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I Am From Nowhere

DIR: Georg Misch
2002 / Austria, Germany, United Kingdom / 80 min

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Since 1952 countless films, documentaries, and reports have been made about Miková, the small village in Eastern Slovakia with a population of one hundred and fifty from where Andy Warhol’s family emigrated to the US. Focussing on his relatives who still live there, I Am From Nowhere examines the media’s obsession with Miková, thus reflecting on fame, filming as well as being filmed, and on Warhol’s legendary “15 minutes of fame”. More than that however, it is a film about the dreams and hopes of the people there, about the universal human dream of a better life, and an “American Dream”, which turns out to be completely different than expected.

About

Director Georg Misch
Screenplay Silvia Beck and Georg Misch
Dir. of Photography Silvia Beck
Editing Michael Palm
Music Mikhail Alperin
Sound Marian Gregorovic, Rudolf Potancok
Duration 80 min
Year 2002
Country Austria, Germany, United Kingdom
Colour
Tags media, rural society, visual arts
Production Navigator Film KEG
Navigator Film KEG
Address:  Schottenfeldgasse 14
City:  1070 Wien
Country:  Austria
Web:  www.navigatorfilm.com
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Phone:  +43(0)1-524.9777-12

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