• ...to all, who supported the 1. SUBURBINALE Filmfestival!


September 13-16, 2018, 2301 Groß-Enzersdorf (Austria)

The „Suburbinale“ Filmfestival invites international film-makers to submit productions

reflecting the challenges and chances of suburban areas.

We are located in the eastern suburbs of Vienna/Austria, where the nationalpark „Donauauen“ emerges from the city´s borders. This is also the gateway to Austria´s biggest vegetable garden – the Marchfeld.

Even though the area offers culture, wide open spaces and a vast variety of freshly grown fruits and vegetables – literally in the backyard – people tend to head towards the city. This situation is no particular case, it occurs in nearly every periphery around the world. People drive downtown for working and return in the evening for sleeping.

We want to foster a culture of co-thinking new ways of creating visions in fast changing environments!


September 14th to 17th 2017

here you can find the detailed program


Location-Adress: Marchfelder Straße 2, 2301 Groß-Enzersdorf

We are located in the eastern suburbs of Vienna/Austria, only 17km from the historical city center.

Easily accessible with public transport from Vienna International Airport or Central Train Station.

Nearest underground station U2 „Aspernstrasse„, connecting bus 26A to Gross-Enzersdorf.


Join the festival and book your accommodation here

Landhaus Müller Gartner (1km to the festival-area, special arrangement code „Suburbinale“)

Private Appartments in the area


Marchfelder Straße 2, 2301 Groß-Enzersdorf

The former cinema was closed more than 30 years ago and is now a supermarket. Austria´s only (!) drive-in-cinema closed in 2015. Times are changing and so does our environment. BUT instead of complaining, we want to create and inspire! This is why we decided to organize the SUBURBINALE.

The 1st international filmfestival focusing on challenges and chances in suburbs will be accommodated in the former canteen of a plant which gave for many years jobs and identity to this region.



The festival is funded by the province of Lower Austria

and kindly supported by the community of Gross-Enzersdorf!




Do you want to support the festival? Become a Partner!

Programm 2017

Submissions for 2018


Ticket sale starts summer 2018


Georg Vogt & Moritz Jahoda