Museums in short 2013, 2nd Edition, ended yesterday with the awarding ceremony in Santa Giulia Auditorium.
The winner of Museums in short Award is Museo Salvatore Ferragamo with its short movie “White Shoe”. It is the one who won also the Santa Giulia special mention.
The winner of Musil award is the Riverside Museum of Glasgow, in Scotland, with the short "Journeys to Glasgow".[…]
For the 2nd edition of Museums in short we received 45 short movies from 45 different Museums all over Europe.
10 are the ones who will be listed in the nomination short list:
1. WHITE SHOE
Museo Salvatore Ferragamo, Florence (ITALY)
2. CHINESE SILK PAINTING
Victoria and Albert Museum, London (UK)
3. THE ROBBERY
Galleria Campari, Sesto San Giovanni, Milan (ITALY)
4. LEPIDOPTERA COLLECTION
National Museum, Ethnographic Museum of Grigore Antipa, Bucarest (ROMANIA)
5. THE FOLK TOYS
Ethnographic Museum in Rabkazdroj, Mazopolska (POLAND)
6. WHEN THE LANDLORD CAME FOR RENT
Fens Museum and Lynn Museum, Norfolk (UK)
7. FONDAZIONE ROBINSON
Fondazione Robinson, Portalegre (PORTUGAL)
8. JOURNEYS TO GLASGOW
Riverside Museum, Glasgow (SCOTLAND, UK)
Museum of Cinema, Torino (ITALY)
10. ALICANTE. LAND AND SEA OF SALT
After today’s press conference we can announce that the Award Ceremony of the 2nd edition of Museums in Short will take place Wednesday, 4th December, at 6.30 pm in the prestigious hall of Santa Giulia Auditorium.[…]
Launched in 2012, Museums in Short is a contest for short videos produced by European museums.
Promoted by MusIL - Museum of Industry and Labour, Brescia Musei Foundation and Nuovo Eden, in collaboration with EMA - European Museum Academy, Museums in Short aims to raise awareness of European museums as innovative institutions in the field of video production. Short films are a valuable instrument for disseminating museums’ contents in an engaging and direct way.
Museums in Short is open to all the different forms of videos produced by museums: overall presentation of the institution, description of specific items into permanent or temporary exhibitions, works for website or social network, and other. Composed by experts and professionals in the domain of museums and video production, the Jury will select the finalists and the Awards' […]
On Saturday, November 24th at 18.00 in the Auditorium of Santa Giulia, it will be held the Award Ceremony of the First Edition of Museums in Short.
Promoted by Musil - Museum of Industry and Labour, Museum of Santa Giulia and Brescia Musei Foundation, in collaboration with EMA - European Museum Academy, Museums in Short aims to raise awareness of European museums as innovative institutions in the field of video production. The competition is divided into two sections: the Musil Award is reserved for the best short film produced by museums of history, science and industry; the Santa Giulia Award is dedicated to the best video from art museums and museums of the city.
The international Jury is composed by the following members:
Massimo Negri (Chairman), EMA - European Museum Academy (Director)
Giorgio Diritti, Movies director
Paulo Mota, Museu da Ciencia
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