Bewegungen eines nahen Bergs

Movements of a Nearby Mountain

In a remote, abandoned industrial site near a centuries-old ore mine in the Austrian Alps, a self-taught mechanic runs a business exporting used cars and parts to his native Nigeria. As he pursues his lonely day-to-day activities with wondrous serenity, past, present and future begin to overlap, and memories of a lost friendship resurface against the backdrop of a mysterious promise of everlasting resources.

Director's Biography
Sebastian Brameshuber
Sebastian Brameshuber, born in Gmunden, Austria, in 1981, studied scenography at the Vienna University of Applied Arts and cinema at the French audiovisual research center Le Fresnoy - Studio National des Arts Contemporains. Since 2004 his work has been presented and awarded at several film and media art festivals such as the Berlinale, Viennale, FID Marseille, and Karlovy Vary Film Festival. Movements of a Nearby Mountain won the Grand Prix at Cinéma du Réel Paris. 

Film Selection: Bewegungen eines nahen Bergs (Movements of a Nearby Mountain, 2019, doc) - In, Over & Out (short, 2015, CE'16) - Of Stains, Scrap & Tires (doc short, 2014, CE'15) - Und in der Mitte, da sind wir (And There We Are, In The Middle, 2014, doc, CE'14) - Muezzin (2009, doc, CE'09) 
2019: CROSSING EUROPE Award – Local Artist
Local Artists 2019
Sebastian Brameshuber
Austria 2019
86 minutes
Igbo / German / English
OV with English subtitles
Screenplay Sebastian Brameshuber
Cinematography Klemens Hufnagl
Editing Sebastian Brameshuber, Dane Komlijen
Sound/Sounddesign Johannes Schmelzer-Ziringer
With Clifford Agu, Magnus Ogbonna, Ferenc Sütöri, Ibolya Farkas, Gusztav Horváth, Sarlem Rasuli, Mladen Mladonov, Iliyan Tudorov
Producer(s) Ralph Wieser, David Bohun
Mischief Films, Panama Film
Austrian Rights
World Premiere
Cinéma du Réel, Paris 2019
Austrian Rights

Weltpremiere / World Premiere
Cinéma du Réel, Paris 2019

CROSSING EUROPE Award - Local Artist 2019
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