Posts tagged "interview"
„A good short film stands out immediately.” - an interview with Laurence Reymond

„A good short film stands out immediately.” – an interview with Laurence Reymond

The truly Cannes part of our World of Shorts Cannes 2013 issue is going on our blog with an interview by Zsuzsanna Deák and Cristina Grosan who where talking with somebody who does something very relevant and interesting. So, you know, here it is: We met Laurence Reymond, the short film selector for Quinzaine des...
Plan under 15 minutes! - an interview with Maryna Vroda

Plan under 15 minutes! – an interview with Maryna Vroda

Read an interview by Anita Libor which is featured in the Cannes section of our World of Shorts magazine. Maryna Vroda is the director of Cross County, a short film about running, which won the Palme d’Or at the Cannes Film Festival in 2010. Regarding storytelling, Cross Country is a very peculiar film. Was it...
Daazo presents: Pitch Page Cannes - Snails

Daazo presents: Pitch Page Cannes – Snails

Through 7 days starting from May 15th, we are presenting the best 7 Pitch Pages which made the print version of our World of Shorts Magazine. We’ll have interviews with the filmmakers as well! Straight from Ukraine, Maria Stepanska is aiming to get her short “Snails” produced. We hope that her great-looking Pitch Page gets her...
Daazo presents: Pitch Page Cannes - Nina&Ondro

Daazo presents: Pitch Page Cannes – Nina&Ondro

Through 7 days starting from May 15th, we are presenting the best 7 Pitch Pages which made the print version of our World of Shorts Magazine. We’ll have interviews with the filmmakers as well! Stay tuned, and now, read about Nina&Ondro from Slovakia. Nina&Ondro has a €70,000 budget and a big chunk of that (€50,000)...
„A playground for creativity” – how shorts challenge the minds of filmmakers

„A playground for creativity” – how shorts challenge the minds of filmmakers

This is the whole and unabridged version of the interview published in World of Shorts – the Cannes issue. Bobby Marko is not your average filmmaker. A career-musician who re-invented himself as a visual „composer”, approaching the challenge of shooting films without the traditional reservations of old Hollywood and with cutting-edge tools that re-shape the...
Application for the Berlinale Residency 2013 Is Now Open

Application for the Berlinale Residency 2013 Is Now Open

Remember Matias Bize, a director from Chile who talked about his experencies at the Berlinale Residency for filmmakers in our latest edition of World of Shorts?  Now you have the chance to apply for a 3 month stay in Berlin to get your new film made, just like he did. Open publication – Free publishing...
„A good short film makes me react” – an interview with Zaida Bergroth

„A good short film makes me react” – an interview with Zaida Bergroth

Zaida Bergroth’s retrospective at Tampere Film Festival features three short films from the years 2004 and 2006. Glass Jaw and Heavy Metal deal with teenage angst, whereas The Town Manager is a part of a series of films inspired by different political parties. Bergroth’s Carte Blanche is a compilation of her favorite short fiction and...
Feeling the Responsibility and Honouring Traditions

Feeling the Responsibility and Honouring Traditions

Preparing for a new edition of the Tampere Film Festival. An interview with Jukka-Pekka Laakso. Tampere is the oldest short film festival in Europe. What was the most fascinating moment of the past 44 years? It probably was the first film screened at the very first festival. Personally, it is really hard to say. There...
Take your time. Work hard. Make a good film.

Take your time. Work hard. Make a good film.

Matias Bize, coming right out of Chile, is one of the 6 filmmakers who took part in the Berlinale Residency this year where he started working on his fifth feature film. Besides catching up on how Berlin has got his imagination going, we also went back to the beginning of his career, short films and...
Opening to the Arab World

Opening to the Arab World

The Film Prize of the Robert Bosch Stiftung is in the quest for new territories. An interview with Karin Angela Schyle. This year you are going to organise the award ceremony of the Film Prize during the Berlinale Talent Campus.  If you look back at the previous year, what were the milestones of the Film...