DIE KUNST DER FOLGENLOSIGKEIT

Deutschland, Österreich 2021 – Director: Jakob Brossmann, Friedrich von Borries – Original language:

A hunger for profit is destroying our world. Can art intervene or are artists merely the jesters of capitalism? And can the world be saved through living without ecological consequences? These topics are discussed – in front of and behind the camera and far beyond…

We present the World Premiere of the film.

The subtitles are selectable in the audio settings of the video.

No youth rating

English/Original Title: THE ART OF INCONSEQUENTIALITY. Camera: Fabian Spuck (fiktional) / Serafin Spitzer (dokumentarisch). Sound: Andreas Mohnke (fiktional) / Axel Traun (dokumentarisch). Editing: Lisa Zoe Geretschläger. Music: Kyrre Kvam. Production: NFP*, Finali Film, Wortschatz Produktion. Producer: Clemens Schaeffer, Friedrich von Borries, Jakob Brossmann. Length: 67 min.

With
Albert Meisl, Katharina Meves 
Ahmed Soura, Milo Rau, Antje Stahl, Tadzio Müller  

 

Jakob Brossmann

The Austrian director and set designer Jakob Brossmann studied stage and film design at the University of Applied Arts in Vienna and has since worked as a documentary filmmaker and for numerous theatre productions. His documentary film LAMPEDUSA IM WINTER (2015) won several awards.

 

Prof. Dr. Friedrich von Borries

Prof. Dr. Friedrich von Borries, born in 1974, is an architect and has taught design theory at the Hamburg University of Fine Arts (HFBK) since 2009. In Berlin, he heads the Friedrich von Borries Project Office. His novel "Fest der Folgenlosigkeit" will be published by Suhrkamp in summer 2021. 


Filmography

HEARD, SEEN – A RADIO FILM, A 2019, 90 min.
LAMPEDUSA IN WINTER, A/CH/I, 2015, 93 min.
TAGWERK – A DAY'S WORK, A 2011, 52 min.

 

Competition DOK.deutsch

Intense stories and unusual things about our homeland: The competition presents films that deal with people and topics in the German-speaking countries. The VIKTOR DOK.deutsch is endowed with 5,000 euros.

 

In cooperation with

 

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