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ELIE WIESEL: MY MAN FOR ALL SEASONS

Posted 2/7/2017

THOUGHTS ON THE FIRST ANNIVERSARY OF THE PASSING OF ELIE WIESEL

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THE SCREAM OF SILENCE. ANALYSES OF THE NAZISM BY LEV DODIN AND HIS THEATER

Posted 21/6/2017

Fear, Love, Despair  drama at the stage of the MDT-Theatre of Europe

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THE FEELING OF JERUSALEM

Posted 26/4/2017

Inna Rogatchi (C). Chagall's Dream. Flying Over Jerusalem. Fine Art Photography collage. 2014. Inna Rogatchi (C). Chagall's Dream. Flying Over Jerusalem. Fine Art Photography collage. 2014. Essay on reflections on Jerusalem, its past, present and future. Version of 2017 published by The Jerusalem Moments, special international media project in commemoration of the 50th anniversary of re-unification of Jerusalem.  The publication on The Jerusalem Moments can be read here.

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HATE-CRIME IN UKRAINE? YOU MUST BE KIDDING!..

Posted 20/4/2017

The anti-Semitic hate-crimes are on rise in Ukraine, dangerously and steadily - and the world does not react at all. First published by Israel National News and The JerUSAlem Connection Report ( USA), April 2017. 

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MACABRE IN FRANCE. IN DEFENCE OF GEORGE BENSOUSSAN

Posted 19/2/2017

Inna and Michael Rogatchi's article in defence of well-known French historian and Holocaust scholar George Bensoussan.

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WISDOM OF HEART AND COURAGE OF COMPASSION: A LOOK BACK ON THE HEROES OF THE HOLOCAUST

Posted 30/1/2017

ESSAY by INNA ROGATCHI

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PAT'S SKIES. COMMEMORATING THE SPIRIT OF LOVE

Posted 21/1/2017

Special Introduction for The JerUSAlem Connection Report on the occasion of the Inaugural Opening of the SHINING SOULS Exhibition at The European Parliament 

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A VIEW FROM A CATTLE WAGON

Posted 15/1/2017

ESSAY

(C) Dr INNA ROGATCHI

Excerpt from DARK STARS, WISE HEARTS (C) book ( 2017-2018)

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The TRAP OF TRAVESTY: SHOAH AS A SHOW-SUBJECT

Posted 27/11/2016

ALARMING TENDENCY OF PLAYING WITH THE THEME OF THE HOLOCAUST

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LEONARD COHEN: THE LIGHT OF THE LIGHT

Posted 12/11/2016

TRIBUTE TO LEONARD COHEN BY INNA AND MICHAEL ROGATCHI 

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AMERICA AND ITS PEOPLE

Posted 10/11/2016

REFLECTIONS ON THE HISTORICAL RESULTS OF THE ELECTIONS OF THE 45th PRESIDENT OF THE USA

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ANDRZEJ WAJDA. FINALE WITHOUT ENDING. IN MEMORIAM

Posted 10/10/2016

ANDRZEJ WAIDA. FINALE WITHOUT ENDING. IN MEMORIAM. by INNA ROGATCHI

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YOU WANT IT DARKER - WE'VE GOT IT SHINING

Posted 25/9/2016

THINKING ON LEONARD COHEN ON HIS BIRTHDAY AND THE EVE OF ROSH HA-SHANAH 5777

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THE STONES OF MOLETAI: THE SHOAH LESSON IN LITHUANIA

Posted 30/8/2016

Reflections on the first ever March of Living in Lithuania

by INNA ROGATCHI (C)

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RUSSIA and RAOUL WALLENBERG: UNFINISHED BUSINESS.

Posted 14/8/2016

HISTORICAL ANALYSIS

See also publication at The JerUSAlem Connection Report - Washington DC, USA - 

http://thejerusalemconnection.us/blog/2016/08/12/russia-rauol-wallenberg-unfinished-business

  

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POST-HOLOCAUST LEGACY: CHALLENGES & RESPONSES - Essay by Dr Inna Rogatchi

Posted 9/6/2016

The essay is based on the presentation made by Dr Inna Rogatchi at the Jewish Cultural Heritage conference at the POLIN Museum in Warsaw, Poland, in June 2016. 

Post-Holocaust Legacy: Challenges and ResponsesPost-Holocaust Legacy: Challenges and Responses

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The Rain of Tears, and Heavenly Music from the Hell - a new film by Roberto Olla

Posted 3/2/2016

By Dr Inna Rogatchi (C)

January 2016

London

Re-published in Telegiornale della Storia, Italy

 

There are two principal approaches in the vast field of documentary cinema: an objective, absented narrative of a classic pre-1970s BBC style; and subjective portraying of phenomena and people with palpable author’s position, which becomes a strong factor of the narrative itself. The subjective portraying is very demanding job – as once it is done, the author will be always taken accountable for entire film. It can be terribly damaging – as in the case of notorious Michael Moore; but it also can be indisputably gratifying – as in the case of noble Roberto Olla, the great man of the Italian documentary world.

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