Magical analogue reawakening of the Suedbahnhotel Semmering in Austria

In Jens Meurer’s 35mm cinema documentary “An Impossible Project” Suedbahnhotel Semmering is the magical analog filmic backdrop and stage for a truly magical night, the “Analog Superhero Dinner.”

But was it a wake-up kiss really for just one night?

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An Impossible Project

Dr. Florian Kaps aka “Doc” also known by SUPERSENSE in Vienna saved Polaroid in 2008 and thus saved analog instant photography from the demise, just at the time of the worldwide enthusiasm for the first model of the iPhone. For many observers, the known successful rescue of Polaroid was an impossible undertaking, and for Doc the project title “An Impossible Project ” was an obvious one.

As soon as Polaroid was saved, Doc discovers the next impossible project of his heart. This time it’s about helping to fill the maybe most underestimated grand hotel of the world with life again. No one less than FACEBOOK has been selected as a partner for the “Analog Superhero Dinner” and suddenly the audience was taken to a brilliant finale of the film “An Impossible Project” at Semmering.

After more than 6 years of production time and numerous screenings at international film festivals, “An Impossible Project”, which has already received numerous hymns of praise from the analogue fan community and renowned media, will be released internationally in the coming months.

The entire film music of “An Impossible Project” was recorded live at the Suedbahnhotel Semmering on Vinyl, arranged and conducted by the Austrian composer and pianist Sascha Peres. A wonderfully put together 45-member orchestra and the enchanting voice and personality of the American singer and songwriter Haley Reinhart complete the film to an analogue total artwork.

Here you can see the official US-trailer.

For information about the film “An Impossible Project”, screenings and the international cinema release please see the following LINK.

We are happy and honestly proud that the original ambience, the analogue magic and the fascination of the magic Suedbahnhotel Semmering contribute a few mosaic pieces to the overall experience of “An Impossible Project. ” The Austrian actor Karl Farkas would say, “Look at this!”