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|In the late 1930's, there were eight thousand Jews in Rădăuți, a small town in the Bukovina region of Romania. During 1974-76, when the photographer/filmmaker Laurence Salzmann went to Rădăuți on a Fulbright Fellowship, there were only two hundred and forty Jews among the entire population of twenty-two thousand. |
"I Remember them Now" is a collection of newly rediscovered, kodachromes. They are paired with audio from the Salzmanns' original time in Rădăuți to make a short film of the same name.