ASVOFF Festival to Hold Next Two Editions at Dover Street Market’s 3537

Canadian filmmaker Bruce LaBruce has been named jury president of the fashion film festival’s 13th edition, which will run Dec. 1 to 3 in Paris.

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A Shaded View on Fashion Film, or ASVOFF, returns to a physical format with its 13th edition, to be held at 3537, the Dover Street Market Paris-operated cultural and creative center.

Canadian filmmaker Bruce LaBruce has been named jury president of the fashion film festival’s 13th edition, which will run Dec. 1 to 3 in Paris.

The three-day program will feature over 80 films in competition, including four thematic curations on sustainability activism; fashion’s role in societal changes; digital fashion, and the representation of Black people in cinema.The 2021 jury, headed by Canadian filmmaker Bruce LaBruce, will include Irish performer Róisín Murphy; fashion collector and muse Daphne Guinness; Lulu Kennedy, founder and director of London-based fashion showcase Fashion East; Sara Sozzani Maino, Vogue Italia deputy editor and head of Vogue Talents; first-generation influencer Bryanboy; fashion designers Lutz Huelle and Andre Walker, among others.

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Seventeen gongs will be awarded at the ceremony, with this edition’s trophies being made by Robert Mercier, a Celine and Hermès veteran leather craftsman.One prize will be awarded by the public, through a partnership with FNL Network, a fashion news and lifestyle network distributed through digital TV services such as Apple TV and Amazon Fire TV.

A strong supporter of grassroots commentary, particularly in fashion, Pernet felt that “liv[ing] in an era where everyone’s a critic, viewers who have social currency feel more empowered than ever. We’re continually asked to give our opinion and provide feedback.” headtopics.com

This edition will also include the Paris premiere of LaBruce’s latest film “Saint-Narcisse,” a 2020 comedy-drama about twins separated at birth who fall in love; a talk between Jean Paul Gaultier muse Tanel Bedrossiantz and filmmaker Antonio Contreras, and “Creating Your World for the Metaverse,” a panel discussion about branding in this new digital territory.

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In addition to Paris, the festival has held international editions in Shanghai, Istanbul, Tokyo and Rome, where it will also show from Dec. 10 to 12 at Casa del Cinema, an arthouse cinema in the famous Borghese Gardens.

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