His film Dog Days was shot over three years during the hottest days of summer. Among other awards, it won the Grand Jury Prize at Venice in 2001.
His 2012 film Paradise: Love competed for the Palme d\'Or at the 2012
Cannes Film Festival . The sequel Paradise: Faith won the Special
Jury Prize at the
69th Venice International Film Festival . The final
part of the trilogy, Paradise: Hope , premiered in competition at the
63rd Berlin International Film Festival
Seidl was scheduled to attend the 2014 Jerusalem Film Festival , but cancelled his visit due to the political tension in the region.
* 1 Biography * 2 Style * 3 Filmography * 4 Awards * 5 References * 6 External links
Seidl grew up in a
Ulrich does not consider himself a documentary filmmaker, but several of his films often blend fiction and nonfiction. Several of his films are set in his home country, Austria.
* 1980 One Forty (Einsvierzig) (short) * 1982 The Prom (Der Ball) (short) * 1990 Good News * 1992 Losses to Be Expected (Mit Verlust ist zu rechnen) * 1994 The Last Men (Die letzten Männer) (TV) * 1995 Animal Love (Tierische Liebe) * 1996 Pictures at an Exhibition (Bilder einer Ausstellung) (TV) * 1997 The Bosom Friend (Der Busenfreund) (TV) * 1998 Fun without Limits (Spass ohne Grenzen) (TV) * 1999 Models * 2001 Dog Days (Hundstage) * 2002 State of the Nation (Zur Lage) * 2003 Jesus, You Know (Jesus, Du weisst) * 2004 Our Father (Vater unser) (filmed stage play) * 2006 Brothers, Let Us Be Merry (Brüder, laßt uns lustig sein) (short) * 2007 Import/Export
* Paradise: Love (Paradies: Liebe) * Paradise: Faith (Paradies: Glaube) * Paradise: Hope (Paradies: Hoffnung)
* 2014 In the Basement (Im Keller) * 2016 Safari
* IDF Amsterdam
* ^ A B C Hans-Michael Bock and Tim Bergfelder. The Concise Cinegraph: An Encyclopedia of German Cinema. Berghahn Books. p. 440. ISBN 978-0-85745-565-9 . * ^ " 27th Moscow International Film Festival (2005)". MIFF. Retrieved 2013-04-09. * ^ Roger Ebert (1 November 2005). Roger Ebert\'s Movie Yearbook 2006. Andrews McMeel Publishing. p. 173. ISBN 978-0-7407-5538-5 . * ^ "2012 Official Selection". Cannes. Retrieved 2012-04-19. * ^ "Cannes Film Festival 2012 line-up announced". timeout. Retrieved 2012-04-19. * ^ "Official Awards of the 69th Venice Film Festival". labiennale. Retrieved 2012-09-09. * ^ "First Films for the Competition and Berlinale Special". berlinale. Retrieved 2013-01-02. * ^ Simon Mraz (Austrian Cultural Forum Moscow). Program Austrian Cultural Season in Russia 2013/14. AustrianCulturalForum Moscow. p. 310. GGKEY:XE8SU7JWWQU. * ^ Mitchell, Wendy. "Seidl and other filmmakers cancel Jerusalem trips". Screen Daily. Retrieved 29 July 2014. * ^ Robert von Dassanowsky; Oliver C. Speck (15 April 2011). New Austrian Film. Berghahn Books. p. 189. ISBN 978-0-85745-232-0 .