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Cinema Olanda at The Black Archives

On 26 November 2017, one day after the opening of the exhibition Black and Revolutionary: The Story of Hermina and Otto Huiswoud, the Amsterdam premiere of Cinema Olanda (2017) took place at Vereniging Ons Suriname and The Black Archives. The film has been part of the installation Cinema Olanda, made by the artist Wendelien van Oldenborgh together with curator Lucy Cotter as the Dutch entry for the 2017 Venice Biennale. Van Oldenborgh used material from The Black Archives of the Suriname-born political activist Otto Huiswoud in Cinema Olanda.  http://www.theblackarchives.nl/cinema-olanda.html?lang=nl

 

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