Around 50 former and present DMJX students participated in the Lumix Festival this weekend and as it has become a tradition most of them met for the legendary group picture at the Expo Plaza.
The two DMJX projects “That Which Still Stands” and “Take me as I am” were both selected for screening at the Lumix Festival. The students behind the stories Anders Rye Skjoldjensen and Rune Aarestrup Pedersen + Capucine Chandon and Nick Pfosi gave talks about their stories. In the picture it’s Nick Pfosi and Capucine Chandon answering questions with their story on the big screen behind them. Photo: Søren Pagter.
Two dmjx students were selected to exhibit at the festival.
Here it’s the story “Coastland” by Ulrik Hasemann. Photo: Søren Pagter
As a part of the Lumix Festival there was a container village, where schools, agencies and institutions could exhibit.
DMJX participated with the contrainer exhibition “No Longer, Not Yet” made by 19 students from the three schools, HS Hannover, University of Applied Sciences and Arts, the Magnum/SPEOS School of Photography and DMJX. Photo: Søren Pagter.
Søren Pagter handed over one of the three honorable mentions to the Philippine photographer Ezra Acayan at the award ceremony Saturday evening. Søren Pagter has been a member of the Freelens Award jury for all the six Lumix Festivals. Photo: Michael Matthey and Gustav Lorenz, Lumix Festival Team.