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Settela | 20220629

Settela | 20220629 | Settela•Com – CC BY 4.0 | Scan camera original negative film May 19, 1944 footage Westerbork Film

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 (REF 1). More info in references (REF 1, 2, 3, 4).


Still image from Westerbork Film 🎦 2021 | 20220302 | Settela•Com – CC BY 4.0

Settela | 20220629 | Settela•Com – CC BY 4.0


1 – Westerbork Film 🎦 2021 | 20220302 | Settela•Com – CC BY 4.0 | URL https://settela.com/2022/03/02/westerbork-film-🎦-2021-complete-remastered-edition-20220302/

2 – ANONYM | Girl with the headscarf … | 20210416 | Michel van der Burg | Settela•Com | CC BY 4.0 | URL https://settela.com/2021/04/16/anonym-girl-with-the-headscarf-20210416/

3 – ANONIEM | Meisje met hoofddoekje … | 20210417 | Michel van der Burg | Settela•Com | CC BY 4.0 | URL https://settela.com/2021/04/17/anoniem-meisje-met-hoofddoekje-20210417/

4 – The Forgotten Genocide – The fate of the Sinti and Roma. Online exhibition by Tweedewereldoorlog.nl . | URL https://romasinti.eu

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刹那即永恒 – One Minute is Eternal ~ Book Presentation The One Minutes

刹那即永恒 – One Minute is Eternal ~ Book Presentation The One Minutes
Last Tuesday night Jan. 28th 2020, the publication ‘刹那即永恒 – One Minute is Eternal’ was presented by The One Minutes Foundation director Julia van Mourik at ROZENSTRAAT – a rose is a rose is a rose in Amsterdam (NL).

The book presents an eclectic range of propositions with over 500 video stills on how we think through the medium of moving image, and a preface by Wei Shaonong, Dean School of Design, East China Normal University.

“For The One Minutes, a minute is not a conceptual limitation of time, but the beginning of a new world, starting from a minute to discover and explore the infinite possibilities of video art, life and world.” — Wei Shaonong

‘刹那即永恒 – One Minute is Eternal’ presented Jan. 28, 2020 by The One Minutes at ROZENSTRAAT in Amsterdam.
Publication ‘刹那即永恒 – One Minute is Eternal’ was made possible by the generous support of East China Normal University and Consulate-general of the Kingdom of the Netherlands in Shanghai.
Image and text from (i) press release The One Minutes 20 December 2019  , and (ii) the book preview presented at Instagram channel @theoneminutes_ . Film : 20200131 Michel van der Burg | miracles.media

Upside down in Camera Obscura – 1 minute film

Walking in the biggest picture of Hollland, inside a giant Camera Obscura : the Rotterdam Cruise Terminal becomes a Camera Obscura.
Filmed at the “Cruise Terminal becomes Camera Obscura” event of the Nederlands Fotomuseum on 9/11 2011 in Rotterdam, performed by David Smeulders and co-workers – thanks to Rotterdam festivals

1 minute film by Michel van der Burg (michelvanderburg.com) first released on Jan. 2012 as “Upside down in Camera Obscura”- license (cc-by): creative commons attribution

Onderste boven in een Camera Obscura
Wandelen in de grootste foto van Nederland, in een reusachtige Camera Obscura : de Rotterdamse Cruise Terminal wordt een Camera Obscura.
Gefilmd tijdens de “Cruise Terminal wordt Camera Obscura” installatie van het Nederlands Fotomuseum op 9 sept. 2011 in Rotterdam. Uitvoering was in handen van David Smeulders (en medewerkers) – met dank aan Rotterdam festivals.

1 minuut film van Michel van der Burg (michelvanderburg.com) – license: creative commons naamsvermelding