NEWS

TOP SEKRET

TOP SEKRET: It's a wrap!

Our current project, the documentary TOP SEKRET by Karin Berghammer in co-production with ORF Kultur and Bayerischer Rundfunk is in the final stages of post-production.

Read More »
glory to the queen

GLORY TO THE QUEEN | FC Gloria Salon & VOD Release

GLORY TO THE QUEEN by Tatia Skhirtladze will be screened on 05 October 2021 as part of the FC Gloria Salon at the Admiralkino.
For all of you, who don't have time to come to the cinema, we have more good news: the film is now available on Vimeo on Demand!

Read More »
Top Sekret

TOP SEKRET | Sperm in Bavaria

In the first shooting phase of our new TV documentary TOP SEKRET (directed by Karin Berghammer) we got up close to the bodily fluids breast milk, blood and semen using an electron microscope (among other things). After this first immersion in the fluids we now follow the sperm to Bavaria!

Read More »
Glory to the Queen

GLORY TO THE QUEEN | @ Diagonale

We are happy to announce that GLORY TO THE QUEEN by Tatia Skhirtladze will be screened in competition at the Diagonale.
The original version with English subtitles will be shown on Thu 10/06 at 13:00 and on Sun 13/06 at 16:30.

Read More »
Top Sekret Körperflüssigkeiten

TOP SEKRET | Start of filming

While our chess queens from GLORY TO THE QUEEN are finally on screen, we start filming TOP SEKRET, our new TV documentary in co-production with ORF Kultur and Bayrischer Rundfunk about the bodily fluids breast milk, blood and semen.

Read More »
Glory to the Queen

GLORY TO THE QUEEN | ROMY-Nomination

GLORY TO THE QUEEN, Tatia Skhirtladze's film about the Georgian chess queens Nona Gaprindashvili, Nana Alexandria, Maia Chiburdanidze and Nana Ioseliani, is nominated for the ROMY industry awards in the category "Best Documentary Cinema"!

Read More »
Glory to the Queen

GLORY TO THE QUEEN | Cinema Release Austria

Please start the clocks for GLORY TO THE QUEEN. Our chess masters Nona Gaprindashvili, Nana Alexandria, Maia Chiburdanidze & Nana Ioseliani open the next batch on Friday: The cinema release in Austria is on Friday, 23.04.2021.

Read More »

LET IT COME SLOWLY | Premiere

LET IT COME SLOWLY accompanies four young women training to be midwives through different phases of their studies.
On 20th December 2021, the documentary will see the light of day on ORF2 and will then be available for 7 days online in the ORF TVthek .

Read More »

GLORY TO THE QUEEN | Premiere in Austria

Tatia Skhirtladze's documentary on the topic of women's chess will be shown in Austria for the first time on 12 December 2020. After successful festival screenings at CinéDoc Tbilisi, an audience award at Slobodna Zona / Free Zone Festival in Serbia and an honourable mention at Doqumenta 2020 in Mexico, we are curious to see how the film will be perceived here in Austria.

Read More »
Glory to the Queen

GLORY TO THE QUEEN | Interview

Sarah Hurtes interviewed our co-directors Tatia Skhirtladze & Anna Khazaradze about GLORY TO THE QUEEN in March 2019. We learn about their motives and motivation for making the documentary.

Read More »
Leben für den Tod

A LIFE FOR THE DEAD | Franz-Grabner-Preis

The Franz Grabner Prize, endowed with € 5,000 €, was awarded at the Diagonale'19 in Graz. Among this year's winners are Karin Berghammer and Krisztina Kerekes with A LIFE FOR THE DEAD in the category of television documentary.

Read More »
Irgendwas mit Film

IRGENDWAS MIT FILM | EXHIBITION

The touring exhibition "See it, be it! Irgendwas mit Film!" will be opening on Wednesday, 6 March at 12:00 in the auditorium of St. Pölten University of Applied Sciences.
As part of the opening event there will be a panel discussion with Karin Berghammer (producer, director, board member of FC Gloria - Frauen Vernetzung Film).

Read More »
glory to the queen

GLORY TO THE QUEEN | Eurimages confirmation of funding

We are delighted to have received confirmation of funding from EURIMAGES for our documentary GLORY TO THE QUEEN (formerly: The Encounter). In its December meeting, the European funding fund made commitments to 11 feature films and one documentary film amounting to almost 3.2 million euros. Three Austrian (co-)productions received confirmations.

Read More »