Department of Theatre, Film and Media Studies

UZA II, Rotunde Josef-Holaubek-Platz 2

1090 Vienna

Vienna University’s department of Theatre, Film and Media Studies, the only one of its kind in Austria, is the largest such university department in the German-speaking world. Keeping a productive distance to common theater and media practice, tfm is primarily a place of theoretical debate - but also acts as an interface between acdemic practice and artistic practice.

 

Filmakademie Vienna – Department of Film and Television

Anton-von-Webern-Platz 1
1030 Vienna

Nearly seventy years after its founding, the Filmakademie Vienna, as an innovative institution for the training and continuing education of film and television professionals, has become an integral component of the film sector.
The Academy succeeds in aligning proven teaching methods with the increasing need for interdisciplinarity and is thus able to meet the ever-changing challenges of the field. The focus here is on the individual, creative development of the students, which is promoted through a curriculum emphasising filmmaking as a craft.

Vienna City Hall

Friedrich-Schmidt-Platz 1
1010 Wien

Vienna City Hall (German: Wiener Rathaus) is the seat of local government of Vienna, located on Rathausplatz in the Innere Stadt district.
Constructed from 1872 to 1883 in a Neo-Gothic style according to plans designed by Friedrich von Schmidt, it houses the office of the Mayor of Vienna as well as the chambers of the city council and Vienna Landtag.
For a brief period between 1892-1894, the Vienna City Hall was the world's tallest building.

Heuriger Schübel-Auer

Kahlenberger Str. 22,
1190 Wien

The Schübel-Auer with one of the oldest guest gardens at the foot of the Nussberg is one of the most beautiful traditional taverns in Vienna. ​
The Auerhof was built in 1642 and has been in the tenth generation since 1711.
The rooms, which radiate the charm and magic of bygone times through their walls and architecture, have been tastefully restored with great attention to detail and today offer both: the beauty and magic of history combined with the needs and comfort of the present.