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Corinna Berger

is an Austrian-American born in Tyrol, currently living in Vienna. After dabbling in Austrian Law she is currently studying Journalism and Media Management at the University of Applied Sciences FH WKW.

Isabel Coixet Brings The Bookshop to the Big Screen

Isabel Coixet recreates Penelope Fitzgerald’s novel on the power of literature for the big screen Even in this movie-mad city, the Filmcasino on Margaretenstraße, with its lush curves and golden glow of 1950s modernism, is...
Shorts Festival

Vienna Shorts Festival Adds Virtual Reality to the Mix

For 15 years and counting, the Vienna Shorts Festival shows cinematic innovation in 30 minutes or less. It’s no surprise that short films today are a proving ground for innovative formats, novel story-telling and edgy...

From Hub to ‘Hood | How the Hauptbahnhof Transforms Vienna

Vienna's Hauptbahnhof has spawned a whole new neighborhood. Even in a metropolis as staunchly traditional as Vienna, change is the only constant. It is a place where historical, architectural masterpieces coexist next to cutting edge, modern skyscrapers and lush, green city parks...

“Dangerously Good Films” at Vienna’s Lets CEE Film Festival

The Let’s CEE Film Festival returns with the very best from Central and Eastern Europe, Turkey and the Caucasus. Just six years old and already an institution, the Let’s CEE lm festival is dedicated to...

The Anschluss in Real Time

This Sunday, filmmaker Fredrick Baker and historian Heidemarie Uhl launch the multimedia project Zeituhr 1938 reenacting the annexation of Austria to the Third Reich. This year marks the 80th anniversary of the Anschluss – the...
wait until dark vienna

Vienna’s English Theatre Revives the 1960s Thriller, Wait Until Dark

Home invasions and darkness are two of our most primal fears – and excellent ingredients for a great thriller, as Frederick Knott succinctly proves in his play Wait Until Dark. Famously adapted for the screen...
margaret cho vienna

Margaret Cho is Coming to Vienna Again with a new Tour After Personal Turmoil

Blunt and fearless, Margaret Cho is a real groundbreaker in her field of comedy, getting a rise from audiences since exploding on stage in the early 1990s. Tirelessly taking on controversial subjects with scathing observations...
University Applied Arts 150 Vienna

The University of Applied Arts Celebrates its 150th Birthday

A spawning ground for many venerable creators, the Universität für Angewandte Kunst (University of Applied Arts) – or Angewandte for short – is celebrating its 150th birthday, looking back while looking forward with the...
Morgan James Vienna

The new Jazz Star Morgan James is Coming to Vienna

The rising diva graces the Vienna jazz firmament A new star on the jazz-horizon, Morgan James – who cut her teeth with covers of Aretha Franklin, Prince, Sam Smith, and her work with the popular...