Screening Madi Piller

We are so happy to welcome canadian filmmaker Madi Piller. Make sure you catch her screening on October 17. Door 7pm, screening start 7.30pm.

Super8 Pixilation Workshop

Join us for our next workshop with Canadian filmmaker and animator Madi Piller.

Nov 3, 2017, filmkoopwien | 1 - 6 pm
Super8 body craziness in motion. Experiment in becoming a living stop motion puppet.
Code: No computer pixels. No high heels ready to move.

Teilnahmegebühr: 20 Euro
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Super8 Workshop

Unser nächster Super8 Workshop findet am 14. und 16. Juli statt.
Das Ziel des Workshops ist es, einen Überblick über das Medium Super8 zu gewinnen und zu lernen mit dem Material, den Kameras und den Projektoren richtig zu arbeiten. Es wird kein Vorwissen benötigt. Am Ende des Workshops werden die WorkshopteilnehmerInnen den gesamten Ablauf vom Arbeiten mit analogen Filmmaterial – vom Einlegen des Films in die Kamera, über das eigenständige Entwickeln in der Dunkelkammer, bis zum Projizieren auf der Leinwand – kennengelernt haben.

14. Juli 2017, 19:00 Uhr - 21:00 Uhr (Einführung, Besprechung von Filmbeispielen & Kameraverleih)

16. Juli 2017, 14:00 Uhr - 19:00 Uhr (Entwickeln, Bearbeiten, Projizieren)

Unkostenbeitrag: € 150,00 + € 40,00 Super8 Film

Die TeilnehmerInnen werden im Zuge des ersten Termins eine allgemeine Einführung in das Arbeiten mit analogen Filmmaterial bekommen, dabei steht der richtige Umgang mit Kameras und dem Material im Vordergrund. Es werden Inputs gegeben, wie man mit dem Medium Super8 arbeiten kann. Danach sind die TeilnehmerInnen aufgefordert selbstständig zu filmen.

Beim zweiten Termin dreht sich alles um das eigenständige Entwickeln des Filmmaterials in der Dunkelkammer, eventuelles Bearbeiten und das anschließende Projizieren des eigenen Films auf der Kinoleinwand. Am Schluss können die KursteilnehmerInnen ihren fertigen Film mit nach Hause nehmen.
Der Workshop wird von Stefanie Weberhofer geleitet und ist auf 4 TeilnehmerInnen limitiert. Aus Erfahrung empfehlen wir eine rasche Anmeldung.
Anmeldung an
Aus organisatorischen Gründen können wir Stornierungen nur bis zum 2. Juli entgegennehmen. Danach fällt eine Stornogebühr von € 25,00 an.

Die Workshops finden in den Räumlichkeiten der filmkoop wien statt. Das Equipment, welches für den Workshop benötigt wird (Kameras, Entwicklungsspulen, Klebepressen, Projektoren...), wird von der filmkoop wien für die Dauer des Workshops kostenlos zur Verfügung gestellt. Ebenfalls ist der Preis der benötigten Entwicklungs-Chemikalien im Preis inkludiert.

filmkoop wien sommerfest

Wir feiern den Sommer und den analogen Film! Kommt vorbei bei unserem filmkoop wien sommerfest. Es warten Filmvorführungen, Installationen, Musik, kühle Drinks & Snacks auf euch.

18. Juni 2017
17:00 - 22:00 Uhr
Wickenburggasse 15/3/1b, 1080 Wien
Wir freuen uns auf euch.

Antoinette Zwirchmayr's Trilogie - Filmmuseum Wien

filmkoop wien recommends

Ein Abend mit Antoinette Zwirchmayr's Trilogie im Österreichischen Filmmuseum




Mittwoch 10.05.2017 um 21:00

Augustinerstraße 1, 1010 Wien


A program of films by filmkoop wien members

Cinematic Illuminations from Vienna
selected by Viktoria Schmid

will be shown at
the annual showcase of Labor Berlin


4.2. 2017

Silent Green, Berlin

IN LOVE WITH FILM #1 - filmkoop wien invites DISTRUKTUR

We're starting the year by inviting the Berlin-based filmmakers Melissa Dullius and Gustavo Jahn aka Distruktur to celebrate our love to analog film. Join us for the upcoming events that include a film screening, an audiovisual performance and a workshop for handmade 16mm color film processing. 

Melissa Dullius and Gustavo Jahn form Distruktur since 2006, when they moved together from southern Brazil to Berlin. They started making films together in 1999, first on Super 8 and later on 16mm, their medium until the present day. After joining the collective LaborBerlin in 2007 they started applying handmade techniques on the making of their films. Beyond conceiving and producing moving images, they appear as actors and musicians and act as lab technicians, doing great part of the post-production of their films. In the last years Distruktur took part in festivals such as Berlinale, Torino, Moscow IFF and Videobrasil, as well as in exhibitions at the New Museum in New York, Paço das Artes in São Paulo, and Vilnius Contemporary Art Centre. Muito Romântico is their first feature film. 


Navigation 2 x 16mm, Color / B&W, Live sounds, 10-12min
Filme de Pedra : 1 x 16mm, B&W, Live sounds, 20-25mi

Saturday 7.1. 
Open doors with drinks & talks: 18.00, Start Perfomance: 19.00

filmkoop wien
Wickenburggasse 15/3/1b


Sunday 8.1. 15.30 

Blickle Kino, 21erHaus
Quartier Belvedere, Arsenalstraße 1, 1030 Wien
in Kooperation mit dem Ursula-Blickle-Videoarchiv

Germany/Brazil, 2016,  72 min

Melissa and Gustavo cross the Atlantic to start a new life. They set sail on making lms, friends and music, but fear awakens when a secret emerges. A cosmic portal opens up inviting them to expand their journey beyond time and space. 

TRAILER: Watch it on Vimeo! 


16mm Negative film is maybe the most abundant motion film material at the moment as many types of new and expired stocks can be easily found. 

The workshop will focus on 16mm color negative film processing using DIY hand processing techniques. We will mix the ECN-2 baths from the scratch to process negative motion picture film, and use E6 chemistry to produce reversal images through cross-processing. It will also be possible to experiment and intervene during the photo-chemical process: solarization and bleach-by-pass can be used to transform the image during its formation.

The two-day workshop will be held by Melissa Dullius and Gustavo Jahn aka Distruktur. 

Color negative film stock will be provided, but feel free to bring your own material.

Registration: Send us an email with the subjetct "In love with film" to info (at) until 2 January. Basic knowledge of processing 16mm film is required. Full appearance for both days is mandatory.

9. + 10 January:  11.00-17.00
Costs: 90 Euro (includes film stock and chemistry)

IN LOVE WITH FILM #1 is realized through the support of BKA Bundeskanzleramt Österreich.

Screening series filmkoop wien V/V

For our screening in December we are very happy to show works by Maja Rezoug, Guillermo Tellechea, Bernhard Geigl and Stefan Voglsinger who will perform a Filminstallation from Strictly Analog Festival Ljubljana. 

Come join us! 
Monday, 12th December 

Screening series filmkoop wien IV/V

Filmkoop wien has the pleasure to invite international artists and filmmakers working with analog film to present their work. For our screening in November we show works made in the independent filmlabs l‘Etna (Montreuil, France), l‘Abominable (La Courneuve, France) and Labo Bis (Brussels, Belgium).

After the films there will be a collective discussion in the presence of the filmmakers Mariette Michaud, Anna Salzberg and two members of Les Scotcheuses collective.

7.11.16 18 Uhr
filmkoop wien, Wickenburggasse 15/3/1B, Wien


Mariette Michaud / 2015 / 16mm with digital sound / 5‘

On ira à Neuilly, Inch‘Allah (We‘ll go to Neuilly, Inch‘allah)
Anna Salzberg and Mehdi Ahoudig / 2015 / 16mm with digital sound / 20‘

Tremblements, un lm sans n sur les luttes en cours (Quakes, and endless lm on current struggles)
collective and anonymous / 2016 / 16mm with digital sound / 25‘

No Ouestern
Les Scotcheuses collective / 2015 / Super 8 with digital sound / 27‘

Sème Ton Western
Les Scotcheuses collective / 2014 / Super 8 with digital sound / 24‘ 

Screening series filmkoop Vienna III/V.

filmkoop wien started a screening series and invites international artists and filmmakers to present their works at filmkoop wien. Each screening is curated by a different member.

For September's screening filmkoop wien-member Stefanie Weberhofer invites Sonya Stefan from Montreal with the film program Hybridity and the Performative Hand-made: Montreal Independent Cinema:

Sonya Stefan presents current Montreal filmmakers and video creators who are exploring hybrid techniques and the hand-made. Each artist defines their own unique process, either by hands-on film/video manipulation or via performance-based techniques such as Hamish Fulton-esque walking trajectories shot along a man-made path leading to a lake. Experimental and animation works make up this program.

Monday, 12.09.2016, 7 pm
filmkoop wien
Wickenburggasse 15/3/1B, 1080 Wien

Program: Film & Videos

Mandi Morgan/Boreal

Working with paper cutout animation, Mandi Morgan creates a non-linear allegorical tale depicting the vulnerable tensions between wildlife and human destruction.

Alisi Telengut /Nutag-Homeland
Animation/Color/Stereo/2016/ 6 min

Oil pastel on one piece of paper, under-camera animation, frame by frame, shot on digital. A non-narrative hand-painted visual poem about diaspora, homeland, and the tragic mass-deportations of the Kalmyk people during WWII.

Guillaume Vallée/The Yellow Ghost
16mm to digital/color/Stereo/2014/3m30

Cameraless film created with found footage of a nightmarish dream.

Phillippe Leonard/[T]

Philippe Leonard shot the footage for this remarkable work at Times Square, in New York City, during the hours of artificial illumination. Partly for this reason, it is an oneiric diary, tempted by myth and, at the same time, suffused by a melancholy sense that myth has lost its magical power.

Guillaume Vallée/Le bulbe tragique
16mm to digital/Color/2016/6min                             

Ephemeral traces of nothingness - Rotoscoping farmers, crumbling churches, dying memories as hand-painted layers, decay & collage on film emulsion as incidental traces of nothingness. A work that is aware of his own mechanisms.

Sonya Stefan/Echo

Separated by four sections, this dance film embraces the unpolished aesthetic of contact-printed color film stock and various re-photographic techniques such as reversal color film stock, homemade filters and light manipulations.

Vitalyi Bulychev & Sonya Mladenova/Lapses of Attention
Super8 /B&W/2015/ 3min                                                                                     

This film was made for the One Take Super8 event; it was shot over the course of four hours. The film documents a meditation session. The participant, and co-director of the film, Sonya Mladenova recorded the audio afterwards in a hypnotic state, attempting to replicate the fleeting thoughts and impressions during her meditation.

Alexandre Larose/brouillard #14
35mm to digital/color/silent/2013/10min

a trajectory that extends from my family's house into a lake, layered multiple times, in-camera