SFC- Shoah Film Collection

News – campaign 2017 results

27 September 2017
selection results from the SFC 2017 campaign

list of selected videos

Isabel Perez del Pulgar (Spain)
Sacrifice, 2017, 11:50

Felice Hapetzeder (Sweden)
Image of a Traitor Trailer, 2017

Amaranth Borsuk
Show of Hands, 2017, 1:11

–> more to come

27 January 2017 – International Holocaust Menorial Day

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open call
Submission Campaign 2017

Regulations and entry form
http://netex.nmartproject.net/?p=7795

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Since 2010, when Shoah Film Collection and its 1st open call were lauched on 27 January ( International Holocaust Memorial Day – Liberation of the Concentration Camp Auschwitz), traditionally on the next following 9 November (commemorating the “Night of Broken Glass” – “Reichskristallnacht” which is considered to be the start of the Holocaust) the results of the open call, eg new additions to Shoah Film Collection are released.

So also in 2016, when the results of the 7th open call in sequence are published on 9 November, consisting this time of 3 components:

1. extension of the video collection: the 19 videos selected from the 120 submissions
2. extension of Shoah Film Collection Interview Project: 6 new interviews
3. SFC Blog: Article by Dova Cahan spotlighting the Ferramonti camp and the making of the latest film dealing with the concentration camp in Calabria.

Ad 1.
including the videos

01. Dova Cahan (Israel) – My Visit at Ferramonti of Tarsia, 2016, 12:10
02. Brigitte Neufeldt (Germany) – Jewish Life in Halle/Saale, 2005/2015, 4:30
03. Brigitte Neufeldt (Germany) – Güterbahnhof/Freight Depot of Halle/Saale, 2005/2016 , 06:26
04. Wrik Mead (Canada) – Camp, 2000, 12:00
05. Dario Lazzaretto (Italy) – “Lizt”, 2015, 02’38”
06. Ekaterina Shapiro-Obermair (Austria) – Display Case, 2014, 10´14´´
07. Brit Bunkley (New Zealand) – Kafka’s Sisters, 2014, 3:57
08. Shachaf Dekel (Israel) – Time Has Come, 2012, 9:00
09. Mária Júdová (Czech Republik) – Metaphors of the body, 2013, 6min 4sec
10. Vanane Borian (Israel) – 1915-“, 2015, 2.33
11. Marcantonio Lunardi (Italy) – Anthropometry 154855, 2015, 3:30
12. Allan Siegel/Rene Lichtman (USA) – Hidden Poland, 2003, 60:00
13. Angelina Voskopoulou (Greece) – Behind this page but not disappearing 2015, 16:40
14. Beate Gordes (Germany) – been a war child / Kriegskind gewesen, 2014, 3:22 min.
15. Albert Bayona (Spain) – Sundays on the Edge of the Empire), 2015, 07:30
16. Roderick Steel (Brazil) – Implementation: A Telematic Triptych, 2016, 03:30
17. Rachel Zaretzky (USA) – “My Visit to the Memorial of the Murdered Jews of Europe”, 2015, 1:55
18. Alessandro Fonte (Italy) – Unisono, 2013, 2:37
19. Thanut Rujitanont (Thailand) – Teun, 2016, 4:13
please open the links on the right

Ad 2.
New interviews by
Angelina Voskopoulou, Vanane Borian, Myriam Thyes, Marta Asparren, Ekaterina Shapiro-Obermair, Brigitte Neufeldt
more details on http://sfcip.engad.org/?p=145

Ad 3. Dova Cahan about her film dealing with her visit in Ferramonti of Tarsia and her film
more details on http://dts.engad.org/blog/?p=407

1 September 2016

d/i/light – trailer for review


Trailer for download – go to – http://sfc.engad.org/video/?p=1

1 September 2016
this is the complete shortlist of selected videos from the Shoah Film Collection submission campaign 2016
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01. Dova Cahan (Israel) – My Visit at Ferramonti of Tarsia, 2016, 12:10
02. Brigitte Neufeldt (Germany) – Jewish Life in Halle/Saale, 2005/2015, 4:30
03. Brigitte Neufeldt (Germany) – Güterbahnhof/Freight Depot of Halle/Saale, 2005/2016 , 06:26
04. Wrik Mead (Canada) – Camp, 2000, 12:00
05. Dario Lazzaretto (Italy) – “Lizt”, 2015, 02’38”
06. Ekaterina Shapiro-Obermair (Austria) – Display Case, 2014, 10´14´´
07. Brit Bunkley (New Zealand) – Kafka’s Sisters, 2014, 3:57
08. Shachaf Dekel (Israel) – Time Has Come, 2012, 9:00
09. Mária Júdová (Czech Republik) – Metaphors of the body, 2013, 6min 4sec
10. Vanane Borian (Israel) – 1915-“, 2015, 2.33
11. Marcantonio Lunardi (Italy) – Anthropometry 154855, 2015, 3:30
12. Allan Siegel/Rene Lichtman (USA) – Hidden Poland, 2003, 60:00
13. Angelina Voskopoulos (Greece) – Behind this page but not disappearing 2015, 16:40
14. Beate Gordes (Germany) – been a war child / Kriegskind gewesen, 2014, 3:22 min.
15. Albert Bayona (Spain) – Sundays on the Edge of the Empire), 2015, 07:30
16. Roderick Steel (Brazil) – Implementation: A Telematic Triptych, 2016, 03:30
17. Rachel Zaretzky (USA) – “My Visit to the Memorial of the Murdered Jews of Europe”, 2015, 1:55
18. Alessandro Fonte (Italy) – Unisono, 2013, 2:37
19. Thanut Rujitanont (Thailand) – Teun, 2016, 4:13

30 August 2016

In future, there will more presentation formats for Shoah Film Collection. The new one is entitled “d/i/light – Darkness Into Light Festival”
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1 August 2016

The SFC campaign for recruiting new videos for Shoah Film Collection – starting, like each year, on 27 January – closed on 1 August 2016.
In total 122 submissions arrived, this is quantitative not more than 2015, but the submissions 2016 were more substantial. Rather shocking was again, that many submissions had thematically no connection to SHOAH and it became obvious, that the submitting artists did not read the outlined core of the open call nor did anything about SHOAH, at all.
The selected artists will be shortlisted in September, while the videos will be released on 9 November 2016 commemorating 9 November 1938 – the “Night of Broken Glass”, which is said to be the start of the Holocaust.

17 June 2016
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SFC released a trailer for download – duration 14:40 min
mp4 640×360 (630MB)
mpeg2 720×576 (890MB)

2 April – 28 May 2016
A selection from SFC _ Shoah Film Collection was presented by artvideoKOELN @ Torrance Art Museum Los Angeles/USA –>
In the Name of Truth: Time, Peace & Humanity
http://coff.newmediafest.org/blog/2-april-28-may-cologneoff-2016-usa/

27 January 2016
Open call – launch of the 2016 campaign – http://netex.nmartproject.net/?p=6921

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10 January 2016
Shoah Film Collection became corporate part of the media art project “://self~imaging – artists show face against Intolerance, Racism, Xenophobia and Anti-Semitism –
http://self.engad.org/2016
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9 November 2015

A Virtual Memorial Foundation
is happy to include the new additions to SFC _ SHoah Film Collection
on occasion of the commemoration day – 9 November 2015 – the 77th return of the “Night of Broken Glass (Reichskristallnacht), when the NAZI were destroying the synagogues in Germany just in 1 night. This date is considered to be the start of the HOLOCAUST and the neverending collective trauma.

2015

Shoah Film Collection
is happy to welcome new film additions by following creators

Wilfried Agricola de Cologne III (Germany) – POLAK – Stages of Memory, 2015, 40:00
Marta Azparren (Spain) – Towards Todtnauberg, 2014, 5:40
Dova Cahan II (Israel) – My aunt Mina and her son Shmuel never came back from Auschwitz”. 2015, 9.18
Murad Ibragimbekov (Russia) – Human, 2015, 8:39
Maria Korporal (Netherlands) – Anne Frank, 2014 , 6:20
Valerio Murat and Antonio Poce (Italy) – They made a desert and was called peace, 2014, 8’45”
Ben Neufeld II (USA) – The Deaf Lumberjack, The Blind Potboiler, 2015, 25:25
Paolo Ottonello (Italy) – Litte chronicle from the Bell Tower, 2015, 03:25
Anaïs Pélaquier (France) – How I lost my voice – Comment j’ai perdu ma voix, 2003, 33’21”
Myriam Thyes (Switzerland) – Sophie Taeuber-Arp’s Vanishing Lines, 2015, 10:10
Daniel Wechsler (Israel) – Remains, 2014, 02:18
Mariusz Wirski II (Poland) – Pan Werner , 2015, 4:00
Mariusz Wirski III (Poland) – 45-39, 2015, 8:41
Anna Zett (Germany) – NOW vs NOW vs NOW, 2012, 5:52