13 films Found
Europe has seen a lurch to the right, with anti-establishment movements spreading throughout the continent. What attracts people to these extreme viewpoints and is the far-right here to stay?
A violent online game has added a sinister twist to the protests over the construction of minarets in Austria. As the debate rages on, is such propaganda gaining a dangerous influence?
As more of us turn away from institutional religion, what becomes of our need of spirituality and contemplation? In this report we look at the millennia-old human fascination with labyrinths.
Without its characteristic minarets, it is hard to distinguish the new mosque in the Austrian town of Voslau. Protests over its construction have forced a serious architectural and religious compromise.
Historian Anton Holzner searches the world collecting images of the atrocities committed by the Habsburg forces in WW1. They evoke the brutality and humiliation of the famous Abu Ghraib.
To prove their master race theories, Nazi anthropologists in Vienna exhumed hundreds of Jewish graves. Historian Tina Walzer is convinced Vienna's museum still holds some of these remains.
Vienna's residents are wary about getting on the wrong side of their chimney sweep. By law, sweeps must be granted access to all buildings. They also have power to veto huge property developments.
A collection of recent news presentations documenting the initial disappearance, search and rescue of Natascha Kampusch.