ASFC2013 Talent Prize Winner: "Rasmus & maven" by Rasmus Reimer Larsen

Stoyan Yankov
Dec 11, 2013

Winner of the Talent Prize at ASFC2013 (Made in 1 week!) Made by: Rasmus Reimer Larsen, Tine Poulsen & Jonathan Langelund From: Aarhus, Denmark Based on the topics: "Life" and "Illusion" "In the framework of a fictive documentary, you tell a story about the confusion and frustration of a young father and his politically incorrect feelings. Very courageously you describe the fear and the anger in a way we have not seen before. The story is clear and engaging and the documentary visual setting is 'clean'. The acting of this not likeable character is strong. We will never forget this young man's pain- and will wonder what happens, once the baby is there.The talent prize goes to "Rasmus & maven". We look forward to seeing how you and your team will use your talent for storytelling in a future project." - The ASFC2013 Jury

Country of origin: Denmark
Categories: Documentary
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