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Ruth Beckermann was born on 1952 in Vienna, Austria, is an Austrian filmmaker and writer.

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In 2011, American Passages, premiered in the competition at the Cinéma du Réel.


Beckermann is a founding member of the Austrian Documentary and Filmmakers Society. A DVD collection of her films was released in 2007.


In her 1999 film, A Fleeting Passage to The Orient, she follows the traces of Elisabeth of Bavaria. In 2001, homemad(e) depicts how the political turn in 2000 was reflected in a Viennese coffee house.


In 1996, East of War was made during the so-called Wehrmachtsausstellung. In front of the out-of-focus-photographs, former soldiers of the German Wehrmacht talk about their experiences beyond the “normal” war. A film which not only pushes forward the destruction of the “good-Wehrmacht” myth, but also takes a close look at the process of constructing history in post-World War II Austria.


In 1983, Beckermann released Return to Vienna, which documents the journeys and experiences of Franz West, a Jewish Social-Democrat living in Vienna during the First and Second World War. The film is the first of a trilogy, in which Beckermann deals with Jewish narratives of loss, memory and identity. Following this film, Paper Bridge was released in 1987 and depicts a journey leading from Vienna to Romania, where Beckermann visits the Bukovina region, the birthplace of her father during a time when this region was still under Habsburg rule. In Towards Jerusalem Beckermann travels between Tel Aviv and Jerusalem while exploring the Zionist utopia of a Jewish homeland. These films – Return to Vienna, Paper Bridge and Towards Jerusalem use different forms of travel as both content and formal organizing principle.


In 1978 and 1981, filmed shot two documentaries, Suddenly A Strike and The Steelhammer Out there on The Grass on the topics of labour and strike. She also wrote her first books during that period of time.


Beckermann studied Journalism and Art History in Vienna and Tel Aviv, and received her doctorate in 1977. In New York she studied Photography at the School of Visual Arts. During her studies she worked as an editor for the magazines Weltwoche and Trend.

Her first film was made in cooperation with Josef Aichholzer and Franz Grafl of the Videogroup Arena in 1977. Shot on video and 16mm film, Arena Besetzt (Arena Squatted) documented the occupation of the old Viennese slaughterhouse Arena. The following year, Beckermann founded the film distribution company Filmladen along with Aichholzer and Grafl, where she continued working until 1985.


Ruth Beckermann (born 1952, Vienna) is an Austrian filmmaker and writer.

Ruth Beckermann was born in Vienna, Austria in 1952. Her parents were Jewish survivors of the Holocaust.