For years, war veteran Will and his teenage daughter Tom have lived in the wilderness, under the treetops of a national park in Oregon. Will suffers from PTSD and can find his peace only in isolation and far from civilisation. Their close relationship and way of life are put to the test when the social services force them to live an ordinary everyday life in the community and when the maturing Tom begins to be drawn to society. The third fiction feature by Debra Granik, a multi-award-winning director, is a subtle drama about protagonists from the edges of society and, according to the critics, one of the best films of 2018.
The Most Beautiful Country in the World Das schönste Land der Welt
Monday, 24. 06. 2019 / 19:00 / 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.
Carmine Street Guitars Carmine Street Guitars
Monday, 24. 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.