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18 Ratings

VILLAGE, SILENCED

Directed by Deborah Stratman
United States, 2012
Short, Avant-Garde, Documentary

Synopsis

A reworking of Humphrey Jennings’ seminal 36-minute 1943 docudrama The Silent Village, wherein coal miners from the Welsh village of Cwmgiedd collectively reenact the Nazi invasion and annihilation of the resisting Czech village of Lidice, a mining town itself.

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Synopsis

A reworking of Humphrey Jennings’ seminal 36-minute 1943 docudrama The Silent Village, wherein coal miners from the Welsh village of Cwmgiedd collectively reenact the Nazi invasion and annihilation of the resisting Czech village of Lidice, a mining town itself.

Village, SilencedDirected byDeborah Stratman

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Awards & Festivals

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International Film Festival Rotterdam
2012

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