A screening of Rex Bloomstein's provocative documentary which was filmed in and around a former concentration camp located a couple of kilometres from the Austrian town of Mauthausen.
KZ asks important and unsettling questions about the role of the memory of the Holocaust within contemporary western society.
The screening is introduced by Rex Bloomstein and followed by a panel discussion chaired by Suzanne Bardgett and including Dr Toby Haggith and Dr Joanna Newman, joint editors of Holocaust and the Moving Image: Representations in Film and Television Since 1933 (2005, Wallflower Press). The running time for KZ is 98mins.
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