Saul Friedläder

When memory comes


a documentary by Frank Diamand

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Saul Friedläder

 

Saul Friedländer

 

 

 

Saul Friedländer writing in LA

 

 

 

Saul Friedländer with his parents

 

 

 

Audience at the NIOD (Dutch Institute for War Documentation) waiting for lecture Saul Friedländer.

 

 

 

Lecture Saul Friedländer

 

 

 

Director Frank Diamand and Saul Friedländer at the Hollandse Schouwburg

 

 

 

... watching a recording of the theatre production CAMP produced by the theatre group ‘Hotel Modern’

 

 

... in the screeningroom

 

 


... watching the American tv-series 'Holocaust'


 

Saul Friedländer at the Swiss border

 

 

Contact





Interakt
Bakkerstraat 10
1017 CW Amsterdam
tel. 020 6237982
interakt@interakt.nl

Diamands & Friends Productions
Van Diemenstraat 410
1013 CR Amsterdam
f.diamand@worldonline.nl

News




October 25th

Different Screenings

 

May 18 Saul Friedländer will receive the DAN DAVID AWARD, something comparable to a Nobel Prize for History, with a one million dollar cheque attached. He shares the award with the French historian Pierre Nora and the Polish social activist and theater producer Kryztof Czyzewski. In the framework of Friedländer being one of the laureates 'When memory comes' will be screened at Yad Vashem ( the ‘World center for Documentation, Research, Education and Commemoration of the Holocaust’) in Jerusalem and the University of Tel Aviv. A Hebrew version of the film is in the offing.

In the Netherlands the film was shown at several  Universities and in January 2013 it had a screening at the University of Wolverhampton where the director Frank Diamand had been invited to give the Holocaust Memorial Lecture. It was selected for the Jewish Film Festival Jerusalem 2013 had a screening February 13, 2014 in London at the Wiener Library, the world's oldest institution devoted to the study of the Holocaust, its causes and legacies.

Next summer the film will be part of a nine-day residential workshop for PhD students the Holocaust Research Centre at  the Royal Holloway, University of London will be running.

 

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