In the Beginning was the Eye _BOOK _O N _S A L E

4 Films by Bady Minck _D V D _ O N _S A L E

  March - April 2011

Bodo Hell bei Im Anfang war der Blick

Bodo Hell bei Im Anfang war der Blick

Bodo Hell


Elfi Mikesch


Blut in der Spur

The Colloquium „Ideographies and Topographies“ takes place on 14th, 16th and 17th March in Literarisches Quartier (Quarter of Literature) of the Alte Schmiede Wien. It is dedicated to the devoted alp farmer Bodo Hell, who describes himself as more than just a man of letters. The colloquium wants to explore the versatile researches and their implementation in the literary work of Bodo Hell. On 17th March at 7:00 pm a synoptic final interview will take place in the form of a panel discussion. Bodo Hell, Benedikt Ledebur, Bady Minck, Walter Ruprechter, Elisabeth von Samsonow, Winfried Schwab, Gisela Steinlechner, Günther Stocker and Elisabeth Wallnöfer will discuss the topic under the guidance of Martin Kubaczek.
As an epilogue to the series of events Bady Minck's In the Beginning was the Eye will be presented at 9:00 pm, in which Bodo Hell is investigating the extensive jungle of Austrian postcards.

The long travels of director, cinematographer and photographer Elfi Mikesch will find a halt in Graz. On 24th March 2011 the film Judenburg Now!, which Bady Minck has co-produced, has its premiere at the Diagonale. The TV premiere will take place on the the Austrian national TV - ORF2 - on 27th March at 11:05 pm.

Furthermore Diagonale - the festival of Austrian Film – dedicates a retrospective to the works of Elfi Mikesch. Thirteen films by Elfi Mikesch in which she was either the director or the director of photography will be screened. The complete program can be found on the website of the Diagonale.

Screening dates of Judenburg Now!:
Thursday, 24th March 2011, 6:15 pm Schubertkino 1 (world premiere and ORF premiere)
Sunday, 27th March 2011, 2:00 pm Schubertkino 1 (repeat) and 11:05 pm on ORF2.

Apart from that, Amour Fou Film Production is currently working on Elfi Mikesch' latest feature film project Fever.

Bady Minck and Alexander Dumreicher-Ivanceanu have contributed an article called „Animania and Fetish“ to the book „Linda Christanell: Wenn ich die Kamera öffne, ist sie rot“. This book on one of the most important representatives of Austria's cinematographic avantgarde, will be presented in the course of the Diagonale on 24th March at 4:00 pm in Schubertkino 1.

At the Cinematheque Luxembourg a final tabel ronde on De Caligari à Tarantino – the comprehensive story of cinema in 10 lectures will take place on 28th March at 7pm. Besides Bady Minck, Gian Maria Tore, Jacques Rancière, Laurent Creton, Nico Simon, Claude Waringo and Philippe Reynaert will discuss the perspectives of cinema.

Shooting Women - female pioneers of Austrian film - pays tribute to the female protagonists of cinema-art. From 8th April until 1st May films from 1915 to 1998 are shown in four programmes in the Metrokino in Vienna. In the course of the programme also Bady Minck's and Angela Summereder's early work Blood in the Spooor from 1979 will be screened.

  January - February 2011

Im Anfang war der Blick

Das Sein und das Nichts

Eni Brandner


Martin Putz

Revolution im Ton

You can look forward to another broadcast of In the Beginning was the Eye on TV and to the interview with Lukas Maurer: Bady Minck and “In The Beginning was the Eye” on January 30th, 8pm on Oktoskop on Okto.
Okto can be received via cable, aonTV and as web stream.

Furthermore there are news of two Top Ten rankings: Being and Nothingness can now be found in the “most frequent festival screenings 2007-2010” of innovative film austria and In the Beginning was the Eye is second in the Austria Top Ten of the internet movie database -

The 4 Films by Bady Minck and the book In the Beginning was the Eye are now also available in the webshop of the CNA (centre national de'l audiovisuel) Luxembourg.

On 8th February, 8pm another retrospective of Bady Minck´s films takes place in the Entrepôt, Paris, where The Man with modern Nerves, Mécanomagie, The Beauty is the Beast and In the Beginning was the Eye will be shown. Bady Minck will be present to explain her works and filmic accomplishments.

Eni Brandner is not just responsible for animations neither is Martin Putz just the man behind the camera: Read more on the team of MappaMundi, which also gives first information on the new work.

As a producer Bady Minck is happy about the nomination of The Night of a 1000 Hours by Virgil Widrich for the Cinemart at the International Film Festival Rotterdam.
The work on “the guide to the very spirited dawn of the cinema” - Revolution in Sound by Martin Reinhard and Thomas Tode continues. At the moment the royalties of the historic material are being checked.


  November - December 2010

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Bady Minck



Future´s Past

Judenburg findet Stadt

Film Festival Thessaloniki, which is considered the biggest and most important filmfestival in Southeast Europe, dedicates a retrospective to director of photography Martin Putz. In doing so The Beauty is The Beast and In the Beginning was The Eye are presented, in which he has been significantly involved.

From 8th - 12th December Bady Minck is going to be part of the jury of the International Film Festival of new film & video in Belgrade, Serbia. A retrospective will show all important works of the last years. Seems To Be, Being And Nothingness, The Beauty is the Beast, In the Beginning was the Eye, Mécanomagie and The Man with modern Nerves will be presented.

In the Beginning was the Eye will be presented at the finissage of Gertrude Moser-Wagner´s art-science project "Hallo Irrgast" “ on November 18th, 2010 at 7.00 pm at the Universität für Bodenkultur in Vienna.

In Bady Minck's latest project MappaMundi today's world is presented as a result of continuous, radical changes from the point of view of cosmical cartographers.
The director's statement on current political strategies of border reinforcements and prohibition of migration is more relevant than ever. The last takes were made in the beginning of September in Ettelbrück, Luxembourg.
Editing has now begun in Brussels and the numerous layers of pictures are composited and animated to breathe life into the 950 million years that the film goes through.
Read more about the shooting in the press reports.

Hot Hot Hot by Beryl Koltz, Death in the Garden by Jean-Laurent Xynidis, The Future's Past by Susanne Brandstätter, Judenburg findet Stadt by Elfi Mikesch and Empire Me! by Paul Poet, all of them films that Bady Minck has co- produced, entered the home stretch. At the moment Bady Minck is working very intensely with Patricia Fürst on the concept of The Leporello Man. In the focus of the now being developed film stands a disease-ridden Don Giovanni, surrounded by a court made up of numerous Leporellos, whose only interest is his own amusement.


  September - October 2010

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MM Dreh


Luxemburg ist Film

Hot Hot Hot

La mort en ce jardin


The fourth session of shooting for the new film MappaMundi took place in Ettelbruck, Luxembourg from the 4th until the 8th September where the „cosmic cartographers“ were put in scene in a green-box. The actors played in a space-time ship in order to measure the cosmos. They are particularly interested in planet earth and have been observing its development from the very beginning. In their studies they discover the creativity of terrestrials in capturing their world in many different representations. In this new film, as in many before, Bady Minck uses the stop-motion technique. The actors move very slowly and Martin Putz, the director of photography, shot three frames per second. The compositing was monitored by Paul Schön.

Press reports about the shooting in Luxembourg

After its international premiere at the festival „Reflets“ in Marseille, the short film Alter Ego also premiered in Luxembourg at the Gaymat Festival on July 16th in Esch-sur-Alzette. Director Jérôme Nunes and leading actor Geoffrey Coppini were present. Alter Ego is a coproduction of Minotaurus Film (L), Compagnie d'Avril (F) and Green House (F).


At the festival Luxemburg ist Film in Berlin The Beauty is the Beast and Seems To Be will be showcased in Berlin. The Beauty is the Beast on October 19th at 8.00 pm, hall 3 at Filmtheater die Kurbel. Seems To Be on October 20th at 6.15pm, hall 2 at Eiszeitkino



Hot Hot Hot, a feature film of Beryl Klotz, is ready shot and since August in editing process in Luxembourg.
Production: Samsa Film (Luxembourg), Amour Fou (Wien), Artémis Productions (Bruxelles).

The editing process for Jean-Laurent Xynidis´ La Mort en ce jardin (Death in the Garrden) draws to a close.
Production: AMOUR FOU & Compagnie d'Avril in cooperation with Minotaurus Film.

  July - August 2009




Future´s past

hot hot hot

In July the interior of the space-time ship from MappaMundi is shot in Vienna. Bady Minck, director of photography Martin Putz, postproduction supervisor Paul Schön and trainee Markus Lubej are trying to find the best shots and most beautiful camera angles.
The space-time ship of the cosmic cartographers was constructed in June by set designer Christina Schaffer. These recordings will be overlayed with shots of the actors, which will be taken in Luxembourg at the end of August.

More information about MappaMundi
and the making of this film

Stefan Köpke has created three-dimensional visualisations and animations of the space-time ship's flight through galaxies.

Susanne Legerer has finished her grafic works on the world maps for the bigger part. She also made three-dimensional simulations of the space-time ship´s interior, which will be the basis for its final construction.
Find out more in the making of MappaMundi

In the beginning of July three of the films that are co-produced by Bady Minck are in the final stages of shooting:

Susanne Brandstätters´s documentary feature film The Future’s Past – Creating Cambodia, about the Cambodian Khmer Rouge tribunal, Paul Poet´s documentary film on micro-nations Empire Me! – New Worlds are Happening! and Beryl Koltz´ feature film Hot Hot Hot.


  May - June 2010

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alter ego

alter ego

3D Franz Schubert

3D artist Franz Schubert

On June 10, The Beauty is the Beast will be presented at the Cinémathèque de la Ville de Luxembourg at a conference on Luxembourg's cinema and women. Film theorist Viviane Thill gives a lecture and presents films by 5 female Luxembourgian directors. The event is organised by Cinémathèque Luxembourg in collaboration with Cid-femmes.

At the end of June, In the Beginning was the Eye will become part of an education project about migration, organised in collaboration with Germany's Heinrich Böll Stiftung and several smaller institutions. The film will be presented at the art department of the University of Erfurt and Dresden's Kino im Kasten cinema. The presentations are accompanied by introductions and discussions. Film workshops for adolescents will be organised as well.

Seems To Be
will be presented at the Arts & Film Festival Prague. The festival takes place from June 24 till June 26.

At the beginning of May Bady Minck, chairwoman of the preselection jury of the K3 - International short film festival Villach, selected the festival's competition films. The K3 festival covers the whole range of short film focusing on artist's videos and experimental works. The festival takes places from July 2 till July 4 in Villach/ Carinthia.

Eni Brandner's Granica received the backup.award (3rd place) at the backup_festival Weimar (DE) 2010. All award-winners obtain prize money.

On May 5, the world premiere of Jérôme Nunes' debut film Alter Ego takes place at Cinéma Les Variétés in Marseille. The film opens up the Reflets film festival which lasts until May 9.
Alter Ego has been produced in collaboration with Minotaurus Film (Lux), Compagnie d’Avril (F) and Green House (F).

Mid-May 2010 3D Senior Artist Franz Schubert completes his 3D simulations and animations for MappaMundi.
The animations include three-dimensional visualizations of human migratory movements of the last 15.000 years. The depictions are based on scientific research.
Franz Schubert is a media artist who teaches graphics, 3D-design and simulation at the University of Applied Arts Vienna & University of Applied Sciences St.Pölten. Furthermore he creates 3D animations for artists like Fareed Armaly, Constanze Ruhm and currently for Bady Minck.

More photos and information about the Making of MappaMundi

  March - April 2010






The Board of Directors of the Biennale di Venezia announced that the Orizzonti section of the film festival will be opened up for "extra-format" works - films lasting less than one or more than two hours. Created in 2004, the Orizzonti section is dedicated to new trends in world cinema. The new approach allows for a broader and more dynamic overview of contemporary forms of cinematic expression, as well as particular attention to the work of filmmakers originally trained in fine art and other art forms. The thus newly defined Orizzonti section will absorb the CortoCortissimo short film competition as well as the Special Events and thereby helps to tighten the festivals structure.
In a manifesto the Orizzonti Jury of 2009 demanded to open up the festival for new formats.
More photos and information about the festival

Bady Minck recommends: A special program dedicated to Indian filmmaker Amit Dutta at the prestigious International Short Film Festival Oberhausen (April 29 – May 4, 2010). Dutta's first feature film Aadmi ki aurat aur anya kahaniya (The Man's Woman and Other Stories) received a special mention by the Orizzonit Jury at last year's Venice Film Festival. The film is a series of three episodes which explore the relationship between men, women and the physical and mental spaces they inhabit. Amit Dutta creates images which are poetic and unsettling at the same time. They oscillate between the fantastic and concrete, imagination and present-day reality.


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On 259 pages the lomographic society mixed 244 tips from artists and other townsfolk together with 1400 lomograhic shots to a funky urban cocktail. The guide serves additional tips how to perfectly enjoy Vienna during its 4 different seasons. Cheers!

  January - February 2010






In the Beginning was the Eye has been invited to the prestigious Kala Ghoda Arts Festival located in Mumbai (Bombay), India. The film will be presented on February 7 at the Bombay Natural History Society. With this invitation (#96) In the Beginning was the Eye is closing in on its 100th festival participation!
Kala Ghoda is Mumbai's premiere art district and stages the most important cultural event of a city counting 14 million inhabitants. The festival lasts nine days and consists of several sub-festivals featuring visual arts, dance, music, theatre, cinema, literature, lectures, seminars and workshops, heritage walks, special events for children, and a vibrant street festival. Entry to all events is free to all (only restricted by the size of the venues) and costs are met through corporate sponsorship. The film program features movies by directors like Akira Kurosawa, Bahman Ghobadi and Costa-Gavras. Every year the festival starts around the end of January. At that time of year the weather in Mumbai is cool and the sun sets early.

From January 17 till February 3 the Austrian Film Archive presents Austrian Animation movie - the art of the frame in Vienna's Metrokino. The film program was developed together with ASIFA Austria and the University of Applied Arts. Curators Sabine Groschup and Thomas Renoldner are both artists as well.

4 films by Bady Minck are part of the program:
Polyfilm (1994) on 18.1. + 29.1.
Being and Nothingness (2007) on 19.1. + 29.1.
Mécanomagie (1996) on 22.1. + 1.2.
The man with modern Nerves (1988) on 23.1. + 2.2
You can find a detailed schedule on the Film Archive's website.

Along with the first part of the program a book on Austrian animation movies Die Kunst des Einzelbilds. Animation in Österreich - 1832 bis heute ( Ch. Dewald/ S. Groschup/ M. Mattuschka/ T. Renoldner (editors), Verlag Filmarchiv Austria) will be presented on January 17, 7.30 pm at Metrokino. The book includes a detailed interview with Bady Minck and Virgil Widrich, conducted by Mara Mattuschka and Sabine Groschup.

Additionally the program is accompanied by the exhibition The art of the frame at ASIFA Austria's exhibition space in Vienna's Museumsquartier, Asifakeil/quartier 21, January 7-31, daily from 10 am to 10 pm.

  November - December 2009



On November 26, Manchester Art Gallery's Angels of Anarchy: Women Artists and Surrealism exhibition presents a Bady Minck Double Bill with In the Beginning was the Eye, The Beauty is the Beast and an introduction by Angels of Anarchy curator Patricia Allmer.

The film series at Cornerhouse was conceived in collaboration with MIRIAD (Manchester Metropolitan University) as part of the exhibition. 
The Beauty is the Beast was also shown at the exhibition's opening and press conference.

The show is the first major European exhibition to present surrealist work by women artists.

From September 26, 2009, until January 10, 2010, works by artists like Frida Kahlo, Meret Oppenheim and Lee Miller will be shown at Manchester Art Gallery. Apart from Bady Minck, the film series will feature filmmakers such as Maya Deren, Germaine Dulac and Nelly Kaplan.


The Linoleum Festival of Contemporary Animation & Media-Art will dedicate a retrospective to Bady Minck's cinematographic work.
The festival takes place at Moscow's Rolan cinema from December 11-13. The program features six films by Bady Minck, including The Man with modern Nerves, In the Beginning was the Eye and Seems To Be. Furthermore, Bady Minck was nominated jury president of the festival's competition program.


Bunica, a documentary realised by Ina Ivanceanu and Elke Groen and coproduced by Bady Minck, will be shown on November 24 at 7pm in Vienna's Metrokino as part of the Film Archiv Austria program Grenzgeschichten (Border Stories).


Eni Brandner's Granica, artistically supported and coproduced by Bady Minck, was awarded with the Premio "Pablo del Amo" al Mejor Montaje, the Award for Best Editing, at the Semana de Cine Experimental de Madrid. Furthermore, the film won the Under 35 Prize at INVIDEO Milano. Granica will be shown next at Animateka Ljubljana (December 7-13) in the competition programme.

  September - October 2009


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Bady Minck was invited to this year's Mostra di Venezia. As a member of the Orizzonti Jury she will rate 18 feature films and 6 documentaries. The 66th Venice Film Festival takes place from 2 till 12 September 2009.

Besides Bady Minck the jury consists of Gina Kim from Korea, Garin Nugruho Riyanto from Indonesia and Italy's Gianfranco Rosi. The jury's chairman is spanish director Pere Portabella.

Orizzonti is the festival's section for unconventional, cutting-edge contributions: trend-setting films which open new horizons in style and technique.

In a manifesto the Orizzonti-jury demanded to open up the festival for new formats.

The 66. Mostra di Venezia took place from 2. till 12. September 2009.

More photos and information about the festival

Seems To Be has been invited to the Festival de Cine Internacional de Ourense (October 10-17) where it will compete in the Official Selection.

Seems To Be and The Beauty is the Beast have been taken up for distribution by Light Cone. The French distributor already has In the Beginning was the Eye and Being and Nothingness in their catalogue.

Eni Brandner's Granica, artistically supported and coproduced by Bady Minck, already counts more than 10 festival participations!

Every Seventh Person directed by Elke Groen and Ina Ivanceanu, coproduced by Bady Minck's Minotaurus Film, will be presented at the International North South Media Forum in Geneva. The festival lasts from 7. till 11. September 2009.

  July - August 2009





In the Beginning was the Eye will be presented on July 2 as part of International Conference on Landscape Economics at the Palais Clam-Gallas/ French Institute for Culture in Vienna. A lecture by Bady Minck and discussion with her and international scientists will take place after the screening. The event has been conceived by Marianne Penker and organised in cooperation with the University of Natural Resources and Applied Life Sciences, Vienna.

On August 8, Being and Nothingness will be presented in the context of a cooperation between Fluss/Forum Schloss Wolkersdorf and Asifa Austria in Wolkersdorf castle. Bady Minck’s contribution will open up a screening following Stefan Stratil's lecture on sound in animated movies.

On August 28, another In the Beginning was the Eye film-concert with live sound by B.Fleischmann takes place at the festival Der neue Heimatfilm in Freistadt, Austria.

On July 17, Being and Nothingness will be shown at frame[o]ut festival in Vienna's Museumsquartier. The festival presents a selection of international works of art between pop and culture, music and video, moving image and comic. Admission free!

Seems To Be has been invited to the Brisbane International Film Festival (July 30 - August 9). In addition to the regular festival presentation the film will be shown at the Queensland Art Gallery | Gallery of Modern Art, as well as in public outdoor screenings at Queen Street Mall.

Look the Lakes! and Polyfilm will be distributed by Sixpackfilm from now on. A loop of Look the Lakes! will be presented at "Fest der Flüsse" (Celebration of Rivers) on July 1 at Lentos Kunstmuseum Linz.

Being and Nothingness will be shown on July 25 in Texan tv-channel KEDT-TV. The program has been conceived in cooperation with the Texas A&M University.

Eni Brandner's Granica, artistically supported and coproduced by Bady Minck, has just been completed. The film's world premiere takes place at the Brisbane International Film Festival (July 30 - August 9).


Austrian Newspaper Die Presse reported on Bady Minck’s filmproject MappaMundi.

  May - June 2009




In June In the Beginning was the Eye will receive it’s Japan-premiere at the Festival of European Film in Kyoto. Furthermore the film will be shown in Tokyo. The festival is organised in cooperation with European representations, e.g. the Austrian embassy in  Tokyo.

In January director Jerome Nune's debut Alter Ego has been shot in Marseille. Pia Dumont will do the  editing in autumn 2009 in Vienna and Luxemburg. The movie is produced by Bady Minck’s Luxembourgian film production company Minotaurus Film in collaboration with Marie Tappero from Compagnie d’Avril/ Marseille and Green House/ Marseille.

Kleine Geheimnisse (Small Secrets) by Paul Cruchten will start in Mai 2009 in French cinemas under its French title Petits Secrets. The movie is a co-production between Red Lion and Amour Fou and has been accompanied by Bady Minck as dramatic adviser.

  March - April 2009







After the world premiere at the Biennale di Venezia and further performances in Vienna, Luxembourg, and Bruxelles, the Free Radicals film&music soirée will now be presented at New York's Lincoln Center and as part of Hamburg's Ostertöne. The soirée offers film and music in condensed form - the program includes brief musical compositions and short films rarely heard or seen in standard concert or cinema settings. Their combination makes new rhythms and interactions between sound and image possible.

The Free Radicals soirée takes place at the Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts' Alice Tully Hall on 1941 Broadway on April 4 at 8pm and at the Laeiszhalle at Johannes-Brahms-Platz in Hamburg on April 12 at 8pm.

Two films included in the Free Radicals program, Seems To Be and Being and Nothingness, which were both realised in collaboration with Klangforum Wien by Bady Minck, will be presented in New York once more on April 10 at 7pm. Under the heading "Feldman and Furrer: Portraits", the Red Light Ensemble will perform music by two great modern composers, Morton Feldman and Beat Furrer, at Chelsea Art Museum. Transforming the performance from concert (or screening) to film-concert, the ensemble will play live to both films.

The Man with modern Nerves will be shown at MAC/VAL Musée d'art contemporain du Val-de-Marne in Vitry-sur-Seine near Paris on March 11.

Being and Nothingness and Polyfilm will be presented in the context of a Special Programme at the Diagonale - Festival of Austrian Film in Graz. In six different screenings the Special gives a review of Austrian animated films. The programme was developed in cooperation with ASIFA Austria and Filmarchiv Austria.

Seems To Be has been invited to the Italian Busto Arsizio Film Festival, which has already presented Bady Minck’s Being and Nothingness. The festival takes place from March 28 until April 4.

The book accompanying the movie Im Anfang war der Blick - Ereignishorizont eines Films (editor.: Heidi Dumreicher/ Olaf Möller, Sonderzahl Verlag 2008), which has been presented in January in Vienna’s Metro-cinema and the In the Beginning was the Eye – DVD (also including The Beauty is the Beast, Mécanomagie and The Man with modern Nerves) is now available in shops in Luxemburg.

From March until June 2009 the first digital sequences and animated shots of MappaMundi will be produced in Vienna. The planning with set decorator Christina Schaffer for the time-spaceship of the cosmic cartographers starts in autumn.

Bady Minck will coproduce Paul Poet's Empire Me! – New Worlds are Happening! with her Luxemburgian film production company Minotaurus Film. This adventure-documentary-film about micro-nations is a co-production between Navigator Film (A), Minotaurus Film and Gebrueder Beetz Filmproduktion (D).
Furthermore Minotaurus Film produces Susanne Brandstätter's The Future’s Past – Creating Cambodiatogether with Amour Fou. The movie is a documentary about the impact of the Khmer Rouge tribunal on Cambodia's people. The second shooting block will be finished in April 2009.


  January - February 2009






On January 20, Vienna's Metro Cinema was staging an uncommon movie-music-event: After the presentation of the brand-new „Im Anfang war der Blick - Ereignishorizont eines Films“ - book (Sonderzahl publishing) about Bady Minck's movie In the Beginning was the Eye and a fast-forward performance by Bodo Hell followed a live-remix-screening of the movie by electro-composer B. Fleischmann. The session was accompanied by whispered poems and traditional rhymes of chief character and poet Bodo Hell.

After the presentation Bady Minck and associate publisher Heidi Dumreicher, who participated as a scientific advisor for both movie and book,  and  publisher of the series by Sonderzahl Verlag Gustav Ernst, answered questions of the audience.
Here you find photos of the film-book-night.

On January 23, Being and Nothingness will be shown at the Centre Culturel de Bertrange in Luxemburg.

On February 21, In the Beginning was the Eye will be presented by Jan Tabor within the framework of a symposium by forum experimentelle architektur OSTV/EST at Nestroyhof Vienna. The screening will be followed by a lecture given by Bady Minck on the urban planning ideas and sequences in the movie.

On February 26, In the Beginning was the Eye will be shown at Associazione Culturale I Candelai in Palermo, Italy.

After its release in german cinemas Every Seventh Person by Elke Groen and Ina Ivanceanu is now available on DVD at Neue Visionen distribution.


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