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A personal greeting from Martin Scorsese, Honorary President of the Austrian Film Museum, to the audience at the opening of the retrospective American Cinema Restored (December 4, 2014). Founded in 1990 by Martin Scorsese with the goal of preserving American Cinema in all its diversity, The Film Foundation has since effected the restoration and preservation of about 1000 films in cooperation with the most important film archives in the United States.

 

Du rififi chez les hommes, 1955, Jules Dassin

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Noir | Polar. French crime films 1930–1960

Kino-Atlas 1. L.A. Rebellion: Creating a New Black Cinema
In Person: Michael Robinson

 

 

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Rainer Werner Fassbinder (November 2, 1975)

In Person: Video Documents 1975-2013

Rare footage of the Film Museum's

international guests in conversation

 

Die Rückseite des Films: Make-up tests for "A Little Night Music" (1977)

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The First World War in moving images

Die Rückseite des Films

The "flipside" of cinema

StadtFilmWien & Stadtfilme

All kinds of ephemeral films about Vienna

Kinonedelja – Online Edition
Dziga Vertov's earliest newsreel films

The Making of F.W. Murnau's Tabu

Takes & outtakes from Murnau's final film

 

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