1. Women In Art - Marcia Yerman Interviewing Grace Graupe-Pillard 1993


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    An interview with Grace Graupe-Pillard by Marcia G. Yerman - part of The Women In Art series. This interview was conducted in 1993 in Graupe-Pillard's Freehold studio; the artist speaks about the recent death of her father and the impact on her work on the Holocaust as well as her interest in those people not "integrated" into mainstream society. Politics, psychology and war are topics discussed. Cameraman: Barry Dubow This video was transcribed from a VHS originally filmed in 1993.

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    • Bearing Witness: Tosia Schneider


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      • "If The Trees Could Talk" Trailer


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        Trailer for Award Winning Filmmaker Michael Weinstein's 'supernatural' Holocaust film "If The Trees Could Talk!"

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        • W Hour - Arthur Ney


          from The Azrieli Series Short Films / Added

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          Arthur Ney, a 12-year-old smuggler outside the Warsaw ghetto walls when the ghetto uprising began in the spring of 1943, fled to the countryside with false papers to work on a farm. Almost a year later he returned to Warsaw and faced the realization that his family was gone. Under the protection of the Salesian Fathers as a “Christian” boy, he struggled with loneliness, guilt, fear and indecision regarding his “dual identity.” When the Warsaw Uprising began on August 1, 1944, then-14-year-old Arthur Ney joined the barricades and fought the Germans – W Hour is the code name for the Uprising.

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          • The Violin - Rachel Shtibel


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            Rachel Milbauer, a vivacious and outgoing music lover, lay hidden and silent in an underground bunker in Nazi-occupied Poland for nearly two years. Adam Shtibel, only eight years old when the war broke out, survived in the forest until he was taken in by a gentile couple and “passed” as a non- Jew. After the war, a recovered violin, case and photos hidden away by Rachel’s beloved Uncle Velvel became cherished symbols of survival and continuity. Saved by inner fortitude, luck and the courage and caring of friends and strangers, Rachel and Adam met and fell in love, and set about building a new life together. Half a century later, a chance remark inspired Rachel to explore her memories. Always at her side, Adam breaks his long self-imposed silence in the only way he can.

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            • 'INERTIA - Remembering the Holocaust'


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              INERTIA - Remembering the Holocaust Artistic Director/Choreographer/scene design: Karola Luttringhaus Production Assistant:Jennifer Raine Kostel Dancers: Janelle Tatum Eggleston , Andrea Lieske, Jill B. Ware, Sarah Emery, Karola Lüttringhaus, Jennifer Raine Kostel Actors: Kate Tsoleas, Matthew Winner, Annabelle Lewis, Alisa Rhonemus, Keely Kathleen Williams, Katelyn Rodinario, Thurman Burgess, Luke Nemchik Costume design: karola Luettringhaus with the cast Premiere: May 3rd, 2008, Kenan Auditorium, UNCW, NC Visit http://www.karolaluettringhaus.com/inertia---remembering-the-holocaust-08.html for more information INERTIA is a constantly evolving work that is adapted to each community that is takes place in. The work invovles professional dances, actors, chidlren, and community membes with no theatre experience.

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              • Fools Never Grow Old (2012)


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                A movie about my grandfather. It's intended to be an honest portrayal of old age in the US as well as about the way memories inhabit our daily life. Segment: https://vimeo.com/32055381

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                • Light in the Darkness


                  from Nic Askew / Added

                  The 1940s Holocaust might have been one of the lowest points of human existence. These three minutes wonder if we ‘might all hold the capacity to see light in the darkness. However that darkness chooses to appear.’

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                  • ISRAEL und das ZAUBERWORT


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                    Das Mainstream-Tribunal hat wieder mal volle Breitseite zugeschlagen und der zur Persona non grata erklärte Mensch ist dieses Mal der Nobelpreisträger Günter Grass. Was war sein Vergehen ? = Er hatte Israel`s Politik kritisiert - DAS war sein Vergehen, ... denn hätte er das gleiche Gedicht bezogen auf den Iran geschrieben, hätte man ihm frenetisch applaudiert. Die latente Info ans Volk ist also klar : Kritisiere Israel`s Handlungen nicht ..., zumindest auf gar keinen Fall in den Bereichen, die Israel nicht kritisiert haben will ! ..don`t do it, never ever ! Durch die Tage-lange mediale Dauer-Hypnose werden das nun auch die meisten verstanden haben, auch wenn ihnen ihr subjektives Gefühl etwas ganz anderes suggerieren mag. Für diese Menschen habe ich dieses Video gemacht, .. denn es enthält eine Art ZAUBERWORT, mittels dessen man dann sein intuitives Gefühl gegen checken kann. *********************** Sehenswert in diesem Kontext ist meinem Ermessen nach auch folgendes : http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fe-b6MgNM6U&feature=my_favorites&list=FLNnln_Dlir_q9lBL2tIgLvQ ************************** Die Songs aus meinen Vids findet ihr (sofern auf YT vorhanden) wie immer auf meinem JasinnaRELOADED"-Chan in der Playlist "Sounds aus meinen Vids" http://www.youtube.com/user/JasinnaRELOADED Tracks sind dieses Mal u.a. : Michael Donner (diverses) Rising Apalachia - Scale down Lamp - Wise enough ================== Übrigens : auch hier kann man DIFFERENZIEREN, denn es gibt Leute, die auf das Geld durch die Werbung auf ihren Vids angewiesen sind, ich verurteile also niemanden der das tut (wie käme ich auch dazu) .., nur ich will dieses Schrott auf meinen Vids nicht haben, und vor allem will ich von Youtube kein "Partner" sein.

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                    • "Tap Dance" by Dick Kattenburg


                      from Music of Remembrance / Added

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                      Amsterdam-born composer Dick Kattenburg (1919-1944) barely had a chance to experience life as an adult before the German occupation. Like Anne Frank, only ten years his junior, Kattenburg spent the war years in hiding. Betrayed and arrested in May 1944, he was sent to the Westerbork transit camp and from there to Auschwitz, where he was murdered shortly after arrival. Kattenburg, who died at 24, never heard this work nor most of his other music performed. It is only through a remarkable chain of coincidence that the score has been discovered. This November 9, 2014 MOR performance is the US premiere of Tap Dance with a tap dancer, and the world premiere of new choreography by Donald Byrd, Artistic Director of Seattle’s Spectrum Dance Theater. Tap Dancer: Shadou Mintrone Pianists: Kim Russ, Mina Miller Choreographer: Donald Byrd

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