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What is Aarhus Short Film Challenge

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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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Join us this Thursday October 11th at 17:00 for another inspiring workshop on film-making: "Think as an Editor as you Make a Film" This time, local Jesper Maintz will talk about an "Editor Approach" towards making films with and the benefits of thinking as an editor. In addition, Jesper will talk about the importance of sound and music while editing a film and for the final result. If you can't make it to the workshop - No problem! It will be live streamed on: http://www.blogtv.com/people/AarhusShortFilmChallenge

A message from Jesper Maintz

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Made by James Friend Jefferys, the short film won honourable mention 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

Musicians Don't Dream (Musician)

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Made by Bolette Louise Dyrberg, the short film won the Talent 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

Pure (Silver)

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