I Am from Nowhere

Georg Misch
Innumerable films, documentaries and television reports have been made about the small East-Slovakian village of Mikova since 1952. It was this village, population 150, that Andy Warhol's family left in 1921 when they emigrated to the USA. I Am from Nowhere visits his relatives who still live there in order to examine the media's obsession with the village and to reflect upon television, filming and being filmed, fame and dreams of a better life.
Technical Data
Running time: 80
Format: Super-16mm/Digi Beta
Screen ratio: 16:9
Sound: Stereo
Language spoken: Slovak
Subtitles: English, German
Production year: 2002
Director(s): Georg Misch
Writer(s): Georg Misch, Silvia Beck
Cinematography: Silvia Beck
Editing: Michael Palm
Producer: Georg Misch
Producers: Johannes Rosenberger, Gunter Hanfgarn, Martin Rosenbaum
Production company
Navigator Film
Richtergasse 7/2/3
1070 Vienna
tel:+43 1 524 97 77
in coproduction with Hanfgarn & Ufer Filmproduktion (D), World Wide Pictures Ltd. (GB)