The Austrian Film Museum presents film works principally in the form of analog film projections and is committed to locating prints in their original format (35mm and 16mm). Video and digitally-produced works as well as Television productions are screened either on video or digitally as required. Exceptions are noted where appropriate.

New Box Office Opening Hours

Our box office opens at 3 p.m. Monday to Friday and one hour before the first screening on weekends and holidays.
The Man Who Fell to Earth, 1976, Nicolas Roeg (Courtesy of Cinématheque suisse)
Insignificance, 1985, Nicolas Roeg
Fahrenheit 451, 1966, François Truffaut
Petulia, 1968, Richard Lester
Cold Heaven, 1991, Nicolas Roeg (Foto: Park Circus/MGM Studios)
Performance, 1968/70, Nicolas Roeg, Donald Cammell (Foto: Filmarchiv Austria)]
Puffball, 2007, Nicolas Roeg
Far from the Madding Crowd, 1967, John Schlesinger
Walkabout, 1971, Nicolas Roeg
March 1 to April 3, 2019

Nicolas Roeg

Nicolas Roeg (19282018) was one of the most original talents in world cinema. Popular and radical at the same time, his body of work remains one of the touchstones of modern cinema we pay tribute to the recently deceased master with a retrospective of the feature films he directed (or co-directed) as well as a representative selection of classics that bear his signature as a cinematographer. [...]
Reggeltől estig (Von morgens bis abends), 1967, György Kovásznai
Vízkereszt (Dreikönigsfest), 1967, Sándor Sára
Szilveszter (Silvester), 1974, Elemér Ragályi
Te (Du), 1962, István Szabó
March 28 to 30, 2019

The Visible Man

Progressive Hungarian Cinema 1962–1981
To what extent are avant-garde tendencies of Hungarian cinema indebted to the film theory of Béla Balázs? We will try to "make the man visible" with a selection of documentaries, educational films, film études and experimental films made in the most progressive period of Hungarian cinema, the 1960s and '70s. [...]
Mad Max 2: The Road Warrior, 1982, George Miller (Foto: National Film and Sound Archive of Australia)
Long Weekend, 1978, Colin Eggleston (Foto: National Film and Sound Archive of Australia)
Muriel's Wedding, 1994, P.J. Hogan (Foto: National Film and Sound Archive of Australia)
Rabbit-Proof Fence, 2002, Phillip Noyce (Foto: National Film and Sound Archive of Australia)
My Brilliant Career, 1979, Gillian Armstrong (Foto: National Film and Sound Archive of Australia)
Stone, 1974, Sandy Harbutt (Foto: National Film and Sound Archive of Australia)
Picnic at Hanging Rock, 1975, Peter Weir (Foto: Cinémathèque suisse)
April 4 to June 4, 2019

Film Continent Australia

The Austrian Film Museum devotes its next retrospective to an entire continent: this spring and summer, we will be focusing on Australian narrative feature films. Our retrospective will include more than 50 feature films: for the first time in Austria, it will be possible to see key works as well as obscure and seldom seen films made in Australia in the last 100 years. [...]
Filmbar im Österreichischen Filmmuseum © ÖFM/Hertha Hurnaus

Monte Ofelio Filmbar

We would like to thank Andreas Donhauser for running the Filmbar with great love and enthusiasm for the past 16 years. The Filmbar has now reopened under the management of Dario and Luca Formisano. The bar will be closed for refurbishment from April 10 to 25. We thank you for your understanding and would be happy to welcome you at the official opening of the MONTE OFELIO FILMBAR on April 26, 2019.

Reading Recommendations

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