role-players at Comic Con in Vienna
A growing number of conventions and groups prove that dressing up doesn’t have to end when you grow up. It’s undeniable: Nerd culture has moved into the mainstream. The gaming industry is bigger than Hollywood, Korean pop music is a global phenomenon, and the world’s richest man is a computer scientist who started an online […]
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50 years later, the documentary Apollo 11 takes you to the moon with newly discovered footage.
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The Wir sind Wien festival brings theater, music and local culture to each of Vienna’s districts – one day at a time and free of charge.
tourist shot of Salzburg
Born out of the ashes of the Great War, the Salzburg Festspiele carries on Max Reinhardt’s dream of a Europe united through culture. Where other nations lionize inventors, generals or captains of industry, Austrians worship at the altar of high art. Opera singers are as famous as footballers and premieres at the Burgtheater are front-page news. […]
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Every day, new TV series pop up and disappear – most we will never remember. Every once in a while, though, a show like Game of Thrones (GoT) comes around and mesmerizes the population. With breath-taking scenery, gore, heroism, and the death on every side, the show fueled social media arguments. Sure, it was dark and gloomy, […]
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biennale
Artist Andreas Kattner shares his top 10 moments from the Venice Art Biennale.
vagina monologues
Thiasus’ production of The Vagina Monologues brings real-life stories about the joys and sorrows of femininity to Vienna. When The Vagina Monologues premiered in 1996 at the Here Arts Center on Broadway, Eve Ensler’s Obie-award winning play was lauded as “probably the most important piece of political theater of the last decade” by the New […]
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Vienna’s Jewish Film Festival once again presents a broad range of cinematic gems while documenting the achievements of those that came before us. With centuries of ups and downs – persecution, hardships, trials and tribulations, but also triumph ...
Rojava
Rojava offers lessons on love, life and death from the Autonomous Administration of North and East Syria Rojava, the self-described autonomous administration of the Kurdish area of Syria has excited the public imagination in Europe. Committed to the principles of socialism, feminism, environmentalism, and diversity, it’s buoyed by inspiring images of the bold female fighters […]
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