List of Austrian films of the 1980s

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A list of films produced in the Cinema of Austria in the 1980s ordered by year of release. For an alphabetical list of articles on Austrian films see Category:Austrian films.

1980s[edit]

Title Director Cast Genre Studio/Notes
1981
Anima - Symphonie phantastique Titus Leber Screened at the 1981 Cannes Film Festival
Der Bockerer Franz Antel Karl Merkatz Entered into the 12th Moscow International Film Festival
Mephisto István Szabó Klaus Maria Brandauer, Krystyna Janda
1983
Der stille Ozean (The Silent Ocean) Xaver Schwarzenberger Hanno Pöschl, Marie-France Pisier Entered into the 33rd Berlin International Film Festival
1984
Just Behind the Door Mansur Madavi
Malambo Milan Dor
1985
Das zweite Schraube-Fragment Walter Andreas Christen Screened at the 1986 Cannes Film Festival
The Practice of Love Valie Export Entered into the 35th Berlin International Film Festival
Raffl Christian Berger Entered into the 14th Moscow International Film Festival
1986
Echo Park Robert Dornhelm Susan Dey, Tom Hulce, Heinrich Schweiger comedy
Heidenlöcher Wolfram Paulus Entered into the 36th Berlin International Film Festival
Müllers Büro (Müller's Office) Niki List Christian Schmidt, Andreas Vitasek comedy Wega Film
1987
The Distant Land Luc Bondy Screened at the 1987 Cannes Film Festival
Schmutz Paulus Manker Entered into the 15th Moscow International Film Festival
1989
Der Siebente Kontinent (The Seventh Continent) Michael Haneke Dieter Berner, Birgit Doll, Leni Tanzer
Jahr Titel Genre Regisseur Produktion Anmerkungen
1989 Der Siebente Kontinent (The Seventh Continent) Drama Michael Haneke Wega Film cinefilm debut; with Dieter Berner, Udo Samel
1989 Die Toten Fische (The Dead Fishes) Drama Michael Synek with Joe Berger, Erwin Leder
1988 Sterben und Leben im Schloß (Death and Life in the Castle) Documentary Egon Humer
1987 38 – Auch das war Wien (38 - That Too Was Vienna) Literary film after Friedrich Torberg Wolfgang Glück Nominated for an Oscar
1987 Johann Strauß – Der König ohne Krone (Johann Strauss: The King Without a Crown) Drama Franz Antel with Oliver Tobias
1986 Heidenlöcher Drama/new Heimatfilm Wolfram Paulus Marwo-Film u. a. with Matthias Aichhorn, Albert Paulus
1986 Müllers Büro (Müller's Office) Musical comedy / detective film Niki List Wega Film with Christian Schmidt, Andreas Vitasek
1985 Oberst Redl (Colonel Redl) Drama István Szabó nominated for an Oscar and other awards
1983 Hirnbrennen (Brain Burning) TV Drama/new Heimatfilm Leopold Huber
1983 Karambolage Satire Kitty Kino with Marie Colbin, Renee Felden
1982 Die Ausgesperrten (The Excluded) TV Drama Franz Novotny with Rudolf Wessely, Emmy Werner
1982 Die Erben (The Heirs) Drama Walter Bannert Bannert-Film with Nikolas Vogel, Robert Schauer
1982 Malaria Comedy Niki List Max-Ophüls-Preis 1983; with Andreas Vitasek
1982 Sei zärtlich, Pinguin (Be Gentle, Penguin) Romantic comedy Peter Hajek Dieter Geissler Film u. a. with Marie Colbin, Heinz Hoenig
1981 Den Tüchtigen gehört die Welt (The World Belongs to the Thorough) Crime film Peter Patzak with Franz Buchrieser; beginning of the Kottan series
1981 Ein wenig sterben (Die A Little) Drama Mansur Mahdavi with Alfred Solm
1981 Mephisto Drama István Szabó D/Ö/HUN
1981 Der Schüler Gerber (The Schoolboy Gerber) Drama Wolfgang Glück with Gabriel Barylli, Werner Kreindl
1981 Der Traum des Sandino (Sandino's Dream) Documentary Margareta Heinrich filmed in Nicaragua
1980 Exit... nur keine Panik (Exit - Just Don't Panic) Action comedy Franz Novotny Günther Köpf Film/Terra-Film with Paulus Manker, Hanno Pöschl
1980 Fleischwolf (Meat grinder) Drama Houchang Allahyari with Barbara Demmer, Thomas Morris

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