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The scenes in the film featuring German and French characters were shot both with them speaking their native language and with them speaking English. Almost uniquely among British- and American-produced World War II films of the time, the version of the film with foreign languages accompanied by English subtitles was more widely seen during the film's initial release. The all-English version of the film was used more extensively during the film's late 1960s re-release.
Hi. I uploaded a video and added slovak and english subtitles. But the slovak subtitles are mixed up, you know, it doesn´t show them correctly. It probably does not support diacritical marks. Can you do something about this?Here is the video and subtitles: _and_tragedy-Elephants_in_Circuses
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Article 6All films must be presented in their original language, with French subtitles. By "original language" is meant the language in which a film is or will be exhibited in its country of origin.It is for the Board of Directors to decide whether or not a film that does not exactly meet this criterion may participate in the Festival.French films must be subtitled in English on the print. All subtitling expenses are to be met by the film's producer. Moreover, all films with dialogues in a language other than English or French will be electronically subtitled in English. The screening of those subtitles will be operated by the Festival service provider.
Documentary film about the gay survivors of Nazi Germany, including interviews with three gay survivors. As many as 15,000 homosexuals were sent to concentration camps, targeted by the Nazis as subversives. The "A" -- which stood for "Arschficker" [Assfucker] -- refers to a symbol that pre-dated the pink triangle which gay prisoners were forced to wear.*** Copies available with and without English subtitles ***
2.15 Testimony (with and without subtitles)Testimony film of interviews with Holocaust survivors shown on the second floor of the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum's Permanent Exhibition called "The Holocaust". Includes oral histories with the following witnesses:Frank BleichmanSam GoldbergEmanuel TanayTina Strobos Chudson (Tineke Buchter)Agnes AdachiHelen WaterfordNorbert WollheimLeo BretholzPaulette FinkStefa Kupfer (Sarah M. Kupfer)Abe MalnikCecilie Klein-PollakAgi Rubin (Agate Rubin)Lilly MalnikGerda Weissman KleinRuth WebberBella ToveyBart SternShony Braun (Alexander Braun)Siegfried HalbreichEsther RaabChaim EngelSelma W. EngelKurt Klein 2b1af7f3a8