1. iPhone 4s Dolly Shot - Holocaust Memorial Berlin


    from Mr. Dinkelman / Added

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    I made a DIY Dolly for my iPhone 4s. Here is the first Sample of how it works. Technic needs to be improved, cause it swings a bit by starting the Dolly. Captured with FiLMiC Pro (FullHD, 30fps) at the Holocaust Memorial in Berlin (Germany)

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    • Playing a Part


      from Cheri Gaulke / Added

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      As a child, Lauren Rothman performed in a play that children were made to perform in during the Holocaust. As a teen she traveled to Rwanda to learn about a genocide in which one million were killed in 100 days. Her film makes connections between the Holocaust and the Rwandan genocide and asks us all to consider what part we play when we are inhumane towards others. This teen-produced documentary resulted from an Investigative Journalism Adventure to Rwanda, a program of Harvard-Westlake School in Studio City, California and Friendship Tours World Travel, and led by artist/educator Cheri Gaulke, Emmy Award-winning journalist/producer Jeff MacIntyre (Content Media Group), and history teacher Alethea Paradis. For more info about this and other trips, go to friendshiptoursworld.com. To see other films about Rwanda and Laos visit www.digitalstoryadventures.com. Bio: Lauren Rothman was a sophomore at Harvard-Westlake School in Studio City, California when in January 2014 she accompanied 14 students on an Investigative Journalism Adventure to Rwanda to learn about the 1994 genocide. She is currently studying at Ojai Valley School in Ojai, California and will be traveling to Cuba in January 2015 to make her second documentary.

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      • No! Art Man


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        This is a clip from a film called No! Art Man by Amikam Goldman, about the Russian-born artist Boris Lurie. He grew up in Riga, Latvia and survived four years in Nazi camps in Magdeburg before coming to NYC in 1946. He formed a group of artists that became known as the No! Artists due to the critical themes of their pieces, and their freedom from any established methodology or rules for art. They showed mostly at the March Gallery on E 10th St, surrounded by several other cooperative artists' galleries in the 50's. They were shunned by the art establishment of the time due to the violent and controversial nature of their protest pieces and rarely showed at other galleries. This clip is about Boris' experiences during and immediately after World War II. I assisted with the archival research and editing. We found the film clips at the National Archives in Maryland.

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        • FELIX LEMBERSKY in color 2 of 3


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          Felix Lembersky (1913-1970) paintings and drawings Created for 'Faces of Babi Yar in Felix Lembersky's Art' symposium exhibition at The Rose Art Museum, Brandeis University, March 10, 2011; organized by BGI, Brandeis Genesis Institute also see Felix Lembersky 1913-1970: Paintings and Drawings http://www.amazon.com/Felix-Lembersky-1913-1970-Paintings-Drawings/dp/B002DL6J72 http://www.lembersky.org/ http://www.tabletmag.com/tag/felix-lembersky/ http://www.brandeis.edu/departments/nejs/events/docs/LemberskyArtPoster031011.pdf http://jewishadvocate.our-hometown.com/news/2011-03-04/ http://www.thejewishweek.com/felix_lembersky Music arrangement by Robert Goodwin

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          • Laurie Cardoza-Moore at Days of Remembrance Conference


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            • RENA FINDER PHOTOS


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              Photos from the Holocaust and of Rena Finder.

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              • Joseph Matzner


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                • Helen Wertheimer


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                  • Defiant Requiem Trailer


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                    Defiant Requiem tells the little-known story of the Nazi concentration camp, Terezin. Led by imprisoned conductor Rafael Schächter, the inmates of Terezin fought back with the only weapons available - art and music. Through hunger, disease and slave labor, the Jewish inmates of Terezin held onto their humanity by staging plays, composing opera and using paper and ink to record the horrors around them. This creative rebellion reached its peak when Schächter challenged a choir of 150 inmates to learn one of the world’s most difficult and powerful choral works, Verdi’s Requiem, re-imagined as a condemnation of the Nazis. The choir would ultimately confront the Nazis face to face... and sing to them what they dare not say. For over ten years, conductor Murry Sidlin dreamed of bringing the Requiem back to Terezin. Now, through soaring concert footage, powerful survivor recollections, cinematic dramatizations and evocative animation, Defiant Requiem brings the incredible story of this artistic uprising to life.

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                    • Marty Geller: Sparking a Fire


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                      Marty Geller discusses one of the first sparks that led him to create "Podkamieners."

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