, Emmanuelle Seigner in How to Get Rid of a Ghost
  • Best Styling – Ibrahim Kamara in Gidi Gidi Bu Ugwu Eze "Unitity is Strength" by Akinola Davies Jr.
  • Best Sound Design – Marc Mahfoud in The Parallel Pyramid Platform by Dennis Vanderbroeck
  • Best Beauty – Greshka in He Was bby Fred Lebain and Gregoire Pedron
  • Best Advertising – Petra Collins – Gucci Dreamscape
  • Best Emerging Talent – Pablo Masters for Winter Eclipse
  • Best Cinematography – Arthur de Kersauson and Clement Beauvais for Tales of the Wild 2 Gaucho
  • Best Wearable Technology Fashion Film – Lucy McRae for Institute of Isolation
  • Jury Prize – Matt Lambert – Christeene
  • Student Prize: Luzie Loose – Lui/Lei

Satellite Venues

  • Cannes: Fashion Film Cocktail at Mouton Cadet Wine Bar in the Palais des Festivals on 23 May
  • Sofia, Bulgaria, at the Nu Boyana Film Studios on 9, 10 & 11 June
  • Paris, at the Palais Brongniart, in collaboration with Blossom and Première Vision, on 4 & 5 July

2018[edit]

ASVOFF 10, under jury president Rossy de Palma and president of honor Jean Paul Gautier, was held at the Club de l'Etoile, Paris.

Jury list

Prize categories

  • President – Rossy de Palma – actress
  • President of Honor – Jean Paul Gaultier
  • Roger Avary – film director, screenwriter and producer
  • Eric Daman – costume designer, TV personality and author
  • Pamela Golbin – chief curator of the Musee de la Mode et du Textile
  • Patrice Haddad – film producer, CEO of Premiere Heure and president of the Red Star Football Club
  • Michele Lamy – Lamyland and creative collaborator and business partner of Rick Owens
  • ORLAN – artist
  • Stephan Rabimov – director of Fashion Journalism & Social Media Center at the Academy of Art University
  • Grand Prix in partnership with PERSOL – Jordan Blady – Grisha's Guide to Kiev
  • Best Documentary – Elisha Smith-Leverock – Miss Black Germany
  • Best Cinematography – Ivan Olita – Glow Cinematographer – Gigi Martinucci
  • Best Sound Design – Matt Lambert Charles Jeffrey – Loverboy
  • Best Art Direction – Diane Russo – Our Time Art Director – Nick Vogelson
  • Best Editing – Maximilian Homaei – Women in Shadow – Editor – Joel Pront
  • Best Acting – Suzie and Leo – The Great Newman – Actor – Stanley Weber
  • Best Advertising – Autumn de Wilde – Postman Dreams for Prada
  • Best Beauty – Best Beauty Isaac Lock – BLACK – Hair: Roxy Attard Make-Up Daniel Sallstrom
  • Best Styling – Nadia Lee Cohen – Sgualdrina For GCDS – Stylist – Mariaelena Morelli
  • Best Emerging talent – Alec Davis – Stuck Inside
  • Student Prize x Premiere Heure – Alec Davis – Stuck Inside
  • ASVOFF + Kids of the Banlieue collaboration between Ecole de la Cite + Casa 93
Winner: Adele Bouvier for Stella

Global Champion's Award – for Journalism – Loic Prigent
Global Champion's Award – for retail – 24Sevres Ian Rogers
Global Champion's Award – for designer – Kim Jones, Dior

ASVOFF 10 "My Personal Love Affair with Rome" Edition
Winner: The Epicurean by Jeff Bark

Global Champion's Award – for Journalism – Angelo Flaccevento
Global Champion's Award – for retail Federico Marchetti, YOOX/Net-a-Porter
Global Champion's Award – for designer Alessandro Michele, Gucci

Satellite Venues

2019[edit]

ASVOFF 11, under jury president Heron Preston[71]

Jury list

Prize categories

  • President – Heron Preston – Fashion designer
  • Ruven Afanador – Photographer
  • Roger Avary – Film Director/Screenwriter/Producer
  • Manish Arora – Fashion designer
  • Maxime Plescia-Buchi – Creative Director/Tattoo Artist
  • Bryan Boy – Influencer
  • Patrice Haddad – CEO Premiere Heure/Producer
  • Marc Happel – Director of Costumes at New York City Ballet
  • Farida Khelfa – Documentary Film Director/former Model/Actress
  • Krista Kelloway – Production Manager/Producer
  • Callum Mullin – Model/Influencer
  • Steve Olson – Arist/Skateboard Icon
  • Cuba Tornado Scott – Film Director/Model
  • David Teplitzky – Art Collector/Influencer
  • Grand Prix – Victor Claramunt (Spain) – North Sails la Mer
  • Best Beauty – Matt Lambert (USA) - We Belong to Something Beautiful – Make-up: Lucas Wilson
  • Best Art Direction – Lui Yang (Thailand) – X Dazed
  • Best Advertising – Raphael Cloffi + Thibault Della Gaspera for Jean Paul Gaultier (France) – "Jeanpod", How to Walk Like a Catwalk Model
  • Best Acting – Matthew Frost (USA) – Boomerang – Actor: Mackenzie Davis
  • Best Emerging Talent – Chiara Sabatini (Italy) – Soeur
  • Best Styling – Jakub Gulyas (Slovakia) - Dolls - Stylist: Maria Vedral Kohutik
  • Best Cinematography – Michel Socha (Poland) – Moncler Cut – Cinematographer: Maciej Grzbowski
  • Best Sound Design – Lucas Garzoli (USA) – Loverboy - Sound Design: Carlos Arias
  • Best Editing – Felix Umarov (Russia) – Reebok, Always Classic – Editor: Vlad Yakunin
  • Jury Prize – Yuen Hsieh – Radiasian
  • Student Prize – Riffy Ahmed (UK) – Afloat

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