• 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.

  • What We Wanted Poster

    What We Wanted

    What We Wanted Poster

    What We Wanted

    Alice and Niklas are a young couple who's biggest wish is to have a child of their own. After several failed attempts they decide to go on a holiday in Sardinia to clear their minds. There they meet a family from Austria that seems to have everything they ever wished for. But appearances can be deceiving...

  • Why Not You Poster

    Why Not You

    Why Not You Poster

    Why Not You

    Mario, a young dancer living in a small village has to face the loss of his beloved best friend Lenz, victim of an attack in a gay club.

  • Glory To The Queen Poster

    Glory To The Queen

    Glory To The Queen Poster

    Glory To The Queen

    During the Cold War, four legendary female chess players from Georgia revolutionized women’s chess across the globe, and became Soviet icons of female emancipation. Glory to the Queen reveals their interwoven biographies and is both a rare look into the present lives of chess stars Nona Gaprindashvili, Nana Alexandria, Maia Chiburdanidze and Nana Ioseliani, as well as a chronicle of their lasting legacy.

  • This Land Is My Land Poster

    This Land Is My Land

    This Land Is My Land Poster

    This Land Is My Land

    “What the hell happened to my country?” After Donald Trump’s election, this is a burning question for Susanne Brandstätter, an American filmmaker who’s lived most her life in Austria. With the critical distance of a European and an insider’s eye, she gets close to Trump voters in Ohio: a microcosm of a deeply divided USA. Showing striking parallels to Europe, the documentary explores polarization and why people stick to their political opinions – no matter what. Is there no way out?

  • Davos Poster

    Davos

    Davos Poster

    Davos

    What drives our world becomes paradigmatic in Davos: everyday life in contrast to the global elite, who operate untied from all places, virtually without touching the ground. Davos is a film about equilibrium and contrast, about capitalism in our fractured world and the impact of the powerful on the many.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • Johanna Dohnal - Visionary of Feminism Poster

    Johanna Dohnal - Visionary of Feminism

    Johanna Dohnal - Visionary of Feminism Poster

    Johanna Dohnal - Visionary of Feminism

    Johanna Dohnal, whose political career spans three decades, was one of the very first explicitly feminist politicians in Europe. As a member of the Austrian socialist government and the first Austrian minister for Women’s Affairs from 1990 to 1994, Dohnal was responsible for founding Austria’s first women’s refuge as well as criminalizing of marital rape. Yet her legacy remains yet to be discovered and re-examined. Die Dohnal makes a first step, and it makes Dohnal come alive.

  • Movements of a Nearby Mountain Poster

    Movements of a Nearby Mountain

    Movements of a Nearby Mountain Poster

    Movements of a Nearby Mountain

    In a remote, abandoned industrial site near a centuries-old ore mine in the Austrian Alps, a self-taught mechanic runs a business exporting used cars to his native Nigeria. As he pursues his lonely day-to-day activities with wondrous serenity, past, present and future begin to overlap, and memories of a lost friendship resurface against the backdrop of a mysterious promise of everlasting resources.