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Richard Raskin

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Email: richard@raskin.dk

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Principal research interests

The short fiction film; storytelling and story design; TV spots (strategies of storytelling and persuasion in television commercials and public service announcements); Holocaust images; Resistance culture; Jewish humor; functional analysis; Wings of Desire; Casablanca; Nuit et Brouillard; Bad Day at Black Rock; seashells; dolphin rescue stories. 

Résumé

Born in Brooklyn, New York in 1941. Moved to Denmark in 1972 with wife and two children. Danish citizen since 2002.                     

University degrees
 
1961: B.A. Dartmouth College, USA.
1967: Ph.D. in French Literature, Johns Hopkins University, USA. Dissertation: Forms of role-playing in the poetry of Tristan Corbière
1983: Dr.phil., Faculty of Arts, Aarhus University.
Dissertation: The Functional Analysis of Art. An approach to the social and psychological functions of literature, painting and film.
 
Teaching positions
 
1963-1965: Johns Hopkins University. Baltimore, Maryland.
1965-1966: Howard University. Washington, D.C.
1966-1969: Haverford College. Haverford, Pennsylvania.
1969-1972: Assistant Professor. Columbia University. New York.
1972-1995: Associate Professor. Aarhus University, Romance Language Department (also teaching at the Department of Art History from 1985 to 1995)
1995-2017: Associate Professor. Aarhus University, Department of Information and Media Studies, now a part of the School of Communication and Culture
2013-2019: Teaching production modules in Multiplatform Storytelling and Production, a professional bachelor education I co-founded and which is administered by VIA Univeristy College and located in Filmbyen Aarhus.
2017-present: Associate Professor Emeritus. Aarhus University, School of Communication and Culture.

 
 
 
 
Administrative experience (faculty level)
 
1994-1996: Vice Dean, Faculty of Arts, Aarhus University.

Publications


Artistic production

PAINTINGS

Oil and acrylic paintings have been included by juries in a number of restricted exhibitions, including Kunstnernes Påskeudstilling (1986, 1987, 1989, 1990) and Danmarks Radio's televised exhibition, Galleri 12 (1994). Exhibitions of paintings and graphics have also been held at Ribe Kunstmuseum (1984), Aktivitetshuset in Haderslev (1984), Galleri Gallo (1983, 1987, 1995) and Danish Broadcasting System (Aarhus, 2003). A number of paintings were featured in a TV program entitled Mosaik, produced by Aarhus University TV in 1991 and broadcast on the Aarhus Channel, as well as in a TV portrait shown on the Channel 2 regional news in July 1996. Thirty paintings exhibited at Aarhus University, Kunstforeningen Katrinebjerg, from September 17 to October 19, 2009. Fourteen paintings exhibited at Library for Language, Literature and Culture, Aarhus Univesity, October/November 2010. Galleri Gallo, 15 November to 15 December 2015. Galleri Gallo, 2 April to 17 May 2017.

POETRY

"Politics," Bijou Poetry Review, 12 September 2011.

SHORT FILMS

 

Reading Man (1996), 2 min

 

  • written, directed and edited by Richard Raskin.
  • 6th Annual Short Attention Span Film and Video Festival, shown at the Victoria Theatre in San Francisco (Oct. 24th 1997), the George Gund Theatre in Pacific Film Archive at Berkeley (Oct. 25th 1997), and The Knitting Factory in New York (Nov. 6th 1997).
  • Gallery 12 exhibition, organized by the Danish Broadcasting System in 1996.
  • shown on Channel 1 (DR1) on Sept. 15th and 29th and on Channel 2 (DR2) on Sept. 5th and 17th, 1996.
  • shown again on Channel 1 (DR 1) on the program "Du er på" on Dec. 18th, 1996.
  • The 20th Tokyo Video Festival, 1998.
  • shown on Canal + in Scandinavia, Dec. 1st 1999.
   

Sunflowers (1996), 2 min

  • written, directed and edited by Richard Raskin.
  • 17th Annual San Francisco Jewish Film Festival, shown at the Castro Theatre in San Francisco and the University of California in Berkeley in July 1997.
  • shown on Channel 1 (DR 1) on the program "Hul igennem" on February 25th and March 4th, 1998
  • 4th International Jewish Film Festival of Barcelona, 6-12 May 2002
   

 

Promise (2010), 8 min

 

  • Screenplay by Richard Raskin.
  • Directed by Morten BH, Kirsten Delholm and Henning Carlsen.
  • Produced by Henrik Underbjerg and Stefan Frost at Radiator Film.
  • Funded by New Danish Screen and Den Vestdanske Filmpulje.
  • Premiere at Cph Pix, Cinemateket, Copenhagen, 22 April 2010.
  • Broadcast on DRK 26 and 30 May 2010; in competition at Uppsala International Short Film Festival, 29 October 2010; Glasgow Short Film Festival, 18-19 February 2011; Minimalen Short Film Festival, Trondheim, 17 March 2011; Norwegian Short Film Festival, Grimstad, 17 June 2011; screened at Copenhagen Jewish Film Festival, 29 January 2011.
  • Honorable Mention for Best Short Film at the Norwegian Short Film Festival, Grimstad, 2011.
   

 

Life Is Like a Glass of Tea

(2010), 5:47

 

  • Written, produced and directed by Richard Raskin.
  • Assistant director and production manager: Christina Martiny Moltke.
  • Director of photography: Valdemar Leisner.
  • Lighting and production design: Jeppe Hovman.
  • Sound recording and sound editing: Steen Bondrop.
  • Editing and color grading: Michael Høyer Bæk.
  • Starring Robert Brody, Jonathan Bauer and Rabbi Yitzi Loewental.
  • Copenhagen Jewish Film Festival, 29 January 2011; selected for Jutland Competition at Nordisk Panorama, Aarhus, 23 September 2011; Jewish Eye – World Jewish Film Festival, Ashkelon, Israel, 13-21 November 2011; Austin Jewish Film Festival, 25, 28 and 30 March 2012.
   

Seven Minutes
in the Warsaw Ghetto

(2012), 7 min 48

  • Directed by Johan Oettinger.
  • Concept development by Emil Brahe and Johan Oettinger.
  • Screenplay by Richard Raskin.
  • Produced by Ellen Riis at Basmati Film in collaboration with Wired Fly.
  • Funded by New Danish Screen and Den Vestdanske Filmpulje.
  • In the official selection of over 100 international film festivals. Awards include: Special Distinction Award, Annecy Int'l Animated Film Festival, France, June 2012; Best Animation Award, Bornshorts Film Festival, Denmark, Sept 2012; Special Mention, Int'l Competition, Se-Ma-For Film Festival, Lodz, Poland, Oct 2012;Best Short Animation, La Boca del Lobo Int'l Film Festival, Madrid, Spain, Oct 2012; Best Debut Film, 10th Int'l Animation Film Festival "Tindirindis," Vilnius, Lithuania, Oct 2012; Honorable Mention, Aarhus Film Festival – Go Waest, Nov 2012; Audience Award, Best Danish Short Film at Flensburger Kurzfilmtage, Germany, Nov 2012; Grand Prize, 4th China Int'l (KingBonn) New Media Shorts Festival, Shenzhen, China, May 2013; Best Animation Film at NDU International Film Festival, Lebanon, Nov 2014.
   

 

Cherokee
(2017), in production

  • Directed and animated by Rasmus Reimer Larsen.
  • Screenplay by Richard Raskin.
  • Produced by Martin Fugl Chabert.
  • Script consultant Ditte Ernst.
  • Funded by Den Vestdanske Filmpulje.
   
       

 

Film Festivals, Symposia and Related Work

Jury Member at International Film Festivals: "Méridiens," Aubagne (France), 25-30 November 1997, president; Festival Video Liège International (Belgium), 19-21 March 1998, president; Odense International Film Festival (Denmark), 9-14 August 1998; Mumbai International Film Festival - President of International Video Jury (India), 2-9 February 2000; Leeds International Film Festival (UK), 5-8 October 2000; Maastricht International Short Film Festival (Netherlands), 28 February-1 March 2002, president; European Short Film Festival, Maastricht (Netherlands), 21-23 October 2004, president; Cork Film Festival, International Jury, 9-16 October 2005; Aarhus Festival of Independent Arts (Denmark), 20-25 April 2006, president; Aarhus Festival of Independent Arts (Denmark), 25-30 April 2007, president; Uppsala International Short Film Festival, 22-28 October 2007; AFIA Film Festival (Denmark), 12-17 March 2008, president; Nordic Independent Film Awards, a division of "Minimalen," Trondheim, 6-8 March 2009, president; KORT, short film festival at Kinokino, Sandnes, Norway, 2-4 December, 2010, president; Glasgow International Short Film Festival, 18-20 February 2011; Flemish Jury, Leuven International Short Film Festival, 8-10 December 2011; International Jury, Dresden International Short Film Festival, 17-22 April, 2012; International Jury, Norwegian Short Film Festival, Grimstad, 13-17 June, 2012; Aarhus Independent Pixels Festival, 17-19 October, 2014; Art By Chance Ultra Short Film Festival, screening in 26 countries, organisation based in Istanbul, January 15-February 15, 2015; Minimalen, Int'l Short Film Festival, Trondheim (Norway), Int'l jury, 26-31 January, 2016; InterFilm Berlin, Human Rights Jury, November 16-21, 2016; IndieLisboa (Portugal), 7-15 May 2017.
 
Other Jury Work: Jury president, Højskolernes Filmfestival, 8 June 2002, 6 June 2003, 2 June 2004, 8 June 2005. Jury president, Jydsk-Fynsk Elevfilmfestival, 2 November 2002. Jury member, VideoMarathon (Copenhagen), October 2003, September 2004, September 2005. Nordisk Panorma, "Live Moose Race" video marathon, September 2006. Elevfilmfestival Vest, Øst for Paradis, 25 Nov 2006. Kort&Godt reklamefilmkonkurrence, April 2007. Jury member, Talentfilm, Studenterhuset, 26 November 2008; Oregon Filmkonkurrence: Filmfest Midtjylland (Børn og Unge), 7 May 2009; Jury member, Viral competition conducted by the Danish Dairy Association, January 2010; "Lav film i skolen," filmfestival for lærerstuderende, Silkeborg; Kort og Godt reklamefilmkonkurrence, May 2010; Oregon Filmkonkurrence: Filmfest Midtjylland (Børn og Unge), 30 May 2011; Mentor for the category "Short Short Narrative" at the Aarhus Independent Pixels Festival, October 17-19, 2014.
Official Observer/Evaluator at International Film Festivals: "Grand témoin," International Short Film Festival at Clermont-Ferrand (France), 23-31 January 1998.
 
Official Opponent at Feedback Sessions, Århus Film Workshop: 21 April 2008.
 
Short Film Seminars at International Film Festivals: Göteborg Film Festival, 5 February 1999; Festival of Festivals (Aarhus), 1 October 1999; Mumbai International Film Festival (Bombay), 8 February 2000; Nordisk Panorama (Bergen), 21 September 2000; Maastricht Short Film Festival, 1 March 2002; Vienna Film Academy Festival, 9 May 2003; Skånska Filmdagarna, 24 May 2003; Minimalen (Trondheim, Norway), 27 March 2006; Aarhus Festival of Independent Arts, 27 April 2007; Uppsala International Short Film Festival, 25 October 2007; AFIA Film Festival (Aarhus), 15 March 2008; Uppsala International Short Film Festival, 29 October 2010; Encounters International Film Festival, 18 November 2010; KORT short film festival, Sandnes, 4 December 2010; Herning International Short Film Festival, 13 May 201; "What is a good short film?" – participation in panel discussion at Nordisk Panorama, 23 September 2011; "What Is a Good Short Film?" Jewish Eye – World Jewish Film Festival, Ashkelon, Israel, 17 November 2011; Masterclass, Leuven International Short Film Festival, 10 December 2011 Tampere International Short Film Festival, 9 March 2012; Masterclass, Dresden International Short Film Festival, 19 April 2012; Odense International Film Festival, 22 August 2012; Finnish Film Contact, Tampere International Short Film Festival, 7 March 2013; Uppsala International Short Film Festival, 23 October 2013; Minimalen International Short Film Festival, Trondheim, 13 March 2014; Aarhus Independent Pixels Festival, 17 October 2014; Uppsala International Short Film Festival, 22 October 2014; Minimalen International Short Film Festival, Trondheim, 23 April 2015; Uppsala International Short Film Festival, 22 October 2015; Minimalen International Short Film Festival, Trondheim, 28 January 2016; InterFilm Berlin Int'l Film Festival, Master Class, 16 November 2016; Minimalen International Short Film Festival, Trondheim, 26 January 2017.
 
Board Member: Festival of Festivals, now Århus Film Festival, 1997-ca. 2003; AFIA Film Festival, 2005-2009; Foreningen Jysk Filmnetværk (formerly Foreningen Århus Filmværksted), 2007-2010.

Other Festival Activities: Participation in panel discussion on "Kortfilmens berettigelse" sponsored by DR K at the Odense Film Festival on August 26th 2014. Participation in panel discussion at Short Film Symposium, Glasgow Short Film Festival on March 14th 2015.

Organizer of International Short Film Symposia:
1st, Aarhus University, March 20-21, 1996, with Liz Hughes (Australia), Didier Flamand (France) and Leslie McCleave (USA);
2nd, Aarhus University, March 5-6, 1997, with Pål Sletaune (Norway), Daphne Levin (Israel) and Dorthe Scheffmann (New Zealand);
3rd, Aarhus University, March 11-12, 1998, with Marcell Iványi (Hungary), Vincent Bal (Belgium) and Thomas Briat (France);
4th, Aarhus University, March 10-11, 1999, with Nina Mimica (Italy), Brad McGann (New Zealand) and Ariel Gordon (Mexico);
5th, Aarhus University, March 22-23, 2000, with Marianne Olsen Ulrichsen (Norway), John Lawlor (Ireland) and Jørgen Leth (Denmark);
6th, Aarhus University, March 21-22, 2001, with Charlie Call (USA), Petri Kotwica (Finland) and Marc-Andreas Bochert (Germany);
7th, Aarhus University, March 13-14 2002, with Asif Kapadia (UK), Elefteria Kalogritsa (Sweden) and David Greenspan (USA);
8th, Aarhus University, March 13-14, 2003, with Mitko and Andrea Panov (USA), Unni Straume (Norway/Italy), Oren Stern (Israel), and Stephanie Morgenstern and Mark Ellis (Canada);
9th, Aarhus University, March 17-18, 2004, with Sytske Kok and Rosan Dieho (Netherlands) and Gili Dolev (Scotland);
10th, Aarhus University, March 16-18, 2005, with Jonas Bergergård and Jonas Holmström (Sweden), Naomi Levari (Israel), Sigalit Liphshitz (Israel), and Arch Khetagouri (Netherlands);
11th, Aarhus University, March 15-17, 2006, with Hanna Andersson and Karin Arrhenius (Sweden), Stefan Arsenijevic (Serbia) and Frédéric Pelle (France);
12th, Aarhus University, March 12-14, 2008, with Hossein Martin Fazeli (Canada), Radu Jude (Romania), Jan Katsma and Debbie Kleijn (Netherlands).
14th, Aarhus University, March 17-19, 2009, with Eduardo Chapero-Jackson (Spain), Luis Prieto (Spain) and David Von Ancken (USA).
15th, Aarhus University, March 17-19, 2010, with John Lawlor (Ireland), Marianne Olsen Ulrichsen (Norway) and Aleksander Nordaas (Norway).
16th, Minimalen International Short Film Festival, Trondheim, Norway, 17 March 2011, with Eduardo Chapero-Jackson (Spain), John Lawlor (Ireland) and Unni Straume (Norway/Italy) – launching of Short Film Studies 1.2
17th, Uppsala International Short Film Festival, Sweden, 26 October 2011, with Marianne Olsen Ulrichsen (Norway) and John Smith (UK) - launching of Short Film Studies 2.1.
18th, Minimalen International Short Film Festival, Trondheim, Norway, 15 March 2012, with John Smith (UK), Marcell Iványi (Hungary) and Aleksander Nordaas (Norway) - launching of Short Film Studies 2.2.
19th, Uppsala International Short Film Festival, Sweden, 24 October 2012, with Jonas Bergergård, Jonas Holmström and Carina Ekman (Sweden) and Adrian Sitaru (Romania) - launching of Short Film Studies 3.1.
20th, Minimalen International Short Film Festival, Trondheim, Norway, 28 Febuary 2013, with Liz Hughes (Australia) and Pål Sletaune (Norway) - launching of Short Film Studies 3.2.
21st, Uppsala International Short Film Festival, Sweden, 23 October 2013 - launching of Short Film Studies 4.1.
22nd, Minimalen International Short Film Festival, Trondheim, Norway, 13 March 2013, with Ülo Pikkov (Estonia) - launching of Short Film Studies 4.2.
23rd, Uppsala International Short Film Festival, Sweden, 22 October 2014, with Sytske Kok (Netherlands) - launching of Short Film Studies 5.1.
24th, Minimalen International Short Film Festival, Trondheim, Norway, 23 April 2015, with David Greenspan (USA) - launching of Short Film Studies 5.2.
25th, Uppsala International Short Film Festival, Sweden, 22 October 2015, with Jenifer Malmqvist (Sweden) and John Lawlor (Ireland) - launching of Short Film Studies 6.1.
26th, Minimalen International Short Film Festival, Trondheim, Norway, 28 January 2016, with Sigalit Liphshitz and Naomi Levari (Israel) - launching of Short Film Studies 6.2.
27th, Minimalen International Short Film Festival, Trondheim, Norway, 26 January 2017, with Patrick Vollrath (Austrial) - launching of Short Film Studies 7.2.
29th, Minimalen International Short Film Festival, Trondheim, Norway, 25 January 2018, with Luis Prieto (Spain) and Line Klungseth Johansen (Norway) - launching of Short Film Studies 8.2.

 

Editorial positions

Founding Editor of SHORT FILM STUDIES, published twice a year by Intellect Books (U.K.), beginning in 2010/2011.
Founding Editor of P.O.V. [point of view] - A Danish Journal of Film Studies, 1996-2010, published twice a year by the Department of Information and Media Studies, University of Aarhus.
Member of the Editorial Committee of (Pré)publications, published by the Romance Language Department at the University of Aarhus, 1973-2003.

Publications

 
BOOKS
Seashell Beauty and the Concept of Nature at Play. New Orleans: Quid Pro Books, 2020, forthcoming. 

Making Things Happen: On Casablanca and Other World War II Icons. U Press, Copenhagen, 2017, 259 pp.
 
Life is Like a Glass of Tea. Studies of Classic Jewish Jokes. New expanded edition. New Orleans: Quid Pro Books, 2015, 279 pp.
 
Seven Minutes in the Warsaw Ghetto og With Raised Hands - En filmbog og DVD. Aarhus University Press, 2013, 79 pp.
 
A Child at Gunpoint. A Case Study in the Life of a Photo. Aarhus University Press, 2004; 192 pp.
 
The Art of the Short Fiction Film. A Shot by Shot Study of Nine Modern Classics. Jefferson, N.C. and London: McFarland Publications, 2002; 182 pp.
Kortfilmen som fortælling. Aarhus: Systime, 2001; 106 pp.
Nina Mimica, La guerra è finita. En filmbog. In collaboration with Leonardo Ceccini and Bernhard Hagen. Copenhagen: Gyldendal, 1999; 48 pp. + accompanying video cassette which includes an interview with the director.
Ariel Gordon, Adiós Mamá. En filmbog. In collaboration with Dorte Etzerodt and Claudio Bogantes. Copenhagen: Gyldendal, 1999; 48 pp. + accompanying video cassette which includes an interview with the director.
Giuseppe Tornatore, Nuovo Cinema Paradiso. En filmbog. In collaboration with Flemming Forsberg. Copenhagen: Gyldendal, 1993; 132 pp.
Jean-Jacques Beineix, 37o2 Le Matin/Betty Blue. En filmbog. In collaboration with Flemming Forsberg. Copenhagen: Gyldendal, 1992; 104 pp.
Life is Like a Glass of Tea. Studies of Classic Jewish Jokes. Aarhus University Press, 1992; 263 pp.
Life is Like a Glass of Tea. Studies of Classic Jewish Jokes. Philadelphia & Jerusalem: Jewish Publication Society, 1992; 263 pp.
Gustave Courbet's Les Casseurs de Pierres. Aspects of a Major Work of Art. Aarhus University Press, 1989; 122 pp.
Alain Resnais's Nuit et Brouillard. On the Making, Reception and Functions of a Major Documentary Film, including a new interview with Alain Resnais. Aarhus University Press, 1987; 184 pp.
Claude Goretta, La Dentellière. En filmbog. In collaboration with F. Forsberg and G. Boyson. Herning: Systime, 1987; 139 pp.
Farver: Begreber og betydninger. Aarhus University Press, 1987; 32 pp.
Color: An outline of terms and concepts. Aarhus University Press, 1986; 32 pp.
Elements of Picture Composition: A Digest of Major Contributions to the Study of Design in the Visual Arts. Aarhus University Press, 1986; 56 pp.
The Functional Analysis of Art. An Approach to the Social and Psychological Functions of Literature, Painting and Film. Aarhus: Arkona, 1982. Dissertation for Dr.phil. degree, 338 pp.
Til Raoul Wallenberg. Co-edited with Aage Jørgensen. Copenhagen: Samlerens Forlag, 1982; 64 pp.
Forms of Role-Playing in the Poetry of Tristan Corbière. University Microfilms, Ann Arbor, 1968; 181 pp. Ph.D. dissertation, Johns Hopkins University, U.S.A., 1967.

 

CHAPTERS IN BOOKS

"On conflict in short film storytelling," Compact Cinematics, edited by Pepita Hesselberth and Maria Poulaki. Bloomsbury, 2017, pp. 28-35.

"Camus' kritik af eksistentialismen," Studier i Camus. Solen og skyggerne, edited by Jon Auring Grimm and Mads Hansen. Aarhus: Philosophia, 2014, pp. 45-57.

"Bad Day at Black Rock and the Overcoming of Evil," A History of Evil in Popular Culture, edited by Sharon Packer and Jody Pennington. Santa Barbara, Denver and Oxford: Praeger, 2014, Vol 1, pp. 281-294.

"Foreword," Concentrationary Cinema. Aesthetics as Political Resistance in Alain Resnais's Night and Fog, edited by Griselda Pollock and Max Silverman. Oxford and New York: Berghahn Books, 2011, p. xi.

"Kortfilm," entry in Medie- og kommunikationsleksikon. Edited by Søren Kolstrup et al. Frederiksberg: Samfundslitteratur, 2009; pp. 260-261; 3rd edition (forthcoming), 2012.

"An interview with Samuel Bak." Icon of Loss. The Haunting Child of Samuel Bak, by Danna Nolan Fewell and Gary A. Phillips. Boston: Tucker Art Publications, 2009; pp. 71-77.

"Story design in the short fiction film," in Raindance Writers' Lab. Elliot Grove. London: Focal Press, 2008; pp. 119-125.

"Jon Bang Carlsen," entry in Encyclopedia of Documentary Film, ed. Ian Aitken. New York: Routledge, 2005; vol. 1, pp. 77-78.

"Vent: un court métrage de Marcell Iványi," in Arts d'occasion. Photographie et cinéma, ed. Michel Bouvier, Roger-Yves Roche and Evelyne Rogniat. Lyon: Université Lumière-Lyon 2, 2001; pp. 55-61.

"Un témoignage sur les films de la sélection internationale - 1998" (pp. 7-24) and "Observations on the films in the international selection - 1998" (pp. 63-80) in Grands témoins pour films courts / Great Witnesses for Short Films. Clermont-Ferrand: Sauve Qui Peut le court métrage, 1999.

"What is Peter Falk Doing in Wenders's Wings of Desire?" In Nordisk Film Forskning 1975-1995. En bibliografi & 10 essays i anledning af filmens 100 år, ed. Peder Grøngaard. Aarhus: Nordisk Dokumentationscentral for Massekommunikationsforskning, 1995; pp. 115-120.

"Five Explanations for the Jump Cuts in Godard's A bout de souffle." In Michelanea. Humanisme, litteratur og kommunikation. Aalborg Universitetsforlag, 1994; pp. 189-195.

"The Origins and Evolution of a Classic Jewish Joke," in Semites and Stereotypes: Characteristics of Jewish Humor, ed. Avner Ziv and Anat Zajdman. Westport & London: Greenwood Press, 1993; pp. 87-104.


FOUNDING EDITOR OF SHORT FILM STUDIES
Published by Intellect Journals, Bristol
ISSN print: 2042-7824 ISSN electronic 2042-7832 Peer reviewed
Volume 1, Number 1 (October 2010), 147 pp.
The War Is Over
(Italy), Undressing My Mother (Ireland), Village (France/South Africa)
 
Volume 1, Number 2 (March 2011), 175 pp.
Alumbramiento
(Spain), Derailment (Norway), Sunday
(Ireland)
 
Volume 2, Number 1 (October 2011), 121 pp.
With Raised Hands
(Poland), Kitchen Sink (New Zealand), Come
(Norway)
 
Volume 2, Number 2 (March 2012), 143 pp.
The Girl Chewing Gum
(UK), Wind (Hungary), In Chambers
(Norway)
 
Volume 3, Number 1 (October 2012), 108 pp.
The Cage
(Romania), Natan (Sweden)
 
Volume 3, Number 2 (March 2013), 202 pp.
Cat's Cradle
(Australia), Eating Out (Norway)
 
Volume 4, Number 1 (October 2013), 112 pp.
Matka
(Finland), The Bloody Olive (Belgium)
 
Volume 4, Number 2 (March 2014), 231 pp.
Body Memory
(Estonia), Seven Minutes in the Warsaw Ghetto (Denmark)
 
Volume 5, Number 1 (October 2014), 117 pp.
Urzad
(Poland), The Chinese Wall (Netherlands)
 
Volume 5, Number 2 (March 2015), 94 pp.
The Perfect Human
(Denmark), Bean Cake (USA)
 
Volume 6, Number 1 (October 2015), 122 pp.
Possum
(New Zealand) and On Suffocation (Sweden)

Volume 6, Number 2 (March 2016), 114 pp.
Cock Fight
(Israel) and Draft (Israel)

Volume 7, Number 1 (October 2016), 128 pp.
The Beach
(New Zealand) and T-Shirt (Slovakia)
 
Volume 7, Number 2 (January 2017), 102 pp.
It Can Pass Through the Wall
(Romania) and The Jacket (Austria)
 
Volume 8, Number 1 (October 2017), 102 pp.
Zepo
(Spain) and Listen (Denmark/Finland)
 
Volume 8, Number 2 (January 2018), 100 pp.
Bamboleho
(Spain) and Flimmer (Norway)
 
Volume 9, Number 1 (October 2018), 108 pp.
Avondale Dogs
(New Zealand) and Class 15 (UK)

ARTICLES, REVIEWS & INTERVIEWS

published outside of Denmark

"A shot-by-shot breakdown of Avondale Dogs." Short Film Studies (UK), Vol. 9, No. 1 (2018), pp. 18-32.

"An interview with Gregor Nicholas on Avondale Dogs." Short Film Studies (UK), Vol. 9, No. 1 (2018), pp. 33-38.

"A shot-by-shot breakdown of Class 15." Short Film Studies (UK), Vol. 9, No. 1 (2018), pp. 82-95.

"An interview with Dean Leon Anderson on Class 15." Short Film Studies (UK), Vol. 9, No. 1 (2018), pp. 97-100.

"Thinking Film Production. On why film theory has no place in film production courses." SRN [Screenwriting Research Network] Newsletter, July 2018, Nr. 2, p. 3.

"A shot-by-shot breakdown of Bamboleho." Short Film Studies (UK), Vol. 8, No. 2 (2018), pp.110-128.

"An interview with Luis Prieto on Bamboleho." Short Film Studies (UK), Vol. 8, No. 2 (2018), pp. 129-133.

"A shot-by-shot breakdown of Flimmer." Short Film Studies (UK), Vol. 8, No. 2 (2018), pp.164-165.

"An interview with Line Klungseth Johansen on Flimmer." Short Film Studies (UK), Vol. 8, No. 2 (2018), pp. 167-169.

"A shot-by-shot breakdown of Listen." Short Film Studies (UK), Vol. 8, No. 1 (2017), pp.58-64.