2009 Jury Award selection for 60Seconds

Telephone girl by Steen Møller Rasmussen, (DK).

Selected for the 60Seconds Jury Award 2009

Acuarium by André Uerba, (Portugal).

Selected for the 60Seconds Jury Award 2009

 

No thanks I am not hungry by Lea Binzer (GR)

Selected for the 60Seconds Jury Award 2009

To bricks by Anders Malmberg (DK)

Selected for the 60Seconds Jury Award 2009

Empired by Lennard Grahn (DK)

Selected for the 60Seconds Jury Award 2009

Untitled # 2 by Torben Kjærgaard (DK)

Winner of the 60Seconds Jury Award 2009

The Water Puddle by Thomas Høst, (DK)

Selected for the 60Seconds Jury Award 2009

 

XY by Mette Carla T. Albrechtsen (DK) Audience Award winner.

Selected for the 60Seconds Jury Award 2009

My secret Shame by Frank Molino (DK)

Selected for the 60Seconds Jury Award 2009

The wall movement by Anders Malmberg, (DK)

Selected for the 60Seconds Jury Award 2009

Jury for 60Seconds 2009

INGEN FRYGT

Art group founded in 2001 by Hannah Heilmann, Anna María Helgadóttir and Sigrún Gudbrandsdóttir. During the first years, the group focused on various design assignments and on making the perfect music video, and won a couple of prizes while trying. The group later moved on from making artwork for others to become a genuine art group with many exhibitions in and outside Denmark. In 2010 all the members decided to leave the group, but the estate of Ingen Frygt work has continuously been exhibited with retrospective selections.

Max Kestner

Director. Graduated in documentary from the National Film School of Denmark, 1997. Lecturer at the National Film School of Denmark. Worked for DR TV, where he made "The Party" (2000) and "Supergeil" (1997-1998).

"Max by chance" (2004) was chosen for First Appearance at IDFA Amsterdam and received a GuldDok for Best Short Documentary at CPH:DOX, 2004. His film "The World in Denmark" (2007) received a Danish Robert for Best Short Film.

 

Mikkel Munch-Fals

Born 1972, Denmark. Graduate from the Arts Faculty, Copenhagen University. Munch-Fals is an artist, illustrator, writer and filmcritic. Munch-Fals' directorial debut "Ynglinge"/"First Flush" was winner of Best Short Fiction Award at festivals in San Miguel de Allende, Mexico and Tampere, Finland.

In 2010 his feature film debut "Smukke mennesker"/"Nothing's All Bad" was selected for London and Los Angeles festivals and brought home a Special Mention from San Sebastian International Film Festival. At the Palm Springs Film Festival, the film won the New Voices New Visions Award.

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