Bianca Stigter asserts the presence of lives lost to the Holocaust in Three Minutes - A Lengthening, which interrogates a snippet of footage shot in Poland in 1938 and considers the history
In September 1941, on the banks of the Babi Yar ravine, some 34,000 Jewish men, women, and children were rounded up, shot, and buried in the loose sand. It was the beginning
Muranów is about a neighbourhood full of ghosts. The old Jewish district of the Polish city, Muranów became the site of the Warsaw Ghetto during World War II. Warsaw’s Jews were corralled
This exceptional documentary about an Auschwitz prisoner’s romantic relationship with a high-ranking SS officer overseeing her barracks will make your head spin. Was it love? Was it collaboration? Was it a survival
A standout selection at Sundance, Misha and the Wolves is a twist-upon-twist, reveal-after-after, jaw-on-the-floor thrill ride. It's a wild-but-true story masterfully told about the art of deception and the cost of lies.
Afterward (USA, 95 min.) Dir. Ofra Bloch If one spends a lot of time watching documentaries, either as a critic, a programmer, or a fan, one develops certain likes and dislikes. For
The Invisibles: We Want to Live (Germany, 110 min.) Dir. Claus Räfle Past, present, fact, and fiction weave an effective collage in The Invisibles. This powerful doc-drama hybrid tells the story of the
Prosecuting Evil: the Extraordinary World of Ben Ferencz (Canada, 83 min.) Dir. Barry Avrich Barry Avrich’s new documentary Prosecuting Evil: the Extraordinary World of Ben Ferencz is a Holocaust film with a difference: this