Puce Moment, 1949, Kenneth Anger (Kadervergrößerung ÖFM)
The Chelsea Girls, 1966, Andy Warhol
Arsenal, 1929, Aleksandr Dovženko
July ’71 in San Francisco, ..., 1971, Peter Hutton (Kadervergrößerung ÖFM)
Rameau’s Nephew ..., 1972–74, Michael Snow
Du sang de la volupté et de la mort (Psyche, Lysis, Charmides), 1947–48, Gregory J. Markopoulos (Kadervergrößerung ÖFM)
Presents, 1980–81, Michael Snow
So Is This, 1982, Michael Snow
Gnir Rednow, 1955, Joseph Cornell & Stan Brakhage
Reminiscences of a Journey to Lithuania, 1971, Jonas Mekas (Kadervergrößerung ÖFM)

What is Film:

Program 21-30

Works by Kenneth Anger, Martin Arnold, Stan Brakhage, Robert Breer, Cinématographe Lumière, Joseph Cornell, Aleksandr Dovženko, Georges Franju, Ernie Gehr, Peter Hutton, George Kuchar, Gregory J. Markopoulos, Jonas Mekas, Pat O'Neill, Charles Ridley, Paul Sharits, Michael Snow, Andy Warhol


Due to the developments around COVID 19, the screenings on November 30 and December 7, 2021 can not take place as originally planned.

Each Tuesday
 
Peter Kubelka's cycle What Is Film was created in 1996 on the occasion of the centenary of cinema. In the words of Mr Kubelka, the series defines film as "an independent art form and a tool which cultivates new ways of thinking. These 63 programs offer young filmmakers, students and anyone genuinely interested in the medium of film a basic overview of film history."

Peter Kubelka's cycle is shown each Tuesday. Discounted ticket for students with an annual membership at the price of EUR 3,00.
 

Was ist Film, Volume 14 of the FilmmuseumSynemaPublications (In German), makes the cycle accessible via essays and film stills and contains writings on all 63 programs, as well as 200 photographs, an index to the 73 artists in the cycle, and an in-depth interview with the curator.
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