filmmuseum vienna: 10 years of filmkoop vienna

filmkoop wien is a place where moving images are created. It is a place, but also an idea: that of a non-commercial, democratic and open collective. A collective that is based on personal commitment in order to create a space of independent artistic creation, freedom and experimentation.

filmkoop wien was founded in 2008 by the alumni of the Friedl Kubelka School for Independent Film, in the spirit of Friedl Kubelka’s motto of letting skill follow desire instead of the other way around. The filmkoop has been steadily growing ever since, changing and expanding its scope and horizon. Its identity, however, remains unchanged: It is a space where analogue practices are maintained and developed, equipment is collected and repaired, knowledge is passed on and modes of cooperation are tried out. The filmkoop hosts facilities such as a dark room, editing tables, cameras, projectors, splicers, a micro-cinema and a bar and has been the venue for countless workshops, screenings and performances.

The screening presents a small bouquet of cinematic works from the last 10 years. In the spirit of friendship and collaboration, the program deems every film equally worthy as a personal expression, as an effort, as a wish and a gesture. It is a celebration of the experiment, of formal differences, of fantasy and poetry, of thematic variety and cinematic possibilities. (filmkoop wien)

 

filmkoop wien 1: Blick und Berührung

Pink Sari Alina Tretinjak. 2017, 16mm (Super 8 Blow-up), Farbe, 3 min
t t t touch me Raphael Reichl. 2017, Super 8, Farbe, 3 min
Modell einer Hand Rosa John. 2018, 16mm, Farbe, 6 min
for the shape of columns Daniela Zahlner. 2017, Super 8, Farbe und sw, 4 min
House and Universe Antoinette Zwirchmayr. 2015, 16mm, Farbe, 3 min
untitled 19/06 Michel Strümpf. 2019, 16mm, sw, 4 min
Selfie Test #3 Sybille Bauer. 2019, Digital (von 16mm), sw, 5 min
Neomai Magdalena Pfeifer. 2016, 16mm, sw, 3 min
Gotteserscheinungen unter Orangeneinfluß Christian Kurz. 2010, 16mm, Farbe, 3 min
Double 8 Christiana Perschon. 2016, 16mm, sw, 3 min
Cinématon Triptychon Guillermo Tellechea. 2014–2018, Super 8, sw, 3 min
Strichpunkt Manuel Götz. 2019, 35mm, Farbe, 16 min

filmkoop wien 2: Strukturen und Projektionen

A proposal to project in 4:3 Viktoria Schmid. 2016, 16mm, Farbe, 2 min
Kopierwerk Stefanie Weberhofer. 2019, 35mm, Farbe und sw, 7 min
Tanz der Furien Alina Tretinjak. 2019, 16mm, sw, 3 min
Blätter im Herbst Markus Maicher. 2018, 16mm, Farbe, 3 min
Hasenhügel Sarah Binder. 2016, Super 8, Farbe, 3 min
Schau’ ins Land Moritz Ellmann. 2017, Super 8, sw, 4 min
sequence_3 diallostruempf. 2018, 16mm, sw, 8 min
Zoetrope Fabian Martin Anger. 2018, 16mm, sw, 1 min
Meermöwen Antonia de la Luz Kašik. 2019, Super 8, sw, 3 min
Fade to Death Mario Sefelin. 2017–2019, Super 8, Farbe, 3 min
16mm_1 binta diallo. 2017, 16mm, sw, 10 min
Mountain View Markus Maicher. 2018, Digital (von 16mm), Farbe, 3 min
W O W (Kodak) Viktoria Schmid. 2018, 35mm, Farbe, 3 min

filmkoop wien 3: Erzählungen aus Korn

Wasser aus Korn Josephine Ahnelt. 2013, 16mm (Super 8 blow-up), sw, 13 min
My Favorite Corner Johannes Gerhart. 2018, Super 8, Farbe, 3 min
Marco Cavallo Marina Rebhandl. 2019, Super 8, Farbe, 3 min
Debris of Dreams Masha Godovannaya. 2018, Digital, Farbe, 8 min
Les Fables de Monsieur Gaudart Nadine Taschler. 2016, 16mm, Farbe, 39 min

Film installation in the foyer of the Film Museum:
Rot Grün Geburt (2018) – Raphael Reichl. 16mm, Farbe, 1 min (loop)

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