Director Aleksandr Sokurov takes us to another landmark museum in Francofonia. Click the image to read my entire review.
I have neglected this blog for far too long due to an overcrowded schedule, but I promise to do better from now on. I am prompted to update the blog thanks to Suzy Farbman’s latest GodSigns posting on a new PBS documentary film on the Swedish diplomat who saved so many Jews from death during …
Race is about the races Jesse Owens won at the 1936 Berlin Olympics as well as the prejudice of both Nazis & Americans against his African American race..
Le Chambon is the true story of a courageous French pastor and his village who saved thousands of Jews during the Holocaust. Click the image to read my entire review.
During the Nazi area the villagers at LeChambon, led by Pastor Andre Trocme hid over 5000 Jews, without losing a single one, while they ere passing through.
When an elderly Jewish Austrian emigrant hires a lawyer to regain custody of Gustav Klimts’ famous portrait of her Aunt, they must go up against the Austrian government.
The heroic story of the Jews rising up against the Nazis in the Warsaw Ghetto is told in great detail, this being one of the few instances of fighting back.
This is the story of the last few years of the life of Dr. Korczak, well known for his writing & radio broadcasts, when the Nazis forced all Jews into t. Warsaw Ghetto, and he tried to protect children in his orphanage from deportation.
Five Hungarian Jews, survivors of the Nazi Holocaust share their stories.
Dr. Korczak, a famous doc & children’s advocate in 1930s Poland, tries to protect the 200 kids in his orphanage in the Warsaw Ghetto, devoting his all when this proves impossible.