• The Trouble with Being Born Poster

    The Trouble with Being Born

    The Trouble with Being Born Poster

    The Trouble with Being Born

    Elli is an android and lives with a man she calls her father. Together they drift through the summer. During the day they swim in the pool and at night he takes her to bed. She shares his memories and anything else he programs her to recall. Memories that mean everything to him but nothing to her. Yet, one night she sets off into the woods following a fading echo… The story of a machine and the ghosts we all carry within us.

  • Bread Poster

    Bread

    Bread Poster

    Bread

    The simple staple bread has become a branded product with an increasing number of varieties and providers. The film provides authentic impressions in today’s world of bread. We encounter small craft bakers as well as corporate CEOs whose professional work is our daily bread and ask the question: how do you see the future of our bread? And: what are we actually eating?

  • Narziss und Goldmund Poster

    Narziss und Goldmund

    Narziss und Goldmund Poster

    Narziss und Goldmund

    The young Goldmund is to study in the monastery Mariabronn. There he meets the Narcissus, who has dedicated himself with heart and soul to the ascetic and austere life in the monastery. An intimate friendship soon develops between the two, but the boisterous and fun-loving Goldmund soon realizes that the life the convent offers does not match his ideas of freedom and, emboldened by Narcissus, embarks on a journey full of adventure. But years later, Narcissus and Goldmund meet again under dramatic circumstances.

  • Little Joe Poster

    Little Joe

    Little Joe Poster

    Little Joe

    LITTLE JOE follows Alice (Emily Beecham), a single mother and dedicated senior plant breeder at a corporation engaged in developing new species. She has engineered a special crimson flower, remarkable not only for its beauty but also for its therapeutic value: if kept at the ideal temperature, fed properly and spoken to regularly, this plant makes its owner happy. Against company policy, Alice takes one home as a gift for her teenage son, Joe. They christen it 'Little Joe.' But as their plant grows, so too does Alice's suspicion that her new creation may not be as harmless as its nickname suggests.

  • The Diver Inside Poster

    The Diver Inside

    The Diver Inside Poster

    The Diver Inside

    The Viennese Irene is a strong and self-confident woman who lives on Ibiza with her 18-year-old daughter Lena. The close relationship between mother and daughter is shaken when Irene's ex-partner Paul returns to Ibiza together with his son Robert. His world career as a composer and musician is in danger. He will soon be on trial for having severely mistreated Irene. He tries to manipulate Irene with every means at his disposal in order to withdraw the charges. When he almost succeeds, Lena and Robert turn up against Paul. The conflict is inevitable.

    In the midst of the apparent idyll of a Mediterranean island, this film tells the story of a trauma from the different perspectives of those involved. A psycho-thriller about the effects, repression and coming to terms with family violence, but also about the longing for love and the indomitable power of rebellion.

  • But Beautiful Poster

    But Beautiful

    But Beautiful Poster

    But Beautiful

    In his new film, Erwin Wagenhofer is looking for the good and beautiful in this world.

  • Space Dogs Poster

    Space Dogs

    Space Dogs Poster

    Space Dogs

    Laika, a stray dog, was the first living being to be sent into space and thus to a certain death. A legend says that she returned to Earth as a ghost and still roams the streets of Moscow alongside her free-drifting descendants. While shooting this film, the directors little by little realised that they knew the street dogs only as part of our human world; they have never looked at humans as a part of the dogs’ world.

  • Greetings from Krampus Poster

    Greetings from Krampus

    Greetings from Krampus Poster

    Greetings from Krampus

    In German folklore, during the Christmas season Krampus is a horned beast who punishes children who have misbehaved, in contrast with Saint Nicholas, who rewards good children with gifts. The documentary points out why the fur covered beast Krampus is fascinating for young people and gives a glimpse of the Krampus runs that combine male masquerade, initiation rites, mating behavior, ritual beatings and long standing tradition.

  • The Tobacconist Poster

    The Tobacconist

    The Tobacconist Poster

    The Tobacconist

    Vienna, 1937, on the eve of the annexation of Austria into Nazi Germany. The young and inexperienced Franz Huchel begins to learn about both the joys and hardships of life by working as an apprentice to the mutilated war veteran Otto Trsnjek in a small tobacco shop, where he meets the famous psychiatrist Sigmund Freud, a regular customer, who will become a valuable friend in times of chaos and uncertainty…

  • Tracking Edith  Poster

    Tracking Edith

    Tracking Edith  Poster

    Tracking Edith

    Tracking Edith tells the story of a socially engaged Austrian photographer who led a double life: as a secret agent for the KGB, Edith Tudor-Hart recruited one of the most famous spy rings of the 20th century and played an important role in facilitating the Soviet Union to build an Atom Bomb. A documentary about a renowned photographer, a spy with a conscience and hidden secrets in a family.