Judges

Barbara Eppensteiner

Barbara Eppensteiner

Barbara Eppensteiner is programm director of OKTO-TV.

Constanze Fischer

Constanze Fischer

Scriptwriter

Knut Elstermann

Knut Elstermann

born 4.8.60 in Berlin

film journalist and author for RBB-Hörfunk (radioeins, moderiert dort die wöchentliche Filmsendung “12 Uhr mittags”), MDR and free documentations.

Thomas Hartmann

Thomas Hartmann

As a scientific-educational member of staff at the German Centre for Youth and Children Films (KJF), Thomas Hartmann is mainly responsible for the competition German Youth Video Award and its final festival and for the German Multimedia Award mb21. Prior to this he worked for a children-radio station at a well known broadcasting company (WDR), as well as an expert in media-education in different national and international projects. Thomas Hartmann studied media pedagogy and cultural sciences in Cologne and Düsseldorf.
Deutscher Jugendfilmpreis
Bundes.Festival.Film.
Deutscher Multimediapreis mb21

Marko Junghänel

Marko Junghänel

Marko Junghänel is a free-lance PR-consultant. Since 2012 he is the director and coordinator of the Deutscher Menschenrechts-Filmpreis at Nürnberg

Florian Razocha

Florian Razocha

Mag. Florian Razocha is a self employed filmmaker, camera man and video producer from Vienna. He usually produces small video projects – amongst which you will, for example, find a trailer for the zeitim:puls² Kurzfilmwettbewerb 2012 and, since the beginning of 2014, a documentary film project about the idea of an unconditional basic income.
On top of that, he is co-founder and since 2003 co-organiser of the free festival “Kunstmue Festival Bad Goisern” in Upper Austria, which is organised entirely through voluntary work. This little open air festival, which is featuring a wide variety of alternative music, is – as an important part of it’s principles – based on the idea of supporting companionship of people from diverse parts of society.
The aims of the project zeitim:puls are closely related in many ways to those of the Kunstmue Festival, and that’s why Florian is especially thrilled to be part of the jury of the zeitimpuls Kurzfilmwettbewerb 2016.

Website: http://imagoscope.com
Documentary film project: http://geldoderleben.imagoscope.com
Kunstmue Festival: http://kunstmue.com

Jury of the Awardees 2008 -2017

Kuesti Fraun

Kuesti Fraun

Born in 1976, completed studies in theater, film and television and TV science, lives and works as a freelance author and filmmaker in Düsseldorf, and has been independent since 1999 as well as co-founder of the creative collective mobtik . Represented with numerous award-winning media art projects worldwide at festivals, on the radio as well as exhibition, art and film presentations (Louvre Museum Paris, Marler Videokunstpreis, Internationales Kurzfilmfestival Berlin, Poetry Film Festival Wien, Athens Digital Festival, Multimedia Museum Moskau, NASA, Houston Cinema Arts Society, Deutschlandradio Kultur et alt.)
more information and all the news:www.facebook.com/mobtik

Darja Shatalova

Darja Shatalova

Darja Shatalova, born 1988, lives and works in Vienna. Graduated in Art and Mathematics, currently studying Transmedial Art with Brigitte Kowanz.
Leading numerous media art projects for children in Cologne and Vienna, as well as the Lower Austrian Creative Academy Kids in Deutsch-Wagram.
Prizewinner of the zeitimpuls Kurzfilmwettbewerb 2014 and the DRK NRW Film Competition 2013.
She is currently working on cross-media projects between Hamburg and Vienna.

Gerald Zahn

Gerald Zahn

After completing his diploma studies in pedagogy, ethnology and communication sciences and training as a multimedia designer, Gerald Zahn (1971) works in Vienna as a media and video artist. He also cares for mentally ill people.
His artistic interest is the deconstruction of everyday phenomena and the effects of pop culture. The cross-media works, which the artist prefers to present in the form of abstract collections, focus on discovering hidden but omnipresent norms.
For some years now, he has been involved in narrative-deconstructive film techniques, using static photographs instead of conventional film material or reducing events to a static setting.
www.geraldzahn.tk

Christina Iberl

Christina Iberl

Christina Iberl, born 1992 in Regensburg, lives in Munich and studies photo design. In addition, she works on free projects in the field of theater photography.
Prizewinner of the zeitimpuls shortfilm contest 2017 and the Förderpreis des DOK.fest München in the course of the 39th Film Festival Bavarian Schools 2016.

Salima Batsi

Salima Batsi

Salima Batsi, b. 1993 in Deggendorf, Bavaria. The trained foreign language correspondent with Algerian roots studied American Studies and Political Science at the University of Regensburg after two years in Chicago. In addition to her voluntary work within the student council of political science, she spends her free time mainly in the theater and in the cinema. She is laureate of the zeitimpuls shortfilm contest 2017 as well as of the Förderpreis des DOK.fest München in the context of the 39th Filmtage Bavarian Schools 2016.