Remembrance


NEW DOCUMENTARY FILM

 

 

Bernard Lipstadt – Marie Pinhas

Le destin de deux enfants juifs évadés

 

Ce film a reçu le soutien de la cellule Démocratie ou barbarie de la Fédération Wallonie-Bruxelles.

 

Synopsis: Bernard Lipstadt et Marie Pinhas sont deux enfants juifs. Pendant la Seconde Guerre mondiale, ils sont arrêtés par la Gestapo à Bruxelles et envoyés vers la caserne Dossin, à Malines, où les nazis rassemblaient tous les Juifs de Belgique avant de les envoyer vers l’Est, vers les camps d’extermination. Bernard est le seul enfant qui s’échappera de la caserne Dossin. Marie, quant à elle, sera emmenée avec sa famille au camp d’Auschwitz, en Pologne. Par sa détermination, elle finira par s’échapper, elle aussi, et sera rapatriée en Belgique après la fin de la guerre où, un jour, elle rencontre Bernard… C’est le fabuleux destin de ces deux enfants que vous fait découvrir le réalisateur André Bossuroy dans son nouveau film documentaire.  

 


Expo & Workshops: with the Berlin artist Roman Kroke

Roman KROKE is lecturer at the Berlin University of the Arts in “Experimental Storytelling”.

Throughout Europe, Roman Kroke directs historical and artistic workshops in cooperation with schools, universities or other organizations like prisons, museums, foundations – particularly in the context of school partnerships, Europe for Citizens projects (historical memory), cultural exchange programs, school trips, study tours or project weeks.

On a regular basis, he also provides teacher trainings for the National ministries of Education in Germany, France and Switzerland.

Kroke’s artwork is like ‘a pen for Europe’ in the hands of the participants.


Exposition: Musée de l’Europe

We have a common past

50th anniversary of the Treaty of Rome
Audiovisual room (Video director: Hubert van Ruymbeke)created and managed by LOUVRANGES BROADVAST

An overview of the cultural heritage common to all Europeans, from the year 1000 to today …

Two huge screens of 12 meters face to face, a battery of 4 computers and 8 projectors project the panoramic film.


 

International Congresses: “The fall of the Berlin Wall”

Congresses were held in 7 European cities (Milan, Toulouse, Brussels, Berlin, Louvain-la-Neuve, Salamanca, Coimbra, Moster) to assess the renewed tensions between European countries and Russia, 30 years after the fall of the Berlin Wall symbolizing the end of the Cold War.

 

A film was also shot with the participation of young Europeans.
Synopsis: After the Second World War, a political and ideological confrontation existed between the two superpowers which were the United States, the Soviet Union and their respective allies. A phoney war in Europe with no cannons or guns…. a cold war!
And for the young generations, this story of the Cold War tends to disappear in a lapse of memory. It is to find out more about this period that Lucas and Emilien, two students accompanied by Ariane, a violinist, travelled to Berlin, a city that saw the concentration of this war’s main tensions in Europe. 

Documentary film

   

Interdisciplinary Congresses Arts-History-Sciences

Memorial worshop in Mostar (ByH)

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Event “Taking stock of European Memory policies”

The project has been presented to the representatives of remembrance projects selected under the Europe for Citizens programme in 2018 and 2019 and gave them an opportunity to share experience and learn from each other.

It took place on 23-24 October 2019 at Hotel Meliã, La Défense in Paris and The Jean Monnet House, Bazoches-sur-Guyonne.

The event was co-organised by The Jean Monnet House (European Parliament), the European Observatory on Memories (EUROM) and the European Commission in cooperation with the Education, Audiovisual and Culture Executive Agency.