Austria, 2016, 12 min., Directors: Peter Kutin & Florian Kindlinger
The urban landscape and lights of the Las Vegas Strip are rendered audible, forming a symphony of electric smog in the middle of the Nevadan desert.
Austria, 2017, 2 Min., Director: Jessica Hausner/Markus Binder
In an empty gymnasium, a dancer moves to the beat of rhythmic poetry, in sync with the spoken word. Rhapsodariddim is part of an endless poem from the book Teilzeitrevue, from the author Markus Binder. First and Foremost (In Erster Linie)
Austria, 2016, 6 Min., Director: Veronika Schubert
More than 3000 engraved pieces of glass show the time-lapse movement of clouds. But the outlines appear to be the border lines of ever-changing countries, reflecting the movement of thousands of refugees arriving in Austria.
Austria, 2015, 17 Min., Director: Chris Raiber
A car drives through the snow. Behind the wheel is thirteen-year-old Nelly. She wants to go home. Separating her from this goal are three questions, two keys, a diving tower, and a racing heart.
Switzerland, 25 Min., Director: Jan-Eric Mack
Retiree Roli comes to Fareed’s assistance when the Syrian refugee is faced with the burial of his Muslim wife. Together they stumble into a bewildering mire of Swiss bureaucracy.
Switzerland, 2017, 24 min., Director: Justin Stoneham
When Justin was four, a stroke left his mother partially paralyzed and unable to speak. Through his father’s VHS recordings, Justin sees the healthy mother he longed to have.
Germany, 2018, 10 Min., Director: Jonathan Behr
Clara is spending the evening babysitting for a wealthy family when she suddenly has a new follower on her Instagram account. But this one is strange - and not easy to shake off.
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Germany, 2017, 15 Min., Director: Sophie Linnenbaum
Bodo is standing on a rooftop, ready to jump, when suddenly his phone rings. It’s Evi, telling Bodo he won a prize in a competition he never took part in.