Special Mention on INSTAGRAM

Posted on May 21, 2013

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Now Nils Clauss can also be followed on INSTAGRAM. Shots on his diary-like photo-stream are taken with the iPhone 4 only. The above image has been honoured with a SPECIAL MENTION in the latest competition of THE WEEKEND WALKABOUT – a weekly challenge juried by some of INSTAGRAM’s best.

feature article in WOMAN DONGA

Posted on May 21, 2013

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WOMAN DONGA features Nils Clauss in their current print magazine (#593, May 2013, p. 358-361). Based on an interview, the article focuses on Nils Clauss’ photography and film work, but also talks about what it is like to live and work as a foreign artist in Korea.

ORCHESTRAL MANOEUVRES . SPIEGEL ONLINE

Posted on May 12, 2013

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German weekly magazine DER SPIEGEL (one of Europe’s largest publications of its kind) features an online article on ORCHESTRAL MANOEUVRES IN THE NORTH. This short-documentary by Nils Clauss has just recently been nominated for the GERMAN WEB AWARD. In order to read the article, follow this link.

Until the 23rd of May 2013 the online community can vote for the “Best Video” in each category. To vote, you have to embed the video on any website, POST IT ON FACEBOOK or share it on your blog. Half of the points are awarded by the jury. All the online supporters will be responsible for the other half! Thank you in advance.

WEB VIDEO AWARD . Nomination

Posted on May 12, 2013

Great News! The documentary ORCHESTRAL MANOEUVRES IN THE NORTH is nominated for the GERMAN WEB VIDEO AWARD among the six nominees in the category “For Your Information” (FYI). In order to vote, you can share the video on any website, Facebook or blog. Half of the points are awarded by the jury. All the online supporters will be responsible for the other half! Thank you in advance. For more information, folllow this link.

ORCHESTRAL MANOEUVRES IN THE NORTH is a short documentary about a unique visit of the Munich Chamber Orchestra (MKO) to Pyongyang, North Korea. The Goethe-Institut Korea  arranged this cross-cultural encounter to one of the most internationally isolated places in the world. Nils Clauss was kindly invited to join and document this special event in form of a short documentary.