Some 60 years after the end of 2nd World War, Germany is still haunted by guilt and decades has been spent debating how to atone for the six million Jews murdered by the Nazis. When will the citizens of a country no longer bear the burden of the sins committed by their ancestors?
We Are What We Lost
This short film is moving reconstruction of a specific personal experience within a given tradition to remind us of the constant interconnection between life, food and death.
Sajmiste - The History of A Camp
This is a story about a completely different time, a story about people no longer exist,a story about forgotten place of execution. About a place where thousandsof Jews and Serbs were murdered, a place of horrible suffering, death and memories.This is a history of one of the most notorious camps in World War II, presentingnew documents and interpretations, exclusive testimonies of surviving witnesses, and so far unpublished and unseen archive materials. The documentary presents testimonies from miraculously surviving eyewitnesses, former camp prisoners andfeatures reconstructions of the actual events while using archive material which hasnot been seen or published before.