Wastecooking is a crossmedia project. It includes performances and happenings, a web series, 2 seasons of a TV series and a cinema documentary. Wastecooking is a movement that protests against food waste! Without a moral point finger and with a certain ease. Initiator of wastecooking is the trained cook, filmmaker and activist David Gross. He travels through ten European countries to recycle what is otherwise wasted.
refugee.tv is an act of empowerment. The vision is to create a TV station, which is designed by refugees in cooperation with a German/Austrian film team.
The reporters of refugee.tv came to Europe as refugees. Amongst the refugees coming to Europe are many skilled workers, some filmmakers, journalists and camera men. Many refugees had to flee their home country because they were putting the spotlight on problems and injustices in their home countries. refugee.tv provides them a platform to continue their passionate work.
IDEA/CONCEPT: David Gross
PRESENTERS: Olivia Christopher, Roula Mahmoud
REPORTERS: Said Mohamed, Ayad Salim, Arman Niamat Ullah
GUEST-REPORTERS: Sobhi Aksh, Tanya Kayhan, Nori Dher
CAMERA: Fathi Ganim, Newton Idemudia
TRANSLATIONS: Hayat Moosa
PRODUCTION: David Groß, Martin Hasenöhrl, Daniel Samer
DIRECTOR OF PHOTOGRAPHY: Daniel Samer
CO-DIRECTOR, SOUND, EDITING: Martin Hasenöhrl
LOGO-DESIGN: Robert Funke
ANIMATION: Wolfgang Schwarzenbrunner
WEBSITE: Stefan Niessner
MUSIC: Sigrid Likar
LINE PRODUCER: Johannes Raher
Digital Spring – Media-art-festival 2016
Interlab Festival 2016
The folk-culture magazine at Servus TV. Every Saturday at 19.40. 25 min.
Director (among others): Martin Hasenöhrl
More informations: Servus TV
First part of a visual field research in the Austrian Alps. Hunters who imitate the rutting of the deer in Salzburg and participate in Hirschruf European Championships.
Director: David Gross
Camera (among others): Bernhard Braunstein and Martin Hasenöhrl
AUT 2102, 45 min, Servus TV
Second part of visual field research in the Austrian Alps. Sherpas, which are trained in mountain huts in Tyrol.
Director: David Gross
Editing: Martin Hasenöhrl
In 2005, David Gross directed the first of 260 episodes of Gross am Land (David Gross on the countryside). The series soon gained cult status on the TV station Salzburg TV and will be repeated on the successor channel Servus TV, also in 2017. It is an early form of the Slow TV: decelerated random journalism instead of breathless sensation reporting.