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News Archive - 2007

Bridging the Divide

Methodological seminar for history teachers. OSA Archivum in cooperation with the Embassy of Canada, the Ministry of Education and Culture and will organize a methodological seminar for history teachers on 22 March 2007, 2-6 pm. Invitation and program available (both in Hungarian).

Propaganda Film in the 20th Century

Starting from April 2007 Galeria Centralis presents a series of the most interesting but rarely screened films of the propaganda genre at its Monday spring film show.

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One Man Can Make a Difference

Raoul Wallenberg - One Man Can Make a Difference
Organized by Swedish Institute, Stockholm; Swedish Embassy in Budapest; OSA Archivum. The exhibition was open between March 2 and May 6, 2007


Raoul Wallenberg's office in Second Life

Raoul Wallenberg's office in Second Life

Experimental Short Film about the Archive

Call for entries (deadline: September 17) in Hungarian


Racist films in the Roma Pavilion at the time of the Venice Film Festival. August 29 - September 8, 2007.

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OSA Archivum is on Hungarian TV

M1 on October 2 at 00.18 in MédiaMix. For further info, please visit

Hannah Arendt Institute

OSA Archivum and the Hannah Arendt Institute for Research on Totalitarianism at the TU Dresden, Germany cordially invite you to the international workshop where the invited artists, poets and authors from various European countries exchange their experiences from the dictatorial /authoritarian period and show how the political changes have influenced their artistic activities. The poets and writers will read their contributions to the anthology to a Hungarian audience while, in an exhibition the artists offer an insight into their work.
reading announcement

Friday, October 12th 2007
16.30 - 17.30 Zsófia Balla (Hungary)
17.30 - 18.30 Alessandro Tamburini (Italy)

Saturday, October 13th 2007
10.00 - 11.00 Eduard Vacek (Czech Republic)
11.00 - 12.00 Gabriel Chifu (Romania)
12.00 - 13.00 Denisa Mirena Pişcu (Romania)
14.30 - 15.30 Lutz Rathenow (Germany)

Venue: OSA Archivum/Galeria Centralis, 1051 Bp. Arany János u. 32.

Date: October 12-13, 2007

Simultaneous interpretation will be provided.

Roma collection to be established at OSA Archivum

OSA Archivum; as the official archives of the Roma Decade Program; seeks partners, contributors, donors to establish a comprehensive collection on Roma minorities in the region.

Alternative Images: Documentary as Counter-Culture

OSA Archivum in collaboration with OSI-HESP Regional Seminar for Excellence in Teaching "Alternative Culture Beyond Borders: Past and Present of the Arts and Media in the Context of Globalization" organizes the workshop "Alternative Images: Documentary as Counter-Culture" on 8-9 November 2007 at OSA Archivum (Arany János 32, Budapest, Hungary).

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International Documentary Film Festival VERZIO 4

verzio4.jpgVERZIO4 with outstanding selection of documentary cinema about human condition starts soon!

37 recent social documentaries from 26 countries in the Main Program, including 5 films in the Hungarian Panorama, and a Nick Broomfield Retrospective in Budapest, 6-11 November 2007. A photo exhibition about Roma in Eastern Europe, and an international workshop "Alternative Images: Documentary as Counter-Culture" accompany the program. For more information visit

International Helsinki Federation for Human Rights Forced to Close Down

Shortly after celebrating its 25th Anniversary in November 2007, the International Helsinki Federation for Human Rights (IHF), the foremost watchdog for human rights, democracy and the rule of law in Europe was forced to file for bankruptcy and consequently close down due to a massive fraud committed by its former financial manager.

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