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Harbour of Hope

French survivors from ‘ghostship’ Homberg identified

70 years after the German ‘ghostship’ S/S Homberg reached Malmö harbour new information about its cargo of war-torn WWII survivors has been unveiled. We are now able to identify several survivors who were caught on camera upon their arrival in 1945. In the last scenes of Harbour of Hope archive pictures show the ship’s arrival [...]

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Screenings in South Africa

We look forward to honouring Harbour of Hope hero Irene Krausz-Fainman with three screenings in South Africa, her home country. The film will screen in both Johannesburg, Durban and Cape Town. Irene Krausz-Fainman, who is portrayed in the film, will be present for all screenings together with Director Magnus Gertten. The details for the screenings [...]

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Harbour of Hope screenings in USA

Harbour of Hope continue reaching new audiences around the world. We are very happy that people in Maine, USA now have the opportunity to see the film Harbour of Hope will screen at the upcoming Maine Jewish Film Festival happening in March. Precise screening dates are: Monday, March 24 at 5:30pm at Nickelodeon (The screening [...]

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Harbour of Hope premiere in Australia

After successful festival screenings in France, Armenia and UK during Fall 2013, Harbour of Hope will continue to reach an international audience in 2014. Harbour of Hope will have its Australian premiere in March at the Holocaust Film Series, and have the following screenings: Harbour of Hope in Sydney: Sunday, March 23, 2014 at 12:00 [...]

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Harbour of Hope broadcasted by ARTE

After successful festival screenings in France, Armenia and UK during Fall 2013, Harbour of Hope will continue to reach an international audience in 2014. Harbour of Hope will be broadcasted by the French & German broadcaster ARTE. First broadcast is scheduled for January 7, 2014. Re-runs will follow in the coming period. Following the broadcast [...]

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Festival screenings in France, UK and Armenia

This Fall Harbour of Hope will continue its international screening tour on film festivals. The film is selected for festivals in both France, UK and Armenia. Harbour of Hope will be shown at War On Screen Film Festival in France in October. Director Magnus Gertten will be present for the screenings at the War On [...]

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Harbour of Hope at Stanford University

Harbour of Hope will be shown at Stanford University. In connection with the screening, Director Magnus Gertten has been invited as a guest speaker at the university. The screening and talk is happening in connection with an special evening celebrating Sweden’s diverse cultures. The screening and special event is taking place on May 6th 2013 [...]

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Harbour of Hope at BAFICI in Buenos Aires

Harbour of Hope is selected to screen at the BAFICI film festival in Buenos Aires, Argentina. The Festival is renowned as an essential means of promotion for independent film production, where the most innovative, daring and committed films can be shown. The Harbour of Hope teams is looking forward to have the film screened in [...]

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Harbour of Hope selected for top 10 best documentaries

After the many nice festival screenings, TV premieres and great reviews we are happy to leave 2012 with one more “feather in the hat”. Docs and Film Festivals, the web site for documentary & film festival enthusiasts, have included Harbour of Hope in their yearly top 10 list with best documentaries. Feels like a nice [...]

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More people will see Harbour of Hope in 2013

After a great 2012 we are happy to annunce that luckily many more people will get to see Harbour of Hope in 2013. Already now we have confirmed that broadcasters in Australia, Slovenia and Brazil will screen the film. Currently negotiations with other broadcasters are happening. We look forward to update you on more countries [...]

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