Advisory of the Board
Daughter of a survivor of KZ Außenstelle Walldorf
“What had happened during the war had paralyzed people. They could not say anything for decades. It was even more difficult to speak to each other and reach out a hand. But you have done it…Together, we are giving each other tremendous power”
Malte Rauch became known through a multitude of documentary films he had produced for WDR, i.a., about the Portuguese Revolution (“Viva Portugal”, 1975), “Aids – the African Legend” (1988) and also his portrait of Arno Lustiger “Just being Lustiger”. From 1999 to 2002 he had accompanied, along with his movie team, the occupation with the history of KZ Walldorf. His film (“Runway”, 2002) is being commended as extraordinarily sensitive analyses with the subject matter.