Din for evigt

Erik Persson who is a widower lives alone in his and his wife’s old house in Vedbæk, Denmark. Together they had a happy marriage, and lived in great wealth in one of the most expensive areas of the country. Today his children have grown up and his wife is deceased.  This is a story about getting older, and remembering back on better days.

The short-doc won a first prize at Årets Pressefoto in the category ‘Best Multimedia Production’



Kai Clancy grew up in an aboriginal community in Queensland, Australia. Since he was a child, his aboriginal roots have been a big part of Kai’s identity and he has performed in aboriginal ceremonies, dance, arts and fought for the rights of aboriginals. Over the past years something has changed in Kai’s life. Kai, who grew up as girl, has undergone the transition into being a man and now sees himself as a ’brotherboy’; a aboriginal transgender. Since Kai’s transition his relationship with his culture has changed. Because how do you unite a culture with tradition of separation between men and women with being transgender.

The short-doc was awarded ‘Best film by director over 25’ at the VMC Festival in Melbourne, Australia.