Description of the concept of the interactive historic film Nina_theotherstory


The authors of the concept are the Cewet Tov group, meaning „good team” in Hebrew. The group consists of: Ewa Jarosz – script, visual concept, decision tree, Jacek Kadaj – visual + interactive concept, mock-up, Iga Łapińska – script, visual concept, Nina Karolina Nowakowska – script, visual concept + interactive, individual interviews with users. Nina_theotherstory […]


„Chejt” – a fictionalised interactive documentary about the destructive power of ideology

author Krzysztof Wargenau, Leszek Nurzyński, Rafał Borowy 

„Chejt” [phonetically hate] is a fictionalised interactive documentary about the destructive power of ideology. It presents the history of a small town Mordy from the perspective of Henryk Przewłocki – a landlord, main character and narrator. We get to know him in 1939 at the beginning of World War II. Despite the danger Przewłocki decides […]


Case study of Interactive Filmproject Przejdź do historii

author Andżelika Cebula, Krzysztof Jastrząb, Miguel Nieto, Michał Szymański 

FilmHack FilmHack (23-30.05.2020) was the first online film hackathon organized in Poland, the aim of which is to develop the concept of an interactive educational film about the Polish-Jewish community before the war, based on the fate of the inhabitants of a small town in the Siedlce poviat – Mordów. The organizer of the Hackathon […]

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Anti-Racism Project For Unemployed Youth

author dr Michael Düsing, Heike Liebsch 

Since 1998, unemployed youth have been researching Jewish history in their home town of Freiberg and neighboring Czech cities as part of a job qualification program to become “specialists for information and media services”. Besides working in archives and meeting eyewitnesses, they also tend and document Jewish cemeteries in Saxony and North Bohemia. Project derived from partner website “Lernen aus der Geschichte”.


Investigating a School’s Name (Ein Name verpflichtet)

author Hannelore Lutze 

After the unification of Germany, the Wilhelm Hammann School in Thuringia was directed to change its name. Students and teachers conducted a research project and discovered that Hammann, a political prisoner in Buchenwald, saved the lives of 904 children there. As a result of the study, the school decided to keep its name. Students are continuing the research by trying to find people whom Hammann rescued. Project derived from partner website “Lernen aus der Geschichte”.

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