The music video for Philippe Cohen Solal‘s instrumental rendition of Greensleeves was awarded best emerging artist award at the A Shaded View On Fashion Film Festival 2020 by Diane Pernet and this year’s chairman of the festival Roger Avary, screenwriter of the infamous Pulp Fiction. Roger Avary reports on the short film by Italian film maker and fashion designer Chiara Sabatini as “architecture and sacred geometry (…) corrupted by two nuns, and I loved every second of that corruption.” then adding “sorry but there’s nothing more entertaining to watch than two hot smoking nuns”
Watch the film here:
Here is a full credit of the film:
FILM TITLE: SOEUR/DIRECTOR: CHIARA SABATINI/PRODUCTION COMPANY: Dugong Films/COUNTRY OF ORIGIN: ITALY/DURATION: MUSIC: PHILIPPE COHEN SOLAL/CAST: Alessia Peruzzi / Camilla Castelli/DIRECTOR OF PHOTOGRAPHY: Federico Annicchiarico/ARTISTIC DIRECTOR & STYLIST: CHIARA SABATINI/HAIR:Alessandro Messina/MAKE-UP: Maddalena Brando
SHORT SYNOPSIS; Rome, a stage of white marble. Two women wearing black veils look at a bas relief and move away. We meet them, they are beautiful and young, they are two nuns. The film tells of a moment of freedom when out of the rigor of their lives, the girls sit in the sun for a smoke. Bliss… The city won’t tell.
SHORT DIRECTOR’S BIO: Chiara Sabatini is a stylist and creative consultant based in Paris. She spends her time traveling and working on creative projects that span from fashion to cinema and art. Born in Rome, she worked extensively as a designer and costume designer. Since 2014 she collaborates as stylist and DA with brands and magazines. Soeur is her directorial debut.