Virgil Widrich - 7'
A 7-minute 3D-remix of feature films from the 1950s and 60s which were projected on glass and rephotographed in stereoscopic 3D with a photo camera. PLEASE WEAR YOUR RED/CYAN GLASSES TO WATCH THIS ANAGLYPH VERSION! Winner of 7 international film awards.
Director not to present this film for Public, the Jury can award the film through private screening.
Virgil Widrich, born 1967 in Salzburg, works on numerous multimedia and film productions.
His first feature film is "Heller als der Mond" ("Brighter than the Moon"). His short film "Copy Shop" won 35 international awards and was nominated for the Oscar. "Fast Film" premiered in Cannes 2003 and won 36 awards until today. His newest feature film is "Night of a 1000 Hours" (2016). Virgil Widrich lives in Vienna/Austria.
Statement by another director, avant-garde master Peter Tscherkassky:
"back track" presents itself as yet another work of bravura by one of Austria’s most inventive filmmakers, his ingeniously intricate ideas ever a source of newfound pleasure.