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2. Little Joe (2019)
Not Rated | 105 min | Drama, Horror, Mystery
Alice, a single mother, is a dedicated senior plant breeder at a corporation engaged in developing new species. Against company policy, she takes one home as a gift for her teenage son and names it after him but soon starts fearing it.
4. Speer Goes to Hollywood (2020)
97 min | Documentary, Biography
Albert Speer is an enigma. The highest-ranking Nazi in Nuremberg to be spared the death sentence, Speer was one of Hitler's closest confidants and his chief architect, tasked with ... See full summary »
8. Salome (2019)
112 min | Drama, Music
Based on Oscar Wilde's lurid play, it is an intense exploration of the Salome story. Its sumptuous vocal and orchestral writing seethes and pulsates as Strauss conjures up the brutality of Herod's corrupt court.
11. Schönbrunn: Well of Beauty (2003)
TV-G | 52 min | Documentary
Georg Riha applies unusual perspectives to the 'Schönbrunn' theme. A transformation the like of which the viewer has never seen unfolds before his eyes. Schönbrunn in the protean succession... See full summary »
108 min | Music
Four short compositions performed by the Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater.
15. Good bye Derrick! (1998 TV Special)
100 min | Talk-Show
Far from the images of the emaciated gentleman that the media served us on the occasion of his death, we find him perfectly sparkling, a septuagenarian in the prime of life.
23. Genuss-Standln und Linzer Szenetreff - 70 Jahre Südbahnhofmarkt (2019 TV Movie)
25 min | Documentary
31. Keepers of the Ark: A Life for Animals (2013)
TV-G | 50 min | Documentary
The young cheetah marks carefully his new terrain which is full of another animal's strange smell. A couple of young falcons is nervous: its first attempt at flight. Also Nina is excited: ... See full summary »
33. Dokeins: Wahnsinn Fußball (2016)
90 min | Documentary
In 90 minutes a ramble through the soccer country Austria. Football is a feeling, a task and a fascination that takes no account of status, education or gender. Football connects and separates, brings together joy and sorrow.
Director: Florian Berger
34. Vergeben und Vergessen? (2011)
The outer traces of the genocide in Rwanda 25 years ago are barely visible - but what about people inside? Everyday life is still shaped by the aftermath of the genocide and for many Rwandans, every new day is still a challenge.
Director: Florian Berger