MIT EINEM TIGER SCHLAFEN

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SLEEPING WITH A TIGER
A FILM BY ANJA SALOMONOWITZ 
BIRGIT MINICHMAYR AS THE PAINTER MARIA LASSNIG

 




CINEMAS IN AUSTRIA

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Stadtkino Wien

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CINEMAS IN FEDERAL STATES


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Kinola Kino Lambach

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Stadtkino Grein

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Programmkino Freistadt

Kino Gröbming

Stadttheater Gmunden

Kino Kirchdorf

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Filmbühne Waidhofen a.d. Ybbs

Lichtspiele Lenzing

Kino im Kesselhaus Krems

Stadtkino Villach

Filmclub Bozen

 

Lichtspiele Katsdorf

 




SUMMER DATES & SCREENINGS

 

 

WEDNESDAY, 19.6., 9 PM : KINO AM DACH VIENNA

Presented by STOP - STADTTEIL OHNE PARTNERGEWALT
Urban-Loritz-Platz 2, 1070 Vienna
https://www.gogogo.at/event-details/mit-einem-tiger-schlafen-presented-by-stop-stadteile-ohne-partnergewalt

 



THURSDAY, 18.7. : OPEN AIR CINEMA BURGHOF KLAGENFURT

Information tba
https://openair.volkskino.net/

 



 

TUESDAY, 30.7. : OPEN AIR CINEMA KINO WIE NOCH NIE

Information tba
GARDEN OF FILMARCHIV AUSTRIA 
OBERE AUGARTENSTRAßE 1, 1020 VIENNA
https://www.filmarchiv.at/program/festival/kino-wie-noch-nie-2023/

 


 

 

THURSDAY, 8.8. : VOLXkino VIENNA

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https://www.volxkino.at/volxkino-info

 


 

TUESDAY, 13.8., 7 PM : SCHLOSS GOLDEGG

 

Film and Talk with Mischa Leutzendorff Pakesch
https://www.schlossgoldegg.at/kultur/uebersicht/kultur-einzelansicht?tx_events2_events%5Baction%5D=show&tx_events2_events%5Bcontroller%5D=Day&tx_events2_events%5Bevent%5D=2240&tx_events2_events%5Btimestamp%5D=1723568400&cHash=de662e59afe68d5460179cfbb4a94b2a


 


 

 

 

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SYNOPSIS

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SHORT SYNOPSIS

 

SLEEPING WITH A TIGER by Anja Salomonowitz is a poetic portrait of the Austrian painter Maria Lassnig (Birgit Minichmayr.) Gifted child, abandoned daughter, determined woman, lonely artist, explorer of inner worlds, celebrated painter - throughout her life Maria Lassnig searches for her own personal artistic expression. The search is always a struggle, as she collides with the male dominated art world  and devotes her entire being to bringing her experience and pain to the canvas. When she finds success and finally becomes a celebrated artist, she’ll do that her own way too.

 

ABOUT THE FILM

 

SLEEPING WITH A TIGER is a biopic with its own form. The painter Maria Lassnig is embodied by one actress, Birgit Minichmayr, at every age - whether she is 6, 19, 64 or 94 years old. She moves through time as an eternally identical figure.

 

Birgit Minichmayr always plays Maria Lassnig; an artistic translation of the painter's mental state. It is said of Maria Lassnig that she was ageless: she was already wise as a young girl, and remained young at heart as an old woman. The film also translates the physical act of painting, "seeing and feeling the world from the inside out", into a filmic language, itself attempting to paint an inner portrait of this exceptional artist.

 

This film is therefore no longer really a biopic. It is an evocative, picturesque vision of how memories and feelings are not anchored in time, but able to evoke images at any time.

 

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NOTE BY MARIA TEUCHMANN





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"My paintings, they have to shine."

 

NOTE BY MARIA TEUCHMANN

Maria Lassnig, in advanced age, stooped but with a strong voice and vehement demeanor, inspects the set-up of an exhibition and shakes her head. Her paintings have not been hung properly. "My paintings, they have to shine," she says, criticizing the gallery owners. It is Anja Salomonowitz who makes Maria Lassnig's works shine in her film SLEEPING WITH A TIGER.
 

 

THIS FILM IS FAR MORE THAN A BIOGRAPHICAL PORTRAIT OF MARIA LASSNIG.

SLEEPING WITH A TIGER also tells the story of the awakening of a woman who was born in Carinthia, southern Austria,  in 1919. She grew up with her grandmother and later with her mother, who taught her that a woman can only exist alongside a man. Arnulf Rainer, 10 years her junior, became her partner and even the avant-garde cultivated male dominance in society and art. As a result, the young artist had to put up with numerous humiliations as Rainer’s epigone, "which of course really affected my heart," she says.
 

Anja Salomonowitz has created a film that is far from the typical biopic narrative, of the self-discovery of an artist, but is instead a radically feminist work. Lassnig's oeuvre stands above all for the introspective exploration of her own state of mind and the artistic expression of physical sensations. Anja Salomonowitz not only makes this visionary approach to art visible in SLEEPING WITH A TIGER, but also makes the concept of body awareness, which is essential to Lassnig's work, tangible with every grimace, every contortion or every shrug of the shoulders of the main actress Birgit Minichmayr.

 

Birgit Minichmayr IS Maria Lassnig. She is the child who snuggles up to her father, she is the young, still shy, undiscovered artist, she is the self-confident but constantly vulnerable woman. She is the headstrong woman who does not serve the male-dominated art market for the sake of money, but demands equal pay. She is the older painter who sees her paintings as her children, children who must not be sent to the orphanage. Minichmayr embodies Lassnig at all stages of her life - ageless, timeless, fascinating like her art.

 

In her directorial concept and screenplay, Anja Salomonowitz sets herself the challenging task of portraying 80 years of a woman’s life, without any masks. Minichmayr's ingenious performance, her physical expression, her voice, allow us to easily follow all the leaps through time the film takes. Like a conductor, Anja Salomonowitz orchestrates the actress's timbre through the decades. The script (screenplay: Anja Salomonowitz, dramaturgy: Roland Zag) is densely interwoven and takes us through Maria Lassnig's life and the history of art in the last century.
 

Colors and motifs from Maria Lassnig's artistic world are also repeatedly reflected in Anja Salomonowitz's film images. SLEEPING WITH A TIGER locates the biographical within the works of art themselves and creates unobtrusive, yet haunting visual quotations. The red motorcycle tells the story of an absent father, the cream-white telephone in the Parisian studio announces the imminent death of a mother.

 

Formative moments are told through moving images and then find their counterparts in Lassnig's colorful imagery. "Am I afraid to use the color brown because of my past?" she asks herself, after we see the powerful image of the swastika-flag draped Academy of Arts in Vienna, where she completed her studies during these dark times.

 

Carried by spherical sounds (sound design by Veronika Hlawatsch, music by Bernhard Fleischmann), Lassnig's world of color, images and emotions opens up scene by scene on the cinema screen.



A CINEMATIC HOMAGE

It was Maria Lassnig who broke new ground as a woman in the visual arts and on the art market, and it is Anja Salomonowitz who breaks new ground dramaturgically and cinematically to tell the story of a complex woman's life.

(Maria Teuchmann, Thomas Sessler Verlag)



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FRAGMENTS OF A LIFE | SCREENPLAY SCENES

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PAIN

Lassnig's inner and outer pain is always palpable, whether in her childhood, her time in Paris and New York, in her forest studio in Carinthia or in Vienna, where she continued to paint until the end with the help of her assistant Hans Werner Poschauko (Lukas Watzl), because - as she said to a friend in New York: "Life is not bearable for me when I don't paint."



 




 

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FIGHT

"A woman has to work three times as hard as a man just because she's a woman," says Maria Lassnig (Birgit Minichmayr), painting on the floor, while her younger lover and companion Arnulf Rainer (Oskar Haag) wakes up next to her, lights a cigarette and announces that he's going out to celebrate so as not to disturb her. And this is what Maria Lassnig does throughout her life, daily, relentlessly, in silence: she toils and puts her feelings on canvas - those of an abandoned daughter, a misunderstood artist, silent thinker, feminist champion and lonely painter, whether in her studio in Paris, in New York or in Carinthia's Metnitz Valley.

 




 

 

ART

"Art is contagious"

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REGIESTATEMENT

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Director's statement


My idea to make a film about Maria Lassnig began with her paintings, of course. With the colors, because I love the colors in Maria Lassnig's paintings. I stood in front of her paintings in the museum over and over, and was deeply inspired. By the inner expression of longing, the profound feelings, the unfathomability of life that is in her paintings. Sometimes I would go to an exhibition twice, to experience this feeling again. Sometimes three times. Sometimes I have followed her paintings as they travel.

 

 

THERE are colors of pain
and colors of agony, spinal cord colors,
colors of pressure and
colors of fullness,
colors of stretching and pressing,
colors of caving and bulging,
colors of bruising and burning,
colors of death and decay,
colors of the fear of cancer
– these are the colors of reality.

(Excerpt from Maria Lassnig's diary)

I love the idea that this Maria Lassnig went to her studio every day and gave herself over to the stream of consciousness of creativity. She sensed herself. She searched for the equivalent of a feeling inside a color. I love this life lived in art, this unconditional will to create. Her days in the studio. The silence. I also love her questions, her doubts, her self-expression.


 

TO PAIN A PICTURE INTO SHAPE. 

I also like the story of how Maria Lassnig ended up conquering the male dominated art market, simply by being an artist. When her late success finally came, it was already late for her, and she could no longer find happiness in it. She was always disappointed in principle. But her longing for this success also drove her through her life, just as it drives her through this film. A lonely fighter. I think it's important to film such a feminist success story.

I think about filmmaking while I'm making movies. In this case: revealing the biopic, which can only ever show an excerpt, and always remains an interpretation of the biographer. My answer to this is:  become radical. It usually helps, anyway. Radical in approach and radical in execution. And then through this to see a tender movie emerge.


I NEVER COUNTED THE YEARS. I WAS NEVER YOUNG. SO I'M NOT OLD NOW.

I like the idea that our soul always remains the same while it meanders through time and events. Let's say that it shapes itself. It rubs off, picks things up, grows through the process. On the inside. The whole movie and all the characters in it always act as if this is all completely normal. I think this allows the humor of this idea to fully unfold. Maria Lassnig was also a person full of humor.

Like in the scene where she dresses extra sloppily when going to visit collectors, in order to appear poorer and thus get higher prices. She was merciless. I love these ambivalent stories her employees or curators told me in the course of my extensive research. I love these stories because they are so human.

I also love the silence into which she has gone. I think of the sounds that you can nevertheless still hear. The words from her diary, as evidence of an inner search for the right art. And for this film: what does it mean in terms of cinematic possibility when the person portrayed looks the same throughout the story, regardless of where they are supposed to stand in reality? Or, in Lassnig's language: how does it feel?

This film uses its own cinematic language to say something about Maria Lassnig without saying it. It develops a life of its own, which grows out of the combination of the idea with all our cinematic ‘strategies’: the set (Martin Reiter with Andreas Ertl), the lighting (Dominik Danner), the editing (Joana Scrinzi), the sound design (Veronika Hlawatsch), the music (Bernhard Fleischmann). All based on this radical person. I like the way Maria Lassnig created hell on earth for herself - and within it a wealth of brightly shining images.

 

I DON'T NEED A PSYCHIATRIST OR A GURU. PAINTING IS MY THERAPY.

In this sense - filmmaking is mine.
Anja salomonowitz, JanuarY 2024
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CAST | EXTRACT

Birgit Minichmayr | Maria Lassnig
 

Birgit Minichmayr (born April 3, 1977 in Linz) is an Austrian actress. She completed her training at the Max Reinhardt Seminar in Vienna and made her debut at the Burgtheater in 1999. From 2007-2011 she was a permanent member of the ensemble at the Burgtheater and from 2011-2013 at the Residenztheater in Munich. Until 2019, she worked freelance at major theaters such as Hamburg, Berlin, Munich and Vienna After the birth of her twins, Birgit Minichmayr joined the Burgtheater ensemble again.

Minichmayr presented herself as a "Shooting Star" at the Berlinale in 2001 and received the Acting Award at the 59th Berlinale in 2009 for her role in ALLE ANDEREN (EVERYONE ELSE) by Maren Ade. She has appeared in films such as PERFUME (2005), MERCY (2012) and "THREE DAYS IN QUIBERON" (2018), for which she received the German Film Award. She has also impressed on television in series such as DIE NEUE ZEIT (2019) and DENGLER (2015-2020). Her outstanding acting performance in the film adaptation of SCHACHNOVELLE (CHESS STORY, 2021) earned her a nomination for the German Film Award. In 2022, she appeared in DAS NETZ – EIN WINTERMÄRCHEN and will be seen in 2024 in Josef Hader’s ANDREA LÄSST SICH SCHEIDEN (ANDREA GETS A DIVORCE) and MIT EINEM TIGER SCHLAFEN (SLEEPING WITH A TIGER) directed by Anja Salomonowitz, among others.
 




 

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JOHANNA ORSINI | MOTHER

Born 1968 in Klagenfurt, Johann Orsini studied violin at the Vienna Academy of Music and drama at the Mozarteum Salzburg. Theater engagements include the Burgtheater Vienna, Salzburg Festival, Deutsches Theater Göttingen, Volkstheater Vienna, Schauspielhaus Graz, Stadttheater Klagenfurt, Landestheater Linz, Rabenhof, Kosmostheater Vienna, among others. She has also produced several works and that have toured both at home and abroad. For her leading role in the feature film SOLDATE JEANNETTE by Daniel Hoesl, which won the Tiger Award at the IFF Rotterdam in 2013, she was awarded the Diagonale 2013 acting prize.


Selected Filmography
"Light" (Barbara Albert)
"Self-criticism of a bourgeois dog" (Julian Radlmaier)
"To the death of my mother" (Jessica Krummacher)
"Sleeping with a tiger" (Anja Salomonowitz)
"Veni, Vidi , Vici (Daniel Hösl), Didi (Edoardo Winspeare)

TV
King of Stonks/Netflix (Jan Bonny)
My town is looking for a murderer (David Schalko)
The New Era (Lars Kraume)
Landkrimi Osttirol (David Wagner)





 

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OSKAR HAAG | ARNULF RAINER
 

Oskar Haag, born in 2005, grew up as the son of an artist couple in Klagenfurt, Austria. As a child, he took part in various theater productions as an actor. He also taught himself to play the guitar and piano.

At the age of just 16, he released "Stargazing", his first celebrated single, and has since been described as a shooting star of pop, especially in his home country. All of his subsequent singles were as successful, culminating with his first album "Teenage Lullabies," released in spring 2023. The first sold-out solo tours were to follow and shortly afterwards Haag became the youngest ever winner of the Amadeus Award in the "FM4 Act of the Year" category. At the same time, Haag was given his first small film role in Elisabeth Scharang's film WALD alongside Johannes Krisch. Director Martin Kusej engaged him as a 17-year-old for the production WIE ES AUCH GEFÄLLT for the Burgtheater, in which Haag has appeared as a musician and actor on more than 20 occasions. His performances on the most important theater stage in the German-speaking world immediately earned him two nominations for the "Nestroy", Austria's biggest theater prize.

In his role as the youthful Arnulf Rainer in the film SLEEPING WITH A TIGER by Anja Salomonowitz alongside Birgit Minichmayr, he is appearing for the first time at the Berlinale, one of the world's largest film festivals.

 




 

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LUKAS WATZL | HANS WERNER POSCHAUKO

Born in Graz in 1990. Studied acting at the Max Reinhardt Seminar until 2016, followed by theater engagements at the Volkstheater Vienna, the Burgtheater and the Volksoper Vienna. 
 
Cinema work with Sebastian Brauneis (Zauberer, 3 Freunde 2 Feinde, Die Vermieterin), Thomas Roth ("Schächten"), Stefan A. Lukacs ("Cops") and Barbara Albert ("Licht"), among others. 
 
He also works in streaming series for Netflix with Marvin Kren ("Freud", "Crooks") and with Stefan A. Lukacs for Amazon Prime (Luden - Könige der Reeperbahn) and for various television productions in Germany and Austria. Lukas Watzl lives in Vienna.

TEAM | AUSZUG

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CREDITS | EXTRACT

Casting: Lisa Oláh
Camera: Jo Molitoris AAC
Light: Dominik Danner
Sound: Hjalti Bager-Jonathansson and Johannes Baumann
Art Direction: Martin Reiter with Andreas ErtL
Costume Designer: Tanja Hausner
Hair and Make-Up: Sam Dopona and Verena Eichtinger
Editing: Joana Scrinzi AEA
Sound Design: Veronika Hlawatsch
Soundmix: Tobias Fleig
Music: Bernhard Fleischmann
Color: Lisa Tillinger and Andi Winter
Production Manager: Philipp Luka Grandits
Line Producer: Bruno Wagner
Research: Anna Bauer
Dramaturgy: Roland Zag
Producer: Antonin Svoboda
Written and Directed by Anja Salomonowitz

Production Company: coop99 Filmproduktion
Distributing Company: Stadtkino Filmverleih 



HERE IS AN EXCERPT FROM THE CREATIVE TEAM. PEOPLE WHO HAVE ACCOMPANIED ANJA SALOMONOWITZ FOR SEVERAL FILMS.
 

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Joana Scrinzi | Editing

Joana Scrinzi lives in Vienna as a freelance editor after graduating from a technical college for MultiMediaArt. Her focus is on the editing of fictional and non-fictional feature films. Many of her works have been presented at international festivals, including her debut "März" (Locarno Silver Bear, Heart of Sarajevo 2008) and "Kater" (Teddy Award Berlinale 2016) by Händl Klaus as well as the multi-award-winning drama "Große Freiheit" by Sebastian Meise (Jury Prize Cannes, Oscar Shortlist 2022 for Best International Feature Film and more).mit Einem Tiger Schlafen is her first collaboration with Anja Salomonowitz.
 
Since 2020 Joana Scrinzi has been a board member of the AEA (Austrian Editors Association), a member of the Austrian Film Academy and Tempo (Federation of Film Editors Associations).
 
Awards:
She was awarded prizes for best editing at the Diagonale in 2018, 2021 and 2022, the German Camera Award 2022 and the Austrian Film Award 2022.



 

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Veronika Hlawatsch | Sound Design

Veronika Hlawatsch studied film at the University of Music and Performing Arts and specialized in the world of sound in combination with the moving image. She has worked with directors including Anja Salomonowitz, Elisabeth Scharang, Marie Kreutzer, Alain Guiraudie, Benjamin Heisenberg and Hubert Sauper. In addition to 3 nominations, she has won the Austrian Film Award for Best Sound Design three times.



 

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Tanja Hausner | Costume Designer

Filmography Tanja Hausner 
 
2023 "Club Zero" Coop99, Coproduction Office, Director: Jessica Hausner
2023 "Sisi and I" Walker&Worm Filmproduktion, Director: Frauke Finsterwalder 
2022 "Serviam- I want to serve" Epo-Filmproduktion, Director: Ruth Mader 
2022 "Sparta" Ulrich Seidl Filmproduktion, Director: Ulrich Seidl 
2022 "Rimini" Ulrich Seidl Filmproduktion, director: Ulrich Seidl 
2021 "Große Freiheit" buccaneer film, director: Sebastian Meise 
2020 "Schachnovelle" Walker&Worm Filmproduktion, director: Philipp Stölzl 
2019 "Little Joe" Coop99, director: Jessica Hausner 
2018 "Angelo" Novotny Filmproduktion, director: Markus Schleinzer 
2018 "Life Guidance" KGB Filmproduktion, director: Ruth Mader 
2017 "The sinfull women of Höllfall" Ulrich Seidl Filmproduktion, director: Veronika Franz, Severin Fiala 
2017 "Animals" Coop99, director: Greg Zlinsky 
2016 "Lilian" Ulrich Seidl Filmproduktion, director: Andreas Horvath 
2016 "Stille Reserven" Privateer film, director: Valentin Hitz 
2016 "Kater" Coop99, director: Klaus Händl 
2015 "Three eggs in a jar" Coop99, director: Antonin Svoboda 
2014 "Ich seh, ich seh" Ulrich Seidl Filmproduktion, director: Veronika Franz, Severin Fiala 
2014 "Amour fou" Coop99, director: Jessica Hausner 
2013 "The 727 days without Karamo" Amourfou Filmproduktion, director: Anja Salomonowitz 
2013 "Paradise - Hope" Ulrich Seidl Filmproduktion, director: Ulrich Seidl 
2012 "Paradise-Faith" Ulrich Seidl Filmproduktion, Director: Ulrich Seidl 
2012 "Paradise-Love" Ulrich Seidl Filmproduktion, Director: Ulrich Seidl



 

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Anna Bauer | Assistant Anja Salomonowitz

Anna Bauer, born in 1992 in Linz, studied theater, film and media studies as well as media technology in Vienna.
 
As a trained graphic designer, she works in various niches of the creative scene and has been Anja Salomonowitz's assistant since 2019. In addition to curatorial activities in the art and cultural association FORTUNA, she is currently working on her first album, which promises a mix of dreamy synth sounds and bedroom pop. 
 
For SLEEPING WITH A TIGER she was 2nd assistant director, responsible for the extras and research work and designed the film poster.



 

STEFAN STEINER

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ANDREAS ERTL & STEFAN STEINER | Art Direction

Andreas Ertl was born in Vienna in 1983 and studied Industrial Design in Paolo Piva's master class at the Angewandte Kunst Wien.

During his studies he developed a love of experimenting with materials in various forms - he likes to move between art and design.

After founding his own design studio, he exhibited at international design fairs and taught digital prototyping at the Salzburg University of Applied Sciences.

He came to film as a career changer and worked on several productions in various areas of the art department. 

This resulted in his own work as a set designer for music videos, short films and cinema productions. He has been working closely with Anja Salomonowitz since 2019.

 

Stefan Steiner(*1977 in Kufstein) grew up in Tyrol and Vienna, came to Graz by chance and started as a prop master at the Graz Schauspielhaus - since then he has had a close relationship with the theater.

Back in Vienna, he worked for several years as an assistant set designer at the Bundestheater and was involved in major theater and opera productions.

His next step was to move into the film industry. He worked on international productions as a prop master, exterior prop master and set decorator.

He has been working closely with Anja Salomonowitz since 2019.




 

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Bernhard Fleischmann | Music

Born in 1975, lives as a freelance musician in Vienna. He has been working with electronic music since 1998. In 1999 he released his debut "pop loops for breakfast" on the new labels "Morr Music" and "charhizma". Several further releases on international labels followed. 
 
In 2003, he received the "Qwartz Electronic Music Award" in the best album category for "Welcome Tourist".  In 2008, "Angst Is Not A Weltanschauung" is released - an album that is listed by MICA - music austria among the top ten records from Austria in the decade 2000-2010. 
 
In 2018 the album "Stop Making Fans" is released on Morr Music, in 2022 the album "Music For Shared Rooms" with selected pieces of theater and film music. Concerts and tours have taken place worldwide in recent years. In addition to his work as a musician and remixer, b. fleischmann is also active as a DJ and producer. Since 2001, b. fleischmann has also worked regularly on theater and film music in Germany and abroad. 
 
Award selection: 
 
For the film music for Katharina Mückstein's film "L'Animale", b. fleischmann received the Austrian Film Award in the category "Best Film Music" in 2019, as well as the "Award For Best Original Score" at the French "Festival De Cinema Europeen Des Arcs".



 

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Roland Zag | Dramaturgy

Roland Zag, born 1958, studied musicology, theater studies and philosophy. 1986-2000 Numerous documentaries on mainly artistic and musical themes. Since 2000 he has worked as a dramaturge and script consultant on more than 100 cinema and TV films in the German-speaking world.




 

SELECTED ARTICLES


"A biography is always just an interpretation; my film doesn't claim to hold any truth"
INTERVIEW ON CINEUROPE 


 

"A new docudrama raises the profile of Austrian avant-garde painter Maria Lassnig (1919-2014) considered one of the most important artists of the 20th/early 21st century."

REVIEW ON FILMUFORIA

 

"It’s best to see both the biopic and the shorts to appreciate Lassnig’s uncanny talent for marrying morbidity and frolic, rigor and wantonness."

ARTICLE ABOUT LASSNIG'S SHORTFILMS ON HYPERALLERGIC


 


 

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SLEEPING WITH A TIGER | TEASER

KONTAKT

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CONTACT

PRODUCTION COMPANY

 

coop99 filmproduktion G.m.b.H.

Antonin Svoboda

Wasagasse 12/1, 1090 Wien

+43 1 3195825

welcome@coop99.at
 


INTERNATIONAL PRESS

WOLF

Michael Arnon

+49 178 547 0179

  

www.wolf-con.com
 


AUSTRIAN PRESS

Tomáš Mikeska

TMrelations Werbe- & Kommunikationsagentur

+43 (0)650 676 15 84

tom@tm-relations.com

 

FESTIVAL BOOKING

AUSTRIAN FILMS 

Emilie Dauptain

emilie.dauptain@austrianfilms.com

 


 

AUSTRIAN DISTRIBUTION COMPANY

Stadtkino Filmverleih

https://stadtkinowien.at/verleih/mit-einem-tiger-schlafen/

Wiktoria Pelzer

Siebensterngasse 2/12, 1070 Wien

+43 1 361 81 81

office@stadtkinowien.at
 

 

MUSEUM ContACT

Anna Bauer

assistenz@anjasalomonowitz.com


 

anja salomonowitz

www.anjasalomonowitz.com