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Civic association Reminiscencie, founded in 2015, focuses on artistic and social projects that research time, space and memory of Central Europe. Located in Bratislava, Slovakia, on the crossroad of cultures, it examines history from contemporary point of view and inhabits Central European space with less known and unknown heroes and heroines.


Anna Grusková is a Czecho-Slovak film, theatre and radio author and director. She graduated in Theatre and Film Studies at Charles University in Prague, Czech Republic. She led a range of domestic and international artistic projects (America, Brides, Sarcophagi and ATMs, The Theatrical World 1839–1939 and many others), and participated in others as author (Donaudrama, Chance '89). Her drama Rabbi Woman was staged at the Slovak National Theatre. As a filmmaker, she directed documentary films Rabbi Woman (2012, K2 Production and Slovak Television), Return to a Burning House (2014, Anzio and The Museum of the Slovak National Uprising) about WWII heroines Gisi Fleischmann and Haviva Reick. In 2015 she founded in Bratislava, where she lives, her production company Reminiscencie (Reminiscences).