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I Was A Slave Labourer

Start: Jun 16, 2014 07:00 PM
End: Jun 16, 2014 09:30 PM

Location: Garwood Lecture Theatre, UCL, Gower St. London WC1E 6BT


Introduced by Luke Holland (director)

Made for the BBC's award-winning Storyville strand, arte-France and the Westdeutscher Rundfunk, 'I Was a Slave Labourer' (74 minutes) is the inside story of the international campaign, which Luke Holland helped to initiate, and which ultimately secured $5 billion for over a million, former, forced and slave labourers. Key protagonists in this dramatic yet intimate account, are survivors and former slave labourers, Rudy Kennedy and Roman Halter. The film, broadcast across Europe in the weeks preceding the final settlement, is credited with contributing to the success of the campaign for belated justice. 'I Was a Slave Labourer' has travelled internationally, including screenings to mark Yom Hashoa in Israel; at The Imperial War Museum, London; the Anne Frank Haus; the Jewish Museums of Paris and Berlin, in Prague, New York and Taipei and twice at the Berlin Reichstag – on one occasion for MPs and on another, to mark Germany’s Holocaust Memorial Day. Luke Holland will attend the screening to discuss the film and the film-making, as well as his on-going engagement in the unfinished business of the Third Reich.

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