24 Frames / Hong Kong University 23

A Student’s Short Film Show – 23.05.2023

Film 1: „HOPE“ von Franziska Ducklauß, 00:38min

In relation to the abandoned greenhouse located on the outskirts of Vienna, this short film projects the importance and future possibilities of greenhouses via a stop-motion collage. Hope as the guiding topic reflects on a potential change from an industrial focused environment back to nature via protected spaces. The digitally drawn short film dreams of a greener future around the greenhouse in Donaufeld.

Vimeo: https://vimeo.com/447080483

Film 2: „Das Gewächshaus“ von Eva Kretzschmar, 2.33min

Starting point is an abandoned greenhouse located on the outskirts of Vienna. It is still surrounded by fields, which are soon to be replaced by residential development. The urban planning approach to this very special part of Vienna, which is also equipped with the most fertile soil in Austria, gives rise to the feeling that what is already there is not being noticed, despite all the commitment towards participation. The greenhouse itself is to be demolished and replaced with a school campus. The idea now is to integrate the greenhouse into the school campus as a learning and local community space.

Vimeo: https://vimeo.com/447080199

von Marina Cubela, Aya El Arnauti, Monja Marie Hintermeier, Shkelqim Ismali, Marlene Kovacs, Zeynep Yazi

This short film takes a closer look at various artistic positions and examples that deal with the topic of garden and urban environments with various theoretical backgrounds. From this intensive, substantive engagement, smaller, artistic projects are to be developed, which together have the potential and importance of preserving the reenhouse as content.

Vimeo: https://vimeo.com/447082779