Welcome back everyone. We were absent last week, because we were busy while our short film festival took place last week. We look back at a succesful edition with many inspiring film progams, a VR program, many Q&A’s, discussions and so much more. This week we’ll look back to last week with our Short Shot Focus of this week Coke Habit, a film that was screened during our annual Industry Day last friday. Read more…
10 years, 1 week! For the final blogpost before the festival, we had an interview with Kirsten, our festival director and one of the founders of our Go Short International Short Film Festival Nijmegen. We spoke about the early beginning and one of her favorite short films named Brother Of Mine, directed by the Swedish Jens Jonsson.
10 years, 2 weeks! We are getting closer and closer to our festival. Every year at Go Short we have aside from a filmmaker in focus, one or multiple countries in focus as well. Last year our country in focus was Spain and one of these Spanish programmed films called Duck Crossing (2010) is this week’s focus. A documentary or should I say mockumentary about one type of actor in the movies that is often overlooked, the duck!
10 years, 3 weeks! 3 weeks left to our festival and we will celebrate our 10 year jubilee with special blog posts in the next weeks. What would a film festival be without its programmers? Well, this week the spotlights are on Wouter Jansen, head of competition programs.
10 years, 4 weeks! 4 weeks left to our festival and we will celebrate our 10 year jubilee with special blog posts in the next weeks. In this week we will shine a light at one of our standouts of last year, Zara Dwinger. Her short film LIV is the focus of the blogpost this week.
10 years, 5 weeks! 5 weeks left to our festival and we will celebrate our 10 year jubilee with special blog posts in the next weeks. Outside of our competition programs we put every year one or multiple filmmakers in focus. In 2012 our filmmaker in focus was the British Daniel Mulloy. This week we’ll take a look at one of his films: Antonio’s Breakfast.