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16:00 Himmel över Libanon 99:- (Kino 2)
16:00 Pig 99:- (Kino 1)
18:00 Samma sång - en resa till Peps Persson (Kino 1)
18:00 The Father (Kino 2)
19:45 Dune (Kino 1)
20:00 Världens vackraste pojke / The Most Beautiful Boy in the World (Kino 2)
i morgon
Kino
16:00 Från Neapel till Rom 99:- (Kino 2)
17:15 Samma sång - en resa till Peps Persson (Kino 1)
18:00 Himmel över Libanon (Kino 2)
19:00 Klassiker: Stalker (Kino 1)
20:00 Nomadland (Kino 2)
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Förintelsens minnesdag
2021: Every Face Has a Name
För närvarande är inga visningar av denna film planerade.
En film av Magnus Gertten
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Sverige
2015
20 feb 2015
76 min
Dokumentär
Auto Images
Svenska, polska, norska, engelskaSvenska, polska...🔍
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Join the Raoul Wallenberg Institute and Kino on the 27th of January, the International Holocaust Remembrance Day. The film will be screened with English subtitles and followed by a panel discussion. Free admission but a ticket is needed.

On April 28, 1945, life begins again. Hundreds of survivors from the German concentration camps arrive to the harbour of Malmö, Sweden. While they take their first steps in freedom Swedish news photographers film them. Now, 70 years later the survivors are watching this archive footage for the very first time and as they discover themselves they re-experience the emotions from this special day.

Bernard Kempler was 9 years old when he came to Malmö. He survived the war by dressing up as a girl. Elsie Ragusin from New York City was visiting her grandparents in Italy when she was accused of being a spy. She was put in a boxcar and sent to Auschwitz.

These and many other emotional stories are evoked for the first time in Every Face Has a Name and the archive reveals an extraordinary blend of stories coming from Jewish survivors, Norwegian resistance men, Polish mothers with newborn babies and British spies. All united in the moment of freedom. Moments and scenes also taking place all over the world today. Endless streams of war survivors arriving to a new country. All anonymous. Faces without names.

18.30 Introductory speech by Morten Kjaerum, Director of the Raoul Wallenberg Institute of Human Rights and Humanitarian Law in Sweden. 

18.35 Film: Every Face Has a Name 

19.50 PANEL DISCUSSION

After the screening of the movie, we will host a virtual panel discussion that you can join to discuss the movie and the importance of remembering the Holocaust. For those who cannot attend this panel discussion will be available at a later date at https://humanrightsfilmfestival.se/.

We are proud to present the panel: 

  • Magnus Gertten, an award-winning director, based in Malmö, Sweden, where he runs the production company Auto Images. Since 1998 Magnus has directed a large number of documentaries, broadcasted at leading international tv-channels and screened at film festivals in more than 50 countries.  
  • Isak Nachman, Rabbi and teacher who was born in Israel and now lives in Stockholm. He has made the Swedish documentary “Nöden – en Shtetl i Lund).  
  • Ingrid Lomfors, a historian that focuses on the Holocaust from a Swedish perspective. She has among other done research about Jewish refugee children arriving in Sweden (so called Kindertransport), Antisemitism and about the children of the Holocaust. Ingrid is a Superintendent at Forum för Levande Historia. 
  • Moderated by journalist Lars Mogensen, a Swedish freelance journalist and moderator. Among other things he is hosting the radio program Filosofiska rummet at Sveriges Radio (SR). He covers wide areas including politics and philosophy. 

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Produktionsår
Premiär
Längd
Genre
Distributör
Språk
Textning
Sverige
2015
20 feb 2015
76 min
Dokumentär
Auto Images
Svenska, polska, norska, engelskaSvenska, polska...🔍
Svensk text
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16:00 Himmel över Libanon 99:- (Kino 2)
16:00 Pig 99:- (Kino 1)
18:00 Samma sång - en resa till Peps Persson (Kino 1)
18:00 The Father (Kino 2)
19:45 Dune (Kino 1)
20:00 Världens vackraste pojke / The Most Beautiful Boy in the World (Kino 2)
i morgon
Kino
16:00 Från Neapel till Rom 99:- (Kino 2)
17:15 Samma sång - en resa till Peps Persson (Kino 1)
18:00 Himmel över Libanon (Kino 2)
19:00 Klassiker: Stalker (Kino 1)
20:00 Nomadland (Kino 2)
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