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The Resource Holocaust and the moving image : representations in film and television since 1933, edited by Toby Haggith & Joanna Newman

Holocaust and the moving image : representations in film and television since 1933, edited by Toby Haggith & Joanna Newman

Label
Holocaust and the moving image : representations in film and television since 1933
Title
Holocaust and the moving image
Title remainder
representations in film and television since 1933
Statement of responsibility
edited by Toby Haggith & Joanna Newman
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Cataloging source
UKM
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
index present
LC call number
PN1995.9.H53
LC item number
H65 2005
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • bibliography
  • filmographies
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  • Haggith, Toby
  • Newman, Joanna
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  • Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945), in motion pictures
  • Filmkunst
  • Holocaust
  • Representatie (algemeen)
Target audience
specialized
Label
Holocaust and the moving image : representations in film and television since 1933, edited by Toby Haggith & Joanna Newman
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes filmography (p. 288-295), bibliographical references (p. 296-307) and index
Contents
  • Kay Gladstone
  • A
  • witness to atrocity : film as evidence in international war crimes tribunals
  • Helen Lennon
  • Section 2. Film as propaganda
  • Veit Harlan's Jud Süss
  • Susan Tegel
  • Fritz Hippler's The eternal Jew
  • Terry Charman
  • Film documents of Theresienstadt
  • Section 1. Film as witness
  • Lutz Becker
  • Terezin : the town Hitler gave to the Jews
  • Zdenka Fantlova-Ehrlich
  • The
  • Ministry of Information and anti-Fascist short films of the Second World War
  • Matthew Lee
  • Fighting the government with its own propaganda : the struggle for racial equality in the USA during the Second World War
  • Stephen Tuck
  • Section 3. The Holocaust documentary in film and television
  • Nuit et Brouillard : a turning point in the history and memory of the Holocaust
  • Film and the making of the Imperial War Museum's Holocaust exhibition
  • Christian Delage
  • Baggage and responsibility - The world at war and the Holocaust
  • Michael Darlow
  • The
  • Nazis : a warning from history
  • Laurence Rees
  • Kitty - Return to Auschwitz
  • Peter Morley
  • Some reflections on Claude Lanzmann's approach to the examination of the Holocaust
  • Raye Farr
  • Suzanne Bardgett
  • But is it documentary?
  • Orly Yadin
  • Silence : the role of the animators
  • Ruth Lingford & Tim Webb
  • Ośwįecim/Auschwitz : the shooting goes on...
  • Mira Hamermesh
  • Seeing and hearing for ourselves : the spectacle of reality in the Holocaust documentary
  • Elizabeth Cowie
  • Section 4. The Holocaust in feature films
  • An
  • Preparing the video displays for the Imperial War Museum's Holocaust exhibition
  • overview of Hollywood cinema's treatment of the Holocaust
  • Trudy Gold
  • Escape from Sobibor : a film made for television depicting the mass escape from Sobibor Extermination Camp
  • Jack Gold
  • The
  • Holocaust, film and education
  • Ian Wall
  • Young people's viewing of Holocaust films in different cultural contexts
  • Anna Reading
  • Living with the long journey : Alfréd Radok's Daleká Cesta
  • Annie Dodds
  • Jiří Cieslar
  • Double memory : the Holocaust in Polish film
  • Ewa Mazierska
  • For the few, not the many : delusion and denial in Italian Holocaust films
  • Giacomo Lichtner
  • The
  • survivors' right to reply
  • Trudy Gold ... [et al.]
  • Section 5. Legacy and other genocides
  • Human rights : does anyone care?
  • Filming the liberation of Bergen-Belsen
  • Rex Bloomstein
  • Journey into darkness
  • David G. Harrison
  • If the walls could speak (Les voix de la muette)
  • Daniela Zanzotto
  • Exploring the common threads of genocide : the Crimes Against Humanity Exhibition at the Imperial War Museum
  • Suzanne Bardgett & Annie Dodds
  • Toby Haggith
  • Separate intentions : the Allied screening of concentration camp documentaries in defeated Germany in 1945-46 : Death mills and Memory of the camps
Control code
57485164
Dimensions
24 cm
Extent
xxiii, 317 p.
Isbn
9781904764519
Isbn Type
(pbk.)
Other physical details
ill.
Label
Holocaust and the moving image : representations in film and television since 1933, edited by Toby Haggith & Joanna Newman
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes filmography (p. 288-295), bibliographical references (p. 296-307) and index
Contents
  • Kay Gladstone
  • A
  • witness to atrocity : film as evidence in international war crimes tribunals
  • Helen Lennon
  • Section 2. Film as propaganda
  • Veit Harlan's Jud Süss
  • Susan Tegel
  • Fritz Hippler's The eternal Jew
  • Terry Charman
  • Film documents of Theresienstadt
  • Section 1. Film as witness
  • Lutz Becker
  • Terezin : the town Hitler gave to the Jews
  • Zdenka Fantlova-Ehrlich
  • The
  • Ministry of Information and anti-Fascist short films of the Second World War
  • Matthew Lee
  • Fighting the government with its own propaganda : the struggle for racial equality in the USA during the Second World War
  • Stephen Tuck
  • Section 3. The Holocaust documentary in film and television
  • Nuit et Brouillard : a turning point in the history and memory of the Holocaust
  • Film and the making of the Imperial War Museum's Holocaust exhibition
  • Christian Delage
  • Baggage and responsibility - The world at war and the Holocaust
  • Michael Darlow
  • The
  • Nazis : a warning from history
  • Laurence Rees
  • Kitty - Return to Auschwitz
  • Peter Morley
  • Some reflections on Claude Lanzmann's approach to the examination of the Holocaust
  • Raye Farr
  • Suzanne Bardgett
  • But is it documentary?
  • Orly Yadin
  • Silence : the role of the animators
  • Ruth Lingford & Tim Webb
  • Ośwįecim/Auschwitz : the shooting goes on...
  • Mira Hamermesh
  • Seeing and hearing for ourselves : the spectacle of reality in the Holocaust documentary
  • Elizabeth Cowie
  • Section 4. The Holocaust in feature films
  • An
  • Preparing the video displays for the Imperial War Museum's Holocaust exhibition
  • overview of Hollywood cinema's treatment of the Holocaust
  • Trudy Gold
  • Escape from Sobibor : a film made for television depicting the mass escape from Sobibor Extermination Camp
  • Jack Gold
  • The
  • Holocaust, film and education
  • Ian Wall
  • Young people's viewing of Holocaust films in different cultural contexts
  • Anna Reading
  • Living with the long journey : Alfréd Radok's Daleká Cesta
  • Annie Dodds
  • Jiří Cieslar
  • Double memory : the Holocaust in Polish film
  • Ewa Mazierska
  • For the few, not the many : delusion and denial in Italian Holocaust films
  • Giacomo Lichtner
  • The
  • survivors' right to reply
  • Trudy Gold ... [et al.]
  • Section 5. Legacy and other genocides
  • Human rights : does anyone care?
  • Filming the liberation of Bergen-Belsen
  • Rex Bloomstein
  • Journey into darkness
  • David G. Harrison
  • If the walls could speak (Les voix de la muette)
  • Daniela Zanzotto
  • Exploring the common threads of genocide : the Crimes Against Humanity Exhibition at the Imperial War Museum
  • Suzanne Bardgett & Annie Dodds
  • Toby Haggith
  • Separate intentions : the Allied screening of concentration camp documentaries in defeated Germany in 1945-46 : Death mills and Memory of the camps
Control code
57485164
Dimensions
24 cm
Extent
xxiii, 317 p.
Isbn
9781904764519
Isbn Type
(pbk.)
Other physical details
ill.

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