Miramonte Film was founded in 2004 by Andreas Pichler and Valerio B. Moser. The company develops and produces documentaries and other audio-visual products in different formats for the local and European markets. Productions range from creative cinema documentaries to TV-miniseries as well as public and private commission work. Thematically the emphasis lies on culture, social affairs, history and politics. Very important from a formal point of view is the constant search for the specific language of images and innovative forms for expression.
Very important from a formal point of view is the constant search for the specific language of images and innovative forms for expression. Miramonte Film works within a network of free professionals and partner firms across Europe. Many projects have been produced and financed within a European context.
Golden Girls is a Vienna based group of film-directors and -producers, working since the early 1990s in the fields of experimental films, documentaries, short and feature films as well as commercials, corporate videos and music videos.
The principle involves providing equal treatment for form and content, adopting
extreme angles of perspective and exploring the frontiers of media opportunities
independently of dogma and regulations. And all the while the selective
development of emotional realities, which are the core of each piece of work,
remains in the forefront.
THE VENICE SYNDROME has been co-produced and funded by:
ORF, Der Beauftragte für Kultur und Medien, DFFF,
Filmförderung Hamburg Schleswig- Holstein, MEDIA, Eurimages, Österreichisches Film Institut, Business Location Südtirol (BLS),
Autonome Provinz Bozen Südtirol
THEATRICAL DISTRIBUTION GERMANY: Realfictionfilme