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"Finding the Balance" - Kevin MacLeod
The Pink Triangle and the Nazi cure for Homosexuality | Oficial Trailer Documentary [HD]Jacques Broder Cohen Produções presents
An Esteban Jasper y Nacho Steinberg documentary.
Carl Peter Vaernet, a successful Danish physician who during WWII joins the Nazi party. Eventually he'd convince his superiors in the SS to develop a cure for homosexuality, experimenting with homosexual prisoners in the concentration camp of Buchenwald. After the war, Vaernet slips away finding refuge in Argentina where he manages to be hired by the Ministry of Health of the Nation.
An investigation based on the book:
"CARL VÆRNET: DER DÄNISCHE SS-ARZT IM KZ BUCHENWALD" Escrito por HANS DAVIDSEN-NIELSEN NIELS HOIBY NIELS BIRGER DANIELSEN JAKOB RUBIN
Music: GASTON ABULAFIA SANTIAGO PAFUNDI
Sound Design and Musical Supervision: GUILLERMO QUINTANA Sound: LA SONOLA
Editing y Post Production: ESTEBAN JASPER IGNACIO GUTIERREZ ARRIBERE
Script: OSVALDO CANIS
Director of Photography Europe unit and Interviews: ALAN STEINBERG
Director of Photography Fiction: IGNACIO GUTIERREZ ARRIBERE
Executive Producer: NACHO STEINBERG
Producer: JACQUES BRODER COHEN
Directed by ESTEBAN JASPER and NACHO STEINBERG
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LGBT Snapshots: Pink TrianglesUnder Hitler's regime, homosexuals in Germany were marked with pink triangles, and comprise the second-largest group of holocaust victims.
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Pink Triangle MovementEighty years since the construction of Mauthausen, one of the World War II Concentration Camps where homosexual men were imprisoned and forced to wear a Pink Triangle as a marker of their sexuality, Vangardist Magazine collaborate with Mauthausen Memorial to call for an alliance against contemporary violations of LGBTQI+ rights all around the world to reclaim the Pink Triangle as a symbol opposing homophobia and a petition to implore António Guterres, UN Secretary-General to stand up to the United Nations for the abolishment of homophobic laws.
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LGBT Snapshots: Rudolf BrazdaAfter living as openly gay with his boyfriend, Rudolf Brazda was sent to concentration camps, where he wore a pink triangle, when the laws were reversed. He lived for decades with his partner in France before publicly telling his story.
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In the late 1930's, homosexual men in Germany were persecuted, imprisoned, and humiliated. In camps they were singled out with pink triangles, and designated for ill treatment. For many decades afterwards, the victims were never acknowledged, their stories never told.
Pink Triangle | Short FilmA Nazi informant gets caught up in the Fuhrer's plan to eliminate homosexuals. When he learns his next target is someone from his past, his mission becomes a search for redemption.
A production of the University of North Carolina School of the Arts School of Filmmaking. For demo reel purposes.
*Winner Gold Remi Award - WorldFest International Film Festival 2011, Official Selection of the 2010 Cucalorus International Film Festival, 2011 Indie Grits Film Festival, & Narrative Finalist at the 2011 Reynolda Film Festival*
Jon Parker Douglas
and Chesley Polk.
Written and Directed by Ryan Jeffrey Davis
Produced by Chriss Barkley
Director of Photography Chuck Lewis
Production Design by Lindsay Senior
Edited by Amanda N. Adams
Music Composed by Conor McHugh, with Special Conductor: John Mauceri
(c) 2010 University of North Carolina School of the Arts School of Filmmaking.
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