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The Austrian Cultural Forum hosts exhibitions, film screenings, concerts, lectures and much more. Our events are free.
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ACF London Dec 15
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ACF London Dec 15
'You must enjoy life and must work hard at enjoying it'. Yesterday we celebrated & honoured a very special 99-year old: Eric Sanders. For his tireless and inspiring work he received the Austrian Cross of Honour for Science and Art. Congratulations!
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Tessa Szyszkowitz Dec 14
We will tell jokes to cheer you up, promised! Book talk about - & Brexit in with on January 15 at
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ACF London Dec 14
Our December is aimed at our younger friends and readers! ASAGAN – New HiStories from Vienna is one of the most beautiful children's books in recent years! Go on an adventure with the Hippizaner, the hamster on the ferris wheel and Sisi with her red umbrella!
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TündeHuber Dec 13
NOW!!! (and the next 6 days) on radio Ö1 and TOMORROW LIVE at 18:30 ⁦⁩! Eric Sanders - Im Gespräch, 13.12. | Radio Ö1 via
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ACF London Dec 13
Sneak peek of our January 2019 ! Featuring Maxi Blaha on the cover as Emilie Flöge in her one-woman show 'Beloved Muse' which will be performed at the ACF, and the next month! Check respective websites for details!
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ACF London Dec 6
Austrian films Murer - Anatomy of a Trial & Angelo are leading the nominations for the Austrian Film Prize!
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ACF London Dec 5
Exciting first staged reading of Teresa Dopler‘s What We Want (Was Wir Wollen) translated&directed by Alice Malin in full swing !
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ACF London Dec 5
A great review of our current exhibition Newstalgia from . Exhibition ends this Friday 7.12.18 (5pm).
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ACF London Dec 5
A few spaces are left for 49th Parallel screening tomorrow! The British war drama starring Anton Walbrook was the 3rd film by Powell & Pressburger.
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ACF London Dec 5
Happy Krampus!! For anyone still not sure what this Austrian tradition involves... check out this explanation courtesy of Christoph Waltz
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ACF London Dec 5
Our autumn exhibition Newstalgia closes Friday! Don't miss your last chance to see works responding to remembered and forgotten history.
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TündeHuber Dec 2
Beautiful and touching ceremony to commemorate the first train arriving 80 years ago at in London. Honoured to join the Kinder and the Jewish Community on this first night of . Thank you
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ACF London Nov 30
Today we say goodbye & good luck to our brilliant intern susanne_garber who's been with us through a very busy autumn! We will miss you! @ austrian cultural forum london
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ACF London Nov 30
Staged reading of What We Want - a poetic and bittersweet exploration of loss and the meaning of life! Exciting new play by one of Austria’s most distinctive new voices. Wed 5.12, 7pm Limited places / book online
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ACF London Nov 29
See The 49th Paralell - our final film next Thurs 6 December! This British war drama was the third film made by the writer-director team of Powell & Pressburger! Book tix online!
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ACF London Nov 29
Join our team! We've updated our current job listing for a full time Receptionist/Superintendent. Application deadline 14 Dec. Find out more -
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ACF London Nov 29
Don't miss Ruth Beckermann’s Waldheim Waltz, Austria’s 2019 entry for Best Foreign Language at the Oscars. We're hosting a free screening in 2 weeks on 13.12, 7pm. Tickets & info -
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ACF London Nov 28
winner Sebastian Smallshaw reading from his translation of ‘Der nackte Soldat’. Written by mysterious ‘unknown’ Austrian author Belem O! Congratulations!
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ACF London Nov 28
‘We want to stand up and say, we are the children, is that too much to ask, at the very least we want our mother back, we want her dead or alive’ One week to go until our staged reading of 'What we want' at the on 5 Dec! Get your ticket here:
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