For those of you who don’t know, Vienna is host to a very good annual film festival, Viennale, which usually takes place in late October and early November. Last year, and the year before, I couldn’t go for various reasons. This year, however, I have plenty of time and, for the first time, am able to catch a few productions only shown during day time. I’m in a habit of steering clear of the big international productions which I can see later in theatres anyway; instead I prefer the rare gems and documentary features which I can rarely see at all otherwise.
Viennale is the annual Vienna film festival, which usually takes up the second half of October. During these days, I spend considerable time in the five festival theatres. It’s a great opportunity to catch a lot of films that I could otherwise never see at all, let alone on the big screen. There are a few mainstream productions shown, but I’m in a habit of steering clear of most of them.
23.10.2010 21:00 – Autobiografia lui Nicolae Ceausescu
24.10.2010 13:00 – The Dubai in Me – Rendering the World
24.10.2010 16:00 – Japan: A Story of Love and Hate
24.10.2010 18:30 – Dansa als esperits
24.10.2010 23:30 – Smash His Camera
26.10.2010 13:30 – American Grindhouse
26.10.2010 18:00 – Die verrückte Welt der Ute Bock
26.10.2010 21:00 – The Forgotten Space
27.10.2010 21:00 – Cuchillo de palo
27.10.2010 23:30 – Bezvucni pad gravitacije