56th International Short Film Festival Oberhausen
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56th International Short Film Festival Oberhausen
Amnesia, Cordelia Swann

Amnesia, Cordelia Swann

A total of 145 works from 40 countries will vie for awards worth 40,500 euros at the 56th International Short Film Festival Oberhausen. Five competitions will be held this year: the International Competition, German Competition, NRW Competition, Children’s and Youth Film Competition and the MuVi Award for best German music video. Open to all themes and genres, and for film as well as video formats, Oberhausen’s competitions attract entries covering the full spectrum of the short form today. The nominees have been chosen from over 5,400 submissions received from 86 countries.

British entries in the International Competition include:

Amnesia, Cordelia Swann, 2009, 7’30”
Den mörka ön,  Jöns Mellgren, 2009, 9’30”
Electric Light Wonderland, Susanna Wallin, 2009, 12
Flag Mountain, John Smith, 2010, 8’30”
Fly in the Sky, Vera Neubauer, 2010, 5′
Monolog, Laure Prouvost, 2009, 9′
The Shutdown, Adam Stafford, 2009, 10′
Transmission for Year 0,  Emily McMehen / Geoffrey Sautner, 2009, 12′

A complete list of all films selected for the competitions can be found at www.kurzfilmtage.de

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