Music for 'Through Lotte's Lens' directed by Tony Britten

Meyn, N. (2018) Music for 'Through Lotte's Lens' directed by Tony Britten. Capriol Films.

Abstract

Norbert Meyn acted as musical advisor and performed music for this film directed by Tony Britten. Through Lotte’s Lens tells the extraordinary story of the ‘Hitler Émigrés’, the refugees – mainly Jewish who escaped the Nazi regime in the 1930s and found refuge in the UK. Despite many of them being interned on the Isle of Man after war broke out, they brought a richness of endeavour and achievement to this country that still resonates today. Musicians, actors, artists, architects, scientists, historians shared a belief in the power of democracy and a loyalty to the country that had welcomed them. Told through the portal of Austrian portrait photographer; Lotte Meitner-Graf, this is a story which is both engaging and thought provoking and the film’s epilogue, featuring the extraordinary sculptures of Ana Maria Pacheco underlines the contemporary resonance of the plight of the immigrant and the importance of nations closing neither their eyes nor their doors. Through Lotte's Lens has been screened on Sky Arts and is available now on DVD.

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