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What I Remember: 3 Films By Antoinette Zwirchmayr
Institute of Contemporary Arts
Josef – My Father’s Criminal Record, Dir. Antoinette Zwirchmayr, Austria, 2015, 19 min, German with English subtitles

In the What I Remember trilogy, Viennese filmmaker Antoinette Zwirchmayr tackles the complexities of her baroque family history over the course of three exquisitely rendered short films. Filmed on 16mm, these films unfold with a miraculous complexity, offering up fragments of memory, confessional testimonies, artifacts and enigmatic recreations that converge around two central figures – her father, a bank robber who fled to Brazil, and her grandfather, one of the most prolific pimps in Salzburg. 64 minutes.


The Pimp and His Trophies, 2014, 21 min

Josef – My Father's Criminal Record, 2015, 19 min

The Shadow of Utopia, 2017, 24 min
08:30 pm
Tue, 15 Jan 2019
Cinema 1

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