Matthew Nash

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The Last Reunion —

Last summer, after my film 16 Photographs At Ohrdruf was released, I received a phone call from Ernie Bartels who fought in the war with the 282nd Artillery Battalion. He was a witness to the atrocities of the Ohrdruf camp and we spoke for a while about his experiences and it was amazing to hear […]

16 Photographs – Tickets Available! —

I’m very excited to announce that tickets are now available for the special screening of my film 16 Photographs At Ohrdruf at The Little Theatre in Rochester NY! The film will be showing the evening of Sunday October 6th, 2013. This event is one night only.   CLICK HERE TO BUY TICKETS! Tickets are only available online, and not at The […]

16 Photographs: Another Award! —

This past Sunday, August 18th, the Chain NYC Film Festival held their award ceremony. This is the first annual festival for the new theatre in the Long Island City neighborhood of Queens. Despite their short history, the festival was able to feature an amazingly complex and impressive range of films, and it was an honor […]

Ohrdruf Extended: In The Mailbag —

Today I arrived home from vacation to find two packages waiting for me, both related to my film 16 Photographs At Ohrdruf. I’m constantly amazed at the generosity of people, and how much history I am starting to collect about a small concentration camp from WWII. The first package is from Doug and Ute Dillard. We […]