Staatenlos - Klaus Rozsa, Fotograf

Klaus Rozsa, a well-known and politically active photographer, lived in Zurich for decades as a stateless individual. In 1956 he fled Hungary, growing up in Switzerland with a Jewish father who had survived Auschwitz and Dachau. Due to the extreme proximity of such a fate, the camera led him repeatedly to places where injustice was done.

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Klaus Rozsa, a well-known and politically active photographer, lived in Zurich for decades as a stateless individual. All of his applications for naturalisation were refused on political grounds. In 1956 he fled Hungary, growing up in Switzerland with a Jewish father who had survived Auschwitz and Dachau. Due to the extreme proximity of such a fate, the camera led him repeatedly to places where injustice was done. It was this particular quality of his camerawork that proved fateful for him.

FormatPal
ZoneZone 2
SupportDVD
AudioDolby Digital 5.1
Ratio16/9
SubtitlesGerman
LanguagesOriginal language with subtitle
DirectorErich Schmid
Runing time96
Production year2016
Edition year2017
ProductionAriadnefilm GmbH, Schweizer Radio und Fernsehen
EditorPraesens
Media number1
Original titleStaatenlos

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Staatenlos - Klaus Rozsa, Fotograf

Staatenlos - Klaus Rozsa, Fotograf

Klaus Rozsa, a well-known and politically active photographer, lived in Zurich for decades as a stateless individual. In 1956 he fled Hungary, growing up in Switzerland with a Jewish father who had survived Auschwitz and Dachau. Due to the extreme proximity of such a fate, the camera led him repeatedly to places where injustice was done.

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