For its third edition film festival Go Short will put the
spotlight on three talented Dutch directors: Arne Toonen, Hanro
Smitsman (winner of the Golden Berlin Bear Award in 2007) and
Danyael Sugawara. Also there will be a special selection of
stop-motion films and Portuguese shorts. Go Short - International
Short Film Festival Nijmegen will take place from 16-20 March 2011
in Nijmegen, The Netherlands.
The Dutch filmmakers Arne Toonen, Hanro Smitsman and Danyael
On Saturday night 20 March, the winners of the Go Short awards were announced during an exciting presentation. In arthouse LUX in Nijmegen awards were handed out to seven filmmakers. The jury's were very pleased with the high quality of the selected short films.
Winner of the NPS/ Go Short Award for Best European Short Film: Fiction
Seeds Of The Fall (Patrik Eklund, Sweden, 2009)
"A surprisingly deadpan well structured comedy that deals with human shortcomings."
During the second edition of Go Short – International Short Film Festival Nijmegen, ambassador Waldemar Torenstra is reinforced by Isolde Hallensleben and filmmaker Danyael Sugawara. Sugawara directed numerous short films and made his debut in 2009 with his first feature film Alles Stroomt, for which he received the public award at the Dutch Film Festival in Utrecht. Additionally, Danyael and Isolde star in the festival trailer, now available at the festival website: www.goshort.nl
After last year's success, the new edition of Go Short film festival is almost here. The second edition of this annual film festival will take place from 17 till 21 March 2010 in Nijmegen, The Netherlands. With over more than 900 films send in from all over Europe Go Short is tying the knots to finalize the competition program. The films for the out of competition program are set and special guests have been invited.
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