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by Anthea Kennedy, Ian Wiblin


Based on documents found in Berlin archives, 'Four Parts of a Folding Screen' explores exclusion, statelessness and the legalised theft and sale of everyday family possessions by the National Socialist regime. A voice, enigmatic and sometimes uncertain, foretells of, relates and recalls the routine processes of injustice and their legacy: the creation of a diaspora of household objects, scattered amongst buildings that no longer exist. As the camera probes the secrets of ordinary spaces, streets and buildings around the city of Berlin, semblances of a person and a history begin to emerge and coalesce.

original title: Four Parts of a Folding Screen
country: United Kingdom
year: 2018
genre: documentary
directed by: Anthea Kennedy, Ian Wiblin
film run: 83'
screenplay: Anthea Kennedy, Ian Wiblin
cinematography by: Ian Wiblin, Patrick Duval
film editing: Anthea Kennedy, Ian Wiblin
music: Alexander Balanescu
producer: Anthea Kennedy, Ian Wiblin