Israel / Germany / Austria 2016, 75 min, Hebrew, English subtitles
Every year, 30,000 teenagers join a school-trip about the Holocaust, known in Israel as The Journey To Poland.
8 days, 4 concentration camps, 2 mass graves, 10 memorials, 100 teenagers in 1 hotel.
Teenagers film every gas chamber and ceremony, as well as late-night hang-outs at the hotel and video selfies. They share these videos online, adding to an ever-expanding YouTube archive of over 30,000 clips.
#uploading_holocaust weaves many of these YouTube clips to reveal a moving and troubling image of the way collective memory is formed in the Internet Age.
Previous Festivals:DokFest Leipzig
- Tue 16.05 21:30 Cinemateque 4 Filmmaker Present
#Uploading Holocaust - YouTube as the new archiveWed 17.05 10:30 Cinemateque 1 Filmmaker Present
Production: Sagi Bornstein, Udi Nir, Christian Beetz
Production Company: Udivsagi Production, Grbrueder Beetz Filmproduktion
Editing: Gal Goffer, Sagi Bornstein
Cinematography: Composed Entirely Of Youtube Videos
Research: Tamar Menashes
Soundtrack: Aviv Aldema
Music: Uri Agnon
Sagi Bornstein (1978) is a director, producer and editor. His first documentary was Kafka's Last Story (2011, Arte, SWR, SVT, Channel 2, Docaviv, DOK Leipzig). He studied photography at Camera Obscure film school and worked for all leading Israeli broadcasters before starting his own production company.
Udi Nir (1990) is a writer, director and producer. He studied at the school of playwriting in Tel-Aviv, created and produced theater shows for the Acre theater festival, the Arab-Hebrew theater and more. #uploading_holocaust is his first film.