Holocaust and the Moving Image Representations in Film and Television since 1933

ISBN-10: 1904764517

ISBN-13: 9781904764519

Edition: 2005

Authors: Haggith and Newman Haggith and Newman, Toby Haggith, Joanna Newman

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Based on an event held at the Imperial War Museum in 2001, this book is a blend of voices and perspectives - archivists, curators, filmmakers, scholars, and Holocaust survivors. Each section examines films and how they have contributed to wider awareness and understanding of the Holocaust since the war.
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List price: $25.00
Copyright year: 2005
Publisher: Wallflower Press
Publication date: 10/26/2005
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 256
Size: 6.75" wide x 9.25" long x 1.00" tall
Weight: 1.474
Language: English

Toby Haggith is head of the Public Services Section, Film & Video Archive at the Imperial War Museum.Joanna Newman is director of education at the London Jewish Cultural Center

Born from English and Italian parents, Samuel Rizzardi graduated in 2010 in French and Italian at the University of Kent. He then spent a year teaching English as a foreign language in Italy, and is now currently undertaking an MA at the University of Hull.

Notes on Contributors
Film as Witness
Film and the Making of the Imperial War Museum's Holocaust Exhibition
Preparing the Video Displays for the Imperial War Museum's Holocaust Exhibition
Filming the Liberation of Bergen-Belsen
Separate Intentions: The Allied Screening of Concentration Camp Documentaries in Defeated Germany in 1945-46: Death Mills and Memory of the Camps
A Witness to Atrocity: Film as Evidence in International War Crimes Tribunals
Film as Propaganda
Veit Harlan's Jud Suss
Fritz Hippler's The Eternal Jew
Film Documents of Theresienstadt
Terezin: The Town Hitler Gave to the Jews
The Ministry of Information and Anti-Fascist Short Films of the Second World War
Fighting the Government With its Own Propaganda: The Struggle for Racial Equality in the USA During the Second World War
The Holocaust Documentary in Film and Television
Nuit et Brouillard: A Turning Point in the History and Memory of the Holocaust
Baggage and Responsibility - The World At War and the Holocaust
The Nazis: A Warning From History
Kitty - Return to Auschwitz
Some Reflections on Claude Lanzmann's Approach to the Examination of the Holocaust
But is it Documentary?
Silence: The Role of the Animators
Oswiecim/Auschwitz: The Shooting Goes On...
Seeing and Hearing for Ourselves: The Spectacle of Reality in the Holocaust Documentary
The Holocaust in Feature Films
An Overview of Hollywood Cinema's Treatment of the Holocaust
Escape From Sobibor: A Film Made for Television Depicting the Mass Escape from Sobibor Extermination Camp
The Holocaust, Film and Education
Young People's Viewing of Holocaust Films in Different Cultural Contexts
Living with the Long Journey: Alfred Radok's Daleka Cesta
Double Memory: The Holocaust in Polish Film
For the Few, Not the Many: Delusion and Denial in Italian Holocaust Films
The Survivors' Right to Reply
Legacy and Other Genocides
Human Rights: Does Anyone Care?
Journey Into Darkness
If the Walls Could Speak (Les Voix de la Muette)
Exploring the Common Threads of Genocide: The Crimes Against Humanity Exhibition at the Imperial War Museum
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