The European Grandma Project will be part of the open air cinema at the Austrian Wolfgangsee on 31 July.
The director Alenka Maly and producer Nora Gumpenberger will be present for the Q&A.
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Wien: TOPKINO Wien
Oberösterreich: MOVIEMENTO Linz
Niederösterreich: KINO BADEN im Herzoghof (12, 13 and 19 May)
Steiermark: FILMZENTRUM IM RECHBAUERKINO Graz (12 and 14 May)
KINO EIBISWALD (10 and 18 May)
Kärnten: FILMSTUDIO VILLACH (10 – 12; 17 – 19 May)
Tirol: LEOKINO CINEMATOGRAPH Innsbruck
The European Grandma Project won the Austrian competition jury award of the Vienniese human rights film festival this human world.
Jury Statement of Adia Trischler, Helin Celik and Marija Milovanovic:
“In a very personal way, the filmmakers were able to build a bridge between past and present. In times of political upheaval, they recall in coherent, cinematic form, relevant events in the European history and reflect them. The relevance of the topic, the diversity and the openness of the protagonists have moved, touched and convinced us in different ways. The Austrian this human world jury prize goes to The European Grandma Project (by Alenka Maly). “
[translation by EGP]
We are very glad to announce that we were selected by VoxFeminae Festival in Zagreb.
Vox Feminae Festival is an international festival held annually, since 2007, in Zagreb, Croatia.
The Festival was founded with the aim of promoting and increasing the visibility of women’s artistic achievements through the international competition film program, exhibitions and performances as well as workshops and educational content. Continue reading
Linz, Upper Austria, 25 April 2018. Finally the day of the world premiere of THE EUROPEAN GRANDMA PROJECT has come. The Ursulinensaal in Linz is packed, 350 people are weeping, laughing and cheering – the EGP-team is delighted!