Animal Cinema short film screening in Shorts at Sea aboard The Musette ship cruising along Fort Lauderdale’s Intracoastal Waterway at the 33rd Fort Lauderdale International Festival (FLiFF), Nov. 12, 2018. I had no idea what I was filming (had not seen the program) but here some impressions of the astonishing images filmed both from behind the screen and in front. More from behind the screen posted dd 20181123 in ‘Screen’ – Link https://1-memo.com/2018/11/23/screen/
Animal Cinema is a film by Emilio Vavarella , composed of fragments of videos of animals operating cameras. All cameras were stolen by animals who acted autonomously.
More info at the site of Emilio Vavarella http://emiliovavarella.com/animal-cinema/
Animal Cinema ~ Screening : Animal Cinema by Emilio Vavarella | 33rd Fort Lauderdale International Film Festival ~ Film : 20201117 Michel van der Burg | 1-memo•com | Miracles•Media
Sunset in Hollywood, Florida (USA) following our premiere of ‘From Buchenwald to Hollywood, The Robert Clary Story’ (by Karen Lynne, Richard Bloom and Michel van der Burg) November 13th 2018 at the Fort Lauderdale International Film Festival – view from the MUSE rooftop bar of the CIRC hotel at the Hollywood Circle. iPhone X handheld video with Neat Video noise reduction.
Hollywood Sunset Rooftop Panorama ~ Music : The Dodo’s Nest by Racoon Racoon | Artlist ~ Film : 20201116 Michel van der Burg | Miracles•Media
Behind-the-scenes at the premiere of ‘From Buchenwald to Hollywood, The Robert Clary Story’ screening Nov 13th 2018 at the Fort Lauderdale International Film Festival with filmmakers Karen Lynne, Richard Bloom and Michel van der Burg in Cinema Paradiso , Hollywood, Florida , USA.
Music : LCHA DODI from the album, Light of the River (Or Hanachal) performed by Shai Perelman and Omer Horowitz. More info at Richard Bloom Productions site : richardbloomproductions.com .
Behind-the-scenes Robert Clary Story ~ From Buchenwald to Hollywood | 20201115 | Michel van der Burg | Miracles•Media
Camp Prisoner Badge W-46 Kazerne Dossin ~
A prisoner’s cardboard badge number W/46 from the SS administration of Kazerne Dossin. Jews earmarked for forced labour as prisoners in the SS Mechelen transit camp, the Dossin Barracks (Kazerne Dossin) carried a cardboard neck badge with “W” (Werk) followed by a number.
Interview with Janiv Stamberger (researcher Kazerne Dossin / University of Antwerp) filmed by Michel van der Burg (michelvanderburg.com) on August 18, 2016 at the Wiki Loves Art event in Kazerne Dossin , Mechelen , Belgium.
A still from this video (Image Ref.: mvdb20160818_182230) is available via Wikimedia .
Note : I corrected the number (from 64 to 46) in the Wiki description today , but I am not able to change the number in the file name (and the listed camera metadata) on Wikimedia.
Camp Prisoner Badge W-46 Kazerne Dossin | 20200819 | Michel van der Burg | michelvanderburg.com | miracles.media
Transport XX in Paradiso | The One Minutes Collection .
Amsterdam – Paradiso theater Nov. 28, 2010: The One Minutes – ‘Where history starts’ show…
Premiere screening of “Transport XX face to face” – selected in 2010 by The One Minutes and the dutch Museum of National History (innl) – at the ‘Where history starts’ event on Nov 28th, 2010 in Paradiso, Amsterdam (Netherlands). Host is Steven de Jong.
“Transport XX face to face” .
A video impression filmed February 28th, 2009 , of the confrontation of passers-by with the TRANSPORT XX installation in Brussels, that presented photographic portraits of 1,200 of the 1,631 Jewish prisoners deported with the 20th train convoy to Auschwitz in 1943.
More at my web site here – https://michelvanderburg.com/2013/04/19/transport-xx-to-auschwitz/
The Kazerne Dossin ( http://www.kazernedossin.eu/ ) digitalised the photo’s of the Dossin prisoners, that mostly are from the “National State Archives of Belgium. Ministry of Justice, Public Safety Office, Foreigner’s Police, individual files”
( http://www.arch.be/ )
Thank you: Marjan Verplancke and other co-workers of the Kazerne Dossin in Mechelen (Belgium) and project “Give them a Face” which aims to bring together as many portraits of deportees from the Dossin barracks in Mechelen as possible and give them back their face – and the memory alive.
This ‘one minute cut’ is a reworking of the video “TRANSPORT XX – installation Brussels” presented earlier in 2009.
Here a recording of that Transport XX one-minute film screening in Paradiso in Amsterdam.
First published Dec 2011 (20111214) online at my now obsolete YouTube channel iClip – that’s being archived, transferring content to my main channel youtube.com/michelvanderburg .
Remake produced June 7, 2020 for The One Minutes Collection.
This work is now part of The One Minutes Collection and will be preserved by The Netherlands Institute for Sound and Vision, which manages audio-visual heritage.
File name : Michel van der Burg_Transport XX in Paradiso_2020_Netherlands .
Film : Transport XX in Paradiso (20200607) Michel van der Burg | michelvanderburg.com | miracles.media .
Deportation train departure 19 May 1944 at the dutch Westerbork transit camp filmed by Rudolf Breslauer. Shortly thereafter 20 km north in the dutch town Assen, train cars are added from the belgian Transport XXV (25) from transit camp Kazerne Dossin (Dossin barracks) in Mechelen, and the combined transport with Jews, Sinti and Roma, including Settela Steinbach, continues to the east …
Filmed by Rudolf Breslauer 19 May 1944 in Camp Westerbork, Netherlands. From Westerbork film montage reel 1 (RVD cat.nr. 02-1167-01) courtesy of Nederlands Instituut voor Beeld en Geluid | OpenImages.
Deportation Train (20200414 v20200415) Michel van der Burg | Settela.com
Transport XX ~ Additional Brussels 2009 Footage .
For this film I have chosen footage of my February 2009 video recordings that has not been used before in the making of the short film “TRANSPORT XX – installation Brussels” (and later productions based on that film) – works published online before since Apr 19, 2009 at my web site(s), and collected in this 1st post : https://michelvanderburg.com/2009/04/19/transport-xx-installation-brussels/
The TRANSPORT XX installation in Brussels was organised from 27 January to 15 March 2009 by the BELvue Museum in collaboration with the JMDR / Dossin Barracks (Kazerne Dossin – more info below).
The photographic portraits were displayed outside in the Royal park in Brussels (opposite the Royal Palace). In this way passers-by were confronted with 1,200 faces of the victims.
This event commemorated the release of Auschwitz-Birkenau (Poland) on 27 January 1945.
Made possible by: Project “Give them a Face” – Kazerne Dossin: Memorial, Museum and Documentation Centre on the Holocaust and Human Rights (Mechelen, BE); and the National State Archives of Belgium. Ministry of Justice, Public Safety Office, Foreigner’s Police, individual files. Film : 20200228 Michel van der Burg | michelvanderburg.com | miracles.media