Klassenkampf” was a school project where we had to produce a live show and present it on the “open house day” at the Ortweinschule in Graz.


Lara Marlies Rabitsch, born on 09.09.2001, is a director, producer and set designer.

She attended the NMS in Pöls and discovered her interest in painting, set design, film and photography. Inspired by her many activities, her general interest in art also increased and so she also managed to gain admission to the Ortweinschule in her desired branch of film and multimedia. In 2015, she moved to Graz to study film and multimedia. Her first projects were stop motion films and audio plays, with her first internationally presented project being a audio play called “SchulIch?” which played at the U19 Ars Electronica Festival in 2017.

Through working on other sets, she soon became aware of her interest in movie production and oriented herself towards production management. She then took on her first productions with the films “Ich sehe was, was ich nicht seh” and “Kruzifix”.

In 2018, she created the experimental short film Pressure, her biggest project to date, in which she took over the co-production. Pressure was the first short film for the entire film team that took place almost entirely under water. This was a new challenge that required a complete rethink of traditional filmmaking.

In 2019, Lara moved more into the departments of directing, writing and producing by writing, producing and directing her own short film Tunnelblick. A particular challenge here was the sudden appearance of the Corona virus which required a rethink in the production of the film.

She is currently working as a production designer. Her new film Drama where she took over the production design is currently in post-production.


Mentally ill and party-happy. Timo has just finished a long therapy and he and his friends want to celebrate that. But is he really healed yet?

Together with his friends Emi, Alex, Sina and Niklas, Timo celebrates his discharge from the clinic in a mountain hut. But he is visibly uncomfortable and plagued by hallucinations. Do his friends really only want to celebrate or do they want to harm him? Nevertheless, Timo and Emi get closer during the party and disappear into the bedroom. Emi takes Timo’s necklace away and puts it on. Suddenly she sees things that are not there. In panic she attacks Timo. Only when Timo is put out of the fight and she takes the chain off again does she come to rest.


Mrs. Enzenhofer wakes up in the hospital – without memory. The police confronts her with strange questions. With each question she comes one step closer to her past.

When Mrs. Enzenhofer wakes up in the hospital, she can’t remember anything. Before she even understands why she is here, she is already bombarded with questions by a policeman. The doctor tries to explain that the questioning has no meaning, but the policeman wants to know everything about the woman. Gradually the gaps in her memory are closing. Frau Enzenhofer begins to understand who she is, where she is.

On the run after a jeweler’s robbery she was involved in an accident in which her partner in crime lost his life and she lost her memory. Only through the conversation between doctor and the policeman does she come back to her senses.


  • Lara Rabitsch
  • Julian Schmiederer
  • Gregor Franz
  • Johannes Rass