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Films & Other Videos

Films with: Mandelbaum, Juan

Our disappeared Nuestros desaparecidos /
"Via a casual Google search, director Juan Mandelbaum discovered that Patricia, a long-lost ex-girlfriend from Argentina, was among the thousands kidnapped, tortured, and "disappeared" by Argentina's military dictatorship of 1976-83. Juan embarked on a journey to find out what happened to Patricia and others he knew that disappeared, re-examining his own choices along the way. Using rare archival footage, the film evokes the longing for a revolution that would transform Argentina. As he shares dramatic stories told by parents, siblings, friends, and children of the disappeared, Juan grieves their tragic losses"--Container.
DVD 7921
Ringl and Pit the lives and times of photographers Grete Stern and Ellen Auerbach /
Grete Stern and Ellen Rosenberg Auerbach met in Berlin in the 1920's during the Weimar Republic, when these ''new woman'' could--for the first time--move to the city, live alone, and not be considered prostitutes. In 1929, they opened their own advertising photography studio and quickly built a reputation for their unconventional depictions of women. While the two pioneers are deeply serious about their endeavors, they attribute their success to their talent, not avant-garde posing. They simply took advantage of living in a breakthrough era centered on the Bauhaus, with its adventurous and functional melding of art, science, and technology.
DVD 7844