by Kristina Schranz
2017 | HD | 27 min.
Date sunday 9 july
In the Winter of 2015 more than a hundred thousand refugees crossed the Austrian border village of Spielfeld without being checked. Then the government presented its "modern border management system" in a media-friendly manner. But for several months now, not a single refugee has come across the Balkan route into Spielfeld. What is left are deserted refugee tents, an uncompleted fence in the forest and the residents of Spielfeld. How do the residents cope with the fact that their village of 1000 souls became the “playing field” of a hopeless refugee policy?
2009 High school graduation, secondary school Güssing, Austria 2009 - 2010 Internship & volunteering job ORF, Vienna 2009 - 2013 Bachelor of Arts in Journalism & Communication Studies, University of Vienna 2011-2012 Diploma, Voice and speech training, Schule des Sprechens, Vienna 2012 - 2014 Editor and moderator, Radio Campus, Vienna 2013 - 2014 Editor and reporter, ServusTV, Salzburg since 2014 Film and Television Documentary, University of Television and Film Munich