AwardsLive at Heart is all about the creative industries of tomorrow. And we love recognizing and honouring the people buildning them.
Live at Heart is all about the creative industries of tomorrow. And we love recognizing and honouring the people buildning them.
Swedish Media Festival
Discover an important part of the Swedish film industry
Swedens best industry films compete in this national contest covering thirteen different categories. The price ceremony is held in Örebro during the Live at Heart festival week, and the nominated submissions will be screened in the beautiful movie theatre Bio Roxy before the ceremony.
Swedish Media Festival is organized by Örebro Filmförening, Live at Heart, Takeoff and Chimney Group
Short Film Competition
In the Live at Heart Short Film Competition, an international jury will name the best swedish and international short films. The nominated films will screen on the 8th of september as a part of the Live at Heart Film program, after which the winners will be presented in a price ceremony. The audience will aldo get the chance to vote for the best short film.
Best short: The Age of Reason (Mathilde Petit, France) and Boy-Razor (Peter Pontikis, Sweden)
Best short: JOY (Abini Gold, Germany)
The jury’s special price: The Chop (Lewis Rose, England)
Audience award: The Chop (Lewis Rose, England)
Josef is a regional film competition for people between 16 and 26. It’s arranged by Film i Örebro Län, Örebro Filmförening and Live at Heart. The competition is open for Örebro based filmmakers only.
The screening of the competing films and the prize ceremony will take place on the 3rd of September at Bio Roxy in Örebro as a part of Live at Heart Film.
Noo-marathon is an national film competition where you make a film in 24 hours where all the competing filmmakers have to follow a theme, objects and location to have in their film. The films from Örebro Län will have a screenings of this years films from with a following prize ceremony on the 4th of September at Bio Roxy as a part of Live at Heart Film
Learn more and apply with your team: https://www.regionorebrolan.se/noomaraton
Filmfoten is an award given annually by Film i Örebro län and Live at Heart to someone in the film industry who has done something extraordinary over the past year.
2017, the prize was given to Abbe Hassan, Ivica Zubac and the production company Indian Summer for the feature film “Måste gitt”.
2017 Abbe Hassan, Ivica Zubac and the production company Indian Summer for the feature film “Måste gitt”
2016 Linus Andersson, Eleni Young and David Sandberg for the short film ”Kung Fury”
2015 Stina Gardell, documentary producer
2014 Mimmi Spång and Rebecka Lafrenz from the production company Garage Film
2006 William Long
2005 Tomas Alfredsson
2004 Jens Mård for ”Tanken som räknas ” and Mikael Håfström for ”Ondskan”
2003 Maria Rinaldo for ”Glesbygdspolka” and Hasse Alfredsson for his long and faithful service.
2002 Fredrik Lindström
2001 Nina Hedenius for ”Christian” and Lukas Moodysson for being the most impactful person in Swedish film industry during 2000.
2000 Maria Essén for ”Changing Direction” and Ella Lemhagen for ”Tsatsiki, morsan och polisen”.
Låtskrivarstipendiet is a songwriting scholarship that’s granted an artist or a band that’s excelled in songwriting over the past year, with the aim to help musicians grow and create. The winner is announced during the Live at Heart Grand Opening and the sholarship consists of a weeks stay at Elite Hotel in Örebro and one week’s access to a professional recording studio at Örebro University.
Previous recipiants are The Magnettes (2017), Dimpker Brothers (2016), Tom Levin (2015) and Good Harvest (2014).
Live at Heart is about crossing borders and connecting people. Every year the prize Musikörat is given to one or two people who has highlighted the importance of crossing borders, breaking patterns and getting people to join in within the music industry.
The winner or winners of Musikörat is announced on the Live at Heart Grand Opening. Previous recipients are Jill Johnson (2014), Hilda Sandgren och Tomas Ledin (2015), Göran Samuelsson (2016) and Malena Ernman and Alexander Goldmann (2017).