60Seconds and no sound, a festival in the urban space:
FRAME & Vision at Copenhagen Photo Festival
Copenhagen Photo Festival opens with a big party on June 7th. at Photo City, Gasværksgrunden on Østerbro with speeches, music, and cool drinks! Join us for a celebration of films from our archives on Thursday at 5 PM - 9 PM.
FRAME & Vision consist of 30 videos selected from the 60Seconds archive, (2006-2018). Most of the videos have never been shown before at 60seconds Festival.
Adam Olsson (DK), Ann Seemholt (DK), Antoni Hidalgo (Spain), Christine Bach Hornsved (DK), Clare Aimée (Iceland), Eli Maria Lundgaard (Sweden), Embla Taxholm & Kamile Ojala (DK), Evalajka Pervin (DK), Giorgos Efthimiou (Greecee), Henrik Brix (DK), Igor Radosavljevic (DK), Juan Hein (DK/Argentina), Jurg Slabbert (Germany), Lidia Ortega (Spain), Lindon Shimizu (Finland/Brazil), Lizette Bryrup (DK), Magdalena Wyszynska (DK/Poland), Malgorzata Zurada (Poland), Marina Botes (DK), Martin Rørtoft (DK), Montserrat Rodríguez (Spain),Ole Schwander (DK), Steen Møller Rasmussen (DK), Roland Wegerer (Austria), Ruela (Portugal), Ruxandra Mitache (Switzerland), Sana Ghobbeh (Belgium/Iran), Tatsunori Hosoi (USA), Thierry Geoffroy (DK/France), Thomas Seest (DK).
From 7-17 June at Photo City – Understationen, Nyborggade 13-København Ø, 2100
From 11-18, wednesday 13-21
Presenting ten best videos selected by the festival jury, and ten one second videos from One-Off Festival curated by the 60seconds team.
Spain: Valencia, Angel Guimera metro station.
Musiktorvet by Amagerbio,
Trangravsbroen in Christianshavn,
KØS – museum in Køge,
Frederiksberg Bibliotek at Frederiksberg,
Verdens Kulturcenter and
Since its conception, the organisers of 60Seconds Festival have experimented with manifold possibilities for urban projections - embraced and enhanced by the vibrant city of Copenhagen. Every year the festival´s style of expression is redefined through a creative process for our ultimate audience, the city passerby!
A Metro festival in its first 2 years, 60Seconds Festival gradually evolved into its current blueprint. Every year exciting opportunities and creative methods have helped weave the festival's films into the fabric of our metropolis. In 2017 we proudly celebrate the 10 year anniversary of 60Seconds Festival.
The ultra-short story with its format of one minute without sound, opens up a dialogue with the viewer and gives artists the opportunity to show films in public spaces where both the locals and the city’s visitors get busy with the business of living and exploring.
60seconds is a Short Film Festival showcasing 10 shortlisted films in urban spaces in and around Copenhagen. It is the only one of its kind, where silent, 60 second films and their projections in an urban setting are an integral part of the festival’s concept.
We are proud to collaborate with profesional video artists and filmakers for each edition of the festival. They are the core of every festival since is throug the selection and vision that the festival is presented in the streets.
The jury apoints the10 best films to be screened at public spaces and the winner of the Jury Award of 15,000 Danish Krone.
The Audience Award of 8,000 Danish Krone is selected an on line votation.
The ultra-short story with its format of one minute without sound, opens up a dialogue with the viewer and gives artists the opportunity to show films in public spaces where both the locals and the city’s visitors get busy with the business of living and exploring. 60Seconds Festival experiments with manifold possibilities for urban projections during the dark winter months - embraced and enhanced by the vibrant city of Copenhagen.