Sebastian Brameshuber

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Sebastian Brameshuber 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 regularly present and occasionally awarded at film and media art festivals such as the Berlinale, Viennale, Cinéma du Réel, FID Marseille, BAFICI, Karlovy Vary FF, Sarajevo FF, EMAF Osnabrueck, Impakt Utrecht, Media Art Friesland, among others. Following "Muezzin" in 2009 and "Und in der Mitte, da sind wir" in 2014, "Bewegungen eines nahen Bergs" is Brameshuber's third feature-length film.

Filme

In, Over & Out

2015 / Experimentalfilm / Regie: Sebastian Brameshuber

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Muezzin

2009 / Dokumentarfilm / Regie: Sebastian Brameshuber

Regie, Buch, Schnitt, Produktion

Preserving Cultural Traditions in a Period of Instability

2004 / Experimentalfilm / Regie: Sebastian Brameshuber, Thomas Draschan

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Auszeichnungen

In, Over & Out

Alternative Film/Video Festival Belgrade 2016, awarded as “Important Cinematic Work"

Und in der Mitte, da sind wir

Austrian Film Awards 2015, nominated for “Best Documentary”

Of Stains, Scrap & Tires

Berlinale Shorts 2015, nominated for “Golden Bear”
VIS Vienna Independent Shorts 2015, "Best Austrian Short Film”
Arbeitswelten-Förderpreis 2015, AK Salzburg
EAST SILVER 2015, nominated for Silver Eye Award

Muezzin

Open Eyes Award, Bester Dokumentarfilm, Medfilmfestival 2010, Rom

Preserving Cultural Traditions in a Period of Instability

No-Budget-Preis, Kurzfilmfestival Hamburg, 2005
Honorable Mention, Media City Festival 2005, Windsor, Kanada