Welcome to “A Virtual Vilnius 2013”

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Addendum

A Virtual Memorial Riga 2012
was the starting point for next events to be realized.

Already in July 2012, Agricola de Cologne was invited to realise-
A Virtual Memorial Phnom Penh 2012
12-15 July 2012 @ META House Phnom Penh (Cambodia)
dedicated to the victims of the Cambodian genocide 1975-1979
http://phnompenh1012.a-virtual-memorial.org
In Phnom Penh, SFC – Shoah Film Collection was extended by adding a collection of films related to the Cambodian genocide

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The next event, featuring SFC – Shoah Film Collection, was
A Virtual Memorial Warsaw 2012
25-30 October 2012 @ Warsaw Jewish Film Festival 2012
http://warsaw1012.a-virtual-memorial.org

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In November 2012, SFC _ Shoah Film Collection and the collection “Cambodia” became the founding base for CTF – Collective Trauma Film Collections – the extended initiative addressed to young artists and film makers generations to deal with “collective trauma caused by totalitarianism” in order to take into account that there is no place on earth whose inhabitants are not affected.

On 7 January 2013, CTF released its first call for entries, which can be found on http://www.nmartproject.net/netex/?p=4794
deadline: 1 July 2013

Also in November 2012, A Virtual Memorial Vilnius 2013 was agreed to take place in September/October 2013 including venues in Vilnius, Kedainiai and Kaunas
http://vilnius2013.a-virtual-memorial.org

On 17 January 2013, the President of the European Parliament confirmed the Patronage over A Virtual Memorial Vilnius 2013 and ” A Virtual Memorial Brussels 2013″.

On 27 January 2013, SFC – released its annual call for submissions addressed to artists and filmmakers all over the world on
http://www.nmartproject.net/netex/?p=1549
deadline: 1 July 2013

CTF – Collective Trauma Film Collection will go in autum 2013 to Latin America – Argentina, Peru and Mexico.

Within less than one year, SFC – Shoah Film Collection
became an important initiative for Peace and Reconciliation.

It’s message is:

Never More!
Niemals Mehr!
Nunca Más!

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