Kategorie Entertainment ✨ Weil es nie zu viel Unterhaltung geben kann gibt es dieses Jahr gleich 2 Entertainment Programmblöcke. Im Programmblock "Entertainment - wie das Leben so spielt" sind zu sehen: Your last day on earth (Spanien), I should have loved a thunderbird instead (UK), Tonight with Roger Goodman (UK), Parru pi tia (Italien), Framed (Italien), Der Käpt'n (Deutschland) 🌞 #cinematalks#filmfestival#grazPosted by Cinema Talks on Monday, August 19, 2019
27. – 18.09.2019; Graz.
Have you heard? Graz has a new international film festival!
The Cinema Talks Filmfestival at Schubertkino Graz starts its first round with over 40 national and international films and creates talks between invited speakers, filmmakers and the audience about films and filmmaking.
The programme is divided into four categories: Entertainment, Innovation, Social and Inspiration.
In category Entertainment (see video above) there are two blocks. “Entertainment – Wie das Leben so spielt” and “Entertainment – Out of hand”, with Enrico Jakob, screenwriter and director of the Styrian film funding agency CINESTYRIA, talking about storytelling (on 27 September at 9 pm).
The category Social shows films that reappraise our society and look at it from a critical point of view.
Also here there are two blocks: “Social 1 – Outsider” and “Social 2 – A look inside”. In “Social – A look inside” Dr. Felice Gallé, one of the directors of the Frauengesundheitszentrums Women’s Health Centre Graz, talks about “The disempowerment of midwives, women’s rights and how we still fight for them today”.
On September 28th at 18:30 in the block “Inspiration – Enough reasons to be happy” Renate Duschnig from LebensVision (life vision) talks about how to become happy and how creativity and happiness are connected with each other.
In the category Innovation: “innovation – less is more” 7 international films will be shown.
To whom do we owe this new international Graz Film Festival? The young core team of the festival consists of the filmmakers Jonathan Steininger, Natalie Pinter and Zoe Borzi, former students of the Ortweinschule: Film und MultimediaArt, Graz, together with Ines Handler and Lukas Diemling.
Dive in and enjoy!
27. – 18.09.2019
In the course of Cinema Talks there will be a first insight into the exhibition “PointLessNess” in Hall X/Open Lab at Reininghausstraße 5, 8020 Graz.