Visions of Europe: People Can Die Twice + Q&A

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CertificateNot Rated
Director(s)Hamze Bytyci
LanguageGerman, English
Running Time1HR 4MINS
Extra InfoEnglish Subtitles / Age 12+
SeasonVisions of Europe

A free screening of nine short animations commemorating the Porajmos - the genocide of Roma and Sinti during the Second World War - illustrating the stories of survivors and victims. Followed by a Q&A with the films' Creative Producer, Lisa Smith.

These nine stories not only tell painful truths focusing on death and loss, they are also stories of resistance, cohesion and finding a path back into life. The title film of this shorts collection notes that “the second time people die is when they are forgotten.” But these films are a call to remember, making history tangible and alive.

Featured short films:

The Ujvari Family (2022, 6 mins)

Branko (2022, 9 mins)

I Sang Again (2022, 7 mins)

Roads Without Caravans (2022, 7 mins)

Noncia (2022, 7 mins)

People Can Die Twice (2022, 6 mins)

...They Only Take Away the Criminals (2022, 7 mins)

Memory Boxes (2019, 8 mins)

Listen (2022, 7 mins)

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