List of Austrian films of the 2000s

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A list of films produced in the Cinema of Austria in the 2000s decade ordered by year of release. For an alphabetical list of articles on Austrian films see Category:Austrian films.

In cases of international co-productions, films in the making of which an Austrian studio was the majority partner (with a foreign film studio as a co-producer with a minority interest) are indicated by "(maj.)" in the "Notes" column. Films in the making of which an Austrian studio was the minority partner (with a foreign film studio as a co-producer with a majority interest) are indicated by "(min.)" in the "Notes" column.

The dates in parentheses are the start dates of film runs in Austrian cinemas.

2000–2005[edit]

Title Director Cast Genre Studio/Notes
2001
Hundstage Ulrich Seidl Maria Hofstätter
Copy Shop Virgil Widrich short Virgil Widrich Film- und Multimediaproduktion
The Piano Teacher Michael Haneke Won 3 awards at Cannes
Lovely Rita Jessica Hausner Screened at the 2001 Cannes Film Festival
2002
Elsewhere Nikolaus Geyrhalter documentary Nikolaus Geyrhalter Filmproduktion (May 31)
Everyman's Feast (Jedermanns Fest) Fritz Lehner Wega Film, entered into the 24th Moscow International Film Festival
Foreigners out! Schlingensiefs Container (Ausländer raus!) Paul Poet Christoph Schlingensief, Elfriede Jelinek, Paulus Manker, Daniel Cohn-Bendit documentary Bonus Film
2003
Free Radicals (Böse Zellen) Barbara Albert coop99
Fast Film Virgil Widrich short Virgil Widrich FIlm- und Multimediaproduktion
Struggle Ruth Mader Screened at the 2003 Cannes Film Festival
Yu Franz Novotny Entered into the 25th Moscow International Film Festival

2004[edit]

In 2004, 24 Austrian films were produced either as solely Austrian productions, or with an Austrian majority interest and opened in the cinemas. 16 were feature films and 8 were documentary films. A further 8 films were produced with an Austrian minority production interest, 7 of them feature films: for example Michael Haneke's Wolfzeit, which is a predominantly French production.[1][2]

Title Director Cast Genre Studio/Notes
Time of the Wolf (Wolfzeit) Michael Haneke Isabelle Huppert, Béatrice Dalle, Patrice Chéreau feature film Wega Film (min.), screened at Cannes
The Edukators (Die fetten Jahre sind vorbei) Hans Weingartner Daniel Brühl, Julia Jentsch comedy coop99 (min.), Y3 Film (Germany, Hans Weingartner's film company in Berlin). Screened at Cannes.
Darwin's Nightmare Hubert Sauper documentary coop99
Villa Henriette Peter Payer Hannah Tiefengraber, Cornelia Froboess children's film
Nacktschnecken Michael Glawogger Raimund Wallisch, Michael Ostrowski, Pia Hierzegger comedy Dor Film
handbikemovie Martin Bruch documentary Satel Film
Das wirst du nie verstehen Anja Salomonowitz documentary Wiener Filmakademie
Info Wars Sebastian J. F. documentary Parallel Universe
C(r)ook Pepe Danquart Henry Hübchen, Moritz Bleibtreu, Roland Düringer feature Dor Film (maj.)
Antares Götz Spielmann Petra Morzé, Andreas Patton feature Lotus Film
Pas de repos pour les braves (Keine Ruhe für die Helden) Alain Guiraudie Thomas Suire, Thomas Blanchard feature Amour Fou (min.) (April 16)
Hotel Jessica Hausner Screened at the 2004 Cannes Film Festival

2005[edit]

In 2005, 24 Austrian films were produced either as solely Austrian productions, or with an Austrian majority interest and opened in the cinemas. 15 of them were documentary films, and nine were feature films. A further six films (three documentary films and three feature films) were produced with an Austrian minority interest co-production partner – for example, the award-winning documentary Darwin's Nightmare, a production with a majority French interest.[2][3]

Title Director Cast Genre Studio/Notes
Erik(A) Kurt Mayer documentary Kurt Mayer Film (premiere: January 14)
Things – Places – Years Klub Zwei (Simone Bader & Jo Schneiser) documentary Amour Fou Filmproduktion (January 20)
Der Wadenmesser Kurt Palm documentary Fischer Film (January 28)
Küss mich, Prinzessin Michael Grimm Stefano Bernardin, Isabella Campestrini, Hilde Dalik feature Josef Aichholzer Film (February 24)
Die Viertelliterklasse Florian Kehrer, Roland Düringer Roland Düringer, Eva Billisich, Murali Perumal comedy Luna Film (March 4)
Accordion Tribe Stefan Schwietert about the group Accordion Tribe documentary Fischer Film (min.) (March 4)
Welcome Home Andreas Gruber Emmanuel Abankwa, Joseph Allruist Win, Fred Nii Amugi feature Wega Film (maj.) (March 18), entered into the 27th Moscow International Film Festival
Welt Spiegel Kino Gustav Deutsch documentary Loop Media (April 1)
Blackout Journey Sigfried Kamml Marek Harloff, Mavie Hörbiger, Arno Frisch feature Epo Film (maj.)) (April 14)
Dallas Pashamende Robert Adrian Pejo documentary Allegro Film (min.) (April 15)
I am from Nowhere Georg Misch documentary Navigator Film (maj.) (May 18)
Augenleuchten Wolfram Paulus Dominik Leeb, Andreas Puehringer, Nadja Vogel feature (May 19)
Über die Grenze P. Łoziński, P. Kerekes, B. Čakič-Veselič, J. Gogola, R. Lakatos documentary Geyrhalter Film (May 20)
Schläfer Benjamin Heisenberg Bastian Trost, Mehdi Nebbou, Loretta Pflaum feature coop99 (min.) (June 3), screened at Cannes
F.A.Q – Frequently Asked Questions Stefan Hafner, Alexander Binder documentary Meter Film (June 24)
Backstage 1955 Kurt Mündl documentary Power of Earth (September 12)
Ragin Kirill Serebrennikov Zoya Buryak, Aleksandr Galibin feature Dor Film (min.) (September 23), Russian film
Operation Spring Angelika Schuster, Tristan Sindelgruber documentary Schnittpunkt Film (September 23)
We Feed the World Erwin Wagenhofer documentary Allegro Film (September 30)
Artikel 7 – Unser Recht Thomas Korschil, Eva Simmler documentary Navigator Film (maj.) (September 30)
Die Jungen von der Paulstrasse Maurizio Zaccaro Gáspár Mesés, Nancy Brilli, Mario Adorf, Virna Lisi feature Lisa Film (July 10), originally produced for broadcasting in Italian TV in 2003
Unterwegs nach Heimat Barbara Gräftner documentary Bonus Film, zeggl Film (November 11)
Crash Test Dummies Jörg Kalt Maria Popistasu, Bogdan Dumitrache, Simon Schwarz feature Amour Fou Filmproduktion (maj.) (November 11)
Donauleichen Peter Kern Christian Blümel, Hilde Dalik feature Alma Donau Film (November 18)
Caché (UK: Hidden) Michael Haneke Juliette Binoche, Daniel Auteuil, Maurice Bénichou Thriller Wega Film (min.) (November 18) Best Director at Cannes
Schnelles Geld Sabine Derflinger documentary Bernhard Pötscher Film (November 18)
Workingman's Death Michael Glawogger documentary Lotus Film (maj.) (November 25)
Tibet Revisited Manfred Neuwirth documentary Loop Media (December 2)

2006[edit]

In 2006, 34 Austrian films were produced and opened in the cinemas. All of them were either solely Austrian productions, or had an Austrian majority interest. 17 of them were documentary films and 16 were feature films.[2][4]

Title Director Cast Genre Studio/Notes
The Headsman (Henker) Simon Aeby Steven Berkoff, Nikolaj Coster-Waldau, Julie Cox drama Allegro Film (maj.) (Austrian cinema premiere: January 20)
You Bet Your Life (Spiele Leben) Antonin Svoboda Georg Friedrich, Birgit Minichmayr Thriller coop99 (maj.) (January 20)
Volver la Vista – der umgekehrte Blick Fridolin Schönwiese documentary Amour Fou Filmproduktion (maj.) (January 20)
Jenseits Stefan Müller Philipp Hezoucky, Christine Artner, Matthias Hoffmann fantasy Verein Loom (January 21), digital movie
New World (Neue Welt) Paul Rosdy documentary Paul Rosdy Film (January 27)
Grbavica Jasmila Zbanic Mirjana Karanovic, Luna Mijovic, Leon Lucev feature coop99 (maj.) (March 3rd)
Klimt Raúl Ruiz John Malkovich, Veronica Ferres feature Epo Film (maj.) (March 3rd)
Meisterschaft Friedemann Derschmidt documentary Friedemann Derschmidt (March 31), Video production with cinema premiere
Octopusalarm (Tintenfischalarm) Elisabeth Scharang Alex Jurgen documentary Wega Film (April 7)
No Name City Florian Flicker, Georg Misch documentary Mischief Films (April 21)
Our Daily Bread (Unser täglich Brot) Nikolaus Geyrhalter documentary Geyrhalter Film (April 21)
Kotsch Helmut Köpping Christoph Theußl, Andreas Kiendl, Michael Ostrowski feature Lotus Film (April 28)
Calling Hedy Lamarr Georg Misch documentary Mischief Films (maj.) (May 12)
Nitro Mike Majzen, David Schalko Jumbo Schreiner comedy Dor Film (May 19)
Out of Hand (Keller – Teenage Wasteland) Eva Urthaler Elisabetta Rocchetti, Ludwig Trepte, Sergej Moya, Georg Friedrich, Birgit Doll drama Novotny und Novotny Film (maj.) (June 9)
Silent Bloodnight Elmar Weihsmann, Stefan Peczelt Monica Baci, Robert Cleaner, Christine Dune horror Tigerline Film (July 7)
Snow White Samir, Michael Sauter Julie Fournier, Carlos Leal, Zoé Mikuleczky feature Filmhaus (maj.) (September 1)
Falling (Fallen) Barbara Albert Nina Proll, Birgit Minichmayr, Ursula Strauss drama coop99 (September 8)
Friendship (Freundschaft) Rupert Henning, Florian Scheuba Erwin Steinhauer, Rupert Henning comedy Dor Film (September 15)
Dead in Three Days (In 3 Tagen bist du tot) Andreas Prochaska Sabrina Reiter, Laurence Rupp horror Allegro Film (September 22)
Notes on Marie Menken Martina Kudlácek documentary Mina Film (September 22)
Romane Apsa – Zigeunertränen Zuzana Brechja documentary Fischer Film (September 27), digital film
Exile Family Movie Arash T. Riahi documentary Golden Girls Film (September 29)
Ich erzähle dir von mir Petra Hinterberger documentary Studio West (September 29)
Lapislauzi Wolfgang Murnberger Clarence John Ryan, Julia Krombach, Paula Nocker Children's film Dor Film (maj.) (October 6)
AINOA Marco Kalantari Gabriela Benesch, Maria Bill, Verena Buratti Science fiction film Cinevista Film (October 19)
Karo and the Lord (Karo und der liebe Gott) Danielle Proskar Resi Reiner, Petra Morzé, Markus Gertken children's film Mini Film (November 2)
Zeit zu gehen Anita Natmeßnig documentary Navigator Film (November 17)
Aufzeichnungen zum Widerstand Martin Krenn documentary Amour Fou Filmproduktion (November 24)
Slumming Michael Glawogger Paulus Manker, August Diehl, Michael Ostrowski feature Lotus Film (maj.) (November 24)
Freuds verschwundene Nachbarn Kurt Mayer documentary Kurt Mayer Film (December 1)
Babooska Tizza Covi, Rainer Frimmel documentary Vento Film (maj.) (December 6)
Zorros Bar Mizwa Ruth Beckermann documentary Ruth Beckermann Film (December 15)
Zen and Zero (Zen & Zero – An Austrian Surfextravaganza) Michael Ginthoer documentary Philipp Manderla Film (December 29)

2007[edit]

In 2007, 34 Austrian films (19 documentary films and 15 feature films, including the two feature films Winterreise and Deepfrozen, which are mentioned on the website of the Film Institute, but not in the Film Report) were first screened in Austrian cinemas, 25 of them either solely Austrian productions, or with an Austrian majority interest (the latter including 7 feature films). 9 films were produced with an Austrian studio as the minority co-production partner, 8 of them feature films – for example Hans Weingartner's Free Rainer, which is a production with a majority German interest.[5]

Title Director Cast Genre Studio/Notes
5 Fabriken - Arbeiterkontrolle in Venezuela Dario Azzellini, Oliver Ressler documentary Sixpack Film (maj.) (January 19)
Ich muss dir was sagen Martin Nguyen documentary Mischief Films (January 19)
Rule of Law Susanne Brandstätter documentary Josef Aichholzer Film (January 26)
Taxidermia György Pálfi Csaba Czene, Gergely Trócsányi feature Amour Fou Filmproduktion (min.) (February 9)
Winterreise Hans Steinbichler Josef Bierbichler, Sibel Kekilli feature Wega Film (February 23)[6]
Über Wasser Udo Maurer documentary Lotus Film (maj.) (February 23)
Forever Never Anywhere (Immer nie am Meer) Antonin Svoboda Dirk Stermann, Christoph Grissemann, Heinz Strunk tragic comedy coop99 (March 9)
To the Limit (Am Limit) Pepe Danquart documentary Lotus Film (min.) (March 16)
Vienna's Lost Daughters (Wiens verlorene Töchter) Mirjam Unger documentary Mobile Film (March 23)
The Counterfeiters (Die Fälscher) Stefan Ruzowitzky Karl Marcovics, August Diehl, Devid Striesow historical drama Josef Aichholzer Film (maj.) (March 23), won the Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film 2008
Heile Welt Jakob M. Erwa feature Novotny & Novotny Film (March 30)
42 Plus Sabine Derflinger Claudia Michelsen, Ulrich Tukur, Petra Morzé, Tobias Moretti feature Dor Film (April 13)
Life in Loops (A Megacities Remix) Timo Novotny film remix Orbrock Film, Film in Loops (April 20)
Out of Time (Aus der Zeit) Harald Friedl documentary Harald Friedl (May 4)
Almfilm Gundula Daxecker documentary Geyrhalter Film (May 4)
Rumi – Poesi des Islam Houchang Allahyari documentary Houchang Allahyari Film (May 10)
Children of the Prophet Sudabeh Mortezai documentary Freibeuter Film (May 25)
My Mother (Ma mère) Christophe Honoré Isabelle Huppert, Louis Garrel, Emma de Caunes drama Amour Fou Filmproduktion (min.) (July 20)
Gucha – Distant Trumpet (Guca!) Dusan Milic Mira Djurdjevic, Marko Jeremic, Aleksandra Manasijevic comedy Josef Aichholzer Film (min.) (August 24)
Der geköpfte Hahn Radu Gabrea, Marijan Vajda David Zimmerschied, Alicja Bachleda-Curus, Iona Teodora Iacob drama Epo Film (min.) (August 31)
Meine liebe Republik Elisabeth Scharang documentary Wega Film (September 21)
Prater Ulrike Ottinger documentary Kurt Mayer Film (maj.) (September 21)
No Island: The Palmers Kidnapping of 1977 (Keine Insel – Die Palmers-Entführung) Alexander Binder documentary Enkidu Film (September 28)
Kurz davor ist es passiert Anja Salomonowitz documentary Amour Fou Filmproduktion (OCtober 5th)
Midsummer Madness Alexander Hahn Maria de Medeiros, Dominique Pinon, Chulpan Khamatova, Tobias Moretti comedy Fischer Film (min.) (October 12)
Zurück zu einem unbekannten Anfang Helmut Wimmer, Maria Hoppe documentary Österreichisches Institut für Validation (October 12)
The War on Drugs Sebastian J. F. documentary Parallel Universe (October 12)
Import Export Ulrich Seidl Ekateryna Rak, Paul Hofmann, Michael Thomas, Maria Hofstätter, Georg Friedrich drama Ulrich Seidl Film (November 9). Entered into the 2007 Cannes Film Festival.
Jeder siebte Mensch Elke Groen, Ina Ivanceanu documentary Virgil Widrich Film (November 16)
Free Rainer Hans Weingartner Moritz Bleibtreu, Elsa Schulz Gambard, Milan Peschel, Simone Hanselmann, Gregor Bloéb comedy coop99 (min.) (November 23)
Rumpelstilzchen Andy Nissner Katharina Thalbach feature SK Film (min.) (December 6)
Der Kärntner spricht deutsch Andrina Mracnikar documentary Sixpack Film (December 7)
Hermes Phettberg – Elender Kurt Palm documentary Fischer Film (December 7)
Deepfrozen Andy Bausch Peter Lohmeyer, Lale Yavas, Thierry Van Werveke comedy Wega Film (min.) (December 27)[6]

2008[edit]

In 2008, 33 Austrian films were first screened in Austrian cinemas (20 feature films, 13 documentary films), 28 of them either solely Austrian productions, or with an Austrian majority interest (source: Austrian Film Institute[7])

Title Director Cast Genre Studio/Notes
Bye Bye Blackbird Robinson Savary James Thiérrée, Derek Jacobi, Izabella Miko, Jodhi May, Michael Lonsdale drama Dor Film (min.) (January 4)
Hafner's Paradise (Hafners Paradies) Günther Schwaiger Paul Hafner documentary Günter Schwaiger Film Produktion (maj.) (January 11), about the old Nazi Hafner in his exile in Spain
The End of the Neubacher Project Marcus J. Carney documentary Extra Film (January 18)
Free to Leave (Freigesprochen) Peter Payer Frank Giering, Lavinia Wilson, Corinna Harfouch, Robert Stadlober drama Lotus Film (maj.) (January 18), based on a novel by Ödön von Horváth
Falco – Verdammt, wir leben noch! Thomas Roth Manuel Rubey, Arno Frisch, Christian Tramitz biographical film MR Film (maj.) (February 7), about the Austrian Popstar Falco
Mozart in China Bernd Neuburger Kaspar Simonischek, Marco Yuan family film Extra Film (maj.) (February 29)
Einst süße Heimat Gerald Igor Hauzenberger documentary Golden Girls Film (March 7)
Mister Karl. Karlheinz Böhm – Wut und Liebe Kurt Mayer documentary Epo Film (maj.) (March 14)
Schindler's Houses (Schindlers Häuser) Heinz Emigholz documentary Amour Fou Filmproduktion (April 4)
The Reason Why (Darum) Harald Sicheritz Wolf Bachofner, Wolfram Berger, Roland Düringer, Eva Billisich, Nadeshda Brennicke drama Allegro Film (April 4)
Back to Africa Othmar Schmiderer documentary Langbein & Skalnik Media (maj.) (April 25)
Grenzgängerinnen Ülkü Akbaba Ülkü Akbaba (April 25)
Jump! Joshua Sinclair Ben Silverstone, Patrick Swayze, Martine McCutcheon, Heinz Hoenig, Anja Kruse drama, biographical film LWB Media (maj.) (May 1)
Weltrevolution Klaus Hundsbichler documentary Klaus Hundsbichler (May 9)
Revanche Götz Spielmann Johannes Krisch, Andreas Lust Thriller Prisma Film, Spielmann Film (May 16)
Nur kein Mitleid Peter Kern Kulturfabrik Austria (May 23)
Herzausreisser (Nua ka Schmoez!) Karin Berger documentary Navigator Film (May 30)
Kleine Geheimnisse Pol Cruchten Amour Fou Filmproduktion (min.) (June 6)
Ein Rucksack voller Lügen Wolfram Paulus SK Film (June 6)
Spanking Devils Elmar Weihsmann feature Tigerline Film (July 20)
Übermorgen Nirgendwo Markus Stein Lotus Film (min.) (August 1)
Weisse Lilien Christian Frosch Amour Fou Film, KGP Production (maj.) (August 29)
Herrn Kukas Empfehlungen Dariusz Gajewski feature Prisma Film (maj.) (September 5)
Kairo All Inclusive Walter Größbauer documentary Fortuna Media (September 18)
La Bohème Robert Dornhelm MR Film (maj.) (October 10)
Schlimmer geht's nimmer David Unger David Unger Film (October 17)
Nordwand Philipp Stölzl documentary Dor Film (min.) (October 24)
Let's Make Money Erwin Wagenhofer documentary Allegro Film (October 31)
Tag der Teufel n/a feature Tigerline Film (November 20)
In die Welt Constantin Wulff documentary Navigator Film (November 21)
Loos Ornamental Heinz Emigholz documentary Amour Fou / KGP Filmproduktion (November 21)
Echte Wiener Kurt Ockermüller comedy Bonus Film (December 19)
Love Comes Lately Jan Schütte Otto Tausig, Rhea Perlman, Elizabeth Peña, Barbara Hershey comedy Dor Film (min.) (December 19)
In 3 Tagen bist du tot 2 Andreas Prochaska horror film Allegro Film (December 26)

2009[edit]

In 2009, 34 Austrian films were first screened in Austrian cinemas (17 feature films, 17 documentary films), 28 of them either solely Austrian productions, or with an Austrian majority interest (source: Austrian Film Institute[8]

Title Director Cast Genre Studio/Notes
Mein halbes Leben Marko Doringer documentary Marko Doringer / Geyrhalter Film (maj.) (January 1)
For A Moment Freedom (Ein Augenblick Freiheit) Arash T. Riahi Navíd Akhavan, Pourya Mahyari, Elika Bozorgi drama Wega Film (maj.) (January 9)
Sneaker Stories Katharina Weingartner documentary Pooldoks (January 16)
Lilly the Witch (Hexe Lilli) Stefan Ruzowitzky Alina Freund, Michael Mittermeier animation Dor Film (min.) (February 19)
Film ist. a girl & a gun Gustav Deutsch documentary Loop Media (maj.) (February 27)
Der Knochenmann Wolfgang Murnberger Josef Hader, Josef Bierbichler, Birgit Minichmayr crime, comedy Dor Film (March 6)
7915 km Nikolaus Geyrhalter documentary Geyrhalter Film (March 20)
Kleine Fische Marco Antoniazzi Michael Steinocher, Volker Schmidt, Sabrina Reite comedy Novotny & Novotny (March 20)
Gangster Girls Tina Leisch documentary kinoki, witcraft (March 27)
Universalove Thomas Woschitz Stefan Arsenijevic, Dusan Askovic, Dan Burkart KGP (maj.) (April 17)
Contact High Michael Glawogger Michael Ostrowski, Raimund Wallisch, Detlev Buck, Georg Friedrich comedy Lotus Film, Novotny & Novotny (maj.) (April 17)
Gibellina – Il Terremoto Jörg Burger documentary Joerg Burger Filmproduktion (maj.) (April 17)
Sturmfrei Hans Selikovsky Wolfram Berger, Teresa Blaschke, Wolfgang Böck comedy Hans Selikovsky Film (April 24)
Feuerherz Luigi Falorni Letekidan Micael, Solomie Micael drama, biography Josef Aichholzer Filmproduktion (min.) (May 15)
Flieger über Amazonien Herbert Brödl documentary Geyrhalter Film (June 5)
Plastic Planet Werner Boote documentary Neue Sentimental Film (min.) (September 18)
Der Weg nach Mekka – Die Reise des Muhammad Asad Georg Misch documentary Mischief Films (September 18)
Rimini Peter Jaitz documentary Filmakademie (September 25)
The White Ribbon (Das weisse Band) Michael Haneke Christian Friedel, Leonie Benesch, Ulrich Tukur drama Wega Film (min.) (September 25)
Gurbet in der Fremde Kenan Kilic Kilic Film (October 2)
Der Fall des Lemming Nikolaus Leytner Roland Düringer, Fritz Karl crime, comedy Allegro Film (October 2)
Tortuga – Die unglaubliche Reise der Meeresschildkröte Nick Stringer documentary Allegro Film (min.) (October 2)
Desert Flower (Wüstenblume) Sherry Hormann Liya Kebede, Sally Hawkins drama Dor Film (min.) (October 9)
Little Alien Nina Kusturica documentary Mobilefilm (October 9)
Eine von 8 Sabine Derflinger documentary gegenfilm (October 16)
Hogi's Family Kurt Mündl animation Power of Earth Film (October 23)
Blutsfreundschaft Peter Kern Novotny & Novotny (November 5)
Josef Winkler − Der Kinoleinwandgeher Michael Pfeifenberger, Josef Winkler Focus Film (November 5)
La Pivellina Tizza Covi, Rainer Frimmel Vento Film (maj.) (November 13)
Die kleinen Bankräuber Armands Zvirbulis Mini Film (min.) (November 20)
Mount St. Elias Gerald Salmina Planet Watch (November 26)
Das Vaterspiel Michael Glawogger feature Lotus Film (min.) (November 27)
So schaut's aus – G'schichten vom Willi Resetarits Harald Friedl Willi Resetarits documentary, biography Kurt Mayer Film (November 27)
Lourdes Jessica Hausner documentary coop99 (maj.) (December 4)

Sources[edit]

  1. ^ List of Austrian Films in: Austrian Film Industry Report (Filmwirtschaftsbericht) 2006, facts + figures 2004 (PDF). Österreichisches Filminstitut, June 2006, p. 34 (German)
  2. ^ a b c Austrian film premieres 2004, 2005 and 2006 in: Austrian Film Industry Report 2007, facts + figures 2006 (PDF). Österreichisches Filminstitut, December 2007, p. 16 (German)
  3. ^ Austrian Film Industry Report 2007, facts + figures 2005 (PDF). Österreichisches Filminstitut, June 2007, p. 43–44 (German)
  4. ^ List of Austrian Films in: Austrian Film Industry Report 2007, facts + figures 2006, p. 44–45
  5. ^ List of Austrian Films in: Austrian Film Industry Report (Filmwirtschaftsbericht) 2008, facts + figures 2007 (PDF). Österreichisches Filminstitut, December 2008, p. 32f (German)
  6. ^ a b 2007 in cinema, Austrian Film Institute
  7. ^ 2008 in cinema, Austrian Film Institute
  8. ^ filmwirtschaftsbericht.filminstitut.at – Erstaufgeführte Kinofilme 2009)

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