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BELZEC

by Guillaume Moscovitz

synopsis

Belzec is about a forgotten concentration camp. The destruction of History in Belzec is the consequence of a decided, organised and programmed erasing of the traces of the Jewish extermination in Europe by Nazis. Filming the aftereffects of this erasing, Belzec is about the violence of the present we live in.

original title: Belzec
country: France
sales agent: Playtime
year: 2005
genre: documentary
directed by: Guillaume Moscovitz
film run: 100'
release date: FR 23/11/2005
screenplay: Guillaume Moscovitz
cinematography by: Guillaume Schiffman, Stéphane Massis, Guillaume Genini, Carlo Varini, Malick Brahimi
film editing: Lise Beaulieu, Marie Liotard, Claire Le Villain
costumes designer: Gil Lesage
music: Marine Bercot, Laurent Marimbert
producer: Jean Bigot
production: VLR Productions, France 3 Cinéma
distributor: Ad Vitam
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