Genocide (1981 film)
|Directed by||Arnold Schwartzman|
|Produced by||Rabbi Marvin Hier|
|Written by||Martin Gilbert|
|Narrated by||Elizabeth Taylor|
|Music by||Elmer Bernstein|
|Edited by||Bob Jenkis|
|Distributed by||Moriah Films|
The film documents the history of the Holocaust and the reminiscences of those who survived it in support of the fact that, as one of the survivors stated, it can happen again with the rise of anti-Semitism.
Michael Berenbaum, project director of the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum described the movie as "a substantive piece of work" but "watching it is like sitting in a dentist's chair where the drill begins at the first moment and doesn't let up till the end of the two hours. If it had, it might have been more effective. In a real sense, that is Marvin Hier."
- Documentary Winners: 1982 Oscars
- Genocide - Elmer Bernstein|AllMusic
- GENOCIDE - Intrada
- "Arnold Schwartzman, OBE, Filmmaker, Designer, Author". CTC. Archived from the original on 2013-01-20. Retrieved 2008-11-16.
- 'GENOCIDE', VIEW OF HOLOCAUST - New York Times
- Cinema: Hell Enough - TIME
- Genocide - Trailer - YouTube
- "The Unorthodox Rabbi : By Invoking the Holocaust and Bullying the Establishment, Marvin Hier Has Made The Simon Wiesenthal Center the Most Visible Jewish Organization in the World". Los Angeles Times. July 15, 1990. Retrieved August 30, 2020.
- Genocide on IMDb
- Genocide at Moriah Films
- Emanuel Levy's review of the 1981 Oscar-winning documentary film