2016-11-28 "Altes Geld" and "Aufschneider" on Netflix
As of November 2016 the Superfilm productions "Aufschneider" ("Carve the Joint") and "Old Money" (directed an written by David Schalko) are available on Netflix.
Altes Geld - Old Money
TV-series 8 x 45’
Written and directed by David Schalko
Multibillionaire Rolf Rauchensteiner (Udo Kier) is in urgent need of a liver. Reluctantly, his wife Liane (Sunnyi Melles) brings together the broken family. Whoever gets him a liver gets the whole fortune - cue for the start of a momentous family intrigue without any moral scruples.
OLD MONEY is the next series highlight of David Schalko after the success of BRAUNSCHLAG. An opulent TV portrait about a family that knows no love. A saga about incest, corruption and gloves made out of human skin. Bizarre. Funny. Vicious. A DALLAS for the insane.
Starring Udo Kier, Sunnyi Melles, Nicholas Ofczarek, Manuel Rubey, Nora von Waldstätten, Edita Malovcic, Ursula Strauss, Thomas Stipsits, Robert Palfrader, Yohanna Schwertfeger, Simon Schwarz, Cornelius Obonya, Florian Teichtmeister, Herbert Föttinger, Johannes Krisch, Maria Hofstätter, Lukas Miko, Michael Maertens, Raimund Wallisch, and many more.
A coproduction of Superfilm and the Austrian Broadcasting Corporation. With support from the Austrian Television Fund, the Television Fund of the Vienna Film Fund and the state government of Lower Austria.
Aufschneider - Carve the Joint
TV Event, 2 x 90 Minutes
AUFSCHNEIDER, based on an idea by Josef Hader and written by him and David Schalko, tells of the life and work of Dr. Fuhrmann, the chief pathologist of a municipal hospital. We get to watch the traditional hospital stories from a different and unusual perspective, from the worm's-eye view of the department of pathology, whose smell will still cling to you long after closing time.
Fuhrmann can never see eye to eye with THEM, the golfing god's in white (or green) above him. But then he hardly ever gets along with anybody. His very unorthodox relationship with death, his admiration of cancer whose beauty reminds him of psychedelic paintings from the 1960s do not exactly make him popular among his colleagues either.
Starring Josef Hader, Oliver Baier, Ursula Strauss, Pia Hierzegger, Tanja Raunig, Manuel Rubey, Georg Friedrich, Raimund Wallisch, Meret Becker, Simon Schwarz, Murali Perumal, Josef Kukla and many more.
By Josef Hader and David Schalko
Director: David Schalko
Producer: John Lueftner