15 Cafe für Alle Ottensheim


…. Neuerdings findet dort auch das Café für Alle statt, in dem ein Team aus „neuen“ Ottensheimer*innen gemeinsam mit Angelika Pröstler, Lisa Orel vom Frei[ ]Raum und anderen Helfer*innen einen Nachmittag lang die THS in ein kleines Café verwandeln. Dort kann man bei Tee, Kaffee und internationalen Spezialitäten gemütlich Zeitung lesen, Spiele spielen oder die Gelegenheit nutzen um seine Sprachkenntnisse zu erweitern. Auch das eine oder andere Rezept wurde schon ausgetauscht…..

14 Stubnitz


Interview with Urs Blaser aka Blo by Maruska Polakova.

Baltazar Jacobs
Maruska Polakova
Julia Blawert
with footage from Stubnitz archives

Music Performances by
Rachele Garniez & Tim Luntzel

13 Cosmobile Hobos


What happen when young parents – musicians & filmmakers – take their 1 year old daughter, instruments, filming equipment, put it all in an old Volkswagen van and set for 6 months expedition around Europe?
Not to forget that they both just learnt to drive..this is a good base for an crazy adventure.
Adventure that resulted in a new CD, book for children and a film.

12 Light Ship


Lightship 95
Dreampunk TV 12 takes us to London, aboard a Lightship 95.
Her owner Ben Phillips guide us through the ship and talks about his unique idea of converting 1930’s floating lighthouse
a sound recording studio.
An idea that was called “impossible” by acousticians, architects and studio professional, yet Ben followed his vision and Lightship95 became one of the most successful recording studios in London.
“Research material was non existent, I had to adapt existing studio construction principles, combining them with mechanical isolation methods used in the manufacturing industry to achieve the sound reduction required for a professional studio.
Undeterred by the sceptics, brave or insane, Lightship95 is now one of the busiest studios in London.”

More at the Lightship 95 website: lightship95.com/

11 Nachtazyl


A reportage from legendary – not only Czech – underground pub Nacht Asyl in Vienna.
Its founder Jiri Chmel talks about art as a powerful way stand up against totality regime. He shares with us story of control, enjaillement, forced exile and stubborn underground “punks” who just would not give up.
Interview about little bridges amongst people that anyone can build.
An important message in today world.