[NetBehaviour] Nelkengasse: Screening at the Austrian Cultural Forum London

kanonmedia alexandra.reill at kanonmedia.com
Tue Jun 25 12:51:30 CEST 2013


*NELKENGASSE*

*The Flight of the Moldau Family,
recounted by Heinz Moldau
A documentary film by Alexandra Reill*



Screening with English subtitles
Opening words: Elisabeth Kögler
Thematic table with Alexandra Reill and Tom Wade-West, Heinz Moldau's 
brother-in-law, after the screening

When
*Tuesday, 25 June 2013, 7 PM
*Admission free, but please reserve your seat:
http://www.acflondon.org/booking/?event=nelkengasse-flight-moldau-family

Where
*Austrian Cultural Forum London*
*28 Rutland Gate, London SW7 1PQ*

In Vienna 1938-1945, the buildings No 4 and 6, Nelkengasse represent a 
particularly tragic location in the 6th district of Vienna - Mariahilf. 
In these houses, a high number of so-called Sammelwohnungen were 
installed - group flats where many Jews had to move to after eviction 
from their homes. From here, 31 people were deported to the 
concentration camps Kielce, Litzmannstadt/Lodz, Kowno, Maly Trostinec, 
and Auschwitz and murdered there.[1] Heinz Moldau and his family lived 
in 6, Nelkengasse; the father ran a well-reputed leather goods factory 
in 26, Westbahnstraße. The factory was aryanized, and the family - Heinz 
Moldau then a boy of sixteen years - had to flee from Vienna. In the 
interviews, Heinz Moldau talks about his family, the threats from the 
Nazis, the aryanization of the leather goods factory and the flight from 
Vienna.

>From 6, Nelkengasse 14 people werde deported and murdered.

Our thxs go to
Heinz Moldau, Michael Moldau, Susanne Moldau, Tom Wade-West

as well as to

Austrian Cultural Forum London
Cultural Commitee of 1060 Vienna
Department of Culture of the City of Vienna

Production
kanonmedia
Vienna / Orkney Islands 2008 / 2012 / 2013

Press Contact
kanonmedia
Alexandra Reill

call: ++43[0]6991 820 70 03
mail to: alexandra.reill at kanonmedia.com
write to: 12 / 24, richtergasse, A 1070 vienna
visit: http://www.kanonmedia.com
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Photo Sources:
Left: Living room of the Moldau family in 6, Nelkengasse; family-owned, 
date and author of photography unknown. Centre: Heinz Moldau. Around 
1936; family-owned, date and author of photography unknown. Right: Max 
Moldau and an employee in the office of the leather goods factory Molmax 
in 26, Westbahnstraße; family-owned, date and author of photography unknown.

High-resolution download for press purposes only from:
http://www.kanonmedia.com/portfolio/films/hm.html

Text Sources:
[1] Cp. Alexandra Reill, Nelkengasse, in: Kilian Franer, Ulli Fuchs 
[Hg.], Erinnern für die Zukunft, echomedia, Vienna 2009, p. 162-163

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