DMJX Festival with lectures for all students

Friday, April 12, all regular teaching was suspended and instead a DMJX Festival with a selection of 16 lectures was held at the campus in Aarhus.

The documentary Daughter of Genghis by Knud Brix, Christian Als and Kristoffer Poulsen was screened at the DMJX festival. Photo: Kasper Søholt/DMJX
DMJX alumni photojournalist Christian Als and journalist Knud Brix talked about the making of Daughter of Genghis and answered questions after the screening of the film.
Photo: Søren Pagter/DMJX
Students listening to the lecture The Gaza war in the news media: A view from Lebanon by Jad Melki, associate professor at Lebanese American University. Photo: Kasper Søholt/DMJX
Casper Dalhoff, staff photographer at Jyllands-posten talked about his up-coming book Normal – a project that started as his final bachelor 25 years ago. Casper Dalhoff also talked about making stories in your own backyard instead of traveling abroad.
Photo: Søren Pagter/DMJX
Some of the students and teachers at Casper Dalhoff’s talk during the DMJX Festival, Friday, April 12. Photo: Søren Pagter/DMJX
The DMJX Festival ended with different social activities, like a table tennis tournament, a music quiz and other stuff. Photo: Kasper Søholt/DMJX