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17 09, 2021

…and here we are! A filmschool in Moria @HumanRightsWatch Film Festival Berlin

2022-01-19T15:22:43+00:00Festivals, Press|

"... and here we are! Eine Filmschule in Moria", der erste Dokumentarfilm von Schauspielerin & Musikerin Katja Riemann, wird auf dem HUMAN RIGHTS FILM FESTIVAL Berlin am 19.9.2021 um 20.00 Uhr im Klick Kino und am 23.09.2021 um 18.00 Uhr im Bufa gezeigt. Für ihren Film fuhr Katja Riemann in das berühmteste Flüchtlingslager Europas: Moria auf Lesbos. Wer weiß schon, dass es dort eine Filmschule gibt?

30 09, 2022



Bei der jährlichen Generalversammlung am 07.09.2022 wurde der neue dok.at-Vorstand für die Funktionsperiode 2022-2024 gewähltgewählt In den Vorstand gewählt wurden: Christa Auderlitzky, Susi Dollnig, Peter Drössler, Sabine Gruber, Bettina Henkel, Christian Krönes, Lukas Ladner, Daniela Praher. Der neue Vorstand bestimmt in seiner ersten Sitzung am 12. Oktober 2022 die zwei neuen Vorstandsvorsitzenden.

10 03, 2022

Three submissions accepted to Österreichische Filmpreis 2022

2022-09-22T11:22:10+00:00Awards, News|

Congratulations to the Filmmakers. Eva-Maria Documentary Film Regie: Lukas Ladner Produktion: Golden Girls, Bunny Beach Film Auslegung der Wirklichkeit – Georg Stefan Troller Documentary Film Director: Ruth Rieser Production: RR* Filmproduktion Marko Feingold – A Jewish Life Documentary Film Director: C. Krönes, F. Weigensamer, C. Kermer, R. Schrotthofer Production: Blackbox Film & Medienproduktion GmbH

10 04, 2022

Three Films presented at DIAGONALE’22

2022-09-22T11:22:32+00:00Festivals, Press, News|

Congratulations to all the filmmakers. KatharinaViktoria 2(021) Innovative Short Cinema Director, Script, Editor: Viktoria Schmid Camera: Marie Zahir Producer: Viktoria Schmid Auslegung der Wirklichkeit – Georg Stefan Troller Documentary Film Director: Ruth Rieser Camera: Volker Gläser Producer: Ruth Rieser Production: RR* Filmproduktion Marko Feingold – A Jewish Life Documentary Film Director: C. Krönes, F. Weigensamer, C. Kermer, R. Schrotthofer Camera: Christian Kermer Production: Blackbox Film & Medienproduktion GmbH

3 11, 2017

THE FREEDOM TO MARRY is now available on NETFLIX


Get ready to be moved, inspired, and excited by one of the greatest chapters of the movement for LGBTQ equality – the final victory for the freedom to marry at the U.S. Supreme Court! You can stream THE FREEDOM TO MARRY now on NETFLIX.

10 12, 2018

UP.GRADE – Colouring Tomorrow


UP.GRADE, the first long-term training programme for Color Grading, combines two central thematic poles throughout the programme, equipping young talents with both the practical skills and the creative mind-set needed to make powerful, innovative cinema. The past few months we dove deeply into theoretical topics as scientific modelling of colour perception and reproduction, gamma encoding, colour spaces, LUT's, CDL, ACES, HDR, grading strategies and client management as well as receiving an intensive practical skill training on various grading systems (Davinci Resolve, FilmLight's Baselight and Digital Vision's Nucoda), collaborative look design, advanced techniques in colour grading (e.g. skin fixing, sky replacement, day for night, de- and re-graining, etc.) colour management and display calibration, filmscanning, archiving and restoration. All topics are presented by well established colourists, cinematographers, researchers and consultants such as Adam Inglis, Charles Poynton, Daniel Stübner, Daniele Siragusano, Harald Brendel, Kevin Shaw and Peter Doyle. “As the post-production business rapidly changes, I feel that future great colourists will be distinguished by a solid understanding of the medium both technically and creatively. The diverse background of students and teachers at UP.GRADE creates a stimulating and inspiring environment in which the sharing of ideas and experience pushes our craft forward and enables colourists to sharpen their edge.”Adam Inglis, Colourist, e.g. [...]

20 07, 2019

Andrew Berneds Film Fellowship


It is with bittersweet emotion that I share the launch of the Andrew Berends Film Fellowship in memory of filmmaker Andrew Berends, who passed away in March of this year. The mission of this fellowship is to seek out and support emerging filmmakers from all walks of life that embody Andy’s spirit and determination, with a focus on sharing unheard stories. It was born out of the desire of Andy’s family, friends, and colleagues to keep his memory alive and active in the world of documentary where he himself thrived. If you want to support the fellowship please donate here:https://account.ifp.org/donation/index.cfm/5/Andrew-Berends-Film-Fellowship/ If you are a passionate documentary filmmaker such as Andy, you can apply here:https://andrewberends.net/fellowship/ The first feature documentary I color graded was Andy's documentary Madina's Dream. Since I met Andy, he inspires me every day in my work grading documentaries. I hope this Fellowship will inspire many young and talented documentary filmmakers. You will be missed, Andy.   

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