Austria’s premier film festival enters the pandemic age with extra screens and a great selection of world cinema.
Shot in just 25 days in the summer of 1994, Richard Linklater’ s disarming look at flirtation, friendship and conversation opened the 1995 Sundance Film Festival, leading to two sequels and a creative partnership.
Global contagion has long inspired cinema, making it second only to nuclear Armageddon as a premise for post-apocalyptic dystopias! As you grumble about toilet paper shortages at your local Billa, take comfort that at the very least, things aren’t quite so bad as these silver screen nightmares.
Vienna’s temple of movie nostalgia, the legendary Bellaria cinema, has gone dark. Energetic rescue attempts are going on behind the screen, but a happy end is not yet in sight.
Loving Vincent recreates van Gogh’s artwork in animated oil paintingsIf painters express themselves through their art, biograp...
Vienna’s vintage movie theatres endure and thrive with niche programming.Cinema is a young medium, around for just ove...
How Austrian and American Film Influenced Each Other to Make Experimental Films That Changed the 20t...
Bruce Jenkins, professor of the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and Alexander Horwath, Director of the Vienna Film Museum discuss the Austro-Am...