RISSE, 2019, documentary (74 minutes)
directed by: Melanie Hollaus
cinematographers: Christoph Lammerhuber, Melanie Hollaus, Antonius Bacak
narrator: Rainer Egger
music: Lissie Rettenwander / Album "Inside" - Heart of noice Vinyl Edition 01
produced by: Melanie Hollaus and BC Art Consulting GmbH
33rd Bolzano Film Festival Bozen (ITA 2019), 28th International Film Festival Innsbruck (AUT 2019)

MS Valentina, 2019, documentary (80 minutes)
directed and produced by: Melanie Hollaus
cinematographer: Christoph Lammerhuber
sound design: Sergey Martynyuk
narrator: Katarina Csanyiova
trumpet: Stefan Prager
based on ideas of Tina Mott and Melanie Hollaus
Beldocs International Documentary Film Festival (SRB 2019), 28th International Filmfestival Innsbruck – competition (AUT 2019)


VERBAUT, 2018, documentary (39 minutes)
directed and produced by: Melanie Hollaus
cinematographer: Christoph Lammerhuber
written by: Manfred Schenekl
cast: Walter Ludwig (narrator), Gretl Fröhlich, Leopold Draxler
as a part of the project "Bretteldorf revisited" (Friedrich Hauer, Andre Krammer)
Architekturzentrum Wien (AUT 2018)


Slaughterhouse block, 2018, documentary (70 minutes)
directed by: Melanie Hollaus
cinematographers: Antonius Bacak, Christoph Lammerhuber
produced by: Melanie Hollaus and BC Art Consulting GmbH
festivals:
27th International Film Festival Innsbruck 2019

Images of metamorphosis, 2017, doku-fiction (70 minutes)
directed and written by: Melanie Hollaus
cinematographers: Christoph Lammerhuber, Melanie Hollaus
with: Sissi Wunder, Vio Wolf, Martin Merkl (and others)
produced by: Melanie Hollaus, Christoph Lammerhuber
26th International Film Festival Innsbruck (AUT 2017), Barcelona Planet Film Festival (ESP 2016), European Film Festival (RUS 2016), East Silver Market (CZE 2018), Official Selection - semi finalist San Mauro Film Festival (ITA 2018)

Stalingrad – stories of an Innsbruck settlement, 2015, documentary (60 minutes)
directed by: Melanie Hollaus
cinematographer: Antonius Bacak
produced by: Melanie Hollaus and BC Art Consulting GmbH
Architektur.Film.Sommer im AzW Wien (AUT 2017), CINEMANEXT im Topkino Wien (AUT 2017), 25. Internationales Film Festival Innsbruck (AUT 2016), 29. Festival der Neue Heimatfilm Freistadt (AUT 2016)


hernalser – the rock thinks murders loves, 2014, doku-fiction (70 minutes)
directed by: Melanie Hollaus
cinematographers: Christoph Lammerhuber, Melanie Hollaus
written by: Manfred Schenekl
with: Katarina Csanyiova, Andreas Pronegg, Julia Kronenberg, Martin Merkl (and others)
produced by: Melanie Hollaus, Christoph Lammerhuber
26th International Film Festival Innsbruck (AUT 2017), 10. Internationales Arbeiter Filmfestival Istanbul (TUR 2015)

mirror_grid.passage, 2013, (20 Seconds)
winner film "20 seconds for art" KÖR / Infoscreen

Bocksiedlung - eine filmische Spurensuche, 2012, documentary (44 minutes)
directed an produced by: Melanie Hollaus
narrator: Andreas Pronegg
cinematographer: Melanie Hollaus
22nd. International Film Festival Innsbruck (AUT 2013), 24. Neues Heimatfilmfestival Freistadt (AUT 2013), 23. Weltfilmtage Thusis (CHE 2013)

Jeanine Meerapfel, 2012, documentary (12 minutes)
directed by: Melanie Hollaus
cinematographer: Melanie Hollaus, Daniel Dlouhy
24th International Film Festival Innsbruck (AUT 2015)

Ninetto Davoli, 2011, documentary (10 minutes)
directed by: Melanie Hollaus
cinematographer: Melanie Hollaus
23rd International Film Festival Innsbruck (AUT 2014)

BIRRI, 2010, documentary (6 minutes)
directed by: Melanie Hollaus
cinematographers: Melanie Hollaus, Daniel Dlouhy
22nd International Film Festival Innsbruck (AUT 2013)

New Kaisertal City
, 2008, doku-fiction (34 minutes)
directed by: Melanie Hollaus
based on the ideas of: Melanie Hollaus, Andreas Pronegg
cinematographer: Valentin Sysel
produced by: brennweit medienproduktion
nomininated̈ for Silver Eye Award Tschechien (CZE 2009), EmergeAndSee Berlin 09 Festival (DEU 2009), 18th International Film Festival Innsbruck (AUT 2009), 23th Bolzano Film Festival Bozen (ITA 2009), 22. Neues Heimatfilmfestival Freistadt (AUT 2009) Kino Otok 05 Film Festival Slowenien (SLO 2009), Kulturfestival Reitschule Bern (CHE 2009), Filmfest Prag (CZE 2010 – Festival deutschsprachiger Filme), SüdfilmFest Amstetten (AUT 2012), Cinema Paradiso St. Pölten (AUT 2013)