Michael Glawogger

was born in Graz, Austria, on December 3, 1959. He began his career as an assistant camera operator, later working as a cinematographer, and finally as screenwriter and director. Between 1981 and 2013 he made numerous internationally acclaimed shorts, documentaries, and feature films. In recent years he had also devoted himself to literary writing. Michael Glawogger died in Monrovia, Liberia, in April 2014 while shooting “Untitled”.


Megacities, 1998; Frankreich, wir Kommen, 2000; Nacktschnecken, 2004; Workingman's Death, 2005; Slumming, 2006; Das Vaterspiel, 2009; Contact High, 2009; Whores' Glory, 2011; 60 Seconds of Solitude in Year Zero, 2011; Cathedrals of Culture: National Library of Russia, 2014; Untitled, 2014.

Monika Willi

was born in Innsbruck, Austria, on May 29, 1968. She is an Austrian film editor known for her many years of collaboration with Michael Glawogger and Michael Haneke. Monika Willi has received many awards and nominations for her work (nomination for the Austrian Film Prize for “Whores’ Glory” (Michael Glawogger, 2011) and the German Film Prize for “The White Ribbon” (Michael Haneke, 2010); nomination for the César Award for her work on Michael Haneke’s film “Amour”). “Untitled” is Monika Willi’s co-directing debut.


Untitled, 2017.

Untitled (16+)

Austria, Germany, 2017, colour, 103 min.
Directors: Michael Glawogger , Monika Willi
After the sudden death of Michael Glawogger in April 2014, his longstanding collaborator and editor Monika Willi realises a film out of the footage Glawogger shot over the course of 4 months and 19 days in the Balkans, Italy, North and West Africa. This is a journey out into the world with open eyes and open mind – observing, listening, experiencing.

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