ELFs November film

Why is our November film special? It is an Aussie film; not easy to get licences for films from Down Under here in Austria.

But this time we made it: THE MERGER is a comedy about football and integration; and a comedy quite suits the grim month of November, doesn’t it?

*** THE MERGER *** Thursday, November 21st *** 8 pm *** Alte Gerberei ***

Details will be published soon!


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Sound & Vision 2019 – what a success!

Sound & Vision 2019 – what a success!

The first Sound & Vision Festival in St. Johann is already over. Nine great films were on the big screen during the last four days, there was live music and great food; and many visitors enjoyed all that together with us.

We thank
– all visitors
– all volunteers who helped behind the bar, at the cash desk, and behind the scenes
– all our sponsors
– Marktgemeinde St. Johann
– Land Tirol
– Musik Kultur St. Johann for their great support and Know-How!
– Platform 2 for playing a FREE live concert
– KIWI Küche for great cooking

We can already announce that this event will be continued – look forward to Sound & Vision 2020!

We will keep you posted …

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Tonight’s Tomatometer score: This is Spinal Tap

Tonight’s Tomatometer score: This is Spinal Tap

Let’s make it short – not many people here in Austria do know Spinal Tap; when you mention it to your British or American friends though, there is a grin on their face instantly …

The Tomatometer shows a critics score of 95 %; and an audience score of 92 %. Doesn’t that make you curious?

On cinema crazed, Felix Vaasquez says in his review: “Reiner’s rock mockumentary is the gold standard for musical satire, and one that hasn’t shown a single wrinkle. Director Rob Reiner’s “This is Spinal Tap” has set the template for any and all future mock documentaries, and as a parade of raw comedic talent paired with classic comic tragedy, it offers up a ton of laughs, and a story of great substance.”

What more do we need to know? Let’s check it out!

Get some dinner from Kiwi Küche first, then watch the movie at 8.30 pm. See you later!


Why the Band’s ‘The Last Waltz’ Is the Greatest Concert Movie of All Time

Why the Band’s ‘The Last Waltz’ Is the Greatest Concert Movie of All Time, explained by David Fear in rollingstone.com – read more here.

The Band’s final concert was given on Thanksgiving 1975, with turkey dinners served to the crowd in a big ballroom in San Francisco. For many fans it has become a Thanksgiving tradition: An annual viewing of The Band’s The Last Waltz.

Although it’s not Thanksgiving yet, we are looking forward to seeing you tonight when Bob Dylan, Eric Clapton, Van Morrison, Neil Young, Ringo Starr, Ron Wood and many others play their fairwell concert again on the big screen.

Kiwi Küche will provide for your dinner – they will open their kitchen at 4.30 pm, the film starts at 5.30 pm.

See you later!


Great Festival opening last night

What a great festival opening last night!

BOHEMIAN RHAPSODY rocked the hall, the Alte Gerberei was packed full with film and music lovers and of course Queen fans.

Thank you all for coming!

Hope you have got the next highlights of the festival on your schedule:

Tonight we will show
4.30 – 8.30 pm Catering by KIWI Küche
5.30 pm      The Band – The Last Waltz
8.30 pm      This is Spinal Tap

Films on Saturday
4 – 10 pm    Catering by KIWI Küche
5.30 pm      Beware of Mr. Baker
8.00 pm      Chilly Gonzales – Shut Up and Play the Piano
10 pm         The Rocky Horror Picture Show

Films on Sunday
12 – 5 pm   Catering by KIWI Küche
12 am         Live music with Platform 2 – free concert
2.00 pm     Nick Cave – 20,000 Days on Earth
5.00 pm     Elton John – Rocketman
8.00 pm     Sigur Rós – Heima

Have a look at the details on www. soundandvision.rocks.

See you there!