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Austrian Film Week in Odesa 2021
The 10th Austrian Film Week Festival will start in Odesa on September 16th. This annual festival features the best Austrian films. In Odessa this year's anniversary festival will screen 4 feature films.
All screenings in Odesa will take place at the “Cinema City” cinema. Tickets are available under the link.
The festival will travel to a number of other cities of Ukraine: Lviv, Kharkiv, and more. Make sure to follow the news on this website if you do not want to miss screenings in your home city.
Crush My Heart
Director Alexandra Makarová, Drama, 2018, 99', Austria
Somewhere in the outskirts of Vienna, gypsy underworld boss Rocky rules his “family” with an iron fist. Among the gang members is teenage street beggar Pepe who must surrender his daily proceeds. One day, young Marcela arrives from East Slovakia, home of the family boss, to work off her father’s debt. Before long, love is in the air between her and Pepe. The trouble is that Rocky has plans of his own for Marcela.
Director Andreas Buciuman, Dominik Bochis, documentary, 2020, 88', Austria
From Austria to Australia by bike: 2 friends … 18.000 km … 19 countries… a route full of hardships, discoveries and challenges as powerful as they are unpredictable... The two Upper Austrian amateur cyclists Andreas and Dominik have a daring plan: They want to ride their bikes from Austria to Australia to explore the world… and the crazy thing is: They actually do it!
The Piano Teacher
Director Michael Haneke, 2001, Drama, 131', Austria, Germany, France
Erica Kohut is a piano teacher at a conservatory in Vienna in her late 30s. She lives with her tyrannical elderly mother, and their love-hate relationship is characterized by mutual dependence and tightly sealed off from the rest of the world. There is no room for men. Erika's only sex life is provided by voyeurism and masochistic self-induced injuries. One of her students decides to seduce her. After a novel by Austrian Nobel Prize winner Elfriede Jelinek.
Fox in a Hole
Director Arman T. Riahi, 2020, Drama,100', Austria
When Fuchs starts his new job as a teacher in a prison school, replacing the old and unconventional teacher Berger against her will, he is forced to confront his biggest fear, triggered by the mysterious, withdrawn inmate Samira.