|    Monday April 23rd, 2018

„Mehr Filme, die nicht versöhnen, sondern auf Verstörung aus sind. An denen man noch eine Weile herumkauen kann. Die etwas auslösen, das sich nicht im nächsten Glas Wein ertränkt.“ – Cornelia Klauss, Pressesprecherin des Bundesverbandes Kommunale Kinos und Herausgeberin von „Abschied vom Retrorealismus“, plädiert für mehr Mut in der Kinobranche und erinnert an die Rolle 

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Achtung Berlin 2018 – “Merkel Must Go”

     |    Monday April 23rd, 2018

Sabine Michel’s documentary “Merkel Must Go” was subject to controversy after its premiere. The director deliberately does not take a position on what was shown and subsequently felt compelled to refer in a statement to the personal responsibility of the audience in the evaluation. Andrew Horn, filmmaker and critic, watched “Merkel Must Go” at this 

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Achtung Berlin 2018 – “Talking Money”

     |    Friday April 20th, 2018

Regardless of where in the world, banks are frighteningly similar – so are the conversations held there. Sebastian Winkels confirms this assumption with his documentary film “Talking Money”, which Andrew Horn eyed up at this year’s Achtung Berlin Filmfestival. Sebastian Winkels’ documentary, “Talking Money”, begins with a quote from Karl Marx: “Money is not a 

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Achtung Berlin 2018 – “Wessen Stadt?” und “Egal gibt es nicht”

     |    Thursday April 19th, 2018

Berlin is becoming more and more expensive and Germany is moving politically to the right. At this year’s Achtung Berlin Filmfestival, Andrew Horn took a close look at two documentary films dealing with these developments. In “Wessen Stadt?”, architects, urban planners and decision-makers ask themselves whether and how Berlin can remain a city for everyone. And 

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Landjäger “Shortest Film” Festival Vienna

     |    Thursday April 19th, 2018

A festival for short films lasting 12 seconds Whether it’s the drum solo of a progrock band, the lifespan of Joffrey Baratheon or the legislative period of our new Austrian government it doesn’t matter – in the end we keep asking ourselves: That could have been a little bit shorter, couldn’t it? A question that 

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