Tag: Austria

HORROR FILM IN AUSTRIA

Despite several films – many of them particularly noteworthy – made from the origins of the cinema, horror film in Austria has never yet seen a group of filmmakers take a common direction to create a real movement. At least until today.

FILM AND FACTORIES – PART II

In many propaganda films made in Austria during World War I, it was necessary to convey to the nation and the world the image of an Austria where even the enemy was treated with great care, with the possibility of making him in turn helpful to the nation that ‘hosted’ him. Cinema and factories, then, once again formed an essential combination.

FILM AND FACTORIES – PART I

The focus on the world of factories and all the potentials they offered started in Austria – as one can well imagine – during World War I. In fact, it was precisely within the factories that weapons were made to defend the nation and its citizens. It was, in fact, within the factories that weapons were made to defend their nation and their citizens. It was within the factories that, in one way or another, the foundations were laid for a possible victory at the front.

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CABARET IN AUSTRIA

Cabaret in Austria is an art form that is much more widespread than one might think. It was born with specific political and social aims and, even today, continues to have a strong relevance throughout the country, as well as influencing, in its own way, the seventh art. But when exactly did cabaret originate in Austria?