18 German films in Vienna
by German Films
A total of eighteen German productions and co-productions will be shown in the various sections of the 44th Viennale (13-25/10/2006), Austria's largest film festival, recognised by the international producers association FIAPF as a non-competitive festival.
The feature film section will screen Brinkmanns Zorn by Harald Bergmann, You Told Me That You Love Me (Du Hast gesagt, Dass du mich Liebst) by Rudolf Thomé, The Kick (Der Kick) by Andres Veiel, Windows on Monday (Montag Kommen die Fenster) by Ulrich Koehler, Longing [+see also:
film profile] (Sehnsucht) by Valeska Grisebach, Summer 04 [+see also:
film profile] (Sommer 04 an der Schlei) by Stefan Krohmer, as well as the co-production Lights in the Dusk [+see also:
film profile] by Aki Kaurismaeki (Finland/Germany/France).
There will be six German films in the documentary section this year: Hamburg Lectures (Hamburger Lektionen ) by Romuald Karmakar, Hommage an Ludwig Van Beethoven by Klaus Wyborny, Il Palazzo by Katharina Copony, Veruschka: A Life for the Camera (Veruschka – Inszenierung (M)eines Koerpers) by Paul Morrissey and Bernd Boehm and the German co-productions Balordi by Mirjam Kubescha (Germany/Italy) and My Life as a Terrorist: The Story of Hans-Joachim Klein (Ein Deutscher Terrorist – Die Geschichte des Hans-Joachim Klein) by Alexander Oey (Netherlands/Germany/France).
The short films section will present Breakdance by Martin Brand, Casio, Seiko, Sheraton, Toyota, Mars by Sean Snyder, Counter by Volker Schreiner, Driver by Martin Brand and Kristall by Christoph Girardet and Matthias Mueller.
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