On the illustration of the Austrian victim myth after 1945

Mar­tin Was­ser­mair (AUT) ///
Scree­ning and dis­cus­sion about “1. April 2000” (AUT 1952, direc­ted by Wolf­gang Lie­ben­ei­ner) ///

Thu, June 9 2005, 20:00 /// 
quitch, Unte­re Donau­län­de 10, Linz ///

in coope­ra­ti­on with “kino­ki – Ver­ein für audio­vi­su­el­le Selbst­be­stim­mung”

Pro­du­ced on behalf of the Aus­tri­an federal government, desi­gned in the gui­se of a come­dic fea­ture film pam­phlet against the occu­py­ing powers. Three years befo­re the signing of the Sta­te Trea­ty this first and last ‘sta­te film’ hand­les the his­to­ri­cal fac­ts with con­si­dera­ble licen­se – and the match ‘Aus­tria ver­sus the rest of the world’ ends in the appro­pria­te man­ner.” (Dia­go­na­le 2000)

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(Pho­to: Mar­tin Was­ser­mair)