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Original, visually compelling, & tell a stories in a memorable manner. Made by Andrey Rashev, the short film received an honorable mention in the 2012 Autumn edition of the Aarhus Short Film Challenge. The film was based on the topics Time and Kids. 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 Autumn 2012 edition theme was Time, and the jury members were: Richard Raskin, Associate Professor Aarhus University, Department of Information and Media Studies, World’s foremost short film expert; Carsten Holst, general Manager at Filmby Aarhus and Den Vestdanske Filmpulje at Filmby Aarhus, producer of more than 30 titles, has worked with Lars Von Trier; Merete Stubkjær, Producing Chief and Producer at Deluca Film A/S; and Ann Pedersen, Script editor and director, covering various genres within Tv and film, ranging from BBC to feature films, documentaries and short films. For more information visit us at www.shortfilmchallenge.dk, or follow us on Facebook or twitter: https://www.facebook.com/AarhusShortFilmChallenge https://twitter.com/AarhusShortFilm

Spring Forward, Fall Back

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Original, visually compelling, & tell a stories in a memorable manner. Made by Katazyna Skoluda, Anna Lukasik, Bartosz Grosicki, & Sylwia Niewinska, the short film received an honorable mention in the 2012 Autumn edition of the Aarhus Short Film Challenge. The film was based on the topics Time and Scent. 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 Autumn 2012 edition theme was Time, and the jury members were: Richard Raskin, Associate Professor Aarhus University, Department of Information and Media Studies, World’s foremost short film expert; Carsten Holst, general Manager at Filmby Aarhus and Den Vestdanske Filmpulje at Filmby Aarhus, producer of more than 30 titles, has worked with Lars Von Trier; Merete Stubkjær, Producing Chief and Producer at Deluca Film A/S; and Ann Pedersen, Script editor and director, covering various genres within Tv and film, ranging from BBC to feature films, documentaries and short films. For more information visit us at www.shortfilmchallenge.dk, or follow us on Facebook or twitter: https://www.facebook.com/AarhusShortFilmChallenge https://twitter.com/AarhusShortFilm

Scent

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Original, visually compelling, & tell a stories in a memorable manner. Made by Rasmus Reimer Larsen, the short film received an honorable mention in the 2012 Autumn edition of the Aarhus Short Film Challenge. The film was based on the topics Time and Sad. 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 Autumn 2012 edition theme was Time, and the jury members were: Richard Raskin, Associate Professor Aarhus University, Department of Information and Media Studies, World’s foremost short film expert; Carsten Holst, general Manager at Filmby Aarhus and Den Vestdanske Filmpulje at Filmby Aarhus, producer of more than 30 titles, has worked with Lars Von Trier; Merete Stubkjær, Producing Chief and Producer at Deluca Film A/S; and Ann Pedersen, Script editor and director, covering various genres within Tv and film, ranging from BBC to feature films, documentaries and short films. For more information visit us at www.shortfilmchallenge.dk, or follow us on Facebook or twitter: https://www.facebook.com/AarhusShortFilmChallenge https://twitter.com/AarhusShortFilm

Timelines

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Original, visually compelling, & tell a stories in a memorable manner. Made by Mikolaj Lewandowski & Agata Paulina Mlynczak, the short film received an honorable mention in the 2012 Autumn edition of the Aarhus Short Film Challenge. The film was based on the topics Time and Love. 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 Autumn 2012 edition theme was Time, and the jury members were: Richard Raskin, Associate Professor Aarhus University, Department of Information and Media Studies, World’s foremost short film expert; Carsten Holst, general Manager at Filmby Aarhus and Den Vestdanske Filmpulje at Filmby Aarhus, producer of more than 30 titles, has worked with Lars Von Trier; Merete Stubkjær, Producing Chief and Producer at Deluca Film A/S; and Ann Pedersen, Script editor and director, covering various genres within Tv and film, ranging from BBC to feature films, documentaries and short films. For more information visit us at www.shortfilmchallenge.dk, or follow us on Facebook or twitter: https://www.facebook.com/AarhusShortFilmChallenge https://twitter.com/AarhusShortFilm

Love

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Original, visually compelling, & tell a stories in a memorable manner. Directed by Desislav Angelov & Steffen Von Fleisch, the short film received an honorable mention in the 2012 Autumn edition of the Aarhus Short Film Challenge. The film was based on the topics Time and Key. 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 Autumn 2012 edition theme was Time, and the jury members were: Richard Raskin, Associate Professor Aarhus University, Department of Information and Media Studies, World’s foremost short film expert; Carsten Holst, general Manager at Filmby Aarhus and Den Vestdanske Filmpulje at Filmby Aarhus, producer of more than 30 titles, has worked with Lars Von Trier; Merete Stubkjær, Producing Chief and Producer at Deluca Film A/S; and Ann Pedersen, Script editor and director, covering various genres within Tv and film, ranging from BBC to feature films, documentaries and short films. For more information visit us at www.shortfilmchallenge.dk, or follow us on Facebook or twitter: https://www.facebook.com/AarhusShortFilmChallenge https://twitter.com/AarhusShortFilm

Key

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Original, visually compelling, & tell a stories in a memorable manner. Directed by Aivis Grisevs & Dainius Vitkevicius, the short film received an honorable mention in the 2012 Autumn edition of the Aarhus Short Film Challenge. The film was based on the topics Time and Envy. 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 Autumn 2012 edition theme was Time, and the jury members were: Richard Raskin, Associate Professor Aarhus University, Department of Information and Media Studies, World’s foremost short film expert; Carsten Holst, general Manager at Filmby Aarhus and Den Vestdanske Filmpulje at Filmby Aarhus, producer of more than 30 titles, has worked with Lars Von Trier; Merete Stubkjær, Producing Chief and Producer at Deluca Film A/S; and Ann Pedersen, Script editor and director, covering various genres within Tv and film, ranging from BBC to feature films, documentaries and short films. For more information visit us at www.shortfilmchallenge.dk, or follow us on Facebook or twitter: https://www.facebook.com/AarhusShortFilmChallenge https://twitter.com/AarhusShortFilm

Dharma

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Original, visually compelling, & tell a stories in a memorable manner. Directed by Filip Hillesland, the short film received an honorable mention in the 2012 Autumn edition of the Aarhus Short Film Challenge. The film was based on the topics Time and Energy. 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 Autumn 2012 edition theme was Time, and the jury members were: Richard Raskin, Associate Professor Aarhus University, Department of Information and Media Studies, World’s foremost short film expert; Carsten Holst, general Manager at Filmby Aarhus and Den Vestdanske Filmpulje at Filmby Aarhus, producer of more than 30 titles, has worked with Lars Von Trier; Merete Stubkjær, Producing Chief and Producer at Deluca Film A/S; and Ann Pedersen, Script editor and director, covering various genres within Tv and film, ranging from BBC to feature films, documentaries and short films. For more information visit us at www.shortfilmchallenge.dk, or follow us on Facebook or twitter: https://www.facebook.com/AarhusShortFilmChallenge https://twitter.com/AarhusShortFilm

Today I'm You

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Stunning animation, serious issue treated with wonderful playfulness in the dialogue. Original, memorable. Made by Rolf Blume-Jensen, the short film won the Talent Prize in the 2012 Autumn edition of the Aarhus Short Film Challenge. The film was based on the topics Time and Mystic. 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 Autumn 2012 edition theme was Time, and the jury members were: Richard Raskin, Associate Professor Aarhus University, Department of Information and Media Studies, World’s foremost short film expert; Carsten Holst, general Manager at Filmby Aarhus and Den Vestdanske Filmpulje at Filmby Aarhus, producer of more than 30 titles, has worked with Lars Von Trier; Merete Stubkjær, Producing Chief and Producer at Deluca Film A/S; and Ann Pedersen, Script editor and director, covering various genres within Tv and film, ranging from BBC to feature films, documentaries and short films. For more information visit us at www.shortfilmchallenge.dk, or follow us on Facebook or twitter: https://www.facebook.com/AarhusShortFilmChallenge https://twitter.com/AarhusShortFilm

Prime Time

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Subtle, yet very moving. Simple, from the heart. Able to touch the audience. Unpretentious. Flawless storytelling. Made by Mette Mikkelsen and Andreas Felfoss Bargmann, the short film won the Grand Prize in the 2012 Autumn edition of the Aarhus Short Film Challenge. The film was based on the topics Time and Passion. 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 Autumn 2012 edition theme was Time, and the jury members were: Richard Raskin, Associate Professor Aarhus University, Department of Information and Media Studies, World’s foremost short film expert; Carsten Holst, general Manager at Filmby Aarhus and Den Vestdanske Filmpulje at Filmby Aarhus, producer of more than 30 titles, has worked with Lars Von Trier; Merete Stubkjær, Producing Chief and Producer at Deluca Film A/S; and Ann Pedersen, Script editor and director, covering various genres within Tv and film, ranging from BBC to feature films, documentaries and short films. For more information visit us at www.shortfilmchallenge.dk Follow us on Facebook or twitter: https://www.facebook.com/AarhusShortFilmChallenge https://twitter.com/AarhusShortFilm

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The top ten films of the Aarhus Short Film Challenge are here for you leisurely viewing! The Aarhus Short Film Challenge is an international event that is centered 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 Time, and each team had an individual topic randomly allocated. Both had to form an integral part of the short film. The jury members were: Richard Raskin, Associate Professor Aarhus University, Department of Information and Media Studies, World’s foremost short film expert; Carsten Holst, general Manager at Filmby Aarhus and Den Vestdanske Filmpulje at Filmby Aarhus, producer of more than 30 titles, has worked with Lars Von Trier; Merete Stubkjær, Producing Chief and Producer at Deluca Film A/S; and Ann Pedersen, Script editor and director, covering various genres within TV and film, ranging from BBC to feature films, documentaries and short films. For more information please visit us at: http://www.shortfilmchallenge.dk/ https://www.facebook.com/AarhusShortFilmChallenge

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