short film starring Austrian comedy star Christoph Grissemann, produced for the Eurovision Song Contest 2015 in Vienna, presented in the ESC's official framework programme in Austria and all over the world 



Jonas's father expresses his enthusiasm about drag queen Conchita Wurst's victory at the Eurovision Song Contest 2014. Hence, his 18-year-old son works up the courage to come out as a homosexual and to introduce his boyfriend to his parents ... but unexpectedly, his father's euphoria about the tolerance and open-mindedness displayed at the Song Contest comes to a sudden end.


Official selection:


- Mapping the Unseen, Queer Kurzfilmtage Klagenfurt (AT)

- 21. Internationales Filmfestival für Kinder und Junges Publikum SCHLINGEL, Chemnitz (DE)

- N0Maps Culture International Film Festival 2017 (ES)

- Festival du cinema européen de Lille 2016 (FR)

- Festival of Nations 2016 (AT)

- Waterford Film Festival 2015 (IR)

- International Frontale Film Festival 2015 (AT)

- YOUKI 2015 (AT)

- Wiener Video- und Filmtage 2015 (AT)

- Pink Panorama Luzern 2015 (CH)

- GSC Film Fest 2015 (DE)


written and directed by: René Kmet


starring: Christoph Grissemann, Severin Mauchle, Maria Magdalena Rabl, Daniel Eckert


Production Manager: Marie-Luise Bohrer

Director of Photography: Alex Püringer, Philipp Habenicht

Production Design: Meike Schulenburg

Costumes: Lisa Sattlegger

Make-Up and Hair: Marlene Lenz

1st AD: Benno Hanke, Marlena-Katharina Baran

Post Production Supervisor, Editor: Julian Pöschl

Original Soundtrack: Markus Zierhofer

Colorist: Paul J. Baran