The City in the Sea ~ Amsterdam Preview
Amsterdam streetview reflection in the Albada Jelgersma Gallery window at the start of the projector, just minutes before the premiere opening 11 AM January 17th 2020, of Misha de Ridder’s film The City in the Sea (Ault V – 2017). A winter morning ocean view from the falaise coast at Ault near Normandie, France. Watch an original Ault V fragment at Misha de Ridder’s Vimeo channel : https://vimeo.com/208641460
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The City in the Sea [Ault V] Misha de Ridder – Premiere Albada Jelgersma Gallery
Street view (iphone) outside reflecting gallery window – with Misha de Ridder’s video The City in the Sea (Ault V – 2017) premiere screening today, 17 January 2020, in the Amsterdam Albada Jelgersma Gallery (Seven x Seven series). Sublime 1 take 29 min video (4K) of the horizon of the ocean on a winter morning from the falaise coast at Ault in Picardie near Normandie in France (part of project Falaise).
Tomorrow last day of continuous screening from 11 AM – 6 PM. Serious art. Albada Jelgersma Gallery – Lijnbaansgracht 318, 1017 WZ Amsterdam, Netherlands – http://albada-jelgersma.com
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NOTE – Watch an original 2 min clip – Ault V (fragment 2:00 min.) published March 16, 2017 at Misha de Ridder’s Vimeo channel , here :
① memo 20190904 ~ Apples ~ Auvergne, Summer 2007, France
① memo 20190902 ~ Dogs Art Gallery ~ Entrance of art gallery ‘Galerie des Jumeaux’ , Summer 2007 in Aigues Mortes, France
① memo 20190810 ~ Sand Splash ~ Sand scatter, splatter, and water management summer 2007 in Saint-Gérons , Auvergne, France
① memo 20181205 ~ Blackface ~ One of Al Jolson’s blackface acts performed by the dutch variety show artist Heintje Davids as shown in dutch movie theaters in 1930 in the ‘Polygoon’ cinema news. The blackfaced Al Jolson starred in the very first feature length ‘talkie’ (sound film) The Jazz Singer in 1927 – with a synchronized recorded music, singing and speech. In France , right after the liberation, Robert Clary was known as L’Al Jolson français.
Footage thanks to the Open Images (openbeelden.nl). audiovisual archive of the Netherlands Institute for Sound and Vision.
FROM BUCHENWALD TO HOLLYWOOD, THE ROBERT CLARY STORY
A truly inspiring film about a Hollywood legend by Karen and Richard Bloom and Michel van der Burg .
World Premiere on November 13, 2018 at Fort Lauderdale International Film Festival (FLIFF) , in Cinema Paradiso , Hollywood, Florida , USA .
The producers of Transport XX to Auschwitz and Defending Holocaust History are proudly bringing to the screen, the inspirational film, From Buchenwald to Hollywood, The Robert Clary Story, about a Hollywood legend, an internationally known actor, Broadway star, singer, artist, author and Holocaust lecturer.
Mr. Clary is widely known for his role as Corporal Lebeau on the long running TV series Hogan’s Heroes. What is little known by the public is that Robert’s real last name is Widerman, and in 1942 at the age of 16, he and thirteen members of his family were rounded up in Paris, France and deported by the Nazis to concentration camps. He was the only one to survive, having endured 31 months in four Nazi camps and a death march until his liberation from Buchenwald by the U.S. Army on April 11, 1945. He was discovered singing in a Paris nightclub in 1947, signed to a recording contract and brought to the United States in 1949 where he met Merv Griffin, who introduced him to Eddie and Ida Cantor and their daughter, Natalie, who he would later marry.
More at the today updated site of Richard Bloom Productions – richardbloomproductions.com – and the FLIFF site at http://www.fliff.com
① memo 20180923 ~ Robert Clary Story World Premiere 13 Nov 2018 in Hollywood , FL