Coop99 - Filmproduktion

Regie, Kamera, Produktion Kinofilme
January 17, 2024


A liberation story based on true events, inspired by a real heroine: Nicola Werdenigg.
After the unexpected death of her husband, a long-forgotten trauma revives in ski racer Andrea (Gerti Drassl). Her neighbor takes advantage of Andrea's vulnerability and abuses her. When she reports the crime to the police, she is told that the prospects of being charged are not good. Memories of her time as a teenager in a ski club come back to life. Andrea was also raped at the time, but it was clear to her that the ÖSV would protect the perpetrator at all costs. But now she no longer wants to remain silent. Andrea makes her story public and sparks a storm of resistance.

In Austrian cinemas from January 26th.
April 12, 2023


in Competition at Cannes Film Festival
We are very excited that CLUB ZERO by Jessica Hausner will celebrate its world premiere in the Competition of the Cannes Film Festival 2023. The English language film is a co-production between Austria, the United Kingdom, Germany, France, and Denmark. Furthermore, we are delighted that the film has already received confirmation for release in numerous territories. As a result, the outstanding work of the entire cast and crew will be presented nationally and to a broad international audience.

Our gratitude goes to everyone involved and all the supporters who made this possible.

Your coop99
December 15, 2021


European Film Award 2021
The European Film Awards 2021 went to Quo Vadis, Aida? Best European Film 2021, Best European Director 2021 (Jasmila Žbanić), Best European Actress 2021 (Jasna Đuričić). The film was also nominated for the Lux Audience Award 2022.
November 11, 2021


Positive Funding Commitments
We are delighted about the positive funding commitments for our feature film by Anja Salomonowitz about the great artist Maria Lassnig.
November 9, 2021


Nominated for European Film Award
"Quo Vadis, Aida?" was nominated 4 times for the European Film Award: for 'Best European Film', Jasna Đuričić for 'Best European Actress', and Jasmila Žbanić for 'Best European Director' and 'Best Screenwriter'
July 20, 2021


Release of Me, We on July 23, 2021
Me, We tells the story of four Europeans, whose attitudes towards migration and asylum is shattered forever. For the release of Me, We director David Clay Diaz and some of the actors, including Lukas Miko, Verena Altenberger, Barbara Romaner, Alexander Srtschin, Mehdi Meskar, will go on a premiere tour through Austria. On selected evenings they will be available for a Q&A to talk about their filming experiences (including on the island of Lesbos). Zum Kinostart von Me, We gehen Regisseur David Clay Diaz und einige Darsteller:innen, darunter Lukas Miko, Verena Altenberger, Barbara Romaner, Alexander Srtschin und Mehdi Meskar auf Premierentour durch Österreich. An ausgewählten Abenden stehen sie für ein Q&A zur Verfügung, um von ihren Dreherlebnissen (u.a. auf der Insel Lesbos) zu berichten.
April 12, 2021


Oscar Nomination
Quo Vadis, Aida? by Jasmila Žbanić was nominated for the Oscar "Best International Feature". The film also received two BAFTA nominations ("Best Film not in the English Language" and "Best Director") and most recently won the "Knight MARIMBAS Award" in Miami.
March 2, 2021


Oscar-Shortlist International Feature
In addition to numerous awards, Quo Vadis, Aida? by Jasmila Žbanić has been selected for the Oscar-Shortlist/International Feature. We can't wait for 15 March.
February 28, 2021


World Premiere at the Venice International Filmfestival
Jasmila Žbanić's new feature film about the Srebrenica massacre has been selected for the competition of the Venice Int. Film Festival (this year chaired by Cate Blanchett).
May 27, 2019


In Competition at Cannes Film Festival
We are very happy and proud to announce that LITTLE JOE by Jessica Hausner will have its world premiere in competition at Cannes Film Festival 2019. Little Joe is her first English language film and is a coproduction between Austria, UK and Germany.
April 18, 2019


Austrian premiere at this year's VIENNALE
LITTLE JOE by Jessica Hausner - Emily Beecham won the "Best performance by an actress" at the Cannes Film Festival, will have its Austrian premiere at this year's VIENNALE 2019 and will be in Austrian cinemas from November 1st.
July 28, 2018


In Preproduction
We are happy to announce the kick off of the debut feature "World's Shortest Poem" by the young director David Clay Diaz. The shooting will take place in summer 2019 in Austria and Greece, supported by a wonderful team.
June 12, 2018


Starting in Austrian cinemas on June 22nd
Who suffers more, the son of the victim or the son of the murderer? Presented at the Berlinale, Martin Šulík’s tragicomic road trip follows a journey taken by two dissimilar men who are bound together by the tragedy of the Holocaust. Starring European Film Award Winner Peter Simonischek and Academy Award Winner Jiří Menzel.