Holocaust Centers Monitors Show Robert Clary Story ~ Following the Nov 13th world premiere at the 33rd annual Fort Lauderdale International Film Festival of ‘From Buchenwald to Hollywood: The Robert Clary Story’ , filmmaker Richard Bloom has sent out all the requested film copies to be shown on computer monitors of the holocaust centers Yad Vashem, USHMM Steven Spielberg Division, Simon Wiesenthal Center , the USC Shoah Foundation and more …
From Buchenwald to Hollywood, The Robert Clary Story film premiere at the Fort Lauderdale International Film Festival Nov 13th 2018 in Cinema Paradiso , Hollywood , Florida , USA – a quick impression of filmmaker Richard Bloom’s intro and discussion. ① memo 20181130 ~ Cinema Paradiso Premiere
① memo 20181118 ~ Premiere Robert Clary Story ~ Interview (segment shown here) of filmmaker Richard Bloom on his documentary From Buchenwald To Hollywood, The Robert Clary Story by Peter Wein (Internet Radio’s WEI Network – http://www.WEInetwork.com ) and guest co-host Anne Butters – in a live broadcast from the FT. Lauderdale International Film Festival on Saturday Nov. 10th , at the Savor Cinema in Fort Lauderdale , Florida , USA.
Watch the entire archived interview at Peter Wein’s facebook here https://www.facebook.com/peter.wein.16/videos/10215054282042911/
Thank you Peter Wein for providing your audio file that I synced in post in this short film with a segment of your video stream.
More on The Robert Clary Story here https://michelvanderburg.com/2018/09/23/robert-clary-story-world-premiere-13-nov-2018-in-hollywood-fl/ ———————
① memo 20181113 ~ Premiere Robert Clary Story ~ Hollywood, Florida
More here https://michelvanderburg.com/2018/09/23/robert-clary-story-world-premiere-13-nov-2018-in-hollywood-fl/
① memo 20171125 ~ Lon’s World Premiere ~ Last week the short documentary film LON by Nina Landau had its world premiere at the International Documentary Film Festival Amsterdam (IDFA) , with showings from November 16-24th in one of the most beautiful cinemas in the world , the Tuschinski Theater in Amsterdam , Holland – a modern style mixed Art Deco , Jugendstil movie palace , opened in 1921 by the jewish polish immigrant Abraham Tuschinski (murdered in Auschwitz in 1942).
Lon Landau is a promising Jewish stage designer whose life takes a turn during World War II. He is held captive in a Belgian nazi camp, but decides to stay positive and do what he knows best: building dream worlds. LON is an ode to the power of imagination and how people maintain their dignity in difficult times.
Link to Trailer LON documentary
I first watched LON via the Belgian channel Canvas | VRT.be – which aired the film November 19th. Yesterday I watched the film in Tuschinski – and enjoyed the fine quality of the film on that big screen … and , by the way , the rich colors of the image I contributed – the picture of the oil-painted ‘Robin Hood’ marionette made by Lon Landau.
In Lon’s artistic spirit , Nina Landau shows the story of her great-uncle Lon in her short documentary animation film ‘LON’ , on a ‘stage’ of paper sheets , were hand-drawn figures , sketches , are brought to life , just like the marionettes Lon made 75 years ago for the puppet show he prepared for the children around him , living like he in the Nazi transit camp Kazerne Dossin – waiting for deportation to a death camp. Lon’s puppet show did not premiere for the children in the camp , because he was deported to Auschwitz shortly before the envisioned performance.
This 7 minute short Flemish version of ‘La Vita è bella’ by Nina Landau , and co-workers Jamie MacLean, Penelope Deltour , Gert Van Goethem , and Sus Slaets will be screened again in december in Belgium at the international Kort Film Festival in Leuven ; and next Saturday , December 2nd 2017 at ‘Kortfilms in Dossin‘ , in the Kazerne Dossin museum in Mechelen .
Selections 4×7 docs December 2017 – Broadcast Belgian Canvas TV
‘LON’ van Nina Landau wordt je warm aanbevolen door Kathleen Cools :
“Nina vertelt dit verhaal zo ontroerend, ontwapenend, eerlijk en ook vol liefde dat we vooral aan Lon denken als een kleine, heel sterke held in dat verschrikkelijke, grote verhaal dat oorlog heet.” –
Preview by CANVAS – VRT – Belgian TV – facebook
① memo 20170629 ~ Splash ~ June 29 , 2017 , Antwerp , Belgium – Premiere today of this one minute film “Splash” in The One Minutes Series of July 2017 called “Enjoy your file, download your life” curated by Studio David Claerbout and hosted by both The One Minutes , De Imagerie , and Het Bos in Antwerp , Belgium
“Splash” was made August 1, 2016 and added that day to the archive of The One Minutes.
[ Note : another copy of this 1 minute with a different soundtrack , called “Crossing” , was archived that same day by The One Minutes ]
The footage was shot September 26 , 2015 in the Greek Aegean Sea in the aftermath of storms across the Mediterranean that brought apocalyptical flash floods and torrential rainfall in nearby places.
Watch on Vimeo – https://vimeo.com/223534854
‘Enjoy your file, download your life’ will premiere 29 June at Het Bos, Antwerp (BE).
THE ONE MINUTES SERIES
In July 2017 , the series will tour museums and cultural organisations with a subscription to The One Minutes Series.
Het Bos, Antwerpen (BE), 29 June 8:30 pm
Museum De Pont, Tilburg (NL), 13 July 6 pm
Amsterdam Academy of Architecture (NL)
Bonnefantenmuseum, Maastricht (NL)
Dortmunder U (DE)
East China Normal University, Shanghai (CN)
Lloyd Hotel & Cultural Embassy, Amsterdam (NL)
Museum de Fundatie, Zwolle (NL)
Museum Hilversum (NL)
Sandberg Instituut, Amsterdam (NL)
De School, Amsterdam (NL)
WOW, Amsterdam (NL)
Reykjavík International Film Festival , 28 September – 8 October 2017 in Reykjavík , Iceland.
Reykjavík International Film Festival (IS) 28 September – 8 October 2017
Art Museum of Nanjing University of the Arts (AMNUA) in the exhibition ‘Ways of Seeing the Future – Creating, engaging and connecting – Celebrating 20 years of One Minutes’ from 26 October until 25 November 2018 .
“Splash” is selected for 8 hours of One Minute video art , by the Art Museum of Nanjing University of the Arts (AMNUA) presents in the exhibition ‘Ways of Seeing the Future – Creating, engaging and connecting – Celebrating 20 years of One Minutes’ from 26 October until 25 November 2018. The exhibition takes place in AMNUA’s futuristic Hall03 of 1500 square meters on the top floor of the museum.
Ways of Seeing the Future consists of 20 series curated by, among others, Melanie Bonajo, David Claerbout and Cally Spooner, discussing the topics of today and our near future in video art. The show marks the start of the festivities celebrating The One Minutes’ 20th anniversary in 2019.
»It cannot be ignored that the influence and success The One Minutes have achieved today, both suit and fight the trend of this fast-paced life at the same time.»
Chen Rui, Curator Art Museum of Nanjing University of the Arts.
Since 1999, The One Minutes Foundation has produced and distributed one minute videos from an artistic point of view, offering an international stage for people to create, engage and connect. The One Minutes Collection consists of over 10,000 video works by artists from more than 120 countries.
The exhibition consist of 20 series , and Splash is part of the July 2017 serie ‘Enjoy your file, download your life’ , curated by Studio David Claerbout.
Link announcement post https://michelvanderburg.com/2018/09/20/splash-in-nanjing-museum-celebrating-20-years-of-one-minutes/
Sep 20 , 2018 update post : Splash is selected for 8 hours of One Minute video art , by the Art Museum of Nanjing University of the Arts (AMNUA) in the exhibition ‘Ways of Seeing the Future – Creating, engaging and connecting – Celebrating 20 years of One Minutes’ from 26 October until 25 November 2018.