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Mon 30 Jan, 2012
By Darren Waite

Jeff Kristian said, ‘I’m absolutely delighted and thrilled for everyone involved, especially Gsus"

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We were delighted to hear that the Gsus Lopez short movie Ephemeral Nature, starring Linda Landers and our very own Adventures of a Drag Queen columnist Jeff Kristian, scooped the Best Film Award at the Grand Prix ASVOFF 2012. While the nation was glued to the TV screen here on Wednesday night watching The National Television Awards, Gsus mounted the steps to the podium at The Caixaforum, Barcelona to collect the red glass trophy from Majorcan fashionista Rossy de Palma, flanked by the events Artistic Director Diane Pernet.

The ASVOFF (A Shaded View of Fashion) award is a first for the twenty-five year old film maker and photographer from Zamora, Spain. Currently preparing his BA in Fashion Media at the London College of Fashion, he is quoted as having said he was, ‘through the roof with excitement.’ The result has created a lot of press attention, including fashion magazine Vogue Italia.

Jeff Kristian said, ‘I’m absolutely delighted and thrilled for everyone involved, especially Gsus. He worked so hard on this film and he’s extraordinarily talented, so I’m not surprised he has been recognised in such a fabulous way. And I had a great time working on it with Linda too!’

Felicidades Gsus! We will continue to watch your career. Ephemeral Nature is now available to view on Youtube.


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