Austrian documentary filmmaker Nikolaus Geyrhalter discusses his latest film, Homo Sapiens (2016), a fictional documentary that depicts the empty spaces of our world after humans are gone. These real spaces are linked in static shots that are grouped thematically, as sound and subtle movement texture these decaying and calmly depeopled totems to civilization.
The Austrian filmmaker, who regularly works in the documentary mode, discusses The Dreamed Ones, a narrative film that metatextually stages the correspondences between authors Paul Celan and Ingeborg Bachmann during their romance.
Götz Spielmann is an Austrian filmmaker who rose to international prominence with Erwin und Julia and Der Nachbar. More recently, Antares and Revanche have been worldwide successes, the latter taking an Academy Award nomination for Best Foreign Film. His latest film, October November, takes some of the narrative and stylistic components of his recent work… Continue reading Götz Spielmann Interview (Oktober November)