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Gabriele Kranzelbinder

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    Jem Cohen Austria, 2012

    Museum Hours seems to exist in an impossible confluence between narrative freedom and careful composition, between everyday wisdom and art history, between time present and time past. All this while being one of the most deeply moving odes to friendship in recent cinema. Is this a film or a miracle?

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    Hubert Sauper Austria, 2020

    A Grand Jury Prize-winner at Sundance, Epicentro is a brilliant portrait of Cuba’s past, present, and future. Oscar-nominated director Hubert Sauper (Darwin’s Nightmare) reconsiders the relationship between imperialism and cinema, crafting a politically urgent and wonderfully spirited documentary.


    Heinz Emigholz Austria, 2008

    With his contemplative Architecture as Autobiography series, Heinz Emigholz surveys with his camera the works of famous 20th century architects. The close observation of Adolf Loos’ modernist buildings and spaces reveal his move away from ornamentation, and a new chapter in modern architecture.


    Heinz Emigholz Germany, 2007

    A contemplative landscape film, Schindler’s Houses surveys the work of modernist architect Rudolf M. Schindler. The twelfth in Heinz Emigholz’s “Photography and Beyond” series, this stimulating study in space and form examines the chaotic relationship between functionality and environmental context.


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