From November 11th to November 16th the yearly Aarhus Filmfestival will take place. Over 6 days the filmfestival will be screening a great amount of international shorts and documentaries. Check the program at the festival’s webpage – good stuff is happening in Aarhus, Denmark.
Among other stuff Lower East designed the poster for the event.
Poster Aarhus Filmfestival 2014, design Lower EastAarhus Filmfestival coming up
Aarhus Filmfestival 2013
It’s time! – from Tuesday 12 November to Sunday 17 November the Aarhus Filmfestival will be screening international shorts and documentaries. Experimental, fun and eye-opening films that challenge the media and broaden the world. Around 140 films, and we are still counting… The festival takes place in Aarhus, Denmark.
Lower East have designed all the graphic stuff – the posters, the program, the website, flyers, invitations and a lot more. And we are quite happy about that – thanks for a fun and inspiring cooperation to the festival.
Aarhus Filmfestival 2013 is coming up. From 12th to 17th November you can see short and documentaries in cinemas, museums and culture venues all over Aarhus, Denmark.
Lower East are these days working on the design of the rich catalogue for the festival. 40 (or 44?) pages filled with tempting short and documentary film programmes plus events, talks and parties over six autumn days.
Already out of the printing house are the posters and flyers – you can follow the festival on their website or on facebook.Aarhus Filmfestival 2012
Tuesday the Aarhus Filmfestival opened for six early November days offering more than 150 films. A lot of eye-openers, fresh perspectives, curious wonders, and visionary power. Now. Present!
The opening film at the festival was the overwhelming “5 Broken Cameras“, the film witnesses the non-violent resistance in Bil’in, the self-taught cameraman Emad Burnat’s village at the West Bank. Bil’in is threatened by encroaching Israeli settlements, daily arrests, violent attacks, bulldozers tearing down olive trees, the loss of life and night raids in the village scare his family. One by one Emad’s cameras used to document these events is either shot or smashed.
“5 Broken Cameras“ won the World Cinema Directing Award at the Sundance Film Festival in 2012 and the Special Jury Award at the International Documentary Film Festival Amsterdam in 2011.
There is one more chance to watch this must-see-film during the festival. Saturday at 17:00.
Aarhus Filmfestival is an international film festival presenting short and documentary films. The short film programmes highlight experimental, artistic and innovative films. The documentary programmes focus on global issues, human rights and social change. Further programming include regional films, seminars and special focus series. The festival is held each year in November at venues in Aarhus, Denmark.
Lower East are happy to have done all the graphic stuff for the festival; catalogue, poster & the website.
Lower East just finished the graphic work on the printed programme and on the website for Aarhus Filmfestival 2012. And now we look so much forward to see all the fantastic shorts and docs scheduled this year.
Check out the festivals website, reserve the days November 6-11 – and find your way to Aarhus, Denmark.