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Movements of A Nearby Mountain Austria, France 2019 | 85 min | OV with German subtitles | Colour | FF 2019

Sebastian Brameshuber

SEBASTIAN BRAMESHUBER (*1981) presents his work regularly at media art and film festivals in Berlin, Vienna and Marseilles. His current film won the main prize at the Festival Cinéma du Réel in Paris.

rated for 0 + years
HYBRID Global capitalism as seen from the margins: a film about recycling, myths and car tyres. The open-cast mountain mine of Erzberg in Styria has been in operation since the days of Ancient Rome. 2000 years later, the scrap metal in Cliff‘s repair garage is stacked in towering piles. The Nigerian mechanic has his hands full: he drives around looking for cheap crocks, bargains with East European tyre dealers and strips cars down for the parts, which he then ships to his home country where they’re sought-after spares. In the shadow of the mountain, the borders between First and Third World, entrepreneurial freedom and never-ending work – and fact and fiction – are fluent.
Orig. Title: Bewegungen eines nahen Bergs
Filmtype: Hybrid
Original language:
Section: Veto!
Tags:
Director: Sebastian Brameshuber
Screenplay: Sebastian Brameshuber
Cast: Clifford Agu, Magnus Ogbonna
Producer: Ralph Wieser,Co-Prod.: David Bohun,Sebastian Brameshuber
Sprachfassung: OV with German subtitles
Music:
Director of Photography: Klemens Hufnagl, Jenny Lou Ziegel
Production Design:
Editor: Dane Komljen, Sebastian Brameshuber
Commissioning Editor:
Format: dcp
Printsource:
German Distributor: Filmgarten
World Sales: Filmgarten
Production: Mischief Films, Co-Prod.: Le Fresnoy - Studio national des arts contemporains ; Panama Film
Contact: Pierre-Emmanuel Finzi, Filmgarten: pefinzi@filmgarten.at

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