WINNER OF THE JURY AWARD 2022: Untitled, Ditte Johanne Krogh Bertelsen, Denmark
WINNER OF THE AUDIENCE AWARD: Life Perfect Before And After, Jaime Bautista, United States
JURY AWARD 2022
Ditte Johanne Krogh Bertelsen, Denmark
AUDIENCE AWARD 2022
Life Perfect Before And After,
J. F. Bautista, United States
Helene Moltke-Leth (born 1973)
Award-winning film director, artist, composer, and writer based in Copenhagen. She has received 9 international awards, and her work has been presented at over 50 film, art and poetry festivals globally. One of Denmark’s first female DJ’s, she began her career as a radio host for the Danish Broadcasting Corporation and played an important role in the rise of the country’s electronic music scene. Educated at the National Film School of Denmark, she has for the past two decades earned recognition for her artworks spanning short films, poetry, photography, fine art and sound production
With an interdisciplinary approach, she is known for her strong visual language and rhythmic sensibility. Her original films and artworks address the challenges we face as individuals and as a society in modern culture. She has led production teams and collaborated with artists and cultural institutions to explore new ways of experiencing art and culture
Eric Andersen (Antwerp 1940)
Performance, installation and InterMedia artist and one of the founders of Fluxus. He lives and works in Copenhagen, Denmark. .
Since 1960 he participated in over 500 events and exhibitions all over the world. In his Opus works from the early 60s, he investigated primarily the open interaction between performer and audience. In November 1962, for the first time, he participated in a Fluxus concert at the Festum Fluxorum in the Nikolai Kirke, Copenhagen, and in subsequent years he was involved in a number of Fluxus festivals and actions. From 1962 to 1966, he cooperated closely with Arthur Köpcke. In the late 1960s, Andersen was active in Mail Art, and since the 1970s he has devoted much of his work to an investigation of geographical space.
Suvi Andrea Helminen (born 1976)
Danish director and editor, graduated in documentary filmmaking from the National Film School of Denmark in 2003.
Suvi Andrea Helminen was also a fellow at MIT Open Documentary Lab, a group that explores innovative film formats, bringing technologists, storytellers, and scholars together to advance the new arts of documentary.
Suvi Andrea Helminen specializes in interactive film formats and the creation of collective and social experiences. Amongst other things she has worked as a film commissioner at Filmværkstedet in Copenhagen and enjoys facilitating creative processes. Her work has taken her from Tanzania to Kyrgyzstan, Norway, Australia, Argentina, Mexico, USA, Italy, the North Pole, and other places.
All films can be watched from the screens installed at subway platforms and inside cars of Seoul subway lines 5-8 from Sept. 28 through Oct. 21
10 jury selected films from 2021:
The most sensual getaway by Teresa Leung,
BALLON by Botir Abdurahmonov, The photo by Borna, 1975 of my mother and me by Jun-Yuan Hong, The phantom of my opera by Yelena Myshko, Compromising by Qiran Xu, The flood by Jan Willem Deiman, Migration by Sajjad dadpour, How do you feel? by Pascalle Bonnier, and Forms beyond me 2 by Signe Maria Friis
10 ultra-shorts of just ONE SECOND from our sister festival in Spain one-OFF:
It’s time by Benna Gaean Maris, Plant by Eric van Zuilen, Af-No-0 by Jürgen Trautwein, The illusion of time by Lin Li, Larger than Life Memories by Linda Truong, Zap! by Nina Sobell, Box by Osvaldo Cibils, Sensitive content by Shalala Salamzadeh, Progress!Progress! by Timo Kahlen and Conjure by Tobias C. van Veen
Participating at the international competition from 60Seconds 2021 entrances:
The Backstage Reality by Anne Fehres, Time by Petra de Nijs and Liquidity by Paul Wiersbinski.
Participating at the ESG competition from 60Seconds 2021 entrances:
Direction Right by Timo Rytkönen, A Burning Hope by Collin Bradford, Drumer by Ivan Baranov