Personal story of a man born in Terezín concentration camp who became a co-founder of political movement that won the first democratic parliamentary elections in Slovakia (1990), this journalist and film documentarist Fedor Gál, focuses on the theme of ethnical, racial, national intolerance and the Holocaust. The project contains documentary film, texts, videos, photos and testimonies of various individuals about the Death March from German Sachsenhausen in 1945.
The main goal of the project is to inform, catch and keep attention of young generation during their leisure time. The workshops happen in 8 Slovak cities and provide it’s audience with the possibility to be actively involved in the themes of humanism, and the Holocaust by creating an essay, photo story, film, drawings, paintings, computer presentations, collage etc..
PARTNERS: Milan Simecka Foundation, Holocaust Documentary Center in Bratislava, Centre for Leisure Time Activities Stara Lubovna and FilmFrame.
PARTICIPANTS: Youth from Slovaks’Centres for Leisure Time Activities (Stará Ľubovňa, Košice, Žilina, Banská Bystrica, Čadca, Žiar nad Hronom) and private Slavic High School in Bratislava.
REALIZATION: September-December 2011, Slovakia.
Supported by: government office 2001, Slovakia.