In addition to making an appearance at the ongoing Palm Springs IFF and the New York Jewish Film Festival, all four 90-min films are set to be screened at special events in Europe and the USA.
Following his attendance at the New York Jewish Film Festival, Lukáš Přibyl will be returning to New York a the end of March. Organized at a venue for 600 guests, the Manhattan screening of Forgotten Transports will host a number of notable guests, including Nobel Prize laureate Elie Wiesel.
Released January 15 on a 4-disc DVD set, Forgotten Transports (4 x 90 min) was made in twenty countries, using witness accounts in six languages. The released DVD includes Czech version only; other language editions will follow in the coming months. The collection is available at 860 CZK; to place an order please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Created, written, researched and directed by – Lukáš Přibyl
Cinematography – Jakub Šimůnek
Editing – Vladimír Barák
Music – Petr Ostrouchov
Sound – Jan Čeněk
Producer – Lukáš Přibyl
Co-producer – Ondřej Trojan
The documentary series Forgotten Transports (4 x 90 minut) was made over a period of ten years in twenty countries and five contents. Composed of personal stories and perspectives, it paints a surprising picture of the Holocaust that reveals the range of tactics adopted by people exposed to the extremes of persecution and terror. The collection includes the following: Forgotten Transports to Latvia; Forgotten Transports to Estonia; Forgotten Transports to Belarus; Forgotten Transports to Poland.
For more details please visit www.forgottentransports.com.
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