5th edition - 2015

International Art Book and Film Festival

© Photographie Arnaud Pyvka

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Program

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PRIZE LIST BOOKS

GOLDEN FILAF
African modernism The Architecture of Independence. Ghana, Senegal, Côte d'Ivoire, Kenya, Zambia, by Manuel Herz, Ingrid Schröder, et alli., Park Books, Suisse, 2015


SILVER FILAF
Earthquakes, Mudslides, Fires & Riots: California & Graphic Design, 1936-1986

by Louise Sandhaus, Metropolis Books, États-Unis, 2015


SPECIAL JURY PRIZE
L'Industrie d'art romaine tardive 

by Alois Riegl, Christopher S. Wood, Emmanuel Alloa, Macula, France, 2014

 

YOUTH ARTBOOK PRIZE

Le Grand Bain 

by Sharna Jackson et James Lambert, Tate Modern / Palette éditions, Angleterre / France, 2015

 

 

PRIZE LIST FILMS

 

GOLDEN FILAF
Paul Sharits (Canada)

by François Miron 85’, 2015. Prod : Filmgrafix Production


SILVER FILAF
ART WAR (Allemagne)

by Marco Wilms 90’, 2014. Prod : Heldenfilm / ZDF / Arte / MFG Filmförderung Baden-Württemberg


SPECIAL JURY PRIZE
Sobre la marxa (Espagne)

by Jordi Morató 77’, 2014. Prod : La Termita Films / Universitat Pompeu Fabra

 

HONOUR PRIZES

 

Sophie Calle   /   Alain Fleischer   /   Agnès Varda

Jury
Albert Serra
President of the Jury

Iconoclast cineast celebrated by retrospectives at Pompidou and at the Tate Modern, he is revealed at the Quinzaine des Réalisateurs at Cannes in 2006 for his movie Honor de Cavalleria, radical version of the Don Quichotte by Cervantès. He has been developing since a cinema mixing meditation, humour and scholarly references. He represents the Catalonia at the Biennale of Venice 2015.

Nazanin Pouyandeh
Juror

Iranian artist living in France, she mixes in her paintings an allegorical and sensual universe with subtle literary and scholarly references. She has been exposed in several countries, and widely noticed at the salon du dessin Drawing Now Paris in 2015.

Honour Guests
Sophie Calle

This french artist is one of the most important artist of the international contemporary scene.

With Sébastien Planas, FILAF President

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Alain Fleischer

Artist, writer, theorist, photograph, he is also the author of a large scale cinematographic work about art. He is known as a touches at everything personality, mixing literary fiction, photography and movies in a plastic protean work.​

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Aurélien Bellanger
Juror

French novelist, winner of the prix de Flore 2014, he has been especially noticed for La théorie de l'information en 2012 et L''emménagement du territoire en 2014. He produces in his book an acerb and poetic study of the french society of the last thirty years. Minitel, TGV or Houellebecq are revisited to the prism of quantum physics or of the more experimental geography.

Agnès Varda

French photograph, cineast and plastic artist, she is one of the few female directors of the Nouvelle Vague. The whole of her cinematographic work has been awarded by a César d'honneur in 2001, by the prix René-Claire de l'Académie française in 2002 and by a Palme d'honneur of the Festival de Cannes in 2015.

Anne Tronche
Juror

French contemporary art critic, she has been during several years inspector of artistic creation at the Ministry of Culture (1982-1999). In 2013, she win the Golden FILAF for her book L'art des années soixante, chroniques d'une scène parisienne (Hazan, 2012).

Philippe Djian

Passionate about art, he has been commissionar of the exposition Voyages this winter at the Musée du Louvre. It is about this exhibitions, journey in the collections of the biggest museum in the world going from antic Egypt to contemporary art, as well as the eponym catalogue, that is came to speak at the FILAF.

With Sébastien Planas, FILAF President

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Dominique Païni
Juror

Art and cinema historian, he has been director of the French Cinematheque and of the cultural development at Pompidou. Author of numerous book about contemporary art and cinema, he is currently the curator of the exhibition Antonioni at the cinematheque. 

He has been director founder of audiovisual and cinematographic productions at the Musée du Louvre until 1991 for which he has produced more than forty hours of programs. 

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