Skip to main content

Kaleidoscope - Made in Austria

Austria, 1961 (MIFF 1964, The Hutterites)

Director: Helmut Pfandler

A pictorial survey of Austria's industrial potential, told without commentary in purely visual terms.

See also...

The Hutterites

Over four centuries the Huttentes fled Germany, Hungary, Rumania and Russia in search of a land where they could live as they believed; finally they settled in Western Canada. This finely ... More »

Children's Dreams

Paintings by children have been selected, arranged and animated so that child's dream of a fantasy journey may be conveyed to the audience. Award: "The Best Austrian Cultural Film of 1961". ... More »

Cosmodrome

Cosmodrome has serial composition, connecting its images across broad concepts of flight, light and the simple act of looking upwards. The first principle of this film is its blueness, captured in ... More »

Death is Mightier

A sombre journey through a monastery, showing the tombs and caskets of Austrian rulers. ... More »

Astor Place

Eve Heller's Astor Place poses the question of who is watching whom by positioning an observational camera in a modern urban thoroughfare in a film that pays homage to early cinema. ... Eve Heller ... More »

Exposed

Found peeping torn footage, projected through a moving sieve of film edge perforations is used here not as subject matter but as a way of suggestively inflecting the resulting layered light patterns ... More »

Select a festival
Search The Film Archive
Browse By Director