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It took Jack Fuchs, one of the last survivors of the Holocaust living in Jack Fuchs, at his lucid 88 years of age, is one of the few survivors of the extermination camps during the Second World War who, today, lives in Buenos Aires. Born in Lodz, Poland, he was imprisoned for four years in one of Lodz’s ghettos. Later, he was sent to Dachau and to Auschwitz. At the end of the war, at the age of 21 he managed to escape despite the extermination of his entire family. After four decades and revisiting Lodz, Poland, he began telling his touching story. The movie is a testimony of his experience along with different cinematographic resources which will connect aesthetics of pictorial animation, family archives and interviews. 

Filmul va fii difuzat in data de 19 Octombrie la ora 19:00.

Genul Filmului: Documentary/Holocaust

Durata Filmului este de 75 de minute.

Limba originala a filmului: Spanish

Regia: Tomás Lipgot

Scenariu: Tomás Lipgot

Imaginea: Tomás Lipgot

Montajul: Leandro Tolchinsky

Distributia: Jack Fuchs

Producator: Tomás Lipgot

Premii/Festivaluri: International Festival of New Latin American Cinema, Havana, Cuba / Jewish Film Festival of Punta del Este, Uruguay / Vancouver Jewish Film Festival, Canada / Jewish Film Festival, Buenos Aires, Argentina / CineB Festival, Santiago de Chile

Tara in care a fost filmat: Argentina

Despre regizor: Tomás Lipgot was born in Neuquén in 1978. He studied film and arts at the University of Cinema and multimedia production studies at the Music School of Buenos Aires (EMBA). His works have been shown at more than fifty international film festivals and have won several prizes and mentions. He created his first feature film Safe in 2004. In 2009 he founded Duermevela, his own film production company. In 2010 he made his first documentary Fortresses which won, in 2011, the top prize at the 11th Fenavid in Bolivia, the country’s largest and most important film festival. Also in 2012 he premiered Ricardo Becher, the final stage. In 2011 he produced Moacir which won the "Best documentary" prize at the 29 Rencontres du cinéma Latino-Américain in Bordeaux, France 2012. In 2012 he premiered The tree that grows on the wall about Jack Fuchs, a Holocaust survivor who lives in Argentina.


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