68th International Short Film Festival Oberhausen, 30 April – 9 May 2022
Looking for music video submissions for the German MuVi Award
In 2022, the International Short Film Festival Oberhausen will award the German MuVi Award for the best German music video for the 24th time, and clips can now be submitted for the competition. The Festival is looking for exciting, unusual and surprising images, as the prize is awarded for the best visualisation of a piece of music. All nominated clips will be screened in the cinema during the 68th International Short Film Festival Oberhausen (30 April - 9 May 2022) in Oberhausen, where an international jury will select the prize winners. Prize money totalling 3,500 euros will be awarded.
Submission deadline: 25 February 2022
Production date: after 1 January 2021
Length: maximum 15 minutes
The director or producers of the video must be based in Germany.
The competition selection will be announced in March 2022.
The 23rd German MuVi Award 2021
The German MuVi Award 2021 was presented online during the 67th International Short Film Festival Oberhausen. The 1st Prize, endowed with 2,000 euros, went to UWE for Junge Milliardäre (UWE); the 2nd Prize, endowed with 1,000 euros, was won by Christine Gensheimer for The Source of the Absolute Knowledge (Jaakko Eino Kalevi). The Audience Award, endowed with 500 euros, went to Mishka Kornai for NOAH (Christian Löffler). A Special Mention also went to Stephanie Müller and Klaus Erika Dietl for Rasenmäher in E-Moll (beißpony). The 2021 jury: Jan Bonny (Germany), Annekathrin Kohout (Germany), Babeth Mondini-VanLoo (Netherlands).
Oberhausen, 28 September 2021