The Chanel Angel at Oenovideo

by amantduvin

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Oenovideo  is the oldest and only festival dedicated to the images of vines and wine in documentary and fiction films.

The 17th international vine and wine film festival judged 29 films from 17 countries from 13 to 16 May.

On Friday 10 September  2010, at the Palais du Luxembourg in Paris, the Swiss documentary “Les saisons de Marie-Thérèse Chappaz” won the Grand Jury Trophy and the FIJEV prize. For more details

Awards were accepted against a backdrop of shots wine themed films – including birds flying out of a vineyard in the Yarra Valley after being startled by the crack of a bottle of wine being opened.

Pascal Judelewicz (Acajou films) and Gaspard Ulliel received the Trophy for best feature length film and the Prix de l’Imaginarium for fiction to the New Zealand director Niki Caro for “The Vintner’s Luck”.

The film captures the spirit of love and loss, guilt and deception, dreams and passion, sacrifice and gain, devotion and devastation and the cycle and evolution of growing wine portrayed in the book. It was filmed at a château in Beaujolais.

The angel in the film “The Vintner’s Luck” played by Gaspard Ulliel is also the face of the new men’s perfume Blue by Chanel.

The Chanel short film publicity was produced by Martin Scorcese:

Unexpected to see Ulliel in two sensorial roles. My Luck.