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In Salt of the Earth, Mexican mine workers struggle for equal rights with their American colleagues, while Auf amol a Streik documents the only strike in Austria since the end of the war to last more than three weeks, which occurred in the Semperit tire factory in Traiskirchen in May But its commentary does not make an effort at objectivity, which can never exist in journalism, anyway. A further program juxtaposes two films about strikes: As distributors, and as filmmakers, the three founding members and Stejskal proved to be idealistically and politically alert in all of their activities — and undoubtedly contributed to the politicizing of the Austrian film scene. Leo Gabriel, AT , Short film In the s, when the Filmladen collective formed, apart from the Austrian Film Museum, Austrian film culture concentrated on initiatives such as the Freies Kino, the Action Kino, and several film clubs located in university institutes. Facebook Twitter Vimeo Instagram — English. Diese Website benutzt Cookies.

Diese Website benutzt Cookies. It can also be said that although the films from the early days of the Filmladen sometimes appear aesthetically outdated in , they nonetheless deal with themes that are just as topical today as they were back then: While in the provincial cinemas Heimatfilme or lewd fare were playing, the Filmladen was attempting the largely unknown Autorenkino — long before terms such as Arthouse Cinema had emerged. A further program juxtaposes two films about strikes: Mababangong Bangungot tells the story of young Kidlat, who lives with his mother in a village on the Philippines and dreams of going to America. In Salt of the Earth, Mexican mine workers struggle for equal rights with their American colleagues, while Auf amol a Streik documents the only strike in Austria since the end of the war to last more than three weeks, which occurred in the Semperit tire factory in Traiskirchen in May Leo Gabriel, AT , Short film In the s, when the Filmladen collective formed, apart from the Austrian Film Museum, Austrian film culture concentrated on initiatives such as the Freies Kino, the Action Kino, and several film clubs located in university institutes.

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As distributors, and as filmmakers, the three founding members and Stejskal proved to be idealistically and politically alert in all of their activities — and undoubtedly contributed to the politicizing of the Austrian film scene.

Leo Gabriel, ATShort film In the s, when the Filmladen collective formed, apart from the Austrian Film Museum, Austrian film culture concentrated on initiatives such as the Freies Kino, the Action Kino, and several film clubs located in university institutes. In the s, when the Filmladen collective formed, apart from the Austrian Film Museum, Austrian film culture concentrated bangungto initiatives such as the Freies Kino, the Action Kino, and several film clubs located in university institutes.

Projizierte Weiblichkeit en Zur Person: In the upcoming edition of the festival, the Diagonale will dedicate the Spotlight on program, with which it has highlighted distinctive signatures in Austrian film production in past years, for the first time to a collective. The program series will focus not only on a film distributor crucial for the Austrian film branch, but also on its central protagonists: It can also be said that although the films from the early days of the Filmladen sometimes appear aesthetically outdated inthey nonetheless deal with themes that are just as topical today as they were back then: In Salt of the Earth, Mexican mine workers struggle for equal rights with their American colleagues, while Auf amol a Streik documents the only strike in Austria since the end of the war to last more than three weeks, which occurred in the Semperit tire factory in Traiskirchen in May Like many of the works shown, Salt of the Earth is a re-discovery, its screening in the cinema is a true special feature, and a rare opportunity to see a film such as this on the screen.

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Diese Website benutzt Cookies. The situation was also similar in Innsbruck, Graz, Linz, and Salzburg.

The Filmladen ultimately emerged from these activities inand brought politically relevant films to Austria, offering a powerful signal in opposition to the conformism of the media landscape at the time. A further program juxtaposes two films about strikes: Leo Gabriel, ATShort film. An American man takes him with him, first on a long journey to Europe, where, confronted with a technocratic, cold industrial society, he begins to question his earlier dreams.

While in the provincial cinemas Heimatfilme or lewd fare were playing, the Filmladen was attempting the largely unknown Autorenkino — long before terms such as Arthouse Cinema had emerged. But its commentary does not make an effort at objectivity, which can never exist in journalism, anyway. Mababangong Bangungot tells the story of young Kidlat, who lives with his mother in a village on the Philippines and dreams of going to America.

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