Director: Ernst Nesswer, Eduard Hammer
A sombre journey through a monastery, showing the tombs and caskets of Austrian rulers.
Deals with the end of the world. The vision is of atomic destruction. The "Thing" suddenly appears, but whether people see it or are asleep they perish. ... More »
Edgar Allan Poe's poem "The Raven" is illustrated by engravings by the French artist. Gustave Dore. ... More »
A surprisingly lyrical description of a Paris abattoir, its melancholy district, and the oddly genial people employed there. ... More »
The spectral island wakes to mysterious life, flickers in a corpse &ndash: candle light and fades again into the dark. ... More »
The cinematic gaze meets the eye of the private sphere head on, in complete silence and black and white. ... More »
Found footage is elegantly treated and made to appear as a raging fire. The title is taken from a Gustave Mahler quote, our attention is drawn to the decaying photographic image and to a filmmaking ... More »