Film reporters made stops at Göstling an der Ybbs and Gaming.
GAMES/GOESTLING. The Eisenstraße Niederösterreich team of film reporters was once again on tour in the region. The mobile studio team of Ernst Kieninger and Josef Reisinger stopped by Gaming and Göstling an der Ybbs to collect interesting stories, ideas, and photographic and historical film material for short documentaries.
Great ideas for short films
“The rush of visitors was extremely gratifying. There were many visitors interested in the mobile film studio on site. Great ideas for the short films came up,” said the two mayors, Renate Rakwetz (Gaming) and Fritz Fahrnberger (Göstling).
Large amount of historical material collected.
Numerous old photo albums, previously unknown short films, and personal notes were delivered to the mobile studio. Numerous contacts were also made. The Eisenstraße project team will also use the existing film material from the topoteca at Gaming and can also use Georg Perschl’s private film and photo archive from Göstling an der Ybbs.
“In Göstling an der Ybbs we were already on site with some historic people and buildings,” explains project manager Ernst Kieninger.
Filming will begin in the spring.
Filming will begin in the spring of 2023, the films will be screened in their own cinema presentations and on a permanent basis filmchronisten.at made accessible.
The group of ideas at Gaming ranged from the old cinema to hammer mills and mansions to the village of Nestelberg or the “Egger Buam”.
In the municipality of Göstling, topics such as the life of woodcutters, skier dynasties, the Göstlinger Almen and old farms, as well as golden bells were mentioned.
The LEADER project “Film Writers” is carried out together with the neighboring region Mostviertel-Mitte and is funded by the European Union and the state of Lower Austria.
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