A list of previously funded films can be found on IMDb.
Below is information about recently funded films.
Love It Was Not (2020)
Love It Was Not tells the story of Helena Citron, who was among the first thousand Jewish women to be transported to Auschwitz in 1942. There, she soon caught the eye of the SS officer Franz Wunsch, who fell madly in love with her. Wunsch protected her wherever possible, but as an SS officer, there was also a very different side to him. Thirty years after WWII, Citron—now living in Israel—is called as a witness at Wunsch’s trial.
Who Will Write Our History (2018)
Who Will Write Our History tells the story of a secret band of journalists, scholars and community leaders who decided to fight back in November 1940, days after the Nazis sealed 450,000 Jews in the Warsaw ghetto. Led by historian Emanuel Ringelblum and known by the code name Oyneg Shabes, this clandestine group vowed to defeat Nazi lies and propaganda not with guns or fists, but with the ultimate weapon: the truth.
1945 depicts the events following the arrival of two Orthodox Jews in a Hungarian village soon after the end of WWII. The town clerk fears the men may be heirs of the village’s deported Jews and expects them to demand their illegally acquired property back, originally lost during the war. Other villagers are afraid more survivors will come, posing a threat to the property and possessions they have claimed as their own.
116 Cameras (2017)
116 Cameras follows Eva Schloss, Holocaust survivor and stepsister of Anne Frank, as she embarks on an ambitious new project: preserving her story as an interactive hologram that will have conversations with generations to come.
Dear Fredy (2017)
Dear Fredy tells the story of Fredy Hirsch. Hirsch convinced Mengele to set up a daycare center in Auschwitz for 600 children and youth. Amid such pain, Fredy was an out Jewish man who, until his last breath, helped bring happiness and humanity to so many. His story is told through the testimony of survivors who were among the youth in his care.
Bogdan’s Journey (2016)
Bogdan’s Journey follows Bogdan Bialek, a Catholic Pole, who tries to persuade the people of Kielce, Poland to confront the truth about the 1946 pogrom in which forty Holocaust survivors, seeking shelter in a downtown building, were murdered by townspeople.
Son of Saul (2015)
Son of Saul has won an Academy Award, a Golden Globe and the Grand Prix at the Cannes Film Festival. The film depicts the inconceivable work of the Sonderkommandos at Auschwitz, Jewish prisoners who were forced to prepare fellow Jews for the gas chambers and remove the corpses.
Numbered portrays survivors of Auschwitz and examines their relationship with the numbered tattoo given to every prisoner who entered the camp.