this human world goes Austria 2.0

For the 70th anniversary of human rights last year, we've teamed up with cinemas all over the country and after a very successful and beneficial experience will continue this partnership for our 12th edition.

Twelve cinemas have joined us this year to screen the documentary DARK EDEN by Jasmin Herold & Michael David Beamish on December 10th.

Nationalparkkino Illmitz

Kino Oberpullendorf

Kulturkino Gmünd

Kino Freistadt

Moviemento Linz

Programmkino Wels

Mozartkino Salzburg

Kino Gröbming

Filmzentrum im Rechbauerkino Graz

Leokino Innsbruck

Rio Kino Feldkirch

Spielboden Dornbirn

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Sujet 2019

This years festival sujet is created by visual artist Marieli Fröhlich, extracted from her project STOP.

For this particular project Marieli Fröhlich asks people to take a break and retreat into a meditative sleep-like state in their immediate surroundings, nothing staged or added synthetically.

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Sneak Peak

Our opening is approaching fast and we are more than excited to share 13 eye-opening, touching and inspiring days with our audience and our films and filmmakers!

To spur your anticipation even more we offer a glimpse of what we will be expecting at our 12th edition of this human world.

We've added new sections and focal points to the festival with a section dedicated to climate justice and sustainability as well as another brand new scope focusing on living and open spaces.

Our full programme will be released on Nov 8. Tickets sale starts at the same day!

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