TIFF Judges In 2020
We are so honored to have a fantastic team of judges participating at the Tulipoff Film Festival. Who are they and what are they passionate about? Let’s find out!
Birgitte Stærmose is Director and holds an MFA in Film and Media Arts from Temple University.”Room 304″ is Stærmose’s first feature. Her latest film, “Out of love”, a staged monologue based film with street children in Pristina, Kosovo, has been honored with a Special Mention at the Berlinale, the Prix EFA at Rotterdam IFF, Prix de la jeunes at Festival du cinema de Brive, a Jury Special Mention at Melbourne IFF, the award for Best Short at Stockholm IFF and a Danish Academy Award for Best Documentary, and was also nominated for Best European Short at the EFA Awards in 2010.Her other award-winning shorts have screened worldwide as well: “Small avalanches”, based on a short story by Joyce Carol Oates, won UIP Prize for Best European Short at Edinburgh IFF 2003 and was nominated for Best European Short at the European Film Awards. “Principles of attraction”, four stories about four women includes “Sophie”, the last of these stories. “Sophie” had its international premiere at Sundance in 2007, was selected for New Directors / New Films at MOMA in NYC and was awarded the ARTE prize at Dresden International FF.Stærmose also directed severel episodes of the danish television series “Norskov” (2015) as well as the danish/swedish feature “Darling” (2017).
Source: DFI.dk (http://dfi.dk/)
Marie Skovgaard is Director, and she graduated from film and media studies at Copenhagen University in 2010.Marie Has worked on different television productions as a director and tv producer, amongst others ‘Børn alene på flugt’ (2016) about unaccompanied child immigrants. She was also behind the digital project ‘Syriatypes’ and co-directed the VR-project ‘Afripedia’, which was made during CPH:LAB at CPH:DOX.She debuted as a documentary feature director with ‘The Reformist – A Female Imam’ (2019), which was selected for the main competition at CPH:DOX.Source: DFI.dk (http://dfi.dk/)
Rasmus Brendstrup is a Graduate in modern culture on intercultural communication. He has specialized in Iranian movies and has most recently curated and presented a series of historical movies of Iran 1960-1990. Rasmus has been the editor at Cinemateket the past years, where he curates select series of films that are both national and international. Source: DFI.dk (http://dfi.dk/)
Mohsen Bagheri Dastgerdi
Mohsen Bagheri Dastgerdi was born in 1984 in Iran. He graduated from the Iranian Youth Cinema Society (IYCS) in 2007. He has written more than ten scripts and made six short films (fiction, documentary, and animation) and worked on more than 30 films.
Luqman Qasemi was born in 1978 in Iran. He graduated from the Iranian Youth Cinema Society (IYCS) in 1998. He has written more than ten scripts and made 18 short films (fiction, documentary, and animation) and worked on more than 150 films.
Tulipoff’s Filmmaker list in 2020
Piotr Biedroń – Poland
Aftab Abbasi – Pakistan
Mònica Cambra – Spain
Bruno Caetano – Portugal
Reyhane Kavosh – Iran
Mada Ariya- Indonesia
Ujwal Nair – India
Laura van der Zee – Netherlands
Anthony Hett – United Kingdom
Farnoosh Abedi – Iran
Brenda Ximena Roldan Romero – United Kingdom
Davoud abbasi – Iran
Samuel Chovan – Slovakia
Paul Gomez Lopez – Mexico
Liudmila Komrakova – Russian
Aleta Rajic – Bosnia and Herzegovina
Farshid Abdi – Iran
Simon Choupot by France
Gaurav Wakankar – India
Reza Mohammadi -Iran
1613 films were submitted!
We are very pleased and honored to announce that for the third edition of the festival, we have received 1613 films from 106 countries, with Iran being the largest participant with 167 films. There are 1141 films in the COMMUNICATE THROUGH PICTURE section and 490 films in the CLIMATE CHANGE section.We thanks all the participants who trusted us and sent their films to the festival. We are reviewing the works and we will soon announce the names of the selected films in the competition.
1613 films were submitted!
Tulipoff’s Poster Unveiling 2020
Tulipoff focuses on climate change in 2020.
This year Tulipoffs poster is made by Marzie Mirzaei. She is an artist who stated herself more as a painter. She was born in 1986 in Tehran. She has published some artwork in “A New Ulster” magazine in Ireland 2019 and published also her artwork as painting and photography in Udkant magazine in Denmark 2020.
You can follow the works of this creative artist on her page.
TIFF in Cinemateket!
We announce with great honor that the 3rd Tulipoff International Film Festival will be held in collaboration with Cinemateket in Copenhagen.
The Cinemateket can be understood as a museum that is responsible for spreading awareness of both known and unknown Danish and foreign films from film history, and to show selected films from contemporary times that would not otherwise have been shown in Danish cinemas. Up to 70 different movie titles are shown each month. All year-round, the Cinemateket also houses film screenings in connection with the various Copenhagen film festivals. There are Cinemateks activities around the country, there are open-air shows, sing-along films, collaborations with interest groups, festivals and more.
We at TIFF couldn’t be more excited!
Open Air Cinema- Videomøllen
Tulipoff’s Film Jury in 2019
Tulipoff’s Filmmaker list in 2019
Union- Screening place
2nd Tulipoff International Film Festival Screening program
Unveiling poster of 2nd Tulipoff International Film Festival