1. In this amateur and rather minimally edited clip, one classmate is interviewing another, with the brief to ask about what makes her happy. She speaks about her love of music, food, friends and nature. It certainly makes me happy to hear her speak so enthusiastically and to see her spirit radiate so powerfully, despite the poor sound quality, somewhat haphazard visuals and lack of lighting or makeup, proving that what matters most is a great subject and a good story.

    Faraaz Mahomed
    University: Monterey Institute of International Studies
    Course of studies: International Policy Studies
    4. Semester

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  2. As financially struggling students you are more than likely to get bored of eating the same food over and over again, and not having the money to spice up your dinner. This short spoof cookery show is all about thinking outside the tin and rinsing as much as possible out of one English pound.

    Chris Reed
    University of Gloucestershire
    Course of studies: Digital Film Production
    3. Semester

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  3. „action/reaction“ or „shards bring luck“, 2012

    The video „action/reaction“ or „shards bring luck“, 2012 by Thomas Judisch shows a white wall. In a short sequence different discs made of ceramic and porcelain flying from the left side of the projection into the middle of the wall and break. The speed of visual and auditory track has been set slower. For this reason, the trajectory extended and the sound is deeper than the original.

    Just to note: Polterabend

    The custom to break porcelan is etymology interpreted by the Folk saying: "shards bring luck". The term „Shard“ comes originally from the pottery and referred to all earthen vessels, not just the broken. "S.b.l." thus referring to the fact that many vessels within the meaning-filled reservoir to a fortunate coincidence for the owner.

    Thomas Judisch
    University: Hochschule für Bildende Künste Dresden
    Course of studies: fine arts: sculpture and conzeptions
    14. Semester

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  4. A separation. It stand for itself.

    Arne Körner
    University: Academy of fine Arts Hamburg
    Course of studies: Film
    6. Semester

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  5. "The tea" is a stop-motion animation about the pleasure to have a cup of tea alone.

    Lilian Vazquez
    University: Paris 3 Sorbonne Nouvelle
    Course of studies: Master degree Cinema and audiovisual studies
    2. Semester

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The Clip Award 2012 is an international short film competition. Prizes are awarded for audio-visual contributions from 20 to 120 seconds long. Whether its documentary, fiction or animated – the applicant choose the genre themselves.


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