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Settela 1′


One minute slow-motion of the moment the 9-year-old Settela Steinbach peeks outside in the cattle car door opening on the Westerbork death train bound for Auschwitz – May 19 , 1944 . ① memo 20170725 Michel van der Burg – michelvanderburg.com | 1-memo.com
( unbranded version of video added today to the archives of The One Minutes / Netherlands Institute for Sound and Vision )

Settela


① memo 20170721 ~ Settela ~ The 9-year-old dutch Sinti-girl Anna Maria ‘Settela’ Steinbach peeks outside , at the last moment just before the sliding door is closed , standing inside a freight wagon with 74 people on May 19 , 1944 in the Westerbork concentration camp in Holland , when this deportation train leaves for Auschwitz-Birkenau – where Settela is murdered a few months later in one of the gas chambers. Here she wears a headscarf made from a torn sheet, because the Nazis had her head shaved , and while Settela peeks outside , her mother cries behind her in the car : “Get out of there, or soon your head gets in between!”
She was filmed by the jewish prisoner filmmaker Rudolf Breslauer as part of a documentary film being made on the Westerbork camp. More info here http://romasinti.eu/#story/settela-steinbach
In this short film I start with a slow-motion (10x) of the 3 seconds clip, followed by the unedited clip from the Westerbork 1944 film rushes / Rudolf Breslauer / Netherlands Institute for Sound and Vision (Open Images)

Tiroler Fasnacht – Carnival – in Igls

Tyrolean nomads are not forgotten during the fifth season.

Tirol, Igls (Innsbruck, Austria) at least once a year does not give up its gypsies – the indigenous nomads or ‘Jenische’. They play an important role in the carnival – especially in the uplands , where this minority once had its main centers . The ‘ Karner ‘ travellers with handcarts have survived as traditional figures of Tyrolean Fasnacht on Unsinnigen Donnerstag (‘Foolish Thursday’) when borderless liberty, the other, and free-spirited persons are celebrated.

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Tiroler Fasnacht - Carnival - Karner 2008. Image : BUM10040V01 michelvanderburg.com

Tiroler Fasnacht – Carnival – Karner 2008. Image : BUM10040V01 michelvanderburg.com

EN – “Tiroler Fasnacht 2008 in Igls” — Tirolean carnival
On ‘Foolish Thursday’ (“Unsinniger Donnerstag”) the ‘Karrner’ – men dressed up as old men and old women pulling a cart – go out on the town in a cabaret-like show with characteristic masks, music and dancing in the small village of Igls, near Innsbruck in Tyrol (Austria). Video reportage (January 31, 2008) : Michel van der Burg (michelvanderburg.com) — Some Rights Reserved (CC BY 4.0).  See the ‘Further readings’ below.

DE – Tiroler Fasnacht 2008 in Igls
“Unsinniger Donnerstag” — Karrner (Männer verkleidet als alte Männlein oder alte Weiblein die einen Karren mit sich ziehen) machen die Strassen von Igls unsicher. Eine traditionsreiche Straßenfastnacht mit Musik und schöne Larven (Masken), und Fasnachtkostüme durch die Dorfmitte in Igls (Innsbruck, Tirol, Österreich) am 31 Jänner 2008. Video reportage : Michel van der Burg (michelvanderburg.com) — Einige Rechte vorbehalten (CC BY 4.0). Extra Info Unten.

Storyboard video reportage 'Tiroler Fasnacht  -  Unsinniger Donnerstag 2008 in Igls'. Image : BUM10038V01 michelvanderburg.com

Storyboard video reportage ‘Tiroler Fasnacht – Unsinniger Donnerstag 2008 in Igls’. Image : BUM10038V01 michelvanderburg.com

Further readings

* Extra info carnival figures in “der Igel” #12 – 2010
* Fasnacht in Nordtirol und Südtirol (2010) Thomas Nußbaumer
* Tiroler Jenische – marginalisierte Protagonisten der fünften Jahreszeit by Lisa Burtscher (Jan 28, 2013 in provinnsbruck.at)
* Unbekanntes Volk – Sinti und Roma – by Martha Verdorfer
* Jenische – DE , wikipedia.org

Video from previous years 

Watch  Fasnacht in Igls, Innsbruck  at this site in previous years :
2005 (1 min)
2006 (2 min)
2007 (4 min)

Notes

First posted via blog www.imichel.com on May 06, 2008 (with info updates on 20090630, 20101130, 20120122.
Mar 5, 2014 Update with links to videos from previous years (2005-2007)