Bewegungen eines nahen Bergs

Sebastian Brameshuber — AustriaFrance — 2019 — 86'

Beyond the race for technological innovation, cartel-like collusion in the auto parts industry, and the ominous interplay of marketing and emission levels, at the base of the Erzberg mine in Styria (central-western Austria), can be found a part of the automobile market that is not yet so alienated. A Nigerian immigrant in Austria, Cliff buys old cars in order to disassemble and separate their parts in a dilapidated warehouse on the side of a federal highway in the woods before reconditioning them for his former homeland.

DirectorSebastian Brameshuber
ProducerRalph Wieser
CameraKlemens Hufnagl
EditingDane Komljen, Sebastian Brameshuber
FestivalsCinéma du Réel 2019, Art of the Real, New York 2019, Diagonale 2019
Categories International Competition Programme
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Openair scene on Kalemegdan (behind the Gallery of the Museum of Natural History)

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