Claude Lanzmann made his monumental documentary "Shoah," on the systematic extermination of Jews in Europe by the German Reich, without using any archive material. For eleven years, the filmmaker filmed former sites of mass murder and tirelessly identified and questioned survivors, witnesses and former perpetrators. The result is a 9.5-hour film that wrote film history – and counts as one of the most important films ever made.
Claude Lanzmann: "Shoah" F 1985, 566 min, OV ST/E).
The screening will take place in two parts:
SHOAH: FIRST ERA - SA 29.01 - 14:15
SHOAH: SECOND ERA - SO 30.01 - 14:15
In collaboration with De Cinema Antwerpen and theKULTURforum Antwerpen.