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One Ticket Please

Latvia/USA 2016, 65 min, Matiss Kaža

Nicki Cochrane is an urban legend in the New York theatre scene. The 78-year-old Indian lady has been seeing a play every day for more than a quarter-century. Always taking along her large bags, Nicki is ready to fight for a free seat at any show that’s worth her time. She has developed an array of ingenious means by which she acquires free tickets to most New York theaters. When small talk with the box office managers doesn’t doesn’t get her a free ticket, Nicki stands outside the theater entrance, holding a sign which says “One Ticket Please” and hoping that a stranger will have an extra ticket to spare. Despised by certain theater staff for her behavior, Nicki prides herself with a staunch dedication to the art. But at what point does dedication turn into addiction? As Nicki rushes around Manhattan from one theatre to the next, we find out more about her life and the sacrifices she has had to make in order to make a life at the theatre possible.

festivals

Goteborg Int. FF 2017 SE | Tempo Documentary FF Stockholm 2017 SE | Krakow Film Festival 2017, PL | Int. Doc. & Short FF Kerala 2017, IN | Winter Film Awards 2018, US | Millenium Int. Documentary FF 2018, BE | Beldocs FF 2018, RS | Flahertiana Int. Documentary FF 2018, RU

awards

NEW DOC AWARD (Tempo Documentary FF Stockholm 2017) | NY PERSPECTIVES AWARD (Winter Film Awards 2018)

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Presskit

NEWS

Screenings im Februar

L'AMOUR DU MONDE
Cinéfête 2024 – Institut français d'Autriche-Vienne

Leokino Innsbruck
KIZ Royal Graz
Moviemento Linz
Programmkino Wels
Votivkino Wien
Das Kino Salzburg

Fanni Amann Tage – Laurentiussaal Schnifis
24. Februar, 10 Uhr
Film | Gespräch Agnes Karrasch | Kulinarik

WOOD – DER GERAUBTE WALD
Grätzelmix – Grätzel:Kino
29. Februar, 19:00 Uhr
Filmvorführung & Diskussion mit Ebba Sinzinger (Regie) Ursula Bittner (Greenpeace)

HOLY SHIT

Premieren-Tour mit Regisseur Rubén Abruña

22. Februar
Leokino Innsbruck

20 Uhr – TICKETS

23. Februar
Topkino

10:10 Uhr Schulkino Premiere 
20:15 Uhr Wien-Premiere – TICKETS

25. Februar
Apollo - Das Kino

13 Uhr Matinee mit Podiumsdiskussion – TICKETS

26. Februar
Schulkino im BORG Deutsch Wagram

27. Februar
Kino Freistadt

Schulvorstellungen
20 Uhr OÖ Premiere – TICKETS

28. Februar
City Kino Steyr
Schulvorstellungen
20 Uhr Screening mit Rubén Abruña – TICKETS

29. Februar
Climate Lab Vienna (powered by Deep Purple)

17 Uhr Screening und Podiumsdiskussion – TICKETS

9. März
11 Uhr (Brunch), 13 Uhr Screening
Vorarlberg-Premiere beim Human Vision Filmfestival – TICKETS

ab 23. Februar folgenden Kinos
top Kino Wien
Apollo - Das Kino, Wien
Admiral Kino, Wien
Leokino Innsbruck
Metropol Kino, Innsbruck
KIZ Royal Graz
Moviemento Linz
Volkskino Klagenfurt (Previews ab jetzt)
City Kino Steyr
Kino im Kesselhaus Krems
Spielboden Dornbirn (Human Vision)

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Wir starten 2024 mit dem ökologischen Film HOLY SHIT 

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FESTIVALS

WHO IF NOT US

will be screened at

FIFDH, CH 2024
6:30 pm, 14th March - followed by a discussion
9:30 pm, 16th March

IGOR LEVIT

will be screened at 

The Gilmore International Piano Festival, USA 2024
12 pm, 30th April 

FRAGILE MEMORY

will be screened at

IDFA Vondelpark, NL 2024
7.30 pm, 21st February

WHERE YOU MEET US IN PERSON

BERLINALE / EFM (15 - 20 February)
Christa Auderlitzky 
 

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