Directed by Renate Günther-GreeneSHORT DOCUMENTARY15 MinutesU.S. Premiere
FILM GUIDE2007 BEFORE THE TRACKS ARE LOST ON THE WIND
Six thousand Jewish people were deported from the Düsseldorf goods station in Germany between 1941 and 1942. The memories of the young Hilde Sherman-Zander, one of only a few survivors, fill the building once more before it is pulled down.
Female Director(s), Documentary
About the Director(s)
Renate Günther-Greene (b. 1944, Düsseldorf, Germany) worked in advertising before turning to documentary filmmaking four years ago. The Man Who Listens (2007) was nominated for the German Grimme-Preis, and 2007 Before the tracks also appeared in the 2007 Bilbao Film Festival. Recently, Renate's Düsseldorf-Theresienstadt 50 Reichsmark (2008), about the deportation of Jews from 1941 to 1942, debuted on German television.
Hildegard Jakobs, Mahn and Gedenkstatte Dusseldorf
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