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Alfred Schreyer (en yiddish אלפרעד שרייער, nι le 8 mai 1922 ΰ Drohobytch dans la voοvodie de Lwσw, alors en Pologne, aujourd’hui oblast de Lviv en Ukraine) est un violoniste, chanteur et militant culturel juif polonais. ΐ l'heure actuelle, il est le dernier juif de la ville survivant de la Shoah ΰ Drohobytch et le dernier ιlθve survivant de Bruno Schulz.
Il entretient sa mιmoire, notamment en participant rιguliθrement au Festival Bruno Schulz de Drohobytch.

Trouvι grβce au GOOGLE une information sur le documentaire sur sa vie (en anglais).
“Alfred Screyer from Drohobycz” a documentary directed and co-written by Marcin Gizycki.
This lyrical film is the story of the extraordinary life of Alfred Schreyer, the last Jew of Drohobycz, Ukraine, a 90+ years old Holocaust survivor. In his lifetime, Drohobycz has been part of Poland, a German occupied territory, the Soviet Union, and the Ukraine. He is also a wonderful musician, a singer, and superb interpreter of Polish pre-war popular songs that sound like Jewish tango. Mr. Schreyer guides us around Drohobycz, a town where Bruno Schulz, the famous writer and artist (and Mr. Schreyer’s high school teacher), also lived. The film is a requiem for Drohobycz, the town as it used to be before the German occupation and Communist rule changed it irretrievably. Our protagonist takes us to the backstreets and graveyards – sites where you can discern the traces of the spirit of the former multicultural town.

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