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    ST. PETERSBURG, February 3 (RIA Novosti correspondent Anna Novak) - A film program "Holocaust in European Cinematography" dedicated to the 60th anniversary of Leningrad's liberation from the Nazi siege starts in St. Petersburg on Tuesday. The program includes films by well-known European directors featuring the genocide of Jews during World War II.

    This will be a retro show of films by German producer Artur Brauner. He worked with such film directors as Agniezska Holland, Istvan Szabo, Andrzej Wajda, Jerzy Hoffman, etc. Actors Klaus Kinski, Daniel Olbrychski, Hanna Schygulla, Liv Ullmann, Klaus Maria Brandauer and Orson Welles appeared in Artur Brauner's films.

    The films "Love in Germany" shot by Andrzej Wajda, "Be It Thy Will" by Jerzy Hoffman, "Angry Harvest" by Agnieszka Holland and Paul Hengge, and "The Rose Garden" Fons Rademakers will be shown in St. Petersburg.

    The Cinema House will host an exhibition "It Gave Them Memory and Name" organized by the Israeli Culture Center and the Holocaust Museum.

    The film show will end on February 19.

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