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Streaming Films on the Holocaust
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This is a link to everything in Academic Video Online that is related to the Holocaust.
I Was A Child of a Holocaust Survivor (2010)
'The Holocaust is a drug...' I Was a Child of Holocaust Survivors is director Ann Marie Fleming’s animated adaptation of Bernice Eisenstein’s acclaimed illustrated memoir. Through an artful blend of Eisenstein’s drawings, inventive animation and the author’s own voice, the film weaves together personal and global history.
Surviving the Holocaust (2018)
Produced by PBS, join Ann Curry as Holocaust survivors search for those who gave them hope in the darkest days. One wants to find the friend he left behind when he didn’t move to Israel; the other hopes an old photo will reunite him with the girl who was his first friend.
Touched by Auschwitz (2015)
The extraordinary story of six Auschwitz survivors – telling of their survival in the years after they left the camp, and travelling right up to the present day. Producer and director Laurence Rees has travelled extensively in order to film six survivors of Auschwitz, along with their friends and families. Together these sequences, filmed in Jerusalem and Chicago, London and Bavaria, Krakow and Tel Aviv, build into a compelling portrait of the problems, challenges and triumphs that six different individuals have experienced since the war as a result of their time in Auschwitz.
Otto Frank, Father of Anne (2013)
After returning from Auschwitz, Otto Frank is confronted with Anne's diary. The film tells the story of what he went through, how the loss of his family scarred his life, how he dealt with the dilemmas that the publication of the diary brought upon him and how he made a memorial of his daughters legacy and became the father-figure for thousands of young readers worldwide.
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