Now nominated for the New Critics & New Audiences Award 2024, Greek-Austrian filmmaker Anna Vasof elaborates on the family tragedy at the heart of her film.
Olga Kosanović sheds light on an immigrant’s reality in present-day Austria, a land where an Eastern European individual is forced to, figuratively speaking, move mountains to endure.
Yana Eresina’s family drama on toxic masculinity and femicide forces us to solve puzzle after puzzle.
The Austrian collective Total Refusal is back with a well-executed but ultimately prosaic exercise in pseudo-Marxist thinking.
Mo Harawe has perhaps crafted one of the most cynical films ever made about the death penalty.
In Operation Jane Walk, the Austrian filmmaking duo Leonhard Müllner and Robin Klengel present us with a piece of history in spatial planning, while cleverly marking the virtual as an extension of the historical.