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Online Showcase: Credits


Stiftung Jüdisches Museum Berlin
Lindenstraße 9-14, 10969 Berlin
represented by the director Prof. Dr. Peter Schäfer
Head of Media: Mirjam Wenzel

The Jewish Museum Berlin is subsidized by the Federal Government Commissioner for Cultural Affairs and the Media.
Finanzamt für Körperschaften III, Berlin
ID-Nr. DE 200 42 91 62
Steuer-Nr. 29/33/4995

Should rights (also) lie with others, please inform the Stiftung Jüdisches Museum Berlin.

Postcards from the Past (2010)

Concept and text: Naomi Lubrich with Manfred Wichmann, Mirjam Wenzel und Michal Friedlander
Technical realisation: Dagmar Ganßloser
Design and production: kakoii Berlin

Matters of Faith (2008 permanent exhibition, 2010 website)

Film concept and text: Dörte Deimig
Direction and animation: Ellen Stein, buchstabenschubser
Production: Jan Gabbert, buchstabenschubser
Sound: Jacob Ilgner, Daniel Gilde

Web concept: Maja Lenhardt
Technical realisation: Dagmar Ganßloser
Web design: Sebastian Jaensch

Short History of Jewish Football (2010)

Concept and text: Naomi Lubrich
Technical realisation: Dagmar Ganßloser
Design and production: kakoii Berlin
Illustrations: Matthias McCombie and Pina Riederer
Copyrights: Hartmut Götze
Thanks to: Manfred Wichmann

What We Won’t Show You (2009)

Conceived, edited and directed by: Naomi Lubrich
Technical realisation: Claudia Mühlbauer, Lukas Imhof
Design and production: 4RK Fork Unstable Media GmbH, fRED, Maja Lenhardt
Thanks to: Kathrine Granlund and Cathrin Tegethoff.

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