Shoah Film Collection 2
Today is another day for commemorating the Holocaust and the liberation of Auschwitz, related to the International Holocaust Commemoration Day, 27 January.
A Virtual Memorial Jaffa 2014is a particularly relevant event, because it is taking place in Israel, on the other hand is Jaffa (part of Tel-Aviv now), as a venue that port and historical place in terms of the rescue of persecuted Jews and Holocaust survivors and a particular tolerance for immigrant that symbol, at all.
Therefore, I am very proud that Liliana Orbach and her MUZA plus gallery are hosting the event and the screening of the selection of films from Shoah Film Collection.
A Virtual Memorial Jaffa 2014 – is standing in the context of two further events realized on occasion of the International Holocaust Commemoration Day 2014 – A Virtual Memoral Milan 2014 – 25-27 January 2014, which will be explained in detail in the next following article – and A Virtual Memorial Timisoara 2014 – 27 January 2014.
Unfortunately, I am not able to attend personally the screening Jaffa, but I remember Jaffa, when I visited Tel-Aviv 2005. My host Ariel Yannay Shani, artist himself, was located also in Jaffa – a place where the history of thousands of years can be felt emotionally and physically. I like such places because I feel being part of the “Whole”.
A complementary NewMediaFest2020 selection of videos
is featuring these wor
Theme Bannenberg & Nok Snel (NL) – One Minute Silence, 2012, 1:00
Eitan Vitkon (Israel) – Convergence, 2011, 1:17
Anetta Kapon (USA) – My German Vocabulary, 2007, 2:09
Marcantonio Lunardi (Italy) – No, 2013, 2:29
Marita Contreras (Peru) – Maria, 2010, 5:37
Maria Korporal (NL) Anne Frank, 2014 , 6:20
Mariusz Wirski II (Poland) – Pan Werner , 2015, 4:00
Marta Azparren (Spain) – Towards Todtnauberg, 2014, 5:40
Alicia Felberbaum (UK) – Undressing Room, 2009, 4:30
Shelley Jordon (USA) – Anita’s Journey, 2011, 8:28
Miri Nishri (Israel) – Troubled Water, 2007, 12:00
Tammy Mike Laufer (IL) – Memory of the Holocaust is not dead!, 2009, 7:05
David R. Burns (USA) – Zikaron, 2010, 1:45