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education; film; interactive;
Concept and visual identity for the Danish Film Institute youth laboratory – FILM-X.

FILM-X is a concept developed by the Danish Film Institute (DFI).
In only two hours, FILM-X studio gives children and young adults a complete experience of the creative process of filmmaking as well as the magic, special effects, illusions and history inherent in film. FILM-X is a complete film production environment, consisting of four film studios, as well as a sound studio, animation studios, editing stations and a laboratory, all linked by a digital network.

FILM-X was established in 2002 thanks to a generous donation from the Egmont Foundation and the Nordic Film Fund.

The film studio has been highly acclaimed for its graphic design and user-friendly interface design. In 2003 Rasmus Koch Studio was awarded the Danish Design Award in the category "Digital communication / Digital design" for the DFI Cinematheque's FILM-X.

An excerpt from the jury's statement reads:
"The FILM-X project encourages experimentation, playing and make believe. The jury wishes to emphasis and praise this initiative that sets the stage for utilising the digital media by putting it into a larger context where the focus is not on the digital medium itself, but on the entire film production process."

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2002, 2003, 2006

Copenhagen, DK


Danish Film Institute

The national organisation responsible for supporting, encouraging and conserving film and cinema culture. The institute is supported by the Danish Ministry of Culture. The institute houses Denmark's national filmography as well as an entertainment and edutainment facility, with its cinemas, videotheque, restaurant and café, bookshop and filmmaking studio FILM X. Initially the Danish Film Institute was born out of merger between four separate organisations.


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