Picturing Austrian Cinema: 99 Films/100 Comments
Edited by Katharina Müller, Claus Philipp. Text by Ann Cotten, Michael Hagner, Gertrud Koch, Elfriede Jelinek, Clemens J. Setz, Apichatpong Weerasethakul, et al.
A concise history of Austrian feature film, documentary, experimental film and more
This compendium adopts a playful, inquisitive approach to Austria’s cinematic history, asking what it might mean to stop cinematic time: 100 individual frames from 100 works by 100 Austrian filmmakers since 1945, each described by 100 international writers and journalists from the fields of criticism, film theory and science. Through the guidance of the volume’s illustrated timeline, a topography of Austrian cinema unfolds, encompassing feature films, experimental work and documentaries.
Filmmakers include: Gustav Deutsch, Harald Friedl, Maria Lassnig, Siegfried A. Fruhauf, Anonymes Fragment, Kurdwin Ayub, Bernhard Sallmann, Rudolf Dolezal & Hannes Rossacher, Martin Arnold, Max Linder, Katharina Mückstein, Herbert Karl, Viktoria Schmid, Ferry Radax, Ruth Kaaserer, Josef Dabernig, Kurt Kren, Peter Kubelka, Egon Humer, Bernd Liepold-Mosser, Stefan Ruzowitzky, VALIE EXPORT, Michael Palm, Ulrich Seidl, Sandra Wollner, Johannes Holzhausen, Sabine Hiebler & Gerhard Ertl, Astrid Ofner and Andreas Gruber.
STATUS: Forthcoming | 3/28/2023
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