Little, if anything at all was known until some 18 years ago, about the actual destiny of the first space dog, Laika.
The title Robolove is misleading both regarding an instant association to a well-established fetish focusing on sex dolls and sex robots, or as scientific enthusiasm for robotics.
The train and the efforts of the descendants of former rulers are the central topic of Johannes Holzhausen’s documentary The Royal Train.
It is not a mystery any more, if it ever was, that the rise of populism in Europe is rooted not only in the political processes, but also, even predominantly, in the economic ones.
Ronit Kertsner’s 6th feature-length documentary Refugee Lullaby which world-premiered in Graz at the Diagonale, is an intimate portrait or Hans Breuer who became famous as “the Austrian sheperd who drives refugees across borer to safety” (Patrick Kingsley for The Guardian) and his attempts to help as many people as possible on their hellish way to […]
There is something quite irresistible in the introductory information that „Cinema Povero“ presents „A Millionaire’s Melancholy”
Austrian filmmaker Sebastian Brameshuber has made a name for himself directing observational documentaries and shorts in a specific manner that makes his films more real than reality, and stranger than fiction
It takes more than a plain interest in experimental films to go to see Rihaction, a debut feature-length film by the British film critic, curator and programmer Neil Young.
What is left after huge tragedies on the open sea, when refugees drown? Scattered along the rocky coastal part of the Greek island Lesbos are small, wracked boats, clothes, shoes, mobile phones and children toys.