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'''Kelsey Irvine''' is a [[Canadian people|Canadian]] film producer.<ref name=thepeterboroughexaminer2016-01-14/>  In 2016 she was an associate producer of ''[[Spectres of the Shoah]]'', a documentary about [[film director]] [[Claude Lanzmann]], best known for his 1985 documentary about the Nazi extermination of Jewish people, [[Shoah (film)|Shoah]].
 
'''Kelsey Irvine''' is a [[Canadian people|Canadian]] film producer.<ref name=thepeterboroughexaminer2016-01-14/>  In 2016 she was an associate producer of ''[[Spectres of the Shoah]]'', a documentary about [[film director]] [[Claude Lanzmann]], best known for his 1985 documentary about the Nazi extermination of Jewish people, [[Shoah (film)|Shoah]].
  
Irvine and a film crew lead by director/producer [[Adam Benzine]] interviewed Lanzmann, for the film, in 2015.<ref name=thepeterboroughexaminer2016-01-14/><ref name=D-WordSpectre/> Lanzmann had not been interviewed since 1985, the year ''Shoah'' was completed.
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Irvine and a film crew lead by Director/Producer [[Adam Benzine]] interviewed Lanzmann, for the film, in 2015.<ref name=thepeterboroughexaminer2016-01-14/><ref name=D-WordSpectre/> Lanzmann had not been interviewed since 1985, the year ''Shoah'' was completed.
  
 
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Latest revision as of 04:43, 14 January 2020

Kelsey Irvine
Kelsey Irvine at the 2016 Canadian Film Centre 2016 BBQ
Kelsey Irvine at the 2016 Canadian Film Centre 2016 BBQ
Born 1987 (age 32–33)
Nationality Canada
Occupation film producer / film director
Known for produced an Oscar nominated documentary

Kelsey Irvine is a Canadian film producer.[1] In 2016 she was an associate producer of Spectres of the Shoah, a documentary about film director Claude Lanzmann, best known for his 1985 documentary about the Nazi extermination of Jewish people, Shoah.

Irvine and a film crew lead by Director/Producer Adam Benzine interviewed Lanzmann, for the film, in 2015.[1][2] Lanzmann had not been interviewed since 1985, the year Shoah was completed.

References

  1. 1.0 1.1 "Oscar-nominated film has local connection with associate producer Kelsey Irvine". The Peterborough Examiner. 2016-01-14. https://www.thepeterboroughexaminer.com/news-story/8218561-oscar-nominated-film-has-local-connection-with-associate-producer-kelsey-irvine/. Retrieved 2020-01-13. "The 40-minute film is about Lanzmann, the Parisian filmmaker who shot the seminal Holocaust documentary Shoah. Shoah was released in 1985, and Lanzmann, 90, hasn't given interviews since." 
  2. "Claude Lanzmann: Spectres of the Shoah". D-Word. 2015. https://www.d-word.com/documentary/815-Claude-Lanzmann-Spectres-of-the-Shoah. Retrieved 2020-01-13. "In "Claude Lanzmann: Spectres of the Shoah", the 90-year-old iconoclast opens up for the first time about the trials and tribulations he faced while creating his magnum opus, and the weight it left him carrying."