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Cinematographic proofs
Sunday 16 September 2018
16:30
The image as evidence at the Nuremberg trial (1945-1946)
Moderator:
Sassuolo
Piazza Garibaldi - traduzione in oversound
Sala Biasin - streaming in francese

What value have the means of photography and cinema had to testify and even allow us to judge war crimes, particularly in the Nuremberg trial? In Nuremberg, for the first time in the history of law, the screen occupied the center of the trial scene.

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Christian Delage teaches at the Paris VIII University, the Institut d'études politiques in Paris and the Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law in New York. In Paris he also directs the Institut d'histoire du temps présent. He has contributed to the definition of a heritage policy for the conservation and communication of audiovisual archives in France and has dedicated his research to the status of mediation and proof of the image, in particular of cinema, as the main means of perception, narration and knowledge historical of the Shoah. He is also a director, has made documentaries, fiction, archive editing. Among his books: La vision nazie de l’histoire (Lausanne 1989); Chaplin, la grande histoire (Paris 1998, 2002); La fabrique des images contemporaines (con V. Guigueno e A. Gunthert, Paris 2007); L’Historien et le film (con V. Guigueno, Paris 2004); La Vérité par l’image. De Nuremberg au procès Milosevic (Paris 2006).
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