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‘Knowledge in motion’ film competition for FAU’s 275th anniversary

What is it about?

In this jubilee year, FAU students, former students and employees are invited to creatively visualise ‘their FAU’ in a short film. Technical specifications: none. Whether a smartphone clip or professionally produced segment – what matters is the original idea. The three best films will be premiered at the Dies Jubilee. All films submitted will be shown in a ‘FAU Long Night of Cinema’.

The University’s motto, ‘Knowledge in motion’, allows a wide range of associations. We’re asking all students, alumni and staff at FAU to show us what knowledge in motion means to them at FAU. Whether at Roter Platz, Audimax, or in the Schlossgarten – the many faces of FAU are as diverse as the stories we associate them with. As part of the anniversary year, we would like to share these stories through film. Take part in our competition and show us in a film what FAU and its motto ‘Knowledge in motion’ means to you. Whether you take part by yourself or in a team – we’re really looking forward to seeing why and how knowledge is in motion for you personally at our university.

1: “Lernpause” by Jana Forkel


2: “Nachts an der FAU” by Karin Kulhanek


3: “BeWEGung” by Anton Brahm and Leonie Maderstein