Month: June 2021


Love triumphs in Court Theatre. But will it be so for everyone? And, above all, is love or career more important? How much can people’s opinions influence a person’s life? Willi Forst has staged it all with a strong lyricism, but also with the right cynicism, especially when it comes to dealing with certain dynamics within the show business and the upper middle class.


The Robber focuses mainly on the complex inner world of its protagonist, his constant need to run away, his difficulty in integrating into society and leading a normal life.



In I am the Tigress, the two filmmakers opted for the most neutral directorial approach possible and let the images speak for themselves. There is no need, in this documentary of theirs, for redundant captions or classic interviews. The camera follows the protagonist in her everyday life and the viewer immediately becomes part of her world, laughs with her, suffers with her and even experiences her most intimate moments. At the Diagonale 2021.


In Madison, the Tyrolean mountains provide the perfect setting for wild bike rides, tortuous curves and steep descents. And the director’s camera handles the space perfectly, moves with agility along the slopes and trails, and gives us welcome adrenalin-fuelled moments. At the Diagonale 2021.