Bio - Cyrille de Vignemont
Cyrille de Vignemont creates atmospheric films with sensual narratives that focus on fragile, elegant details. His work often embodies sensuality, fragility, and a deep connection with natural elements. Cyrille developed his innovative style while traveling, often to some of the most isolated places. For his first show at the Palais de Tokyo in 2004 he was selected by French Art Is Not Dead to represent the French Avant Garde in Europe. His work has exhibited at MoCA (Museum of Contemporary Art) in Shanghai and Melbourne, and since then he is often invited to biennials and various exhibitions.
His aesthetic and sensibility garnered attraction from the music world, and he began directing music videos, including Milk Teeth by Mohini Geisweiller which was awarded “Best Narrative Video of the Year” in 2010 and Antibodies for Poni Hoax, which won the Saatchi & Saatchi Showcase and “Best New Director Award” at the Antville Music Video Awards.
His advertising career began when Converse selected him to direct a strange and enchanting film about a teenager looking for the soul of his childhood robot, then Isabel Marant entrusted him with its first commercial film, a cinematic experience about a sunny and poetic dawn. He soon followed this with a captivating film for Amnesty International with TBWA Paris.