Masterclass on visual identity with Kim Høegh Mikkelsen 28/6 at 16.00
Where does visual identity come from?
Kim Høgh Mikkelsen is trained at The Danish Film School in 1999, and he has a special ability to deliver aesthetically pure expressions, with a subtle and humoristic form. His great interest in film philosophy and art cinema shines brightly through his work, which broadly includes commercial film (Hugo Boss, Malene Birger among others), comedies (Rita at TV2, which won Best Photo in Danish TV-drama in 2012) and even the more contemplative art films (Dag och Natt by Simon Staho, 2004).
Kim have just ended Erik Clausen’s upcoming feature film, and he is in pre-production for Hella Joof’s next film.
In the other spectre of the visual Scale, Kim Høgh has been collaborating with artists as Lillibeth, Ebbe Stub Viittrup and theatre director Christian Lollike on a pilot for at TV-series.
The event is open for everyone, when we invite Kim to talk about how to give a film visual identity, and through examples from his own films, you will receive a much greater knowledge about the topic. There will be focus on how to develop the visual language of the film, expression and signature style. Furthermore, Kim will explore in what ways visual identity is created.
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The talk is supported by the Nordea Fund, and is open to everyone. It takes place at Aarhus Film Workshop, Skovgaardsgade 3, June 28. At 16.00-18.30