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Transport XX in Paradiso | The One Minutes Collection


Transport XX in Paradiso | The One Minutes Collection .
Amsterdam – Paradiso theater Nov. 28, 2010 , The One Minutes – the ‘Where history starts’ show…
Premiere screening of “Transport XX face to face” – selected in 2010 by The One Minutes and the dutch Museum of National History (innl) – at the ‘Where history starts’ event on Nov 28th, 2010 in Paradiso, Amsterdam (Netherlands). Host is Steven de Jong.
“Transport XX face to face” .
A video impression filmed February 28th, 2009 , of the confrontation of passers-by with the TRANSPORT XX installation in Brussels, that presented photographic portraits of 1,200 of the 1,631 Jewish prisoners deported with the 20th train convoy to Auschwitz in 1943.
More at my web site here – https://michelvanderburg.com/2013/04/19/transport-xx-to-auschwitz/ .

Credits
The Kazerne Dossin ( http://www.kazernedossin.eu/ ) digitalised the photo’s of the Dossin prisoners, that mostly are from the “National State Archives of Belgium. Ministry of Justice, Public Safety Office, Foreigner’s Police, individual files”
( http://www.arch.be/ )
Thank you: Marjan Verplancke and other co-workers of the Kazerne Dossin in Mechelen (Belgium) and project “Give them a Face” which aims to bring together as many portraits of deportees from the Dossin barracks in Mechelen as possible and give them back their face – and the memory alive.
This ‘one minute cut’ is a reworking of the video “TRANSPORT XX – installation Brussels” presented earlier in 2009.

Here a recording of that Transport XX one-minute film screening in Paradiso in Amsterdam.
First published Dec 2011 (20111214) online at my now obsolete YouTube channel iClip – that’s being archived, transferring content to my main channel youtube.com/michelvanderburg .
Remake produced June 7, 2020 for The One Minutes Collection.
This work is now part of The One Minutes Collection and will be preserved by The Netherlands Institute for Sound and Vision, which manages audio-visual heritage.
File name : Michel van der Burg_Transport XX in Paradiso_2020_Netherlands .
Film : Transport XX in Paradiso (20200607) Michel van der Burg | michelvanderburg.com | miracles.media .

History One Minutes In Paradiso

November 28, 2010 (tonight 6 years ago) the Dutch Museum of National History and The One Minutes presented a selection of videos about Dutch History (and personal history of dutch) at the festival “Waar Geschiedenis Begint” (Where history starts) in Paradiso, Amsterdam.

Artists and art students were asked to make a one minute video about where history starts. Special host is artist and theater director Steven de Jong.

This short doc shows the premiere of the 1 minute film “Transport XX – face to face” ( full details here at michelvanderburg.com ) and screening (full or partially) of some others including “Aap Noot Mies” ( by Barry van der Rijt – barryvanderrijt.com – here at The One Minutes Vimeo  )

Transport XX to Auschwitz at Fort Lauderdale International Film Festival (FLIFF)

The documentary Transport XX to Auschwitz by Karen Lynne & Richard Bloom and Michel van der Burg is shown at the Fort Lauderdale International Film Festival (FLIFF) on Saturday October 27 at the main film festival theatre Cinema Paradiso in Fort Lauderdale, and again the next Saturday, November 3rd, at the Sunrise Civic Theatre in the city of Sunrise, Florida.  Thanks all helping us with this documentary – – Simon Gronowski (see trailer poster) in particular for his special effort!!

Film and festival details

Watch the trailer of the film –


Synopsis – During the Shoah, the Nazis, in their quest for the final solution of the Jewish question, utilized thousands of trains from Germany and the occupied countries to transport 3,000,000 Jews to the concentration and death camps.

This is the true story of one of the most audacious and heroic rescue attempts, which occurred on April 19, 1943, the first night of Passover, at the same time that the Warsaw Ghetto uprising began. On that night, Transport XX departed Mechelen, Belgium at 10 p.m. with 1631, Jewish men, women and children for Auschwitz II-Birkenau.

Half an hour later, it was stopped by three young Belgians armed with only 1 pistol, pliers and a hurricane lamp. The only documented attack on a death train during the Shoah. What happened leading up to, during and after this audacious rescue attempt are featured with archival footage and survivor interviews.

See also Richard Bloom Productions

Transport XX – One Minute in Paradiso, Amsterdam | imichel•com | 20111214

English text below | texte Français ci-dessous

Deze opname van de vertoning van de Transport XX one-minute film in Paradiso in Amsterdam vorig jaar (Nov. 28, 2010) werd vandaag online gezet.*

Amsterdam – Paradiso Nov. 28, 2010 – The One Minutes – Waar Geschiedenis begint…

Waar Geschiedenis Begint …
Op zondag 28 november 2010 presenteerde het Nationaal Historisch Museum en The One Minutes de “Waar Geschiedenis Begint” show in Paradiso, Amsterdam. Geschiedenisfilms van één minuut passeerden de revue … Gastheer is kunstenaar en theatermaker Steven de Jong. Meerdere schermen tegenover elkaar in Paradiso zorgden voor goed zicht op de vertoning.

Waar begint geschiedenis?
Het Nationaal Historisch Museum en The One Minutes vroegen filmmakers en studenten van Nederlandse Kunstopleidingen om een one minute video te maken over waar hun geschiedenis begint. Bijvoorbeeld bij de naam van hun grootmoeder, de straat waarin ze wonen of beelden van verlies, liefde, trouw en inzicht.

Over “Transport XX”
Deze korte! documentaire is een video impressie (28 februari 2009) van de confrontatie van voorbijgangers met de TRANSPORT XX installatie in Brussel: met fotografische portretten van 1200 van de 1631 joodse gevangenen die gedeporteerd werden met het 20ste trein konvooi naar Auschwitz in 1943.

Op 19 april 1943 om 10 uur ‘s avonds vertrekt het 20ste trein-konvooi van de Kazerne Dossin in Mechelen (België) met 40 beestenwagons volgepropt met 1631 joodse mannen, vrouwen en kinderen richting Auschwitz (Polen). De in België gevangen genomen joden waren voor meer dan 90% ‘vreemdelingen’ (zonder de Belgische nationaliteit), die toen de oorlog uitbrak of al (vele) jaren eerder uit voornamelijk Oost Europa, Duitsland en Holland naar België waren gevlucht. Een half uur na het vertrek van dit transport XX slagen de drie Brusselse jongemannen Youra Livschitz, Jean Franklemon en Robert Maistriau er in de trein te stoppen tussen station Boortmeerbeek en Haacht, vervolgens met een nijptang een wagon te openen, en 17 gevangenen te bevrijden. Later voordat de trein de Duitse grens bereikt besluiten nog eens meer dan 200 gevangenen een ontsnappingspoging te wagen en ook uit de wagons te springen. Totaal probeerden 233 mensen te ontsnappen, en slaagden 118 mensen daar in. Helaas werden er ook 26 mensen gedood en 89 anderen weer opgepakt en weer gevangen gezet of op latere treinen naar Auschwitz gezet. Van de mensen die met deze trein op 22 April in Auschwitz aankwamen overleefden er slechts 153 dit concentratiekamp.
Dit was voor zover bekend de enige aanval op een dodentrein tijdens de Holocaust.

Credits
De Kazerne Dossin digitaliseerde de foto’s van de Dossin gevangenen, die meestal afkomstig zijn uit het Belgische Algemeen Rijksarchief – Dossiers Vreemdelingen Politie.

De TRANSPORT XX installatie in Brussel werd van 27 januari tot 15 maart 2009 georganiseerd door het BELvue Museum in samenwerking met JMDV/Kazerne Dossin.
De portretten werden buiten gepresenteerd langs het “Park van Brussel” (Warandepark) tegenover het Koninklijk Paleis.
Dit project werd voor het eerst gepresenteerd aan de internationale pers op vrijdag 20 april 2007 bij de Kazerne Dossin.

Dank je wel: Marjan Verplancke en andere medewerkers van Kazerne Dossin (JMDV) in Mechelen, België en het project “Geef ze een gezicht” – waarmee Kazerne Dossin tracht om zoveel mogelijk portretten van gedeporteerden samen te brengen, om hen hun gezicht terug te geven, en de herinnering levend te houden.

Deze ‘one minute cut’ is een bewerking van de eerder in 2009 op youtube/channel012 verschenen video “TRANSPORT XX – installation Brussels”. Speciaal voor het One Minutes festival werd de oorspronkelijke film van ca. 3 minuten (2 min 50 sec) ingekort tot 1 minuut. Vanwege het speciale ‘format’ van de ‘The One Minutes’ zijn in deze 1-minuut versie de titel en credits achterwege gelaten in het beeldmateriaal, en werd de titel pas bij vertoning door de organisatie toegevoegd.

© 2009-2011 michelvanderburg — all rights reserved
Extra info onderaan post

English

This recording of the Transport XX one-minute film presentation last year (Nov. 28, 2010) in Paradiso in Amsterdam was uploaded today.

Amsterdam – Paradiso Nov. 28, 2010 – The One Minutes – Where history starts …
November 28, 2010 the Dutch Museum of National History and The One Minutes presented a selection of videos about Dutch History in Paradiso, Amsterdam. Artists and art students were asked to make a one minute video about where history starts. The videos were shown at the ‘Waar Geschiedenis Begint Show’ (Where history starts). Special host is artist and theater director Steven de Jong. Multiple screens at opposite sides in Paradiso offered a good view for everyone on the show.

“Transport XX”
This short! documentary is a video impression (February 28th, 2009) of the confrontation of passers-by with the TRANSPORT XX installation in Brussels, that presented photographic portraits of 1,200 of the 1,631 Jewish prisoners deported with the 20th train convoy to Auschwitz in 1943.

On April 19, 1943 at 10 p.m. the 20th train convoy departed the Dossin barracks (Kazerne Dossin) in Mechelen (Belgium) with 40 cattle cars crammed with 1631 Jewish men, women and children for Auschwitz (Poland). The in Belgium captured Jews were over 90% ‘foreigners’ (with no Belgian nationality) who either when war broke out or (many) years earlier had fled from mainly Eastern Europe, Germany and Holland to Belgium. Half an hour after the departure of this transport XX three young Belgians from Brussels, Youra Livschitz, Jean Franklemon and Robert Maistriau stopped the train between Boortmeerbeek and Haacht, opened one of the cars and liberated 17 prisoners. Later before the train reaches the German border over 200 other prisoners decide to attempt to escape and also jump out of the cars. In total 233 people attempted to escape, and 188 did succeed. Unfortunately also 26 were killed and 89 others recaptured and interned or put on future trains to Auschwitz. This 20th transport arrived at Auschwitz on April 22. Only 153 of those on board survived this death camp.
This was the only documented attack on a death train during the Shoah.

Credits
The Kazerne Dossin digitalised the photo’s of the Dossin prisoners, that mostly are from the “National State Archives of Belgium. Ministry of Justice, Public Safety Office, Foreigner’s Police, individual files”

The TRANSPORT XX installation in Brussels was organised from 27 January to 15 March 2009 by the BELvue Museum in collaboration with the JMDR / Kazerne Dossin. The photographic portraits were displayed outside in the Royal park in Brussels (opposite the Royal Palace).

Thank you: Marjan Verplancke and other co-workers of the Jewish Museum of Deportation and Resistance (JMDR) in Mechelen (Malines, Belgium) and project “Give them a Face”.
With the ‘Give Them a Face’ project the Kazerne Dossin aims to bring together as many portraits of deportees from the Dossin barracks in Mechelen as possible and give them back their face – and the memory alive.

This ‘one minute cut’ is a reworking of the video “TRANSPORT XX – installation Brussels” presented earlier in 2009 at youtube/channel012. For this special ‘The One Minute’ edition, the original film of around 3 minutes was edited to a 1-minute cut.
Because of the special format of the ‘The One Minutes’ the credits and title were omitted from the actual footage, the title was added by the organisation at display.

© 2009-2011 michelvanderburg — all rights reserved
Extra info at bottom of this post

Français (French)

Amsterdam – Paradiso Nov. 28, 2010 – Le ‘One Minutes’ – Où l’histoire commence …

TRANSPORT XX — Une Minute à Paradiso, Amsterdam
Ce enregistrement du Transport XX ‘one minute’ film presentation l’année dernière (Nov. 28, 2010) à Paradiso (Amsterdam) a été téléchargé aujourd’hui.
Cette ‘Une Minute film’ à Paradiso est une remaniement spéciales de la vidéo originale de près de 3 minutes intitulé “TRANSPORT XX – installation Brussels” publié plus tôt en 2009 à youtube/channel012.
L’installation “Transport XX” – une série de portraits photos des juifs qui devaient être emmenés de Malines à Auschwitz le 19 avril 1943 – etait organisée par le BELvue Musée à Bruxelles de 27 janvier au 15 mars 2009 le long du Parc Royal juste en face du Palais Royal de Bruxelles.

Merci bien Marjan Verplancke et des autres collègues de la Kazerne Dossin à Malines (la Belgique) et le projet ‘Donnez-leur un visage’.

Kazerne Dossin a digitalisé des photos de déportés de Dossin – la plupart proviennent des Dossiers de la Police des Étrangers (Archives Générales du Royaume).
Avec le projet ‘Donnez-leur un visage’ Kazerne Dossin vise à réunir le maximum de portraits de déportés afin de leur rendre un visage.

Vidéo © 2009-2011 michelvanderburg — tous drois réservés

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Links

Paradiso, Amsterdam URL http://www.paradiso.nl/

Nationaal Historisch Museum | Museum of National History – http://www.innl.nl/

Waar Geschiedenis Begint URL http://www.innl.nl/page/5858/nl

The One Minutes URL http://www.theoneminutes.org/

Kazerne Dossin URL http://www.kazernedossin.eu/

National State Archives of Belgium | Belgische Algemeen Rijksarchief – Dossiers Vreemdelingen Politie URL http://www.arch.be/

BELvue Museum http://www.belvue.be/

YouTube – channel012 URL https://www.youtube.com/channel012

Updates

20120109 update french text
20120124 update extra info bottom of post

Posted by michelvanderburg – Wednesday, December 14, 2011

Republished 20220621 by Michel van der Burg | michelvanderburg•com , from imichel•com | imichel•blogspot•com | 20111214

*Note 20220621 – Update video edition : 20200607 | Transport XX in Paradiso | The One Minutes Collection

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Transport XX – One Minute in Paradiso, Amsterdam

Dutch text below (texte Français ci-dessous) This recording of the Transport XX one-minute film presentation last year (Nov. 28, 2010) in Paradiso in Amsterdam was uploaded today.

Amsterdam – Paradiso Nov. 28, 2010 – The One Minutes – Where history starts …

November 28, 2010 the Dutch Museum of National History and The One Minutes presented a selection of videos about Dutch History in Paradiso, Amsterdam. Artists and art students were asked to make a one minute video about where history starts. The videos were shown at the ‘Waar Geschiedenis Begint Show’ (Where history starts). Special host is artist and theater director Steven de Jong. Multiple screens at opposite sides in Paradiso offered a good view for everyone on the show.

Trailer – ‘Where History Starts Show’

“Transport XX”

This short! documentary is a video impression (February 28th, 2009) of the confrontation of passers-by with the TRANSPORT XX installation in Brussels, that presented photographic portraits of 1,200 of the 1,631 Jewish prisoners deported with the 20th train convoy to Auschwitz in 1943.

Below the original 1 minute film Transport XX – face to face

On April 19, 1943  at 10 p.m. the 20th train convoy departed the Dossin barracks (Kazerne Dossin) in Mechelen (Belgium) with 40 cattle cars crammed with 1631 Jewish men, women and children for Auschwitz (Poland). The in Belgium captured Jews were over 90% ‘foreigners’ (with no Belgian nationality) who either when war broke out or (many) years earlier had fled from mainly Eastern Europe, Germany and Holland to Belgium. Half an hour after the departure of this transport XX three young Belgians from Brussels,  Youra Livschitz, Jean Franklemon and Robert Maistriau  stopped the train between Boortmeerbeek and Haacht,  opened one of the cars and liberated 17 prisoners. Later before the train reaches the German border over 200 other prisoners decide to attempt to escape and also jump out of the cars. In total 233 people attempted to escape, and 188 did succeed. Unfortunately also 26 were killed and 89 others recaptured and interned or put on future trains to Auschwitz. This 20th transport arrived at Auschwitz on April 22. Only 153 of those on board survived this death camp.

This was the only documented attack on a death train during the Shoah. Continue reading

Transport XX …1943 @ The One Minutes film festival | imichel•com | 20101124

Transport XX – Jews deported to Auschwitz in 1943 | TheOneMinutes – Waar Geschiedenis Begint | Storyboard (2-fps) © michelvanderburg 2010 — Some Rights Reserved – Creative Commons license: Attribution-Share Alike

English description below

NL (dutch)

De ‘one minute’ documentaire “Transport XX – Jews deported to Auschwitz in 1943” is geselecteerd voor het filmfestival ‘The One Minutes / Waar Geschiedenis Begint’ van het Nationaal Historisch Museum and The One Minutes, op 28 november 2010 in Paradiso in Amsterdam.
Deze ‘one minute cut’ is een bewerking van de eerder in 2009 op youtube/channel012 verschenen video “TRANSPORT XX – installation Brussels”. Speciaal voor het One Minutes festival werd de oorspronkelijke film van ca. 3 minuten (2 min 50 sec) ingekort tot 1 minuut.

Meer over het ‘The One Minutes / Waar Geschiedenis Begint’ project
Waar begint geschiedenis?
Het Nationaal Historisch Museum en The One Minutes vroegen filmmakers en studenten van Nederlandse Kunstopleidingen om een one minute video te maken over waar hun geschiedenis begint. Bijvoorbeeld bij de naam van hun grootmoeder, de straat waarin ze wonen of beelden van verlies, liefde, trouw en inzicht.
Op 28 November presenteren Het Nationaal Historisch Museum en The One Minutes de meest bijzondere geschiedenisfilms van één minuut in de “Waar Geschiedenis Begint” Show in Paradiso in Amsterdam. Gastheer is kunstenaar en theatermaker Steven de Jong.
De films verschijnen ook op DVD, en Avro KunstUur zendt wekelijks een kleine selectie van de historische one minutes uit op zaterdag tussen 17.00 en 18.00 uur op Ned. 2.

Over “Transport XX – Jews deported to Auschwitz in 1943”
Deze korte! documentaire is een video impressie (28 februari 2009) van de confrontatie van voorbijgangers met de TRANSPORT XX installatie in Brussel: 1200 fotografische portretten van joden gedeporteerd naar Auschwitz in 1943.
Op 19 april 1943 deporteerde het 20ste treinkonvooi 1631 joodse gevangenen van de Kazerne Dossin in Mechelen (België) naar Auschwitz-Birkenau (Polen).
Deze in België gevangen genomen joden waren afkomstig uit België en ook Nederland en andere Europese landen.
Een op de zeven van de gedeporteerden wist te ontsnappen; ondermeer door de verzetsactie van de drie Brusselse jongemannen – Youra Livschitz, Jean Franklemon and Robert Maistriau – die het konvooi ‘s nachts tot staan brachten na Boortmeerbeek – niet ver van Mechelen.
Het project TRANSPORT XX is een constructie waarin de portretten getoond worden van 1200 van de 1631 gevangenen van dit 20ste konvooi.
De TRANSPORT XX installatie in Brussel werd van 27 januari tot 15 maart 2009 georganiseerd door het BELvue Museum in samenwerking met de Kazerne Dossin / Joods Museum van Deportatie en Verzet. De fotografische portretten werden buiten gepresenteerd langs het “Park van Brussel” (Warandepark) tegenover het Koninklijk Paleis. Op deze wijze werden voorbijgangers geconfronteerd met de 1200 gezichten van de slachtoffers.

Credits

Dank je wel: Marjan Verplancke en andere medewerkers van Kazerne Dossin / Joods Museum van Deportatie en Verzet in Mechelen, België en het project “Give them a Face”.
Vanwege het speciale ‘format’ van de ‘The One Minutes’ zijn in deze 1-minuut versie de titel en credits achterwege gelaten in het beeldmateriaal (de film zelf), en wordt de titel pas bij vertoning toegevoegd.
De Kazerne Dossin digitaliseerde de foto’s van Dossin gevangenen, die meestal afkomstig zijn uit het Belgische Algemeen Rijksarchief – Dossiers Vreemdelingen Politie.
Met het project “Geef ze een gezicht” tracht Kazerne Dossin om zoveel mogelijk portretten van gedeporteerden samen te brengen, om hen hun gezicht terug te geven, en de herinnering levend te houden.

Over het Storyboard (2fps) van de 1-minuut video
Het ‘framework’ (de opbouw) van de video wordt getoond in een collage die is samengesteld uit de opeenvolgende bemonsterde frames die elk staan voor een halve seconde van de feitelijke video (2fps: 2 frames per seconde).

Achtergrond
1) Release: De ‘oneminute’ versie werd 8 oktober 2010 voor het eerst uitgebracht bij theoneminutes. Na het festival zal deze ‘one minute’ online vertoond worden.
2) Een eerste langere versie van deze film (2 min 50 sec) met de titel “TRANSPORT XX – installation Brussels” wordt sinds 19 april 2009 (precies 66 jaar na de deportatie) via youtube/channel012 getoond, en werd in 2009 ook opgenomen in de collectie van het Joods Museum van Deportatie en Verzet (Kazerne Dossin, Mechelen, België) als digitaal bestand en als DVD-video. Van deze originele versie verscheen onlangs tevens een ‘final cut’ (met nieuwe credits en enkele edit correcties, onder de titel “Transport XX – face to face”) in de ‘New Arrivals’ — een samenwerkingsproject van de NTR/NPS (Nederlandse Publieke Omroep) en het IFFR (International Film Festival Rotterdam). Hierover volgt binnenkort meer in dit blog.
3) Herinneringen van de Nederlandse dokter Louis Micheels (die met zijn verloofde op dit transport was en de holocaust overleefde) verschenen in zijn boek: ‘Dokter 117641’ – Louis J. Micheels (ISBN 90 263 1029 3)
4) De overval op de 20e deportatietrein naar Auschwitz wordt verder beschreven in ‘Stille rebellen’ – Marion Schreiber (ISBN 90 450 07347)

Links / Refs zoz

English

The ‘one minute’ documentary “Transport XX – Jews deported to Auschwitz in 1943″ has been selected for the film festival ”The One Minutes / Waar Geschiedenis Begint” of the dutch Museum of National History and The One Minutes, in Paradiso, Amsterdam on November 28, 2010.
This ‘one minute cut’ is a reworking of the video “TRANSPORT XX – installation Brussels” presented earlier in 2009 at youtube/channel012. For this special ‘The One Minute’ edition, the original film of around 3 minutes was edited to a 1-minute cut.

More about the ‘The One Minutes / Waar Geschiedenis Begint’ project
On 28 November the dutch Museum of National History and The One Minutes will present a fine selection of videos about Dutch History in Paradiso, Amsterdam.
Artists and art students were asked to make a one minute video about where history starts. For example with the name of their grandmother, the street where they live or images of loss, love, loyalty and understanding. The videos will be shown at the ‘Waar Geschiedenis Begint Show’. Special host is artist and theater director Steven de Jong. They will also appear on DVD and a selection will be broadcasted on dutch tv in AVRO KunstUur.

More about “Transport XX – Jews deported to Auschwitz in 1943”
This short! documentary is a video impression (February 28th, 2009) of the confrontation of passers-by with the TRANSPORT XX installation in Brussels, that presented 1200 photographic portraits of Jews deported to Auschwitz in 1943. On 19 April 1943 the 20th train convoy deported 1,631 Jews from the Dossin Barracks in Malines (Belgium) to Auschwitz (Poland). These in Belgium captured Jews were orginally from both Belgium, Holland and other European countries.
One out of seven of these deportees managed to escape, among others by the act of resistance of the three young men — Youra Livschitz, Jean Franklemon and Robert Maistriau — who stopped the convoy that night after Boortmeerbeek (near Malines).
The project TRANSPORT XX is a construction depicting the portraits of 1,200 of the 1,631 prisoners deported on this 20th convoy.
The TRANSPORT XX installation in Brussels was organised from 27 January to 15 March 2009 by the BELvue Museum in collaboration with the Kazerne Dossin (JMDR).
The photographic portraits were displayed outside in the Royal park in Brussels (opposite the Royal Palace). In this way passers-by were confronted with 1,200 faces of the victims.

Credits
Thank you: Marjan Verplancke and other co-workers of the Kazerne Dossin / Jewish Museum of Deportation and Resistance (JMDR) in Mechelen (Malines, Belgium) and project “Give them a Face”.
Because of the special format of the ‘The One Minutes’ the credits and title were omitted from the actual video, the title however will be shown at display.
The Kazerne Dossin digitalized the photo’s of the Dossin prisoners, that mostly are from the “National State Archives of Belgium. Ministry of Justice, Public Safety Office, Foreigner’s Police, individual files”.
With the ‘Give Them a Face’ project the Kazerne Dossin aims to bring together as many portraits of deportees from the Dossin barracks in Mechelen as possible and give them back their face – and the memory alive.

About the Storyboard (2fps) of this 1-minute video
The framework of the video is displayed by a collage made up of the subsequent sample frames that each represent a half second of the actual video.

Background
1) Release: The ‘oneminute’ version was first released October 8, 2010 at the theoneminutes. After the festival this ‘one minute’ will be shown online.
2) A first, longer, version of this film (2 min 50 sec) entitled “TRANSPORT XX – installation Brussels” has been on display online from April 19, 2009 (precisely 66 years after the deportation) via youtube.com/channel012, and that version was also added in 2009 (a digital file and a DVD-Video) to the collection of the Kazerne Dossin / Jewish Museum of Deportation and Resistance (JMDR, Mechelen, Belgium). A ‘final cut’ of this orginal version (with new credits, minor edit corrections, and the title “Transport XX – face to face”) was released recently at the online open stage for short films ‘New Arrivals’ of the Dutch public broadcaster NPS in collaboration with the International Film Festival Rotterdam. More about this soon in this blog.
3) Memories of the Dutch doctor Louis Micheels (who together with his fiancée was deported with this transport and survived the holocaust) were published in his book: Doctor 117641: A Holocaust Memoir by Louis J. Micheels
4) The raid on the twentieth train to Auschwitz is described in ‘Silent Rebels’ – by Marion Schreiber

Links

Program Filmfestival URL (no longer available) http://www.theoneminutes.org/a641…Waar-begint-geschiedenis

The One Minutes URL http://www.theoneminutes.org/about

Nationaal Historisch Museum – No longer existing , mote info here URL https://nl.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nationaal_Historisch_Museum_(Nederland)

Paradiso
http://www.paradiso.nl/web/Agenda-Item/THE-ONE-MINUTES-WAAR-GESCHIEDENIS-BEGINT.htm

Joods Museum van Deportatie en Verzet | now Kazerne Dossin URL https://kazernedossin.eu/en/

New Arrivals
http://www.kortefilmonline.ntr.nl/page/detail/newarrivals/video/788830/transport-xx—face-to-face

YouTube – Channel012 URL youtube.com/channel012

Update

20111215 credits / link info

Posted by michelvanderburg – Wednesday, November 24, 2010

Republished 20220620 by Michel van der Burg | michelvanderburg•com , from imichel•com | imichel•blogspot•com | 20101124
Note 20220620 the storyboard image was originally called VideoframesWork in this post (as shown in the image) – this is now replaced by ‘Storyboard’ .

Credit (2022 format)
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