Screening “Remember, Barbara” Directed by Maureen Ragusi

9/30 10: 00-18: 00

10/1、10/7、10/8 10:00-18:00


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★NBK Sélection

"RAPPELLE-TOI BARBARA / Remember, Barbara"
World War II told by women

Women who were children, girls, adults, students or working adults, frivolous or thoughtful during World War II, today share with us their memories related to their daily lives.Above all, these women experienced not only exile, resistance, escape from the ghetto, detention, forced deportation, and loss of loved ones, but also carefreeness and lightheartedness despite fear, weakness, and suffering. First, it was about survival.By not giving in to fear and submission, their lives went from ordinary to extraordinary.Belief in the future was the driving force behind their actions.

Produced between 2011 and 2019, this documentary connects individual stories and collective histories, exploring the places between fantasy and reality in France, Germany, Italy, England, Poland, Ukraine, the United States, Russia, and Japan. They tell us about women's wars.

Maureen Ragoucy

Born in Paris in 1984.He works in documentary photography, film, sound and visual installations, and is interested in various forms of exile, cultural and familial heritage, and pluralistic identities.Her portraits are at the heart of her artistic approach, with her mission to document reality, which oscillates between dreams and reality, myth and disappointment, fantasy and truth.In France, his works have been exhibited at institutions such as the National Archives, Military Museum, Charles de Gaulle Birthplace Museum, and Les Champs Libres, as well as abroad, including the Cusco Photo Biennale and the International Red Cross It was exhibited at the Moon Museum and the Vietnam Women's Museum.She also has her work included in the collection of the National Museum of Immigration History in Paris.