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La Loupe Kitzbühel No. 2 Summer Edition

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Ein Sommer der tausend Möglichkeiten Kitzbühel in der warmen Jahreszeit – ein Fest für alle Sinne. Die frische Bergluft einatmen, die Füße nach einer Wanderung im kristallklaren Wasser der Kitzbüheler Ache abkühlen, die Zeit wie Olympiasiegerin Lisi Osl beim Mountainbiken vergessen oder Körper und Geist bei Yoga mit Tania Wimmer in Einklang bringen. Einfach gesagt: In der Gamsstadt den Moment genießen! Mitreißen lassen beim vielseitigen Programm des Kitzbüheler Filmfestivals, in Tracht auf dem Jahrmarkt abfeiern, romantische Musik beim „Klassik in den Alpen“-Open Air genießen, exklusiv shoppen bei Iris von Arnim in der malerischen Altstadt, den Abschlag auf einem der vier Golfplätze in herrlicher Bergkulisse perfektionieren, sich bei Bernd Gruber von Interior-Design inspirieren lassen und den Kochlöffel bei Kochkursen im „Winkler´s Neuwirt“ schwingen...das sind nur ein paar wenige Möglichkeiten, um den Sommer in Kitzbühel unvergesslich zu machen. Wir könnten bereits auf dieser Seite all unsere Tipps verraten, aber wir möchten, dass Sie neugierig bleiben. Um Ihnen die Auswahl zu erleichtern, finden Sie auf den nächsten 160 Seiten alles, was Sie zu einem wunderbaren Aufenthalt in der Gamsstadt wissen müssen. Wir freuen uns über Feedback zu unserer neuen La Loupe-Ausgabe und wünschen Ihnen einen schönen Urlaub am Fuße der Streif...

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“How often do you get the opportunity to learn background information on films and to get to meet the directors, protagonists and producers?” “At the cinema I consciously take the time to watch a film and I engage with it, I’m not distracted and get to delve into a different world altogether.” Of course we also try to develop both events further. In that sense there will be food trucks taking care of the audience at the drive-in cinema this year. And DJs will accompany the sunset until the films start at 8 pm – both at the cinema on the mountain and on the Hahnenkamm parking lot. L.L. Something that makes the film festival Kitzbühel special is the “script retreat”. What exactly is that? K.P. The script retreat (German: Drehbuchklausur or DBK) is an FFKB-initiative that supports the promotion of young filmmakers. This is the third time that young filmmakers are invited to Kitzbühel for an intense three-week work and writing retreat. One of the main goals of DBK is to encourage authors and to provide them with a repertoire of useful tools. We want to help them tell their stories in a thrilling way and thus also promote the success of the Austrian and German-speaking film scene. Throughout the retreat they will be accompanied by experts and professionals coming from the national and international film scene. Some points that will be focused on will be the development of the characters, dramatic composition, dialogues but also the preparation of their loglines, the synopsis, and pitching and cross-media potential. Das Filmfestival Kitzbühel Team / the film festival Kitzbühel team 120

L.L. The festival’s framework programme involves the audience and offers space for stimulating discussions. Are there concrete plans for this yet? K.P. After every film there will be the possibility to talk to the filmmakers and ask them questions on their films right there. These rounds of questions are very well received by the audience. How often do you get the opportunity to learn background information on films and to get to meet the directors, protagonists and producers? Because FFKB is a very informal festival, the festival week often offers opportunities to seek the dialogue with the filmmakers in a relaxed atmosphere. Kunst & Kultur L.L. Video-on-demand portals are very popular at the moment. Films are increasingly streamed at home. Would you say that cinema still has a future? K.P. I think that those are two very different experiences. At the cinema I consciously take the time to watch a film and I engage with it, I’m not distracted and get to delve into a different world altogether. There is a huge screen in front of me and the sound completely envelops me. That is something one can only replicate in one’s home with a lot of effort. Many films are only made for the big screen and they feel much less intense as a TV film. So I don’t think people will want to renounce to that experience in the future. The film festival Kitzbühel is all about the “young film”. Budding directors and producers get the unique opportunity to present their projects in front of an amazing alpine backdrop. Exchange and networking between national and international filmmakers and film lovers are focused on during FFKB. The comprehensive framework programme includes drive-in cinema, readings and exhibitions. And this year young filmmakers will once more have to face a top-class jury including Gabriele Kranzelbinder and Georges Luks. For more information: www.ffkb.at 121