Teardrops from Heaven (Rain)

Niels Vogensen
Oct 2, 2012

Made by Maria Makedonska, the short film won first Jury Prize in the 2012 April edition of the Aarhus Short Film Challenge. The Aarhus Short Film Challenge is an international event that is centred in Aarhus, Denmark. Participants have 7 days to make a short film that is up to 5 minutes long and based on two randomly chosen topics. The films are then evaluated by a jury of three film professionals. The April 2012 edition theme was Dreams, and the jury members were: Karen Rais-Nordentoft director of the "Aarhus Film Festival" Anders Berthelsen director and owner of "JA Film" Jesper Maintz a local and well-known editor that has made over 50 short films in his carrier The 2012 autumn edition of the Aarhus Short Film Challenge is well on its way. Sign up at www.shortfilmchallenge.dk. The deadline is on Friday 19th of october. Follow us on facebook: https://www.facebook.com/AarhusShortFilmChallenge

Maria Makedonska

Director

Aarhus Short Film Challenge
First Jury Prize
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Categories: Anime and Animation
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