08.10.2014 Winners are honored with the 3rd Intervideo Young Talent Award
On 26 September 2014 it finally happened. Intervideo Filmproduktion had invited filmmakers for the award ceremony of the 3rd Intervideo Young Talent Award to Mainz. The newcomers from morning had to come to pick up their trophies.
In the cinema the creative universe of the film juniors were unfolded, which under the competition's motto "Tomorrow we'll see - changes" presented successful experimental and ambitious on the way between fiction and documentary, between analysis and change, between experiment and reality in their films.
Professor Dr. Thomas Meder, jury member, awarded the first prize in the category fiction, which was given to "Room without a view" by Johannes Bachmann. Meder was saying in his statement, changes always first would begin in the mind. He also was impressed by the consistently high level of submissions.
Winner of the animation category was "Teatime" by Marcel Knüdeler, Thomas Schienagel, Marie Kister and Willfried Pollan, the show in its precise animated story that they control every element of the development process of this film genre. In the category documentation won "Loly H." by Marie Elisa Scheidt, and in the category experimental convinced "A Film" by Franziska Kabisch most the jury.
Many submissions revealed that the young filmmakers understand to visualize in movies their messages to the changes in society and to move something in the minds of others. Many of the films could not shown at the ceremony. But they will stay in mind of the sighting and organization team - such as the documentary "Ecuador with eyes closed" by Daniel Chamorro or the fictional work "After the first blaze" from Doria-Svetlana Achour. The secret movie favorite of Intervideo became the third place in the fiction category "97%" from Ben Brand.
After the award ceremony, the entertainment band TripAdLip occurs with real-time electro. They electrified not only the young guests on the dance floor, also brought the nearby "Meenzer Doom to wiggle".
We want to thank all the young filmmakers for their participation and all award winners for their attendance at the award ceremony.
02.10.14 Award ceremony of the 3rd Intervideo Young Talent Award
Finally it was time! On September 26, the third Intervideo Young Award has been awarded to the winners in Cine Mayence in Mainz, which would get an excellent start to their filmmaking.
Successful, experimental and ambitious presented on its way between fiction and documentary, between analysis and change, between experiment and reality in his first works. - In the cinema, the creative universe of the film juniors, which under the slogan "Change Tomorrow we'll see" unfolded.
The winners, their video posts and pictures of the award ceremony and the celebration will be published next week on this website.
We congratulate all the winners very much!
02.09.2014 Winners of the 3rd Intervideo Young Talent Award determined by the jury
The Young Talent Award jury consisting of Prof. Dr. Thomas Meder, Roland Blum and Gudrun Winter, met on August 27th and determined the winners. In the four categories of documentary, fiction, animation and experimental shortfilm were awarded first, second and third places. The invitations to all winners are out. The winners, the films and trailers of the shortlist films are available after the ceremony on the Young Talent Award website. We look forward to the award ceremony on September 26th here in Mainz with all the winners!
15.08.2014 The shortlist is set
The exciting viewing of all film submissions is completed. In 406 shortfilms, international film talents from 50 countries has dealt with the competition theme "changes" in the four categories of documentation, fiction, animation and experimental work.
Congratulations to all finalists! For the independent jury we could win, Prof. Dr. Thomas Meder, professor of media theory at the University of Applied Sciences Mainz, Roland Blum from the department of design and computer science at the RheinMain University of Applied Sciences, Gudrun Winter, head of shortfilm festival “Shorts at Moonlight”and Armin Riegel, a freelance editor. The jury will view in the next days the ten best films from each category once again, to vote on August 27, together the final winners. The award ceremony will take place on the 26th of September as part of the 50th Intervideo anniversary.
01.03.2014 Third competition has started
The competition for young film talents! Under the title “Tomorrow is a New Day – Realities, Visions, Utopias” Intervideo Filmproduktion instituted a new prize to encourage young talent in film, media and design in 2009 for the first time. The competition will take place every two to three years.
Feel free to download the competition application documents.