In Archive of the Future, an almost contemplative narrative style, images with a magnetic appeal and a direction devoid of excessive virtuosity give us a virtual tour of one of Vienna’s most famous museums, giving us above all the precious opportunity to ‘peek behind the scenes’. At the Diagonale’23.
With Die Vermieterin, Sebastian Brauneis has once again made something totally unique. A hilarious and moving work, in which there is also – and above all – an important social discourse. At the Diagonale’23.
Breaking the Ice is the story of a long and often painful growth path. The self discovery and the importance of interpersonal relationships. A completely personal, extremely intimate and never trivial story, with a strong, well-marked personality. At the Diagonale’23.
ABC is a constantly evolving journey towards a future full of new discoveries and new ways of understanding art and reality. The memory of bygone times and how we have become what we are today. A true love letter to life, to friendship, to Cinema. At the Diagonale’23.
On the occasion of the Diagonale’23, Cinema Austriaco had the opportunity to meet Sebastian Höglinger and Peter Schernhuber, who have directed the Festival of Austrian Film since 2016 and who will hand over their directorship to Claudia Slanar and Dominik Kamalzadeh from June 2023. Interview by Marina Pavido.
Shot entirely in 16mm, I am here! is a difficult, often painful, but also tenderly nostalgic journey between past and present in view of a new future. An apparently essential feature film, but, in reality, much more complex than it may initially seem. At the Diagonale’23.
Dark atmospheres, bleak landscapes and interpersonal relationships full of burning secrets are the absolute protagonists in Dunkle Wasser. The Riahi brothers, for their part, have mastered an impeccable and multifaceted screenplay, the highlight of which is the two detectives. At the Diagonale’23.
The Diagonale is pleased to present Austria’s most prestigious film prizes again in 2023. A total of 19 film prizes were awarded during the award ceremony at the Orpheum in Graz.
Wicked Games Rimini Sparta, through the story of three people, immediately becomes a picture of the era in which we live, of a sick world in which everyone seems to be hopelessly alone, destined never to find the longed-for serenity. At the Diagonale’23.
Feminism WTF is not simply a documentary about feminism or the status of women in our society. Feminism WTF is an extremely intelligent and necessary film, addressing everyone in view of a better future. At the Diagonale’23.