Posts tagged "Berlinale Shorts"
The official programme of the Berlinale Shorts!

The official programme of the Berlinale Shorts!

The 66th Berlinale International Film Festival is just around the corner (11-21st of February), and it’s getting more and more exciting every day, since they started dropping the names and titles of the privileged programme. And today was one of these amazing moments – they announced the official shortfilms! And one of our young Hungarian talents,...
The winner shorts of the 65th Berlinale!

The winner shorts of the 65th Berlinale!

The 65th Berlinale Film Festival announced the winners of all three short film prizes yesterday. The Daazo team had the chance to watch each one of them live, at the grand festival, so here they are, the three winners. The winner of the Golden Bear Award for Best Short Film: Hosanna, directed by Na Young-kil...
World of Shorts Berlinale 2015 issue is out!

World of Shorts Berlinale 2015 issue is out!

The English-language short film-centred magazine, World of Shorts (WOSH) evolved in 2012 from the blog of Budapest-based short film platform Daazo.com. The copies of WOSH are available at the short film events and screenings of A-list film festivals. The new issue of the magazine appears in February 2015, focusing on the short film programmes of...
The programme for Berlinale Shorts is out!

The programme for Berlinale Shorts is out!

The 65th Berlinale Film Festival announced their shortfilm programme today. The festival will take place from the 5 until the 15th of February, in the heart of Berlin. Here is the official programme: Architektura, Ulu Braun, Germany, 15’ (WP) Bad at Dancing, Joanna Arnow, USA, 11’ (WP) Blood below the Skin, Jennifer Reeder, USA, 32’...
The Jury of Berlinale Shorts is revealed!

The Jury of Berlinale Shorts is revealed!

This year’s International Short Film Jury will award the Golden and the Silver Bear, and the Audi Short Film Award (which will go to a director who has an extraordinary artistic signature, will take home 20,000 euros) It will also nominate a short film for the European Film Awards in the category Best Short Film. The...
Summer Berlinale under the Stars

Summer Berlinale under the Stars

In summer, Berlin is a city of outdoor events. And this includes: the Summer Berlinale at the Open-Air Cinema in Friedrichshain. From July 24 to July 27, this summertime sequel of the Festival will give cineastes another chance to see audience favourites and winners from the Competition, Panorama, Forum, Perspektive Deutsches Kino and Berlinale Shorts – under the stars and...
From love to hatred, from anger to playfulness - Berlinale Shorts never disappoint

From love to hatred, from anger to playfulness – Berlinale Shorts never disappoint

illustration by Ewa Borysewicz Waiting for the Berlinale Shorts screening is always an unbelievably exciting time. It is inspiring to see so many people queuing up for a selection that always turns out to be a breath-taking experience. It was no different in the case of the first Berlinale Shorts screening where five exceptional films...
The Cannes issue of the World of Shorts is out now!

The Cannes issue of the World of Shorts is out now!

Did you know that before this awesome magazine of ours, there was this awesome blog you’re reading right now? The World of Shorts is being released on the event of the Cannes Film Festival. This is the second year we’re releasing a mag for Cannes and the 6th issue in print of them all. Read...
Here Are The Winners of The Berlinale Shorts 2013

Here Are The Winners of The Berlinale Shorts 2013

In 2013 Spanish director Javier Fesser, Korean documentary cinematographer Hong Hyosook as well as German art historian Susanne Pfeffer have picked the winners: GOLDEN BEAR for the Best Short Film La Fugue (The Runaway) by Jean-Bernard Marlin THE JURY PRIZE (Silver Bear) die ruhe bleibt (remains quiet) by Stefan Kriekhaus     BERLIN SHORT FILM...
The future of filmmaking lies in its past

The future of filmmaking lies in its past

We spoke to the curator of Berlinale Shorts, Maike Mia Höhne to find out more about this year’s selection nad the current state of filmmaking. THE FUN PART One morning we get a phone call in the office. Barbara, our colleague from the Datacenter calls: “Why do you want to give an accreditation to Joao...