Construction of Testimony

Claude Lanzmann's Shoah and Its Outtakes
 
 
Wayne State University Press
  • erschienen am 21. April 2020
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  • 504 Seiten
 
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In The Construction of Testimony: Claude Lanzmann's Shoah and Its Outtakes, editors Erin McGlothlin, Brad Prager, and Markus Zisselsberger gather contributions on how Shoah (1985) fundamentally changed the nature and use of filmed testimony and laid the groundwork for how historians and documentarians regard and understand the history of the Holocaust. Critics have taken long note of Shoah's innovative style and its place in the history of documentary film and in cultural memory, but few scholars have touched on its extensive outtakes and the reams of documentation archived at the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum and at Yad Vashem, or the release of five feature-length documentaries based on the material in those outtakes. The Construction of Testimony, which contains thirteen essays by some of the most notable scholars in Holocaust film studies, reexamines Lanzmann's body of work, his film, and the impact of Shoah through this trove-over 220 hours-of previously unavailable and unexplored footage. Responding to the need for a sustained examination of Lanzmann's impact on historical and filmic approaches to testimony, this volume inaugurates a new era of scholarship, one that takes a critical position vis-vis the filmmaker's posturing, stylization, and editorial sleight-of-hand. The volume's contributors engage with a range of dimensions central to Lanzmann's filmography and the outtakes, including the dynamics of gender in his work, his representation of Nazi perpetrators, and complex issues of language and translation. In light of Lanzmann's invention of a radically new form of witnessing and remembrance, Shoah laid the framework for the ways in which subsequent filmmakers have represented the Holocaust cinematically; at the same time, the outtakes complicate this framework by revealing new details about the filmmaker's complex editorial choices. Scholars and students of film studies and Holocaust studies will value this close analysis.
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  • Cover Page
  • Title Page
  • Copyright Page
  • Contents
  • Acknowledgments
  • Introduction. Inventing According to the Truth: The Long Arc of Lanzmann's Shoah
  • 1. Inside the Outtakes: A History of the Claude Lanzmann Shoah Collection at the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum
  • 2. Shoah and the Archive
  • 3. Composing with Incompossibles: The Jewish Council, the "Kasztner Train," and the Making of Shoah
  • 4. "The dead are not around": Raul Hilberg as Historical Revenant in Shoah
  • 5. "Traduttore traditore": Claude Lanzmann's Polish Translations
  • 6. Yehuda Lerner's Living Words: Translation and Transcription in Sobibór, October 14, 1943, 4 p.m.
  • 7. Double Occupancy and Delay: The Last of the Unjust and the Archive
  • 8. In Search of Suchomel in Shoah: Examining Claude Lanzmann's Postproduction Editing Practice
  • 9. The Real Abraham Bomba: Through Claude Lanzmann's Looking Glass
  • 10. The Gender of Testimony: Ruth Elias and the Challenge to Lanzmann's Paradigm of Witnessing
  • 11. Challenging Shoah's Paradigms of Witnessing and Survival: From Filip Müller to Ruth Elias
  • 12. "They were killing us and we were singing": The Role of Song in Claude Lanzmann's Shoah Outtakes
  • Coda. Ownership, Authorship, and Access: The Claude Lanzmann Shoah Collection
  • Appendix 1. The Claude Lanzmann Shoah Collection: A Guide to the Outtakes
  • Appendix 2. Works by and about Claude Lanzmann
  • Contributors
  • Index

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