Cinema Austria: the first 112 years

Frederick Baker
The first ever feature-length film essay telling the story of Austrian cinema from the Austro-Hungarian Empire to the present-day. From Luise Kolm, one of the world’s first ever female directors, to the arthouse stars Michael Haneke, Stefan Ruzowitzky, Ulrich Seidl and Jessica Hausner. The film explores cinema as a projection of the complex relationship between Austrian national identity and individual actors, directors and producers over the century, both inside and outside present-day Austria, from Hedy Lamarr, Paula Wessely, Billy Wilder, Otto Preminger and Michael Glawogger.       
Technical Data
Running time: 120
Format: digital
Screen ratio: 1:2.39
Language spoken: German
Production year: 2020
Director(s): Frederick Baker
Writer(s): Frederick Baker
Cinematography: Christian Haake
Editing: Susan Korda
Producers: Sandra Fasolt-Baker, Frederick Baker
Production company
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