Virgil Widrich is known for the characteristic production techniques used in his short films. His latest achievement is equally atypical, as he combines fragments from 25 feature films that were made over the course of the last few decades. Widrich manages not only to pull off this surprising feat, but he also transforms them into a 3D format and, in doing so, confirms the status conferred upon him by Peter Tscherkassky as “one of Austria’s most creative filmmakers.”
Born in 1967 in Salzburg. Screenwriter, director, and producer. His first full-length feature film was Heller als der Mond (Brighter Than the Moon). His short film Copy Shop captured 35 international awards and was nominated for an Oscar.
1981 Auch Farbe kann träumen (anim., short)
1998 tx-transform (short)
2001 Copy Shop (short)
2003 Fast Film (anim., short)
2015 Back Track (short)