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.
Reservations can be made by calling +43 | 1 | 533 70 54, at the box office or through this website.

Single ticket for members: EUR 6,00 (Students: EUR 5,00)
Single ticket including guest membership: EUR 10,50 (Students: EUR 9,50)
Annual membership: EUR 13,50

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Mad Max 2: The Road Warrior, 1982, George Miller (Foto: National Film and Sound Archive of Australia)
Rabbit-Proof Fence, 2002, Phillip Noyce
Wake in Fright, 1971, Ted Kotcheff (Foto: National Film and Sound Archive of Australia)
The Man from Kangaroo, 1919, Wilfred Lucas (Foto: National Film and Sound Archive of Australia)
Mad Dog Morgan, 1976, Philippe Mora (Foto: National Film and Sound Archive of Australia)
Mad Max: Fury Road, 2015, George Miller
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. [...]
Schicht, 2015, Alex Gerbaulet
Gefangenenbilder, 2007, Alex Gerbaulet
I'm not the enemy, 2011, Bjørn Melhus
Weit Weit Weg, 1995, Bjørn Melhus
Freedom & Independence, 2014, Bjørn Melhus
May 29 to June 1, 2019

In Person

Bjørn Melhus, Alex Gerbaulet & Anna Vasof
In cooperation with VIS Vienna Shorts and sixpackfilm (in the case of Bjørn Melhus), the Film Museum devotes five programs to the works of video and installation artist Bjørn Melhus, documentary filmmaker Alex Gerbaulet and media artist Anna Vasof. [...]
Portraits, 1972, Barbara Meter (Foto: EYE Filmmuseum)
Regen, 1929, Joris Ivens, Mannus Franken
Keep on Turning, 1974, Karin Wiertz, Jacques Verbeek (Foto: EYE Filmmuseum)
Fragment nul uur nul (Fragment null uhr null), 1928, Andor von Barsy, Simon Koster, Otto van Neijenhoff (Foto: EYE Filmmuseum)
June 4 to 6, 2019

There are no rules!

Restored and Revisited Avant-Garde Films from the Netherlands
A focus on the groundwork in the Filmliga programs of this series should familiarise us with classic works of the Dutch avant-garde. The second part of the series serves as a glimpse into a relatively unknown alternative film culture.  [...]
Stone-Lifting. A Self Portrait in Progress, 1971-74, Maria Lassnig © Maria Lassnig Privatstiftung
June 6 to 8, 2019

Radicals. Orphan Film Symposium

Conference and Film Series
From June 6 to 8, we welcome a line-up of radical orphan films at the Orphan Film Symposium. Scholars, archivists, curators, and artists will explore a variety of neglected films related to diverse forms of radical style, practice, and politics. Registration and payment here. The program is online and available as a PDF file.
After our IDAHOT-Day screening of The Adventures of Priscilla, Queen of the Desert director Stephan Elliott talked with Michael Loebenstein and our audience about the film and its lasting impact.

Reading Recommendations

Our librarian puts together a monthly selection of reading materials highlighting our current programs.