Program October 2023 to January 2024
(October 20, 2023 to January 10, 2024)
October 20, 2023 to January 10, 2024The Austrian Film Museum honors director, artist and writer Raúl Ruiz with a comprehensive retrospective in collaboration with the Viennale. Raúl Ruiz – born in Chile in 1941; shortly after the coup d'etat of 1973, exiled in France, where he died in 2011 – is primarily known for his film work. But he was also an extremely productive, well-read, and innovative artist in whose work a wide variety of places, styles and aesthetic traditions come together.
December 10, 2023This spring, we presented a selection of works by Austrian gem Michal Pilz whose films are preserved at the Austrian Film Museum. In small steps and as part of our monthly series Collection of Screen, we will extend this retrospective, this time with Siberian Diary – Days At Apanas (2003).
December 14, 2023 & January 6 and 10, 2024In cinema's early years, still tableaus were the norm. This chapter of the Vogel Atlas combines these gems with an amazing re-discovery from ex-Yugoslavia (and its short film precursor), in whose restoration the Film Museum was involved.
Each TuesdayWorks by Kenneth Anger, Martin Arnold, Stan Brakhage, Robert Breer, Luis Buñuel, Cinématographe Lumière, René Clair & Francis Picabia, Aleksandr Dovženko, Carl Theodor Dreyer, Georges Franju, Peter Hutton, George Kuchar, Ken Jacobs, Gregory J. Markopoulos, Pat O'Neill, Man Ray, Ron Rice, Walter Ruttmann, Paul Sharits, Robert Siodmak & Edgar G. Ulmer, Michael Snow, Dziga Vertov, Jean Vigo, and Andy Warhol
November 5, 2023Necrorealism was a radical art movement that sprung up in the Soviet Union in the mid-1980s. The two programs present unique archival materials from Yufit's personal archive alongside a selection of his early short films and his second feature, The Wooden Room (1995).
November 29, 2023Annette Michelson (1922–2018) is one of the most important contemporary film scholars. Euphorie des Erkennens. Denken in Filmen und anderes appears on Michelson's 101st birthday and collects several of her central works as well as an unpublished conversation with Alexander Kluge.