Wolfgang Fischer16:30 / Main Hall
Lucrecia Martel18:30 / Main Hall
The Most Beautiful Country in the World
Želimir Žilnik19:15 / Main Hall
Lucrecia Martel19:00 / Main Hall
Last Screening17:00 / Main Hall
Wolfgang Fischer17:00 / Main Hall
Lucrecia Martel17:30 / Main Hall
Never Look Away
Florian Henckel von Donnersmarck
Premiere20:00 / Main Hall
Carmine Street Guitars
Ron Mann20:30 / Small Hall
Thursday, 20. 06. 2019 / 18:30 / Main Hall
A remote South American colony in the late eighteenth century. While Spanih corregidor Don Diego de Zama endlessly awaits his transfer to a more prestigious location, he falls victim to passion and paranoia.
Carmine Street Guitars Carmine Street Guitars
Thursday, 20. 06. 2019 / 20:00 / Small Hall
The documentary shows five days in the life of the legendary shop of handmade guitars in Greenwich Village in order to grasp a rapidly disappearing way of life. World premiere at the Venice Film Festival.
The Most Beautiful Country in the World Das schönste Land der Welt
Thursday, 20. 06. 2019 / 21:00 / Main Hall
Master of docudrama Želimir Žilnik, in close collaboration with his performers, offers this wild and humorous story of a young refugee in Vienna who finds himself caught between newfound freedom and the traditions of his home country.
Scream for Me Sarajevo Scream for Me Sarajevo
Friday, 21. 06. 2019 / 21:30 / Kinodvorišče
The story about a cold December night in 1994 when Bruce Dickinson, the legendary singer of Iron Maiden, appeared in front of the amazed audience of the Sarajevo Arts Centre. For the next few hours, the war was gone and the people could almost believe again that a normal life was possible.
The Incredible Story of the Giant Pear Den utrolige historie om den kæmpestore pære
Philip Einstein Lipski, Jørgen Lerdam, Amalie Næsby Fick
Sunday, 23. 06. 2019 / 11:15 / Small Hall
The greatest adventures are unexpected.
LET IT ROLL
Early Bird: Festival At Five
Sunday, 30. 06. 2019 / 19:00 / Main Hall
Baker Dill is the captain of a fishing boat on an idyllic tropical island. But when his ex-wife unexpectedly appears to make a dark plea, he slowly discovers that nothing is as it appears at first sight… A furtive and sexy neo-noir from Steven Knight, director of Locke and writer of Stephen Frears’s Dirty Pretty Things and Cronenberg’s Eastern Promises.