Film competitions

ALMENE HJEM

Her kan du finde de 12 finalister fra konkurrencen Almene Hjem. I december 2018 udskrev Copenhagen Architecture Festival konkurrencen Almene Hjem, hvor folk blev opfordret til at deltage med max 60 sekunders film om livet i danske almene boligbyggerier anno 2019. Filmene blev udvalgt af en jury bestående af tidl. stadsarkitekt Tina Saaby, Arkitekt og TV-vært Ane Cortzen, filminstruktør Chadi Abdul Karim og festivaldirektør Josephine Michau. Almene boliger udgør hjemmet for 1 million danskere. Disse film udgør en mindre potpourri af hverdagsfortællinger derudefra og er et vidnesbyrd om vores fælles kulturarv og velfærdshistorie.

PUBLIC HOMES

Here you can find the 12 finalists from the competition, Public Homes. In December 2018, Copenhagen Architecture Festival launched the competition where people were encouraged to participate with a film of maximum 60 seconds about life in public housing in 2019. Public housing is home for over one million Danes. The films were selected by a jury consisting of former city architect Tina Saaby, Architect and TV-host Ane Cortzen, Film Director Chadi Abdul Karim as well as festival director Josephine Michau. These films comprise a small potpourri of everyday stories from the lives in public housing and are a testimony of our shared cultural heritage and our history of welfare.

MIT KØBENHAVN

I 2017 udskrev Copenhagen Architecture Festival en konkurrence sammen med DSB om at lave et filmportræt af København på max 60 sekunder, der hed MIT KØBENHAVN. 58 foreslag kom ind og af dem valgte en kvalificeret jury bestående af tidl. stadsarkitekt Tina Saaby, filminstruktør Andreas Dalsgaard og festivaldirektør Josephine Michau 12 film til at gå videre. Af dem kunne publikum stemme på deres favorit. Birk Nielsens fine og personlige københavnerportræt vandt.

MY COPENHAGEN

In 2017, Copenhagen Architecture Festival launched a competition in collaboration with DSB (Danish State Railways) on creating a film portrait of Copenhagen in no more than 60 seconds, called MY COPENHAGEN (Mit København). We received 58 films, and a qualified jury consisting of former city architect Tina Saaby, film director Andreas Dalsgaard, and festival director Josephine Michau, selected 12 films to move forward in the second round of the competition. The public voted for their favorite, and the personal portrait of Copenhagen by Birk Nielsen won the competition.