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His Name Is My Name

Catalog #: DC2115

San Ré


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Winner of the Special Jury Award for Creative Technology at the 2022 International Documentary Film Festival Amsterdam, His Name Is My Name is an Instagram-based animated documentary series from JONGSMA + O’NEILL that explores how the crimes of WWII-era perpetrators still reverberate through today’s society, shaking the foundations of our homes and our families. Part detective thriller and part personal visual essay, His Name Is My Name tracks Eline Jongsma’s investigation into her family’s history, and shines a light into a still-dark corner of Europe’s past.

The documentary series is one of three artworks for the project Houses of Darkness and will also have a place in the exhibition The Memory of Camp Westerbork, in the museum of Remembrance Centre Camp Westerbork in The Netherlands.
Featured in The Guardian, Vanity Fair, VICE, and nominated at the 2022 IDFA. Watch the film and learn more on Instagram at @hisnamemyname.

All album proceeds go to Doctors Without Borders/Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF), a non-profit medical and humanitarian charity that cares for people affected by conflict, disease outbreaks, natural and human-made disasters, and exclusion from health care in more than 70 countries.


Written and directed by Kel O’Neill and Eline Jongsma
Director of animation: Jure Brglez
Interaction design: Imagination of Things (Monique Grimord & Vitor Freire)
Sound design: Arnaud Traa
Composer: San Ré
Project manager: Sofia Mourato

Produced in collaboration with Paradox
Founder/director: Bas Vroege
Project manager: Ana Zibelnik

Original soundtrack produced & mixed by San Ré in Amsterdam.

Length of piece: 33 minutes
Format: audio/video, AR, images

This project is made possible by generous funding from the Mondriaan Fund, The Creative Europe Programme, DutchCulture, the Province of Drenthe, and the Herinneringscentrum Kamp Westerbork.


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