Inntravel Award for Best Short Film - announcing the second jury member

30/07/2013

Inntravel Award for Best Short Film - announcing the second jury member

The Festival is delighted to announce its second Jury member, as part of its inaugural Inntravel Award for Best Short Film – Anna Linder.

Hailing from Lapland, Sweden, Anna Linder has a background in artists' moving image production, curation and distribution. Her own video works have been screened at film festivals worldwide.

She joins Nick James, the editor of the BFI’s Sight & Sound magazine, on the Jury – with a third member to be announced.

The Inntravel Competition takes place on Saturday 28th September, as part of the ninth Berwick Film & Media Arts Festival.

The competition is now closed for entries, following a hugely successful call for entries – the Festival would like to thank the many filmmakers and artists who responded to the call out.

Tickets for the Inntravel Competition and the full programme for this year's Festival, North by Northeast, will be released on Monday 19th August. In the meantime Early Bird Festival passes can be purchased on our website and from The Maltings Box Office, in person and by calling +44 (0) 1289 330999.


Anna Linder

Born 1967 in Lapland, Sweden, Anna Linder has worked in moving image art as an independent artist, curator and producer since 1990. Now based between Gothenburg and Stockholm, Sweden, her work has been selected for festivals and art exhibitions internationally.

Until recently, Anna worked at Filmform – Sweden’s Art Film and Video Archive whilst working on her own projects. Her works have been exhibited and screened at Tribeca Film Festival, Palm Springs International Film Festival, Oberhausen International Short Film Festival, ICA London, The Swedish Institute in Paris, and at Arsenal Experimental in Berlin.

Currently she is researching Queer moving image culture at The University of Gothenburg; Valand Academy and as a curator for the opening of The European Capital of Culture Umeå 2014 and the 4th Moscow Biennale, among various projects. 

Photo by Anna Gerdén, Tekniska Museet