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Anja Salomonowitz

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Biografi

Anja Salomonowitz studied film directing and editing at the Academy for Film in Vienna and the Konrad Wolf College of Film and Television in Potsdam-Babelsberg. Her first works YOU WILL NEVER UNDERSTAND THIS and IT HAPPENED JUST BEFORE, documentary films at the genre’s intersection with fiction, were internationally acclaimed, awarded numerous film prizes and have been inscribed in the literature relating to documentary film. SPAIN was Anja Salomonowitz’s first full-length feature film. Her new documentary film, THE 727 DAYS WITHOUT KARAMO, was premiered during the International Film Forum at the Berlinale 2013. Anja Salomonowitz lives with her family in Vienna.

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Filmography:

The 727 Days without Karamo (80', Austria, 2013) Spain (102', Austria, 2012) It Happened Just Before (72', Austria, 2006) You Will Never Understand This (52', Austria, 2003)
Carmen (23', Austria, 2000)

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It Happened Just Before

Kurz davor ist es passiert (Orig.) / 2005 / Østrig / 72 min

Special Between the Seas Jury Award, IDFF Jihlava 2007

An artistic confrontation with the global phenomenon of trafficking in women. A film about false promises, exploitation and disappointment.

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Carmen

Carmen (Orig.) / 1999 / Østrig / 23 min

En dokumentarfilm om Carmen Martineks bemærkelsesværdige lidenskab, som valgte en biograf til sin elsker...

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You Will Never Understand This

Das wirst du nie verstehen (Orig.) / 2003 / Østrig / 52 min

Wien. Tre gamle damer sidder ved et bord med kaffe og kage...

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15 documentary festival hits in the second edition of KineDok

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Last year saw the launch and pilot edition of KineDok, a unique international project presenting the screenings of creative documentary films enhanced by the debates with the authors of the films and various experts and by other interesting accompanying events. In 2016, this project, organized by the Institute of Documentary Film, offers 15 more European documentaries and brings site specific screenings also to the new audiences in Poland and Norway. Within the Czech Republic, the fans of creative documentaries have a chance to visit more than 150 screenings at at least 25 diverse places and explore current Czech and European documentary production.

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A world in a box - Interview with Słavomir Batyra

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- 20.4.2016 -

International My Street Films project launches its third edition

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The My Street Films competition, which invites the public to make their own short films from their surroundings, launches its third edition in the streets of Central Europe. The project originally comes from London where it mapped the city on the Thames through film stories about the streets and their inhabitants. In collaboration with DAFilms.com, the film map has expanded to the Czech Republic and from there to Slovakia, Poland and Hungary.

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- 13.4.2016 -

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