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MEDIA BIZ September#233

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MEDIA BIZ September: Filmschnitt und Montagekunst • 25 Jahre x-art • Amateurfilm • IBC • Sophie Hunger • VR-Opernerlebnis • Maritimer Einsatz von Digital 6000 Funkmikrofonen • Local Heroes – Teltec Wien • Ingrid Koller und Joana Scrinzi unter den Nominierten für Filmplus 18 • Jüdisches Filmfestival Wien • animago • 007 Elements • Photo+Adventure + Film+Video Wien • ... Die nächste Ausgabe von MEDIA BIZ erscheint am 5. Oktober 2018 mit einem Nachbericht von der IBC in Amsterdam und einer ersten Vorschau auf die Photo+Adventure + Film+Video in Wien, aktuellen Entwicklungen im Bereich Kameratechnik, Digital Signage, Virtual und Augmented Reality, Datensicherung und -speicherung, Beschallung, Storytelling, Aus- und Weiterbildung in Medienberufen, Aus- und Einblicken vor und hinter die Kulissen beeindruckender Events, auf Produktionen und Projekte Made in Austria, dazu Testberichte, Interviews und mehr ... Redaktionsschluss: 21. September 2018. Save the date: Photo+Adventure + Film+Video Wien 2018: 24. + 25. November, Messe Wien, Halle B + Messe Congress - eine Kooperation zwischen Photo+Adventure und MEDIA BIZ: Branchentreff für Film+Video 2018 in Wien Ausstellerinformationen anfordern: MEDIA BIZ Branchenführer: MEDIA BIZ Newsletter: MEDIA BIZ Abo:

Filmfestspiele Berlin

Filmfestspiele Berlin WRITER & DIRECTOR Ruth Beckermann EDITOR Dieter Pichler COLOR GRADING Kurt Hennrich CONCEPTUAL COLLABORATION Sebastian Brameshuber COORDINATION POSTPRODUCTION Rebecca Hirneise SOUND DESIGN Manuel Grandpierre, Rudi Pototschnig RERECORDING MIXER Bernhard Maisch WITH Kurt Waldheim, Israel Singer, Helmut Kohl, Peter Turrini and many more PRODUCTION Ruth Beckermann Filmproduktion with SUPPORT of Austrian Filminstitut, ORF - Austrian Broadcasting Corporation, FISA and Filmfonds Vienna INTERNATIONAL SALES Wide House in a news nutshell zurück zum Inhalt The Waldheim Waltz The documentary film about Kurt Josef Waldheim, former UN Secretary General, and the controversy of his participation and role in the Nazi regime during World War II was selected as the Austrian entry for the Best Foreign Language Film at the 91st Academy Awards. The film, directed by Ruth Beckermann, shows the tangled web that former UN Secretary DIE General Kurt Waldheim became ensnared in by concealing two years of his wartime biography. It shows the swift succession of new allegations by the World Jewish Congress against him, the denial by the Austrian political class, the outbreak of anti-Semitism and patriotism, which finally led to his election. “Waldheim no, Waldheim no” shouts a crowd in the center of Vienna in 1986. Ruth Beckermann was one of the activists trying to prevent the election of Kurt Waldheim and documented the political events with her camera. More than 30 years later she goes back into her own archive and additionally uses international TV-material to analyse this turning point in Austrian political culture. Ruth Beckermann: “When I looked at the material I had shot 30 years ago, I was shocked. Had I really forgotten how easily emotions can be stirred up against others and used by populist politicians? In The Waldheim Waltz I attempt to analyse what was going on back then, things which seem all too familiar in our present day of Trump, Kurz & Strache and other masters of alternative facts and populism.” Trailer: In theatres: October 5, 2018 Original language: German, English, French Produced by: Ruth Beckermann Film Produktion Austrian distributor: World distribution: © Lukas Beck / Ruth Beckermann Filmproduktion A FILM BY Ruth Beckermann 68 Internationale T H E WALDHEIM POSTER-DESIGN & FONTS Gabriel Type Co. Waves Vienna Music Festival & Conference The Waves Vienna Music Conference, organized for the eighth time by Waves Vienna and Austrian Music Export, will gather hundreds of national and international music experts, organizers, label owners, bookers, and musicians at Vienna‘s WUK. The conference programme will address current issues in the music industry: How to place music in film, television and video games and best practices from the field of sync rights. Is a career as a musician or a job in the live music industry compatible with family? Are music blogs relevant for young music careers, does radio still play a role and if so, which? Questions like those will be discussed and as far as possible answered by international representatives of the music industry in panels, workshops, networking sessions and speed meetings. A panel will use Dives the Austrian band Cari Cari as an example to examine the effects of the music export XA Award, which will be presented for the second time this year as part of Waves Vienna. 100 Acts on 9 stages in the 9th district At the end of September, the Waves Vienna festival will once again make Vienna‘s ninth district a hotspot for musicians and music fans around the world. About one hundred acts will perform in the festival headquarters, the WUK, and in locations nearby. The showcase festival offers a stage for new international and local artists as well as established groups like The Go Team! (UK). More than just a festival, WAVES is a conference and also offers workshops and the Music Hack Day as part of their concept, which is unique in Austria. Waves Vienna Music Festival & Conference 27. - 29. September 2018, WUK Vienna Tickets: Festival Pass: 47 Euro Conference Pass: 55 Euro Pro Pass (Festival & Conference): 99 Euro © TinaBauer Jedermann 2018 with dLive With almost 700 performances within less than a century, Jedermann - a seminal medieval morality play, which has been performed every year throughout summer since 1923 at the Domplatz in Salzburg, is the central element of the identity of the Salzburger Festspiele. For this year´s performance the organisers have acquired an Allen & Heath dLive mixing system through the Austrian distributor ATEC Pro Audio. For their six other locations the organizers plan to acquire further dLive systems. The set-up comprises a three-way multi-surface configuration with two dLive S5000s for FOH, operated by Reinhold Schinwald and Florian Kindlinger (FOH engineers), and an additional dLive C1500 on monitors, operated by Heinz Bauer. All three surfaces are connected to a single DM64 MixRack. Also included in the system is an IP8 controller, a DX32 Expander, and SuperMADI, gigaACE and Dante cards for audio distribution. Dr. Edwin Pfanzagl-Cardone (Head of Sound Engineering and Acoustics for the Salzburger Festspielfonds) concludes: “We were Front of house position with dLive Front of house engineers with Dr. Edwin Pfanzagl-Cardone looking for a dual-operator solution with the option to use other remote controls of different sizes throughout the venue and the dLive digital mixing system offers just that.” © Salzburger Festspiele MEDIA BIZ

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