Production: Satel Fernseh-und Filmproduktionsgesellschaft

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PEBBLES

In Pebbles, Lukas Stepanik is particularly sharp in his staging of a past that, in reality, never died, while at the same time making a careful and never ordinary analysis of the society and world in which we live. As part of the retrospective Keine Angst by the Filmarchiv Austria.

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ICH ODER DU

Realism, minimalism, music and even, from time to time, a welcome irony make Ich oder Du a captivating feature film both from the point of view of the story itself and from the point of view of its staging. A perfect picture of 1980s Vienna magically comes to life on the movie screen. At the Viennale 2023, as part of the Filmarchiv Austria’s retrospective Keine Angst.

RADETZKYMARSCH

In Axel Corti’s Radetzkymarsch (which was finished by Gernot Roll after the director’s sudden death), alongside the parable about the empire there is a particular focus on the father/son relationship and what the two protagonists never managed to say to each other. All this is staged also thanks to the excellent performances of a very good cast, within which the great Max von Sydow stands out.

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HUMAN FEMALES

VALIE EXPORT, born Waltraud Lehner, in Human Females draws her inspiration from past works, while at the same time developing her own language, without being afraid to experiment. The focus is on women in all their possible aspects.