1070 Vienna, Austria
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Thank You for Bombing
The film accompanies three correspondents to their working place in conflict areas and gives an insight in their daily routine aside from cameras and satellite phones - somewhere between bombing alarm, laundry and Bach flower therapy.
|Language spoken:||German, English, Serbo-Croatian, Dari, Farsi|
|Writer(s):||Barbara Eder, Tommy Pridnig|
|Editing:||Claudia Linzer, Mona Willi|
|Key cast:||Manon Kahle, Raphael von Bargen, Erwin Steinhauer, Merab Ninidze|
|Producers:||Thomas Pridnig, Peter Wirthensohn|
April 1, 2023Toronto 2015 (IFF)
|Awards (selection):||Golden Eye Bester Film Focus-Wettbewerb (Zurich), Preis der FIPRESCI-Jury (Schwerin)|
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«Emotion is my métier.»
World premiere of THANK YOU FOR BOMBING by Barbara Eder at the Toronto film festival. After an in-depth look at the ruthless working lives of profilers, Barbara Eder has turned her gaze towards the every day existence of war reporters and set a compelling story in three episodes at the war zone Kabul. Her new film premieres as part of the Contemporary World Cinema section.
Tribute to young Austrian cinema at Thessaloniki
„Austrian cinema has a long tradition of constantly reinventing itself“, states the Thessaloniki Film Festival (November 6 to 15). The 56th festival edition sets one of its spotlights on NEW AUSTRIAN CINEMA , including Chucks, Gruber Is Leaving, Jack, One of Us, and Thank You for Bombing.
THANK YOU FOR BOMBING wins Fliegender Ochse + Fipresci Prize
Barbara Eder’s THANK YOU FOR BOMBING scores twice at the FILMKUNSTFEST Mecklenburg Vorpommern.The main prize, FLIEGENDER OCHSE, endowed with € 10.000,-, and the FIPRESCI-Prize went to this compelling story in three episodes about the everyday existence of war reporters in the war zone Kabul.
Barbara Eder among the 10 Women Film-
makers to Watch at Sydney
The EFP together with Variety seek to highlight Europe’s promising female directors during the upcoming Sydney festival (June 8-19). 10 WOMEN FILMMAKERS TO WATCH showcases a wide array of young women filmmakers – polyglot as the continent itself.