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Cross Media Screening 2012
Bielutin - Das Geheimnis einer Sammlung

Shrouded in mystery and worth millions – the Bielutins’ art collection is legendary. Surrounded by dusty works of da Vinci and Rubens they spin yarns about their own myth; an interactive Web-walk through a fairytale world. Amusing, whimsical and soaked in vodka.

Bielutin - Das Geheimnis einer Sammlung

(none)
France
0
45 minutes
subtitles: 
English
Shrouded in mystery and worth millions – the Bielutins’ art collection is legendary. Surrounded by dusty works of da Vinci and Rubens they spin yarns about their own myth; an interactive Web-walk through a fairytale world. Amusing, whimsical and soaked in vodka.
Cross Media Screening 2014
Check-In – Visit Europe in 5 Minutes Andrés Jarach

A trip from the Tyrolean Alps via the Oktoberfest to the Canal Grande in Venice – and through the web. Interactive, satirical, documentary and entertaining.

Check-In – Visit Europe in 5 Minutes

Documentary Film
France
2014
10 minutes
subtitles: 
No

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Jérôme Duc-Maugé, Cocottesminute Productions
Andrés Jarach
Alexander Knetig
Ilo von Seckendorff
Ilo von Seckendorff
From the Tyrolean Alps to the Oktoberfest right up to the Canal Grande in Venice – this interactive documentary web satire provides its audience with an entertaining experience of mass tourism.
Cross Media Screening 2012
Défense d’afficher

A virtual and interactive street art journey around the world. Protest culture, creative movement or vain conceit? Eight artists show how they paint the world: shrill, colourful, and anarchistic. Reclaim the streets!

Défense d’afficher

(none)
France
0
45 minutes
A virtual and interactive street art journey around the world. Protest culture, creative movement or vain conceit? Eight artists show how they paint the world: shrill, colourful, and anarchistic. Reclaim the streets!
Cross Media Screening 2013
The Duce Vita

Mussolini is alive! At least for the neo-fascists and diehards who make the pilgrimage to his hometown to create a bizarre cult around the dictator – saying a rosary included. Absurd and sinister!

The Duce Vita

Documentary Film
France
2012
45 minutes
90 years after Mussolini came to power, the interactive documentary immerses web users into the daily life of Predappio, the dictator's native place. It is a small city that was created ex novo to serve Mussolini’s worship and to spread propaganda about the myth around the dictator. During the fascist regime the city was visited by all Italians and numerous foreign heads of state. And even today, Predappio remains the most important place of pilgrimage for the “black shirts”, the Neo-Fascists, worshiping Mussolini and evoking the dark times from yesterday's Italy.