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Jury for Konkurrencen 2011

Caroline Sascha Cogez

Danish/ French director and artist Caroline Sascha Cogez, graduated from the Danish society of young filmmakers ‘Super16’. Caroline has written and directed numerous award winning short films amongst them ‘ Les Amours Perdus’, ‘Emmalou’ and ‘Mellem Rum’. Her dark and intelligent sense of humor combined with a poetic flavor for style has paraded her films through International Film Festivals and TV channels across the world. Her interest in exploring storytelling has drawn her to working with narrative performances, latest at the art gallery IMO, with her ongoing project ‘Inside the mind of a Pervert’. Cogez has previously been a part of the jury at Odense Film Festival and CPH DOX and was invited as a guest reviewer at DR2s filmmagazine Premiere. Cogez is currently working on her first feature film, and just received a special mention in The Guardian for best shortfilm online for the shortfilm promo ‘Show Stopper’ for the trash electro queen Peaches.

Larissa Sansour.

Born 1973 in Jerusalem, Larissa Sansour studied Fine Art in Copenhagen, London and New York, and earned her MA from New York University. Her work is interdisciplinary, immersed in the current political dialogue and utilizes video art, digital photography, experimental documentary and the internet. Sansour’s work has been exhibited worldwide in galleries, museums as well as film festivals.

Her most notable shows include the Tate Modern in London, UK, the National Museum of Queen Sofia in Madrid, Spain, Arken Musem of Modern Art in Denmark and the Busan Biennial in Korea. Her latest film A Space Exodus was recently nominated in the Best Short category at the Dubai International Film Festival.

Andreas Koefoed-Born.

Born 1979, Denmark. Graduate in documentary direction from the National Film School of Denmark, 2009, and in sociology from Copenhagen University, 2004.

His short films »12 Notes Down« (2008) and »Albert's Winter« (2009) have won awards at festivals worldwide, among them Full Frame Durham, Silverdocs AFI, CPH:DOX and Sheffield DocFest. His last four films were selected for IDFA where two of them were nominated. In 2009 he received the Swedish documentary award Silverfjäril.

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