Films from Oliver Ressler’s ongoing project -
Everything’s Comimg Together While Everything is Falling Apart

Everything's coming together while everything's falling apart: Code Rood
14 min., 4K, 2018

The film highlights the civil disobedience action “Code Rood” in the port of Amsterdam in June 2017. The blockade of Europe’s second-largest coal port draws a red line against this important infrastructure facility for fossil capitalism. The largest single source of the coal shipments is Colombia, where coal is extracted under ecologically and socially devastating conditions.

Evereything’s Coming Together While Everything’s Falling Apart : The ZAD
36 min., 4K, 2017

Everything's coming together while everything's falling apart: Ende Gelände
12 min., 4K, 2016

Everything's coming together while everything's falling apart: COP21
17 min., 4K, 2016

“Anubumin” {with Zanny Begg}
18 min., HD, AT 2017

Oliver Ressler is a filmmaker and artist based in Vienna and works on issues such as economics, democracy, global warming, forms of resistance and social alternatives. Ressler has had solo exhibitions at Berkeley Art Museum, USA; Museum of Contemporary Art, Belgrade; Alexandria Contemporary Arts Forum, Egypt; and survey solo exhibitions in Wyspa Institute of Art, Gdansk; Lentos Kunstmuseum, Linz; Centro Andaluz de Arte Contemporaneo – CAAC, Seville; SALT Galata, Istanbul; and MNAC – National Museum of Contemporary Art, Bucharest. Since 2000, Ressler has completed thirty films that have been screened in thousands of events of social movements, art institutions and film festivals. A retrospective of his films took place at Centre d’Art Contemporain Genève in 2013. He is the first prize winner of the newly established Prix Thun for Art and Ethics Award in 2016.