Could the perpetrators face their crimes? Could any compensation deliver justice to the survivors? Under the threat of violence, 6 years after the Holocaust, a group of German and Jewish … See full summary »
Director: Roberta Grossman
The City and the City (2022)
The untold story of the life and perils of the Jewish community of Thessaloniki, in six chapters. The past and the present of a city, meet and converge at its cracks.
Directors: Christos Passalis, Syllas Tzoumerkas
Adam and Ida (2022)
Adam and Ida were three years old when they were separated during the Holocaust. Adam survived a concentration camp and was later adopted. Ida survived the war hidden by a Polish couple.
Director: Jan Tenhaven
The last of the great partisans, who located Hitler’s “wonder weapon”, returns to the war that took away his feelings and identity, but failed to rob him of his values as a human being.
Director: Roman Shumunov
Born in Auschwitz (2021 TV Movie)
The untold story of a Jewish baby who was born in the death camp before the liberation and survived. An extraordinary journey of the second and third generation, breaking the cycle of trauma to free themselves from Auschwitz – forever.
Directors: Eszter Cseke, András S. Takács
Speer Goes to Hollywood (2020)
How did a man in charge of 12 million slaves become “the good Nazi”? A cautionary tale about Albert Speer’s 1971 attempt to whitewash his past with a Hollywood adaptation of his bestselling wartime memoir, “Inside the Third Reich”.
Director: Vanessa Lapa
Finding Manny (2020)
The chance discovery of an online article sends Manny Drukier, a Holocaust survivor, on an unexpected trip to visit the orphanage where he was rescued to after the war.
Director: Kacey Cox
This saga unfolds at the 1955 Court Martial in which Israeli soldier stands accused of desertion, during which he made his way via Europe to the swamps of Vietnam, in search of justice – and revenge.
Director: Ludi Boeken
Chichinette: The Accidental Spy (2019)
Marthe Cohn, a 98-year-old French-Jewish outstanding lady who was a spy in Nazi Germany in WW2 never spoke about her experience after the war, now travels the globe to share her story.
Director: Nicola Hens
Black Honey, the Life and and Poetry of Avraham Sutskever (2018)
The incredible story of Avraham Sutskever, the greatest Yiddish poet, who saved manuscripts from the Nazis, survived WWII due to Stalin’s special rescue plane, testified in the Nuremberg Trials, and died anonymously in Tel Aviv.
Director: Uri Barbash
Director: Stefano Cattini
Sonderghetto (2018 TV Movie)
Director: Vladimir Bokun
En svensk tiger (2018)
On a night train in the midst of the Second World War, a German SS officer secretly passes on the very first testimony of the Holocaust to a Swedish diplomat.
Director: Carl Svensson
My Life in Hitler’s Germany (2018)
Episode: La conquête du pouvoir (2018)
My Life in Hitler’s Germany (2018)
Episode: La mise au pas (2018)
Who Will Write Our History (2018)
Who Will Write Our History tells the story of Emanuel Ringelblum and the Oyneg Shabes Archive, the secret archive he created and led in the Warsaw Ghetto. With 30,000 pages of writing, … See full summary »
Director: Roberta Grossman
Chasing Portraits (2018)
One man’s art. One woman’s unexpected path to healing. An American woman’s emotional quest to find the art of her Polish-Jewish great-grandfather, lost during World War II.
Director: Elizabeth Rynecki
You Only Die Twice (2018)
Yair Lev, a Israeli documentary filmmaker turns a detective and sets on a journey to uncover the true identity behind the man who stole his grandfather’s identity and later on became the president of a Jewish community in Austria.
Director: Yair Lev
Liza ruft! (2018)
Director: Christian Carlsen
Sobibor Excavated, the 4 stages of deceit (2018 TV Movie)
The Nazi’s killed more than 200.000 people at extermination camp Sobibor. In 1943 they closed it down, coovering up their crimes with thick layers of earth and asphalt. Waiting to be … See full summary »
Director: Mark Limburg
Ghetto Uprising – The Untold Story (2017)
The Warsaw Ghetto Uprising has become a symbol of heroism throughout the world, but it’s generally accepted story is incomplete. Among the fighters was a group that was not granted … See full summary »
Directors: Yuval Haimovich-Zuser, Simon Shechter
Anna and the Egyptian Doctor (2017)
The extraordinary story of Dr. Mohamed Helmy, an Egyptian doctor, who, posing as a Nazi supporter, rescued a Jewish girl disguised as a Muslim in Nazi Berlin. He is the first and only Arab to be recognized as Righteous Among the Nations, but his family refused to accept the award due to political reasons and fear. Helmy’s nephew, Dr. Kotby is the first Arab to talk about the holocaust in a film.
Directors: Taliya Finkel
Redemption Blues (2017)
A life-time after the Shoah: Forgetting is not an option and memory only goes so far. When prayers are not enough, music can keep us going. It’s not too late to mourn, And not too soon to … See full summary »
Director: Peter Stastny
Dear Fredy (2017)
Fredy Hirsch was a proud homosexual Jew. He ran a daycare center for 600 kids in Auschwitz. Freddy was admired by his kids and fought to his last breath to maintain their human dignity. His… See full summary »
Director: Rubi Gat
Scandal in Ivansk (2017)
A photographer journeys to his grandfather’s former Polish shtetl in search of memories and how they are formed…and forgotten.
Directors: David Blumenfeld, Ami Drozd
116 Cameras (2017)
Holocaust survivor Eva Schloss preserves her story interactively so that she will be able to tell it forever.
Director: Davina Pardo
Dead Reckoning: War, Crime, and Justice from WW2 to the War on Terror (2017)
From award-winning producer/writer/director Jonathan Silvers comes this three-part series, Dead Reckoning: War, Crime, and Justice from WWII to the War on Terror, which reveals how the … See full summary »
Director: Jonathan Silvers
After Auschwitz (2017)
“You’re free. Go home” Most Holocaust films end with these words, the very words that survivors heard at liberation. After Auschwitz begins with these words, inviting audiences to … See full summary »
Director: Jon Kean
The Chronicle of Minsk Ghetto 3. Born Twice (2017)
Director: Vladimir Lutsky
12 August 1945, 11 AM. Two mysterious strangers dressed in black appear at the railway station of a Hungarian village. Within a few hours, everything changes.
Director: Ferenc Török
The Essential Link: The Story of Wilfrid Israel (2016)
Not a great deal of archival material about Wilfrid Israel has survived but, with the aid of photographs, a few documents, eyewitness interviews, and archival material relating to the rise … See full summary »
Director: Yonatan Nir
Hypnotic journey into the depths of consciousness that follows the traces of poet Paul Celan.
Director: Maya Zack
Sierakowiak’s Diary (2016)
Director: Michal Bukojemski
Shalom Italia (2016)
Three Italian Jewish brothers set off on a journey through Tuscany, in search of a cave where they hid as children to escape the Nazis. Their quest, full of humor, food and Tuscan … See full summary »
Director: Tamar Tal-Anati
Bogdan’s Journey (2016)
A Catholic Pole, determined to heal a historical wound, launches a crusade to reconcile Poles and Jews over a massacre that happened 69 years ago.
Directors: Michal Jaskulski, Lawrence Loewinger
Aida’s Secrets (2016)
Family secrets, lies, high drama and generations of contemporary history unspool in this international story that begins with World War II and concludes with an emotional 21st-century … See full summary »
Directors: Alon Schwarz, Shaul Schwarz
The Chronicle of Minsk Ghetto 2. For Honor and Freedom (2015)
Director: Vladimir Lutsky
Shores of Light: Salento 1945-1947 (2015)
This is the poignant untold story of warmth and compassion after a terrible war. Thousands of Jewish survivors, landed in Southern Italy, after WWII, on their way to Israel. To their … See full summary »
Director: Yael Katzir
Tunnel of Hope (2015)
Director: Dror H. Shwartz
October 1944. A 60year old Jewish woman from the village Anrath in the Lower Rhine Region, is being deported. She rides crossbar on the bike of an elderly village police man. They … See full summary »
Director: Gregor Hoeppner
Surviving Skokie (2015)
Surviving Skokie, an intensely personal documentary, explores the effects of a late 1970s threatened neo-Nazi march in Skokie, IL on its large Holocaust survivor population. Thousands of … See full summary »
Directors: Eli Adler, Blair Gershkow
Vita Activa: The Spirit of Hannah Arendt (2015)
A documentary about the life and work of Hannah Arendt, the prolific and unclassifiable thinker, political theorist, moral philosopher and polemicist, and with her encounter with the trial of Eichmann a high ranking Nazi.
Director: Ada Ushpiz
Son of Saul (2015)
R | 107 min
A Jewish-Hungarian concentration camp prisoner sets out to give a child he mistook for his son a proper burial.
Director: László Nemes
There and Here (2014)
There and Here is a documentary surrounding the stories of three ex-pilots and a navigator. In their youth, each of the men, now in their eighties, embodied the quintessential image of the … See full summary »
Director: Avida Livny
Memory After Belsen (2014)
This feature length documentary follows a thirty- year-old granddaughter of a Bergen-Belsen survivor as she explores her grandmother’s Holocaust story. Her journey to the Bergen- Belsen … See full summary »
Director: Shiva Kumar
The Guardians of Remembrance (2014)
Decades after WWII, the Holocaust of the USSR Jews remained a mystery. It was only after the dismantling of the USSR that efforts were made to document and commemorate these victims. Boris … See full summary »
Director: Boris Maftsir
Docs interdits (2011– )
Episode: Les petits héros du ghetto de Varsovie (2014)
This documentary shows, against a backdrop of WW2 shots and newsreels, how 18 Jewish orphan children (between 5 and 15/16 year old) learned to survive by singing for money or selling … See full summary »
Director: Chochana Boukhobza
The Decent One (2014)
Not Rated | 94 min
A documentary that uses a cache of letters, diaries and documents to reveal the life of SS-leader Heinrich Himmler.
Director: Vanessa Lapa
The Chronicle of Minsk Ghetto (2013)
Director: Vladimir Lutsky
When Memory Comes: A Film about Saul Friedländer (2013)
A visually arresting documentary that interweaves leading Holocaust historian Saul Friedländer’s personal story of survival with an introduction to his work and thought.
Director: Frank Diamand
The Hungarian Cube: A Journey with Andre Hajdu (2013)
Composer Andre Hajdu has six sons: religious and atheists, left and right wing, intellectuals and businessmen, and himself, a complete piece torn apart, containing the source of all those … See full summary »
Director: Gilad Inbar
Liga Terezin (2013)
A documentary film that tells the incredible story of the soccer league which took place in Ghetto Theresienstadt, 40 miles North West of Prague now in the Czech Republic. From 1942 to 1944… See full summary »
Director: Avi Kanner
Lost Town (2013)
Lost Town’ tells the story of one man’s obsessive search to get closer to his deceased father by uncovering the story of his family’s town of Trochenbrod. First made famous by Jonathan … See full summary »
Directors: Richard Goldgewicht, Jeremy Goldscheider
Bureau 06 (2013)
This is the dramatic story of Bureau 06, the team of police investigators formed for the sole purpose of investigating and preparing the grave charges brought by the Jewish people against … See full summary »
Director: Yoav Halevy
The Escape (2013)
In this road movie ten Israeli teenagers from different backgrounds set out on a personal and fascinating adventure which follows the original ‘Bricha Movement’, which was set up to help … See full summary »
Director: Meni Elias
Auschwitz prisoners, both Jewish and non-Jewish, were tattooed with serial numbers, first on their chests and then their left arms. An estimated 400,000 numbers were tattooed in Auschwitz … See full summary »
Directors: Dana Doron, Uriel Sinai
No Place on Earth (2012)
A cave exploration in Ukraine leads to the unearthing of a story of World War II survivors who once found shelter in the same cave.
Director: Janet Tobias
Defiant Requiem (2012)
A memorial concert reawakens the story of an artistic uprising in the Nazi concentration camp, Terezin, where a chorus of 150 inmates confronts the Nazis face-to-face – and sings to them what they dare not say.
Director: Doug Shultz
Ominous Skies 1930 – 1939 (2012)
The story of the Jews facing the rise of Hitler before the Holocaust. How the evil of one man bamboozled the whole world. How winning World War I and the Great Depression set the stage for … See full summary »
Director: Beverly Beard
Where Birds Never Sang (2011)
Ravensbrück was the largest concentration camp for women on the grounds of the German Reich. Between 1936 and 1945, more than 200,000 people were imprisoned in Sachsenhausen.
Director: Rosemarie Reed
Six Million and One (2011)
A filmmaker and his siblings research the experiences of their late father, who survived the Holocaust during World War II.
Director: David Fisher
The Rescuers (2011)
The film traces the journey of Stephanie Nyombayire, a young Rwandan anti-genocide activist who teams up with Sir Martin Gilbert, the renowned Holocaust historian, to travel across 15 … See full summary »
Director: Michael King
Just Like the Queen of England (2010)
A French boy, street-smart and charismatic, is left to fend for himself after the Nazi Occupation of Paris leaves him without his mother. The 69 years that came after were an emotional … See full summary »
Director: Micha Shagrir
Children Without a Shadow (2009)
Director: Bernard Balteau
Blessed Is the Match (2008)
The story of Hannah Senesh, a Hungarian poet who was captured by the Nazis, while trying to rescue Jews in WWII.
Director: Roberta Grossman | Stars: Peter Hay, Judy Baumel-Schwartz, Michael Berenbaum, Shimon Peres
A Treasure in Auschwitz (2005 TV Movie)
A young student, Yariv Nornberg, hears from an elderly vendor in a rundown shop a fantastic story about a Jewish treasure buried in Polish soil. His curiosity is aroused when he learns of … See full summary »
Director: Yahaly Gat