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September 15, 1989 - Image 87

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-09-15

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The Shoah haunts the
German-born Gina Blumen-
feld, too. The daughter of two
survivors, her one-hour film,
In Dark Places, juxtaposes in-
terviews with survivors and
their children with newsreel
footage, historical analysis by
Susan Sontag and scenes
from plays concerned with
Jewish identity staged by the
New Artef Players of Los
Angeles. Blumenfeld is now
planning a project in stage
and film that will bring
together, in dialogue, Ger-
mans, Austrians and Jews of
the second generation.
Aviva Kempner, whose
mother was a Holocaust sur-
vivor, abandoned her goal of
becoming a lawyer to raise
funds for films about causes
that interested her. That led
her to produce the highly ac-
claimed documentary, Par-
tisans of Vilna, which consists
of interviews with women and
men who tried to resist the
Nazis in the Vilna ghetto.
The film will be shown na-
tionally on the Public Braod-
casting Service sometime bet-
ween Aug. 29 and Sept. 3.
A need to know who, and
what and why, and to pass on
that knowledge also seems to
drive the Jewish woman film-
maker interested in other
aspects of Jewish history and
culture.
"My husband's grand-
parents were involved in this
and I felt a need to capture on
film something about these
people whose lives were so
unique," explained Marlene
Booth of Raananah: A World
of Our Own, a 28-minute film.
It tells the unusual story of a
socialist Jewish colony in
upstate New York. "I'm a
mother and a teacher, and I
feel a duty to give children a
legacy, their history and a
sense of who they are," she
said.
Booth followed that project
by teaming with Linda Mat-
chin, a Boston Globe reporter,
to make a documentary about
The Jewish Daily Forward for
the now-weekly Yiddish
newspaper's 100th anniver-
sary. The film drew an en-
thusiastic response from a
Museum of Modern Art au-
dience last season, and was
picked to open the Jewish
Film Festival in San Fran-
cisco in July.
Family life is the inspira-
tion for many women film-
makers. For Mary Halawani,
who came here from Egypt
with her family in 1962, her
grandmother was an ap-
propriate focus. I Miss the
Sun, which is frequently

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