Award for Weijia Ma at DOK Leipzig

02.11.2020

The documentary animation film, a Chinese-French co-production, deals with China’s one-child policy from the perspective of two young girls and thus has a very personal connection to the filmmaker’s history.

Screenshot aus dem DOK Leipzig-Interview

DOK Leipzig is an annual festival for documentaries and animations that celebrates film and promotes debate. For over 60 years, the festival focuses on the values of peace, tolerance, human dignity and freedom of expression, along with a strong, individual artistic signature of the filmmakers.

The Silver Dove in the newly introduced “Golden Section” Competition for the Audience Award Short Documentary and Animated Film comes with 1,500 euros in prize money, was donated by the Leipziger Gesellschaft zur Förderung der Filmkunst e. V.

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Lecturer Victor Brigola awarded the “FEP Photo Book Prize”

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Generative KI und die Künste: Eine kulturtheoretische Perspektive – von Dozent Dr. Jürgen Riethmüller

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Absolvent Cem Kaya wird mit dem Grimme-Preis ausgezeichnet

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26.02.2024

Prof. Mario Doulis research stay in Japan

February 21-22 2024, I stayed at RIEC to test the shared VR application MeetSpace (working title), that was partially carried out under the RIEC International Cooperative Research Project (ITL) “Physical...