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Volxkino Screening am Nordwestbahnhof

In Episode 1 erzählt Herbert Schrott seinem Enkel Sammy seine Geschichte des Überlebens und seiner Verluste während des Holocaust. Das Screening am Nordwestbahnhof, einem Areal, das in den kommenden Jahren entwickelt und verändert wird, hatte viele historische Aspekte. Im Anschluss an die sehr gut besuchte Vorstellung gab eine Filmgespräch mit Regisseur Fabian Eder.

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The Jewish Cemetery

A small group of volunteers regularly takes care of the Jewish Cemetery in Vienna 18th district, Währing. We visited them work on November 1st, 2018.

As you know we filmed a lot of different commemoration events. The mood on this day was unique and touching. For the mostly catholic Austria November 1st is a holiday that refers to the catholic “Allerheiligen”. A day on which many visit the graves of their ancestors.

During all the work I didn’t see any more impressive and intense event of commemoration. All the Austrian families, who are buried here, all Jewish, all killed by Austrians. Most of their relatives were extinguished in the death factories of Auschwitz, Dachau, Mauthausen or one of the other concentration camps. Those don’t even have a grave.

A special thank to our dear friend Niki Kunrath, who organises not only these meetings with passion – but many other commemoration events in Vienna, too.

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