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Holocaust and the moving image : representations in film and television since 1933

Author: Toby Haggith; Joanna Newman
Publisher: London ; New York : Wallflower, 2005.
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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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Holocaust and the moving image.
London ; New York : Wallflower, 2005
(OCoLC)607731313
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Toby Haggith; Joanna Newman
ISBN: 1904764525 9781904764526 1904764517 9781904764519
OCLC Number: 57485164
Description: xxiii, 317 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
Contents: Section 1. Film as witness --
Film and the making of the Imperial War Museum's Holocaust exhibition / Suzanne Bardgett --
Preparing the video displays for the Imperial War Museum's Holocaust exhibition / Annie Dodds --
Filming the liberation of Bergen-Belsen / Toby Haggith --
Separate intentions : the Allied screening of concentration camp documentaries in defeated Germany in 1945-46 : Death mills and Memory of the camps / Kay Gladstone --
A witness to atrocity : film as evidence in international war crimes tribunals / Helen Lennon --
Section 2. Film as propaganda --
Veit Harlan's Jud Süss / Susan Tegel --
Fritz Hippler's The eternal Jew / Terry Charman --
Film documents of Theresienstadt / Lutz Becker --
Terezin : the town Hitler gave to the Jews / Zdenka Fantlova-Ehrlich --
The Ministry of Information and anti-Fascist short films of the Second World War / Matthew Lee --
Fighting the government with its own propaganda : the struggle for racial equality in the USA during the Second World War / Stephen Tuck --
Section 3. The Holocaust documentary in film and television --
Nuit et Brouillard : a turning point in the history and memory of the Holocaust / Christian Delage --
Baggage and responsibility - The world at war and the Holocaust / Michael Darlow --
The Nazis : a warning from history / Laurence Rees --
Kitty - Return to Auschwitz / Peter Morley --
Some reflections on Claude Lanzmann's approach to the examination of the Holocaust / Raye Farr --
But is it documentary? / Orly Yadin --
Silence : the role of the animators / Ruth Lingford & Tim Webb --
Oświe̜cim/Auschwitz : the shooting goes on... / Mira Hamermesh --
Seeing and hearing for ourselves : the spectacle of reality in the Holocaust documentary / Elizabeth Cowie --
Section 4. The Holocaust in feature films --
An overview of Hollywood cinema's treatment of the Holocaust / Trudy Gold --
Escape from Sobibor : a film made for television depicting the mass escape from Sobibor Extermination Camp / Jack Gold --
The Holocaust, film and education / Ian Wall --
Young people's viewing of Holocaust films in different cultural contexts / Anna Reading --
Living with the long journey : Alfréd Radok's Daleká Cesta / Jiří Cieslar --
Double memory : the Holocaust in Polish film / Ewa Mazierska --
For the few, not the many : delusion and denial in Italian Holocaust films / Giacomo Lichtner --
The survivors' right to reply / Trudy Gold ... [et al.] --
Section 5. Legacy and other genocides --
Human rights : does anyone care? / Rex Bloomstein --
Journey into darkness / David G. Harrison --
If the walls could speak (Les voix de la muette) / Daniela Zanzotto --
Exploring the common threads of genocide : the Crimes Against Humanity Exhibition at the Imperial War Museum / Suzanne Bardgett & Annie Dodds.
Responsibility: edited by 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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