Frankfurt am Main | 13 – 20 October 2024

Jasmin Hagendorfer

Based in Vienna, Jasmin Hagendorfer is an acclaimed contemporary artist, filmmaker, and curator. Through diverse mediums, she delves into socio-political themes and gender identity, showcasing her works internationally. As co-founder and director of the Porn Film Festival Vienna, she intertwines feminist and queer theories with art and erotica. Her notable contributions include a TEDx talk in Vienna about the environmental benefits of quality pornography and films like "Fudliaks!" and "Musings of a Mechatronic Mistress".

Works at B3

Talks at B3

Art, Morality and Film: Towards an Ethics of Film, Art, and Media. Can and Should Everything be Shown, and at Any Cost?

Ethics of film and the moving image: Can and should everything be shown?Since the beginnings of cinema, movies have possessed a special ability to reflect, manipulate, and reinvent reality. The moving images projected onto the screen are more than just entertainment. They are powerful tools that can be used to generate empathy, highlight social injustices, or convey a political message. But along with this power comes great responsibility. The question of what can be shown and what should be shown will always be of key importance to the entire film and moving image industry. Read more…

Digital Desires: The Intersection of Sex Tech, AI, Society, and Gender Perspectives

Screening of "Musings Of A Mechatronic Mistress - The Peculiar Case Purpose Of Tiffany The Sex Robot" followed by a Panel Discussion. Read more…