Program March / April 2024

(March 1 to May 1, 2024)

March 21 to April 29, 2024

Michael Glawogger

His insightful manner of bringing to life and making tangible ideas and impressions rather than falling back on academic abstractions or readymade dogmas says a lot about Michael Glawogger's special cinematic talents, which we are honoring with a complete retrospective on the tenth anniversary of his death. [...]
March 3 to May 1, 2024

Collection on Screen

Glawogger Favorites

To complement our retrospective of the work of Michael Glawogger, we present a Collection on Screen whose films celebrate his close relationship to the Film Museum. [...]
March 1 to April 26, 2024

Life Courses

Long-Term Observations from Seven Decades

Starting with the oldest long-term documentary in film history, the German chronicle Die Kinder von Golzow by Winfried and Barbara Junge (GDR/Germany, 1961-2007), the film series Life Courses: Long-Term Observations from Seven Decades brings together classics of international long-term documentary cinema for the first time. [...]
March 20 and May 1, 2024

The Amos Vogel Atlas 17

Revolutionary Cinema from Mexico

Paul Leduc's rarely shown documentary Etnocidito: Notas sobre el mezquital (Genocide, 1977) meets surrealist films by Rubén Gámez and Luis Buñuel. [...]
March 24 and April 27, 2024

Cinema for Little Ones

Film Tricks

Cinema for Little Ones brings film programs, moderated by a film educator, to children ages 3 and up and their families. [...]
April 24 and 25, 2024

In Person

Susan Mogul

The video art pioneer herself presents her humorous and deconstructive work, which she has been realizing as a performative autobiography staged before the camera since the 1970s. [...]
Each Tuesday

What Is Film

Program 43–60

Peter Kubelka's cycle What Is Film was created in 1996 on the occasion of the centenary of cinema. [...]

Past Events

Despite: Breathing. Constellating. Gathering 
Talks with Women Film Pioneers Angela Hareiter 
60th Anniversary of the Austrian Film Museum
Collection on Screen Michael Pilz – Part 4