Rainbow Dance, 1936, Len Lye
Since 1964, the Austrian Film Museum has dedicated itself to the collection, preservation, research, and communication of the medium of film in all its aspects. Most prominently, this includes the public presentation of film as an art form, cultural technique, and historical document in our "Invisible Cinema" in the Albertina building. 
 
The Film Museum strives to show films in their original format, presenting the best possible film prints available worldwide (35mm or 16mm). Works that were originally produced or presented on video or digitally are shown in the same format. For curatorial or conservation reasons it is frequently becoming necessary to show works produced on film in a digital format as well, simply because projectable analogue material is no longer accessible.
 
Films are shown in their original language version and subtitled if necessary. For our international guests, screenings in English are specially indicated.
Wed 6.7.
20.30
Music Films
Thu 7.7.
20.30
Music Films
Nico Icon, 1995, Susanne Ofteringer (Foto: Filmarchiv Austria)
Sun 10.7.
20.30
Music Films
Swing Time, 1936, George Stevens
Tue 19.7.
20.30
Music Films
Sat 23.7.
20.30
Music Films
Carefree, 1938, Mark Sandrich
Michael Haneke, Emmanuelle Riva und Jean-Louis Trintignant am Set von "Amour", 2012, Michael Haneke © Denis Manin
Special Collections

Collection Michael Haneke

Viennette Eumig Cameras 3, 5, 8, 1968, Franz Kratochwil
Film Collection Insights

Eumig Museum Deposit

B.4.8. Graugänse, Angriffe, Flug, Moor Seewiesen (Regie: Konrad Lorenz, Jahr unbekannt) (Depot Konrad Lorenz) (Depot Konrad Lorenz)
Film Collection Insights

Konrad Lorenz Deposit