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IMMER WIEDER GEHT DIE SONNE AUF / Again And Again The Sun Rises

IMMER WIEDER GEHT DIE SONNE AUF / Again And Again The Sun Rises

The football club FC Blau-Weiss Linz celebrated its 20-year anniversary in 2017. But the establishment of the club was preceded by a sham merger between the precursor club SK VÖEST with the city rival LASK by their respective chairmanships. The film illustrates how the small workers’ club fought its way back into professional football. A new generation of fans developed, famous beyond country borders for their courageous actions against discrimination. Interviews and extensive archive material complete the portrait of the first traditional football club in Austrian football history that was re-established by fans.

Dominik Thaller
Lives and works in Linz. After completing an apprenticeship as a cook he became a social worker for people with disabilities and youth welfare. Since 2015 time-based and interactive media student at the University of Arts Linz. Alongside his activities for Radio FRO and the Zack Prack film collective, he is a member of the fan scene of Blau-Weiß Linz. 

Films Selection: Immer wieder geht die Sonne auf (Again and Again the Sun Rises, 2017, doc)  

Local Artists 2018

Dominik Thaller

Austria 2017
DCP / color
105 minutes
German
OmeU

Screenplay
Cinematography
Dominik Thaller, Elmar Eisenberger, Daniel Stimmeder, Roland Hofbauer
Editing
Dominik Thaller
Producers
Dominik Thaller

Production

Zack Prack Productions

Weltpremiere / World Premiere
Tabakfabrik Linz 2017