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The Jewish Film Foundation of Australia is staging the You Don't Have to be Jewish film festival at the National Film and Sound Archive's Arc Cinema from February 19-23. The film being screened are Hannah Arendt, Fill The Void, Broadway Musicals and
PhD student, English at University of New South Wales In 1961, German-American philosopher Hannah Arendt was sent by The New Yorker to cover Adolf Eichmann's trial, in Jerusalem, Israel, where he faced execution for crimes against humanity, war
One, The Act of Killing, a first feature length film for director Josh Oppenheimer, working with an anonymous partner, raises questions of morality, conscience, and accountability related to the 1965-6 genocide in Indonesia. As Oppenheimer explained
A black-and-white film shows a trial being called to session. In less than a second, it's obvious this is the trial of Adolf Eichmann, in Jerusalem in April 1961, with Eichmann in the bulletproof glass booth...We pull back now, in color, to a present-
That man was Benjamin Murmelstein, the last president of the Judenrat (Jewish Council) in the Theresienstadt (Terezin) ghetto, and the only Nazi-installed Elder of the Jews not killed during the Holocaust. Lanzmann has now compressed those interviews,
Suppose a man leaps out of a burning building... and lands on a bystander in the street below. Now make that burning building Europe and the luckless man the Palestinian Arabs...This metaphor for the conflict was apparently created by writer Jeffrey
The Last Interview and Other Conversations A book by Hannah Arendt To think critically is always to be hostile, the political philosopher Hannah Arendt declared in what turned out to be her last interview before her death in 1975.
This is viewer supported news As head of the Gestapo office for Jewish affairs, Adolf Eichmann organized transport systems which resulted in the deportation of millions of Jews to extermination camps across Nazi-occupied Eastern Europe. Eichmann
Kikuo Johnson Adam Kirsch Few controversial books remain controversial 50 years after they were published. But the storm of indignation that greeted Eichmann in Jerusalem when it appeared in the pages of The New Yorker, and then in book form, has not
Past allegations of Israeli spying in neighboring countries have been dismissed...The Mossad has been responsible for many daring operations in the past including the capture of Nazi war criminal Adolf Eichmann.