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Writers:
Lisa Immordino Vreeland (written by) and
Bent-Jorgen Perlmutt (written by)
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21 September 2012 (Ireland) See more »
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A look at the life and work of the influential fashion editor of Harpers Bazaar, Diana Vreeland. Full summary » | Add synopsis »
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1 win & 3 nominations See more »
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A feast for the eye See more (4 total) »

Cast

  (in credits order)
Diana Vreeland ... Herself (archive footage)
Richard Avedon ... Himself (archive footage)
David Bailey ... Himself

Lauren Bacall ... Herself (archive footage)
Lillian Bassman ... Herself

Marisa Berenson ... Herself
Pierre Bergé ... Himself
Cecil Beaton ... Himself (archive footage)

Manolo Blahnik ... Himself
June Burns Bove ... Herself

Dick Cavett ... Himself (archive footage)
Felicity Clark ... Herself

Truman Capote ... Himself (archive footage)
Bob Colacello ... Himself
Rae Crespin ... Herself
Jeff Daly ... Himself
Hubert de Givenchy ... Himself

Oscar de la Renta ... Himself
Philippe De Montebello ... Himself
Polly Devlin ... Herself

Simon Doonan ... Himself

Mike Douglas ... Himself (archive footage)
John Fairchild ... Himself
Henry Geldzahler ... Himself
Tonne Goodman ... Himself

Carolina Herrera ... Herself
Reinaldo Herrera ... Himself

Anjelica Huston ... Herself

Lauren Hutton ... Herself

Calvin Klein ... Himself
Harold Koda ... Himself
Kenneth Jay Lane ... Himself
Katell Le Bourhis ... Herself

Ali MacGraw ... Herself
China Machado ... Herself
Ottavio Missoni ... Himself (as Tai Missoni)
Rosita Missoni ... Herself
Stephen Paley ... Himself

Jane Pauley ... Herself
John Richardson ... Himself

Diane Sawyer ... Herself

Joel Schumacher ... Himself

Ingrid Sischy ... Herself
Barbara Slifka ... Herself
Melvin Sokolsky ... Himself
Franca Sozzani ... Herself
Anna Sui ... Herself
Kurt Thometz ... Himself
Susan Train ... Herself
Penelope Tree ... Herself

Veruschka von Lehndorff ... Herself

Diane von Fürstenberg ... Herself
Tim Vreeland ... Himself (archive footage)
Frecky Vreeland ... Himself
Nicky Vreeland ... Himself
Alexander Vreeland ... Himself
Olivia Vreeland ... Herself
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
William F. Cody ... Himself (archive footage)
Duchess of Windsor ... Herself (archive footage)
Duke of Windsor ... Himself (archive footage)

Merv Griffin ... Himself (archive footage)

Audrey Hepburn ... Herself (archive footage)

Adolf Hitler ... Himself (archive footage)

Mick Jagger ... Himself (archive footage)

Jacqueline Kennedy ... Herself (archive footage)

John F. Kennedy ... Himself (archive footage)
Charles A. Lindbergh ... Himself (archive footage)

Annette Miller ... Diana Vreeland (voice)

George Plimpton ... Himself (archive sound)

Diana Ross ... Herself (archive footage)

Yves Saint-Laurent ... Himself (archive footage)
Carmel Snow ... Herself (archive footage)

Twiggy ... Herself (archive footage)

Directed by
Lisa Immordino Vreeland 
Bent-Jorgen Perlmutt (co-director)
Frédéric Tcheng (co-director)
 
Writing credits
Lisa Immordino Vreeland (written by)

Bent-Jorgen Perlmutt  written by
Frédéric Tcheng  written by

Produced by
Magnus Andersson .... executive producer
Ron Curtis .... executive producer
Jonathan Gray .... executive producer
Mark Lee .... co-executive producer
John Northrup .... associate producer
Raja Sethuraman .... executive producer
Lisa Immordino Vreeland .... producer
 
Original Music by
Paul Cantelon 
 
Cinematography by
Cristobal Zanartu (director of photography)
 
Film Editing by
Bent-Jorgen Perlmutt 
Frédéric Tcheng 
 
Production Management
Steven Tollen .... post-production supervisor
 
Sound Department
Andrea Bella .... sound designer
Michael Feuser .... dialogue editor
Perry Levy .... adr recordist
Tom Paul .... sound re-recording mixer
Tom Paul .... supervising sound editor
Steven Tollen .... sound executive producer
 
Visual Effects by
Kelcey Alonzo .... retouching: Gloss Studio
Robert Bischoff .... motion designer: Edgewrk Studios
Tara Borejka .... image retouching producer: Gloss Studio
Dan Caothien .... image retouching technical consultant: Gloss Studio
Edmund Earle .... lead 3d animator: Edgework Studios
Val Iancu .... 3d modeling: Edgework Studios
Josh Laurence .... flame artist: Gloss Studio
Kristen Lotto .... retouching: Gloss Studio
Mike McGreevy .... retouching: Gloss Studio
Elizabeth Piesak .... 3d animator: Edgework Studios
Brian Reiss .... animation producer
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Zelmira Gainza .... additional camera
 
Animation Department
Stephanie Caw .... animator: Edgework Studios
Brian Haimes .... lead 2d animator: Edgework Studios
Carly Monardo .... animation design and storyboards: Edgework Studios
Mike Pappa .... animator: Edgework Studios
 
Editorial Department
Tara Borejka .... color correction producer
Dan Caothien .... color correction technical consultant
Will Cox .... on-line supervisor: Final Frame
Kate Hipp .... additional assistant editor (as Katie Hipp)
John Northrup .... assistant editor
Eugene Ramos .... additional assistant editor
Sean Ross .... colorist
Owen Rucker .... on-line editor: Final Frame
Caitlin Tartaro .... on-line producer: Final Frame
 
Music Department
Susan Jacobs .... music supervisor
David Majzlin .... composer: additional music
Jackie Mulhearn .... assistant music supervisor
 
Other crew
Gloria Bini .... intern: Florence
Stephanie Caw .... archival designer
Stephanie Caw .... title designer
Dean R. Cheley .... clearance counsel
Dean R. Cheley .... clearance counsel: Donaldson & Callif
Nicole Compas .... production counsel: Gray Krauss Stafford Des Rochers
E.P. Cutler .... archival researcher
Alessia D'Amico .... intern: Paris
Michael Donaldson .... clearance counsel: Donaldson & Callif
Anna Furney .... intern: New York
Jonathan Gray .... production counsel: Gray Krauss Stafford Des Rochers
Laura Duarte Gómez .... archival research intern
Laura Duarte Gómez .... assistant to lisa immordino vreeland
Pearl Lieberman .... additional archival research
Alicia Pestalozzi .... intern: Paris
Fabien Westerhoff .... worldwide sales: Hanway Films
 
Thanks
David Bailey .... special thanks
Shannon Camperson .... thanks
Jeff Daly .... thanks
Hubert de Givenchy .... special thanks
Tonne Goodman .... special thanks
Mick Jagger .... special thanks
Caroline Kennedy .... special thanks
Si Newhouse .... special thanks
Susan Train .... special thanks
Alexander Vreeland .... very special thanks
Bruce Weber .... special thanks
Adam Zenko .... thanks
 

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Rated PG-13 for some nude images
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USA:86 min
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1 out of 2 people found the following review useful.
A feast for the eye, 19 August 2013
Author: ygdrasl from Panama

This is an art history of the twentieth century as seen through fashion, its most glittering art form. Weaving together video footage, magazine layouts, and first-hand accounts, the filmmakers trace the life of DV, one of fashion's all-time most imaginative thinkers.

Born rich ('but ugly', as her mother would have said) in Paris at the turn of the century, she partied her way to New York. When Carmel Snow noticed her chic outfit in a nightclub, she offered her a job at Harper's Bazaar. Thus began a fabulous self-created career, first at HB through the thirties forties and fifties, and then at Vogue in the sixties. There, she launched photographers like Richard Avedon and David Bailey, and put designers like Yves St Laurent on the map. She discovered an endless succession of models like Verushka and Iman, who turned notions of beauty inside out. And she originated idea of celebrities as models, studding Vogue with wonderful shots of Cher, Mick Jagger, and Jacqueline Kennedy. She also spent staggering amounts of Vogue's money pursuing fashionable subjects around the globe; they she fired her in 1972.

She was not idle for long- soon the Metropolitan Museum persuaded her to help launch the Costume Institute. There, she was able to bring her extravagant sense of fashion to a wide audience, and, not incidentally, throw some great parties.

The best thing a documentary can do is pick a fascinating subject, and clearly, DV was a LOT of fun. A Who's Who of actors, artists, writers, and fashion luminaries signed on to supply their recollections, both then and now. Her interviews with George Plimpton, Jack Paar, and Dick Cavett are lavishly excerpted, as well as material from her sons and grandchildren. (Her granddaughter's reading aloud from a vintage issue of Vogue is definitely a high point!)

The wealth of material here is stunning- and the filmmakers' skill in handling it is a triumph.

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