Austria Tag Archive

A Complex World Is Born in Marco Fontan’s Intricately Animated Music Video ‘Convolution’

Animation, Music

13th September, 2021

Marco Fontan digs into the technical benefits of 3D animation software Houdini and how it allowed him to sculpt his mesmerising music video for Kinkajous.

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mini landscapes

Art & Fashion, Asides

31st January, 2019

Macro filmmaker Clemens Wirth takes mother nature and its different elements as his muse in his new handcrafted miniature short 'mini landscapes'.

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A Newborn Baby’s Fate Hangs in the Balance Between Two Desperate Couples in Christoph Kuschnig’s ‘Hatch’

Live Action

19th September, 2018

DN speaks to Christoph Kuschnig about his emotional abandon baby short 'Hatch' & the challenges of shooting a film which features an infant at its centre.

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Gudrun von Laxenburg: Revolution

Live Action

15th September, 2016

The love between two working drones ignites a revolt against a system of oppression in this dystopic sci-fi music video from Gudrun von Laxenburg.

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DN309: Hatch – Christoph Kuschnig

Live Action, Podcasts

2nd January, 2014

Christoph Kuschnig joins us to discuss the challenges of working with newborn actors and why characters don’t need to be likeable to be compelling.

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An Unfair Game


10th December, 2013

With lucrative TV deals hitting record highs year on year, swelling football club coffers alongside their other revenue streams, it seems perplexingly

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DN295: MeTube: August Sings Carmen Habanera – Daniel Moshel

Music, Podcasts

8th August, 2013

A reverential tribute to all those earnest YouTube performers who give it their all regardless of filmic or musical talent, Daniel Moshel takes August

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Superplus Capture the ‘Soul of Design’ for 13&9

Art & Fashion

17th June, 2013

After coming across the intersection of living canvas and geometric light show to promote Austrian design label 13&9 earlier this month, we asked the

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A Man in the Box


28th April, 2013

“For me cinema is a community experience and the projection is a very important part of it.” A working projectionist discusses his career and

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Micro Empire | Macro Kingdom

Art & Fashion, Asides, Documentary

10th April, 2012

Clemens Wirth’s microscopic and macro visuals are stunning to behold. Here we get to relish in a quartet of them set in the Micro Empire & Macro Kingdom.

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Live Action

12th March, 2012

Markus Schleinzer tackles one of society’s greatest crimes in his disturbing debut feature about the banality of evil, 'Michael'.

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Live Action

6th January, 2012

What initially started as a test-shot for the new RED Scarlet-X turned into an engaging 5 minute short full of tension and awkwardness, as we witness a

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