Austria/India 2010; Documentary; international title "Gipsy Spirit"; 91 minutes; aspect ratio: 1:1.85; 35mm; audio: Dolby Digital 5.1; original language German/English with German or English subtitles; voice over French and French subtitles
|DIRECTOR OF PHOTOGRAPHY||Klaus Achter, Rudolf Klingohr, Klaus Hundsbichler,|
|MUSIC||Harri Stojka, Mosa Sisic, Christof Unterberger, Azeem Ahmed Alvi, Hafeez Ahmed Alvi, Aditya Bhasin, Gafur Khan, Kutle Khan, Robert Stoica & Jamoja|
|PRODUCTION COMPANY||Interspot Film|
"I've always played Gypsy Music, that's what my father taught me. But I would like to know where this music is from". Willing to discover the roots of Gypsy Music, famous Austrian guitarist Harri Stojka goes on a journey to Rajasthan, India, to meet local musicians and play with them. There, he encounters several artists using the most original instruments, and always eager to share the joy of playing. More important, he realizes that the Gypsy spirit is something that brings them together. After all, they speak the same language: the language of music.