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Haunted by History

9 March

Still from Across the Land and the Water – The Two Journeys of the Family Basch by Barbara Loftus

Birkbeck Cinema, London

A selection of recent essay films – poignant, thought-provoking, sometimes darkly humorous and frequently disturbing – made by UK-based members of the so-called ‘Second Generation’, namely, the children of refugees from Nazi Europe and/or Holocaust survivors, whose work explores the complex and necessarily problematic legacy of their families’ experiences.

The film-makers will be present to participate in a Q&A after each screening and also in a concluding panel discussion. This event is organised in association with the Insiders/Outsiders Festival

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Programme:

11.00: Marina Willer: Red Trees, 2017, 75 mins + Q&A

12.30-1.30: Lunch (not provided)

1.30-3.00: Barbara Loftus: Across Land and Water – The Two Journeys of the Family Basch, 2018, 60mins + Q&A

3.00-3.30: Tea (provided)

3.30-4.00: Caroline Pick: Home Movie, 2013, 18 mins + Q&A

4.00-4.20: Leah Thorn: My Amulet, 2008, 6.44 mins

+ And She Does, 3.30 mins + Q&A

c.4.20-5.00: Panel Discussion (chaired by Monica Bohm-Duchen)

 


11:00 – 17:00

See also: Session Two Four Parts of a Folding Screen

 

Venue

Birkbeck Cinema
43 Gordon Square London WC1H 0PD United Kingdom + Google Map