03 Ι 04 Ι 05 May 2024

A weekend with a view

Look closely at what is happening.
Ilse Aichinger

Participants

At the Internationale Tage der Information in Innsbruck, journalists from different regions of the world can speak with their specific expertise, comment on pressing issues, debate with one another and talk to scientists, NGO representatives and the Audience.

Renata Schmidtkunz

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Renata Schmidtkunz, born in 1964 in Hattingen/Ruhr, has been working as a moderator, editor, and filmmaker in Vienna since 1990. Schmidtkunz is known, among other things, as the leader and later program manager of the ORF radio series “Im Gespräch” on Ö1. Schmidtkunz was raised in an evangelical parsonage in Lower Austria, Upper Austria, and Carinthia and studied Evangelical Theology in Vienna and Montpellier, France. At ORF, Schmidtkunz initially worked in the Department of Religion in Television, where she developed and moderated numerous existing programs such as “kreuz und quer” or “Religions of the World”. From 1990 to 2012, Schmidtkunz worked as a moderator and filmmaker in the 3sat editorial department of ORF. And from 1995 onwards, she also worked at her favorite radio station Ö1: as a moderator of “Radiokolleg”, designer of contributions for “Journal-Panorama”, and then as a conversation leader at “Im Gespräch”. Since December 2013, she has been responsible for this program. For five years, from 2008 to 2012, she hosted the “Mother of All Talk Shows” in German-speaking television, the “Club 2”. Her long-term documentary film “The Further Life of Ruth Klüger” premiered at the Viennale in 2011. Renata Schmidtkunz received the Special Award of the Romy Jury in 1999, together with Paul Gulda the “Women’s Ring” of the Austrian Women’s Ring in 2011, the “Prize of the City of Vienna for Journalism” in 2012, and the “Axel Corti Prize” in 2014.

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The program

A weekend with a view: Debates, talks, readings, films, exhibitions and audio features

The locations

The festival venues are in the center of Innsbruck. They can be easily reached on foot.

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