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Review: Crush My Heart

Review: Crush My Heart

Beggars can’t be choosers is the message at the heart of Alexandra Makarová’s directorial debut, an ill-fated Roma love story set in Vienna  

22/06/2018 | Films | Austria

The Family: An extraordinary protagonist in even more extraordinary circumstances

The Family: An extraordinary protagonist in even more extraordinary circumstances

Rok Biček's magnum opus is an uncompromising piece of cinéma vérité that was ten years in the making  

26/09/2017 | Films | Slovenia/Austria

Ties That Bind: All happy families – or not

Ties That Bind: All happy families – or not

Ivette Löcker’s award-winning documentary, freshly crowned at the Diagonale, is a humorous and touching portrait of a Salzburg marriage long past its expiry date  

03/04/2017 | Films | Austria

The Dreamed Ones: The endless dialogue of poets in love

The Dreamed Ones: The endless dialogue of poets in love

Viennese documentary maker Ruth Beckermann’s latest piece is an unclassifiable literary film that gives substance back to the passion of poets Paul Celan and Ingeborg Bachmann  

16/03/2016 | Films | Austria

Spielmann returns with the surprising October November

Spielmann returns with the surprising October November

Götz Spielmann's long awaited follow-up to Oscar-nominated Revanche may disappoint those who expected another classic thriller, but also delight arthouse audiences  

06/12/2013 | Films | Austria

Soldier Jane marches off to Sundance and Rotterdam

Soldier Jane marches off to Sundance and Rotterdam

Daniel Hoesl’s two liberated heroines are off to compete at the festival created by Robert Redford, before heading on to Rotterdam for the European premiere of their adventures  

06/12/2012 | Films | Austria

If the Seed Doesn’t Die too exhausting to satisfy

If the Seed Doesn’t Die too exhausting to satisfy

Serbian-born director Siniša Dragin’s third feature film If the Seed Doesn’t Die had premiered at Tokyo International Film Festival before winning the Audience Award at Rotterdam. Supported by the...  

14/06/2011 | Films | Romania/Serbia/Austria

Geyrhalter captures European zeitgeist in Abendland

Geyrhalter captures European zeitgeist in Abendland

Austrian documentarian Nikolaus Geyrhalter’s Abendland had its world premiere at the opening of the Diagonale, the Festival of Austrian Film in Graz (March 22-27). The fly-on-the-wall documentary...  

25/03/2011 | Films | Austria

“Suburban crocodiles” back on screens

“Suburban crocodiles” back on screens

In Germany yesterday, Constantin launched the third and final instalment in the adventures of the "Vorstadtkrokodile" ("suburban crocodiles"), those budding detectives from the Ruhr who were...  

21/01/2011 | Films | Germany/Austria

The Fatherless don’t get along

After premiering in the Panorama section of the Berlinale, the feature debut of Austrian writer-director Marie Kreutz, The Fatherless, swept the Diagonale festival, where it won Best Film, Best...  

04/01/2011 | Films | Austria

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