On my very first stroll through Trastevere I instantly was drawn to an abandoned cinema, at least it seemed to be a lost place. And it kind of became a familiar landmark when I went to get some fresh bread and breakfast each morning. Back home I found some information about Cinema America on Vice and on […]
Located in the 7th district you find one of Viennas oldest cinemas: the Admiral Kino, opened in 1913. It´s one of these cineastic gems that survived times despite all the odds and thanks to amazing personal efforts of some. On August 2nd 1929 even the author Arthur Schnitzler saw „A Knight in London“ at the Admiral Kino. […]
Let´s get back to Rome, but this time we´re going to do a little timelapse: welcome to Cesars Rome, set in the 1st century BC. Rebuilt on 4 hectares for the HBO show „Rome“. In Cinecittà Rome is only s short walk from New York and Assisi. Another set still in use, the crew of […]
Just a short ride with the metro and you´re at Fellinis home: la Cinecittà. He actually really lived on these grounds! Founded in 1937 by Mussolini Cinecittà has been a working studio areal to this day. During our visit a remake of „Ben Hur“ was shoot and according to the guide they were expecting the […]
Today a documentariy about the austrian photographer Erich Lessing celebrated it´s viennes premiere at Stadtkino, which is now situated in the Künstlerhaus. Lessing worked for the famous Magnum agency and is known for his photojournalism work. His work is one of the main reasons I started to engage myself with photography.