Michael Heindl is always ready for an intervention.
Another Life tells the story of eccentric Alex, who lives a spiritual hermit-life at the Irish coast´s spectacular cliffs.
Cause of Death
Through archival film footage, animation and spoken word poetry an experience of structural violence against women is exposed.
The Corncrake Paradox
A few days before October 26, men clothed in green camouflage prepare Vienna's Heldenplatz [Heroes' Square] for the country's National Holiday, setting the stage for the parading of Austria's Armed Forces.
This short film is based on a critical text drawn up by ZEBRA, an organization in Graz, Austria, on the Schengen Agreement and its effects on the EU`s insular asylum and migration policies as they are applied to a…
Hitting my Head on the World
Desperate people who do not know what to do next might hit their heads against walls. But if we observe this movement as an instrument, a hopeless action begins to transform into an absurd repetition.
A sequence of bucolic black-and-white fragments of the southern Tuscan countryside opens a portrait of a peaceful daily routine, of reconciled old age spent in a sun-drenched idyll. Without a hint of emotion, Jochen,…
In Krai a filmmaker is preparing together with his team a historical film in the village of his forefathers, near the Russian-Ukrainian border.The village turns into a fictional story.
Ralf's Colors is an experimental portrait of a schizophrenic person living in Lanzarote (Canary islands), whom I accompanied for over 5 years.
The Revolution Devours Its Children!
A director travels with ensemble to Burkina Faso where they get caught in a revolution. She plunges into protests against the autocratic long-term president and falls into the delusion of staging the political turmoil.
The film shows three women and three men between the ages of 70 and 80 who are seen in everchanging couple constellations, subject to the neutral gaze of the camera and consequently, finally, our own.
Such Stuff As Dreams Are Made On
Based on six milestones of self-organized and self-managed housing projects in Austria, this documentary explores a variety of topics related to cooperative planning processes from 1968 to the present.
Those Shocking Shaking Days
"A film that dismantles itself in the attempt at reorientation – it is about nothing less than a language for the horrors of war.” (Claus Philipp, Stadtkino Zeitung)
What a family can do
Cinematic essay on a woman’s experience of control and subjugation, which is acted out and dealt with mainly through body and language. (Michelle Koch)