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WIFAR - Wiener Filmarchiv der Arbeiterbewegung
Marko Feingold Print E-mail
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Kurzer Ausschnitt (ca. 38 Minuten) aus dem Zeitzeugeninterview mit Marko Feingold:

 

 

 
Vorschau 2. Halbjahr 2017 (Änderungen vorbehalten) Print E-mail
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Das WIFAR bedankt sich bei allen Freundinnen und Freunden für das Interesse an unserer Arbeit und 

erlaubt sich, über das vorläufige Programm für das 2. Halbjahr 2017 zu informieren.

 

26. September 2017, 18:30, Einlass am 17:45

"Die Sammlungen des Filmmuseum stellen sich vor."  - Der Leiter der Sammlungen des Filmmuseums, Herr Paolo Caneppele, erklärt die Aktion "Wien Bewegt!".

 

5. Oktober 2017, 18:30, Einlass am 17:45

"Marko Feingold" - Ein Zusammenschnitt aus dem Zeitzeugeninterview, welches wir im Juli 2016 mit ihm aufgenommen haben. Marko Feingold ist jetzt 104 Jahre alt und erzählt seine Geschichte vom Überleben in vier Konzentrationslagern der Nazi. 

Eine DVD mit dem Film wird es ab Oktober 2017 zu kaufen geben.

 

19. Oktober 2017, 18:30, Einlass am 17:45

"Der Graben" - Ein Dokumentarfilm der Langbein & Partner Media über das Schiksal der Kärntner mit slowenischer Muttersprache im 2. Weltkrieg.

 

9. November 2017, 18:30, Einlass am 17:45

"Philadelphia Story" - Ein Filmklassiker schlechthin, mit Kathrine Hepburn und Spencer Tracy.

 

23. November 2017, 18:30, Einlass am 17:45

"Zeitzeugen Portrait" - Diesmal haben wir Albrecht A. Konecny gebeten, über sein Leben zu erzählen.

 

 
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Film archive

Our archive includes numerous film, video and audio files.

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Technical collections

The WIFAR has a small collection of historic devices.

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Events

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Pictures

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More then 10 years ago WIFAR Print E-mail

has been founded by a group of film technician, historians and audio vision technicians. The function of WIFAR is collecting and archiving visual material (audio and video files) concerning the history of the labour movement as well as the culture of everyday life. Material from the time right after the First World War up to the present is included and the inventory is extended continuously by private archives and collections offered to WIFAR.

Restoration and conservation define the activities of WIFAR to a great extent, whereas the priority lies on the digitalisation of the historical movies. By this means extremely valuable audio and video evidence are preserved for the collective memory and provided for the contemporary research.


Furthermore the historical and political education is a central concern, which becomes manifest in publishing DVDs of the collection. This DVDs are used as teaching material in several schools and educational institutions.


WIFAR also is an archive, that expands itself constantly via it‘s own productions. The focus lies on interviews of contemporary witnesses and on capturing every day phenomenon, whereas both also define the content of the documentary films produced. In regularly organised public presentations WIFAR informs interested guests about it‘s collection inventory as well as current productions.


For it‘s services WIFAR had been awarded on European level with the well-established "Seal of Erasmus Media Award 2008".