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Andreas Horvath

Andreas Horvath

Austria / Website

Biography

Andreas Horvath was born in Salzburg, Austria in 1968. He studied photography in Vienna and multimedia-art in Salzburg. As a freelance photographer and filmmaker he publishes photo books and creates independent films. His documentaries have received awards at international festivals, including Chicago Documentary Festival or Karlovy Vary IFF. He published black and white photo albums about Yakutia- Siberia (Benteli, 2003) and rural America (Heartlands, Fotohof, 2007).

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Filmography:

Clearance (17´, Austria, 1998)
Poroerotus (45´, Austria, 1999)
The Silence of Green (48´, Austria, 2002)
This Ain´t No Haertland (105´, Austria, 2004)
Views of a Retired Night Porter (38´, Austria, 2006)
The Passion according to the Polish Community of Pruchnik (30´, Austria, 2009)
Arab Attraction (119´, Austria, 2010)
Postcard from Somova, Romania (20', Austria, 2012)
Earth's Golden Playground (106', Austria, 2013)

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The Silence Of Green

The Silence Of Green (Orig.) / 2002 / Austria / 48 min

Mass murder! It's a mass murder!”, one of the farmers questioned by Andreas Horvath cries out in desperation. At the beginning of 2001, the foot-and-mouth disease was headline news on television and in the press.

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This Aint No Heartland

This Aint No Heartland (Orig.) / 2004 / Austria / 105 min

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Views Of A Retired Night Porter

Views of a Retired Night Porter (Orig.) / 2006 / Austria / 38 min

Awarded the BEST DOCUMENTARY FILM UNDER 30 MINUTES at 41st Karlovy Vary IFF.

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News

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A Look Inside DAFilms: Part 4

Despite the holiday season, we keep bringing you new documentaries that can travel with you anywhere you go. Each week, acquisitions manager Diana Tabakov selects them carefully for you, searching for them on the websites of festival catalogues and in dark video libraries. Learn more about her job!

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Student Film Summer

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Summer definitely belongs to students and great expeditions. The online summer at DAFilms.com belongs to a great expedition to unique student films from around the world. Travel with us across Europe as well as outside it! Where exactly? Find out in our programme!

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