60Seconds Jury for 2018


One-Off Festival

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From 19-25th. February 2018

60Seconds Festival Prize Award

February 25- at 17:30 h.

at VerdensKulturCentret

Nørre Alle 7, 2200 Copenhagen, Denmark

(entrance free)


60Seconds Festival 2018 invites you to come celebrate as we announce the Prize Award winners and mark the end of the festival week.

Ten international short films will be competing to win -

Jury Award of 15,000 DKK &

Audience Award of 8,000 DKK.


Denmark-Venues/projections at:


Metro Stations:

Forum, Lergravsparken, Amagerbro and Christianshavns Metro


Urban projections:

Musiktorvet by Amagerbio, Trangravsbroen in Christianshavn, Biblioteket Frederiksberg, Verdens Kulturcenter, KØS – museum in Køge, and Kulturværftet, Helsingør.

Spain: Valencia, Angel Guimera metro station.


# One Minute

# One second

# No Sound

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Nicole N. Horanyi


Director. Born 15/4 1977. Graduated as documentary director from the National Film School of Denmark in 2007.

Horanyi has directed the documentaries "The Devilles" (2009) and "Au Pair" (2011) both screened at a number of different international festivals, her documentary "Motley's Law" (2015) won a Grand Jury Prize Award at DOC NYC and a Alliance of Women Film Journalists' EDA Award. Her last film "The Stranger" (2017), won the Viewfinders Grand Jury Prize at DOC NYC 2017.



Kim Foss


Kim Foss started his career in the music business, running and curating independent film clubs and working as a freelance journalist. He was hired to run and curate the newly established NatFilm Festival in 1993, for which he worked for 13 years turning it into the largest film festival in Denmark. Simultaneously he served as a film critic and journalist for the daily newspapers Det Fri Aktuelt and Jyllands-Posten. In 2003 he co-founded the festival CPH:DOX. Since 2006 he has worked as the managing director of Grand Teatret in Copenhagen as well as the company’s distribution arm, Camera Film.



Ann Lislegaard


Ann Lislegaard is a contemporary artist living and working in Copenhagen, Denmark and New York City, US. She is known for her 3D film animations and sound-light installations often departing from ideas found in science fiction. She finds in Science fiction an alternative approach to language, narration, gender roles and concepts of the future.

Some of her latest international solo shows includes MOCAD – Museum of Contemporary Art Detroit, Detroit, MI, US, Kyoto Art Center, Kyoto, Japan, Tel Aviv Museum, Tel Aviv, Israel. Her upcoming next major international exhibition will be at Belgrade Biennale, September 2018.


The concept of 60Seconds Festival is unchanging and stays true to its original format.

All films are subject to a theme. They cannot be longer than 60 seconds, and must be without sound.


Participating artists are challenged to find creative, new ways to create their works.

All films entering the competition must relate to the theme chosen for that given year.


The 10 films shown during 60Seconds Festival will be voted in by a professional jury of artists and film directors in the panel for that year.

The 10 best one-minute films are shortlisted out of approximately 140 submissions from all around the world, and gives form to the composition of film material presented to an urban audience during the festival week, setting the tone for that year's festival.

The film winning the Jury Award is chosen by the panel.

The jury will also appoint the films that will participate in the Audience Award.

The films will be screened via the 60Seconds Festival website and put to public vote.


Jury Award - 15.000 DKK.


Audience Award - 8.000 DKK.


60Seconds Festival is an international competition, inviting the participation of filmmakers and film enthusiasts from Denmark as well as abroad.

One of the festival's goals is to find new talent and offer them a platform to share their artwork with a wider audience.