Sound & Vision 2020 is history

Sound & Vision 2020 – already over!

ELFs says THANK YOU to
the awesome audience
all tireless voluntary helpers
our reliable sponsors
Gemeinde St. Johann
Land Tirol
and Musik Kultur St. Johann for their outstanding support!

Stay online for more impressions of the Festival in the next few days in the S&V Gallery.

(c) Herbert Gschwentner

Sound & Vision Tickets on Sale NOW!

Dear Film Fans,

FINALLY the online tickets sale is OPEN for Sound & Vision 2020.

Link to the Tickets & Festival Passes sale HERE.

Covid19 background info HERE.

Attention >>> seat availability is limited. We strongly recommend that you book your tickets in advance to avoid disappointment.

(c) Polyfilm for Amazing Grace, Birth of the Cool, Somebody Up There Likes Me
(c) Roco Films for Still Bill
(c) Mauro Podini / Silvie Laubscher for Herbert Pixner & The Italo Connection
(c) Fortuna Media for Guitar Driver
(c) Warner Bros for Little Shop of Horrors
(c) Stadtkino Filmverleit for A Dog Called Money

Stick with Waititi, he’s worth following anywhere.

“You’ll laugh, you’ll cry — sometimes at the same time. But love or hate Jojo Rabbit, it’s damn near impossible to shake. 
 Our suggestion: Stick with Waititi. Give or take a few structural stumbles, he’s worth following anywhere.” says Peter Travers in his film review on

ELFS movie night is approaching again:


Please reserve your tickets in advance again, this helps us a lot when setting up the seating plan for the evening.

Online Reservation Link

The obligatory wearing of masks and social distancing is STILL IN FORCE – so don’t forget your masks – Thank you!

See you on Thursday!

(c) Disney

Great Tomatometer Score for JoJo

Opinions differ concerning our ELFs September film JOJO RABBIT; checking the Tomatometer as usual, the consensus of audience and critics is obvious: 80 % of all critics and 94 % of the audience say this film is definitely WORTH WATCHING.

Check the details here.

“Jojo Rabbit‘s blend of irreverent humor and serious ideas definitely won’t be to everyone’s taste — but either way, this anti-hate satire is audacious to a fault.

Writer director Taika Waititi … brings his signature style of humor and pathos to his latest film, JOJO RABBIT, a World War II satire that follows a lonely German boy (Roman Griffin Davis as Jojo) whose world view is turned upside down when he discovers his single mother (Scarlett Johansson) is hiding a young Jewish girl (Thomasin McKenzie) in their attic. Aided only by his idiotic imaginary friend, Adolf Hitler (Taika Waititi), Jojo must confront his blind nationalism.”


Don’t forget your masks and please reserve your tickets online here.