• Chasing The Line Poster

    Chasing The Line

    Chasing The Line Poster

    Chasing The Line

    Barely 22, Franz Klammer finds himself at the “eye of the storm” when he shows up for the men’s downhill competition at the 1976 Winter Olympic Games. Since the previous season the charismatic newcomer has won virtually every race. The pressure from the media and the public and the hopes of an entire nation are off the scales. His sponsor is pushing him to switch equipment right before the competition, the weather is getting steadily worse, and his toughest rivals know that Franz has to do better than just a flawless run. Franz senses that he has to find his own path and that only the love of his life can give him the strength to do that. This is the most important race of his life in which he skis a line that nobody even thought was possible and which will make him to this day a legend in the sport of downhill skiing.
  • The Scary House Poster

    The Scary House

    The Scary House Poster

    The Scary House

    It’s a cultural shock, when Hendrik (16) moves with his mother and brother Eddi (8) from Germany to a small village in Carinthia. The locals speak an incomprehensible dialect and there seems to be something wrong with the house as well. Eddi begins to sleepwalk, Hendrik is haunted by creepy nightmares and their mother despairs more and more. After initial difficulties Hendrik makes friends with nerdy Fritz and brisk Ida. Together they track down the secret of the eerie house.

  • Luzifer Poster

    Luzifer

    Luzifer Poster

    Luzifer

    Inspired by the true story of an exorcism.

    Johannes, an innocent, Kaspar Hauser-like man with the heart of a child, lives secluded in an alpine hut together with his eagle and his devout mother. Daily life in this isolated world is governed by prayer and ritual. But suddenly, modern objects and disruptive noises intrude between nature and worship. A tourist development threatens to poison their paradise and awaken the devil.

  • Hinterland Poster

    Hinterland

    Hinterland Poster

    Hinterland

    Vienna, 1920. The Austro-Hungarian Empire has collapsed. Peter Perg returns home from the Great War, after years of captivity. But the Vienna he comes home to is nothing like the place he once knew. The new Austrian Republic thrives on artistic freedom, but anti-democratic movements loom overhead. A stranger in his hometown, his life takes a turn for the worse when one of his former comrades is murdered. Suddenly the mysterious killings of veterans are mounting. Personally connected to the victims, Perg decides to bring the killer to justice.

  • Risks and Side Effects Poster

    Risks and Side Effects

    Risks and Side Effects Poster

    Risks and Side Effects

    A routine check-up reveals that the Pilates trainer Kathrin is suffering from kidney disease and needs a transplant. Her husband Arnold is a successful architect in the middle of a large project and is afraid of donating one of his kidneys. Götz, a friend of the couple's, would undergo the operation immediately if it means saving Kathrin's life - even though this causes problems with his partner Diana. Confronted by issues of life and death, the fragility of the relationships within and between the couples is laid bare. Eventually, the question can no longer be avoided: what is true love?

  • Große Freiheit Poster

    Große Freiheit

    Große Freiheit Poster

    Große Freiheit

    Hans Hoffmann is gay during a time when homosexuality was still illegal in Germany and Austria. Nevertheless he continues his quest for freedom and love, even if he finds it in the most unusual places.

  • Moneyboys Poster

    Moneyboys

    Moneyboys Poster

    Moneyboys

    Fei makes a living in the big city working as a Moneyboy. His world collapses when he realizes that his family accepts his money but not his homosexuality. Broken-hearted, Fei struggles to create a new beginning in his life.

  • Welcome to Siegheilkirchen (aka Snotty Boy) Poster

    Welcome to Siegheilkirchen (aka Snotty Boy)

    Welcome to Siegheilkirchen (aka Snotty Boy) Poster

    Welcome to Siegheilkirchen (aka Snotty Boy)

    1960's Siegheilkirchen, a small town in the Austrian hinterland is steeped in reactionary and ultra-Catholic attitudes. The son of a hard-working innkeeper and his wife, called Snotty Boy by all and sundry, is at odds with the narrow-minded confines of his home town. But his unstoppable talent for drawing gives him an outlet for his discontent.

  • Me, We Poster

    Me, We

    Me, We Poster

    Me, We

    Maria travels to the Mediterranean to help people who are stranded at sea. Marcel founds an escort service to protect women from “intrusive immigrants.” Petra takes in a traumatized refugee. And the asylum shelter director Gerald is put to the test by a resident.
  • Sargnagel Poster

    Sargnagel

    Sargnagel Poster

    Sargnagel

    The novel “Fitness” by anarchic poet Stefanie Sargnagel is to be made into a film. The only condition on the part of film funding: Sargnagel should play herself. Surfacing alongside the author are numerous actors from the Viennese cultural landscape in cameo appearances to satirically dissect the Austrian culture industry and its mechanisms.