A Film Unfinished
|A Film Unfinished|
|Directed by||Yael Hersonski|
|Produced by||Itai Ken-Tor
|Written by||Yael Hersonski|
|Music by||Yishai Adar|
|Editing by||Joel Alexis|
|Running time||89 minutes|
|Language||English with subtitles for Hebrew, German and Polish|
A Film Unfinished (Hebrew title: שתיקת הארכיון Shtikat haArkhion, German title: Geheimsache Ghettofilm) is a 2010 documentary film by Yael Hersonski, which re-examines the making of an unfinished 1942 German propaganda film (titled Das Ghetto, "The Ghetto") depicting the Warsaw Ghetto two months before the mass extermination of its inhabitants in the German operation known as the Grossaktion Warsaw. The documentary features interviews with surviving ghetto residents and a re-enactment of testimony from Willy Wist, one of the camera operators who filmed scenes for Das Ghetto. It premiered at the 2010 Sundance Film Festival, where it won the "World Cinema Documentary Editing Award", the film was released theatrically in the US on 18 August 2010.
The film's distributor, Oscilloscope, appealed to the MPAA over the film's R-Rating, but were unsuccessful in reclassifying the film. Oscilloscope says the R-rating is inconsistent with cultural norms because the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum, which is visited by school children, has more graphic footage.
- Sundance Film Festival 2010 entry, Retrieved 3 August 2010
- Variety.com, Retrieved 3 August
- Variety.com, Retrieved 6 August
- Catsoulis, Jeanette (August 17, 2010). "A Film Unfinished". The New York Times. Retrieved August 18, 2010.
- Should the Holocaust be Rated R?, Speakeasy, A Wall Street Journal Blog, August 3, 2010
- A Film Unfinished at the Internet Movie Database
- A Film Unfinished at Rotten Tomatoes
- A Film Unfinished at Metacritic
- A film Unfinished at World War 2 Films
- A Film Unfinished site for Independent Lens on PBS
- A Film Unfinished official web site
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