March 12, 2015 - Film Festival Oberhausen - e-flux Prize
March 12, 2015

e-flux Prize

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61st International Short Film Festival Oberhausen
30 April–5 May 2015

New prize in Oberhausen: e-flux Prize to be awarded in the International Competition

Internationale Kurzfilmtage Oberhausen
Grillostr. 34
46045 Oberhausen

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The International Short Film Festival Oberhausen is proud to announce that a new prize will be awarded in the International Competition of its 61st edition: the e-flux Prize, endowed with 3,000 euros. The e-flux Prize constitutes a pioneering collaboration between a film festival known for its artistic focus and a platform dedicated to the discussion, dissemination, and production of contemporary art.

The prize will be awarded by the festival’s International Jury to exceptional film and video works which reshape the poetic and electric potential of moving images in the age of planetary circulation of information.

The Jury
George Clark, author and curator (Tate Modern), London
Kati T. Kivinen, author and curator (kiasma), Helsinki
Chan-Kyong Park, filmmaker and curator (Mediacity Biennale), Seoul
Andréa Picard, author and curator (Wavelengths), Toronto
Marta Ponsa, author and curator (Jeu de Paume), Paris

The International Competition is the oldest and biggest of the five Festival competitions, annually comprising around 60 to 70 new works from all over the world. The competition line-up 2015 will be announced on 18 March 2015. 

Press contact:
Oberhausen: Sabine Niewalda, T +49 (0)208 825 3073/ 3049 / niewalda [​at​]

61st International Short Film Festival Oberhausen
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