49 museums from 20 European countries participated at the 5th edition of the Museums in Short Award – European contest for short videos produced by/for/with museums. The awarding ceremony will take place in Piran/Slovenia on the 31st of August 2018,
hosting by the International foundation Forum of Slavic Cultures and Piran Municipality.
The Jury – international group of Museum, Media and Video professionals selected 12 finalists, divided in three categories: promotional (trailers communicating museums, their exhibitions or events), exhibits (short video realized for permanent or temporary exhibition) and storytelling (short narratives in video format – fictional documentaries, interviews, motion graphics, animations, etc.).
The winners in each category will be announced at the ceremony in Piran (Slovenia) on the 31st of August 2018 on the open-air venue. Special Public Audience cerfiticate will be handed to the winner of the on-line voting. 12 best videos will
be uploaded to the social channels and voting platform.
MUSEUMS IN SHORT 2018 – FINALISTS
- Aarhus Stories Case Film / Den Gamle By, Aarhus (Denmark)
- Seeing with a Japanese Eye / Van Gogh Museum, Amsterdam (The Netherlands)
- West Coast Stories / Tirpitz, Tirpitzvej Blavand (Denmark)
- Centre del Carme Contemporary Culture of València / Centre del Carme Contemporary Culture of València, València (Spain)
- Museum of Puppetry / Museum of Puppetry, Ljubljana (Slovenia)
- Riga Motor Museum’s Amazing Adventure / Riga Motor Museum, Riga (Latvia)
- States of Mind. Poetics of the self from Previati to Boccioni / Fondazione Ferrara Arte - Palazzo dei Diamanti, Ferrara (Italy)
- Tracing the footsteps of Human Society / Diachronic Museum Larissa, Larissa (Greece)
- I am the Lion of Kythera / Archaeological Museum of Kythera, Kythera (Greece)
- Rural Worlds / Musée des Civilisations de l'Europe et de la Méditerranée (Mucem), Marseille (France)
- University of Disaster / Museum of Contemporary Art of Republic of Srpska, Banja Luka (Bosnia and Herzegovina)
- Welcome to the Hallwyl Palace / The Hallwyl Museum, Stockholm (Sweden)