Between Heaven and Hell: The Films of Ulrich Seidl

To accompnay the release of Ulrich Seidl’s new film IMPORT EXPORT, we are pleased to present Between Heaven and Hell, a showcase of the development of Seidl’s dispassionate, often shocking but deeply humanistic concern with the dark corners of society, earning him the reputation as one of Europe’s most distinctive and provocative filmmakers. The season continues in November.

This season is a touring programme from Watershed (Bristol).

To mark the release of Ulrich Seidl’s new film IMPORT EXPORT on 3 October, we are pleased to present Between Heaven and Hell, a showcase of the development of Seidl’s dispassionate, often shocking but deeply humanistic concern with the dark corners of society, earning him the reputation as one of Europe’s most distinctive and provocative filmmakers. The season continues in November.

This season is a touring programme from Watershed (Bristol).

Previously In this season

Jesus You Know

Seidl employs the intimacy of prayer as an entry point into revealing the everyday complaintsand deepest secrets of his subjects as they beseech Jesus as…

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Dog Days

Over several long, sweltering summer days, DOG DAYS enters into the closed spaces of suburban Vienna as its characters wallow in their own and each…

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Models

Far from glamourous and more melodramatic than mostfiction films, MODELS depicts the harsh realities of the modelling industry for a group of Viennese friends.

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Loss Is To Be Expected

Austrian widower Sepp awkwardly courts Paula, a widow who lives just across the Czech border. But their relationship is jeopardised by the mounting cultural differences…

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Animal Love

ANIMAL LOVE observes the lonely people of Vienna, whose relationships with their four-legged friends replace – or displace – the intimacy and companionship of other…

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