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Second Hand Memory

Can trauma be healed through art? Does it pass from generation to generation and how can we break the cycle? In this episode of the podcast, we look at memory, family history and inherited trauma through the eyes of artists and thinkers from around the world, who have investigated the impact of these issues in their work.

 

Hosted by Artistic Director Josephine Burton, with award-winning filmmaker Mark Rosenblatt, twice Booker-nominated Nigerian writer Chigozie Obiama, theatre director Maja Milatović-Ovadia (originally from former Yugoslavia, now based in the UK), Russian actress and filmstar Oksana Mysina, Berlin-based Argentinian artist Silvina Der Meguerditchian, poet Stephen Watts, clinical psychologist Dr Sarah Lack and William Peterfield Trent Professor of English and Comparative Literature at Columbia University Marianne Hirsch.

 

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Watch the trailer for Mark Rosenblatt's short film GANEF here. The film is currently available to watch online at:

 

Norwich Film Festival (online) until November 29th 

https://watch.norwichfilmfestival.co.uk/film/ganef/

 

Flickers' Roving Eye International Film Festival on November 30th, alongside many other films exploring issues raised by this podcast. 

http://www.film-festival.org/RovingEye_JewishExperienceFALL2020.php

 

Music credits:

Intro music: Fakiiritanssi by Marouf Majidi

Outro music: On the Edge of your Spring by Sasha Ilyukevich

 

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