The feature-length documentary AUSTROSCHWARZ revolves around Black artist and cultural creator Mwita Mataro and his exploration of Black identity in Austria.

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This is what it's all about.

For three years, our team, led by Mwita and Helmut, has been working on the documentary AUSTROSCHWARZ. As part of this project, Black Austrians from various fields have been interviewed about their experiences and life realities in Austria.

The film is currently in the post-production phase. To complete the project with the appropriate quality, we need your support!

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AUSTROSCHWARZ is a feature-length documentary that explores Black identity in Austria. The film combines elements of documentary, autobiography, and animation to provide a multifaceted perspective on the subject.

Featuring: Mireille Ngosso, Fred Ohenhen, Claudia Unterweger, Marie-Edwige Hartig, Persy-Lowis Bulayumi, and many more!

This is what we need backing for.

The film AUSTROSCHWARZ has already been partially funded*, but now we need you!

We are in the crucial post-production phase. Your support will help us cross the finish line and complete the film. The funding covers essential areas such as the soundtrack, editing, and color correction. Every contribution brings us one step closer to bringing our vision to the screen.

Thank you for your support!

*AUSTROSCHWARZ is supported by Land Steiermark, Stadt Wien Kultur, Kultur Niederösterreich, Film Commission Graz, Zukunftsfonds der Republik Österreich, and the Otto Mauer Fonds.

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