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02/29/20
Berlin/Ingolstadt
Culture

Audi Short Film Award for “Genius Loci”

In the picture from left to right: Fatma ?olako?lu, International Short Film Jury Berlinale, Adrien Mérigeau, director and winner of the Audi Short Film Award, Nina Fittigauer, AUDI AG, Lemohang Jeremia Moses, International Short Film Jury Berlinale, Réka Bucsi, International Short Film Jury Berlinale, in front of the Audi e-tron
  • International Short Film Jury grants an award to Adrien Mérigeau at 70th Berlinale
  • Hubert Link, Head of Marketing Germany at AUDI AG: “For Audi the winning film “Genius Loci” is an important statement for the beauty which can unfold in the freedom of the short form.”
  • Audi e-tron Sportback* opens the film festival on the red carpet and projects a video clip with Matrix LED headlights

With a value of €20,000, the Audi Short Film Award at the 70th Berlin International Film Festival goes to “Genius Loci” by Adrien Mérigeau. This year’s international short film jury is made up of the Hungarian animation film maker Réka Bucsi, the Turkish curator Fatma ?olako?lu and the film maker Lemohang Jeremiah Mosese from Lesotho. The jury’s statement on this year’s award winner: “That other night her thoughts merged with the flickering street lights, the skyline and the trash on the sidewalks. This beautifully crafted film effortlessly coordinates the chaos of being human.”

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