List of Holocaust films

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This is an index of films that deal with the Holocaust in Europe. Films dealing with the subject of the Holocaust include both documentary and narrative films. These films were produced from the early 1940s before the extent of the Holocaust was widely known and have continued to be made since then.[1]

The films span multiple genres, with documentary films including footage filmed both by the Germans for their propaganda purposes and by the Allies, compilations, survivor testimonies and docudramas, and narrative films including war films, action films, love stories, psychological dramas, and even comedies.[1]

Narrative films: 1940s · 1950s · 1960s · 1970s · 1980s  · 1980s · 1990s · 2000s · 2010s · 2020s
Documentary films: 1940s · 1950s · 1960s · 1970s · 1980s  · 1990s · 2000s · 2010s · 2020s
See also · References


Year Country Title Director Notes
1940 United Kingdom Night Train to Munich Carol Reed First feature film to depict concentration camps.
1940 United States The Mortal Storm Frank Borzage One character is sent to a concentration camp and dies there, while his family is trying to leave Nazi Germany.
1942 United States To Be Or Not To Be Ernst Lubitsch One villain is jokingly -and repeatedly- called “concentration camp Erhardt”.
1945 Soviet Union The Unvanquished Mark Donskoy First feature film to show mass murder of Jews and hunting for them on the occupied territories. 1946 Venice festival award.
1946 United States The Stranger Orson Welles First feature film to include footage of concentration camps[2]
1946 Germany Die Mörder sind unter uns Wolfgang Staudte The first Rubble Film and the first German film to address Nazi atrocities. English title: Murderers Among Us
1947 Poland The Last Stage Wanda Jakubowska English titles: The Last Stage, The Last Stop
1947 Germany Ehe im Schatten Kurt Maetzig One of the earliest DEFA productions. English title: Marriage in the Shadows
1947 Germany Zwischen Gestern und Morgen Harald Braun One of the first German films to be made in Munich after the war and the first to openly address the Holocaust. English title: Between Yesterday and Tomorrow
1948 Germany Morituri Eugen York
1948 United States The Search Fred Zinnemann In post-war Berlin, an American private helps a lost Czech boy find his mother.
1948 Poland Ulica Graniczna Aleksander Ford A Polish film about the uprising in the Warsaw Ghetto, it premieres at the Venice Film Festival; it is released in English as Border Street in 1950.[3][4]
1949 Italy L'ebreo errante Goffredo Alessandrini First Italian film to openly address the Holocaust
1949 United States
West Germany
Lang ist der Weg Herbert B. Fredersdorf
Marek Goldstein
Yiddish title: Lang iz der Veg; English title: Long Is the Road


Year Country Title Director Notes
1950 Czechoslovakia Distant Journey Alfréd Radok English title: Distant Journey
1953 United States The Juggler Edward Dmytryk In 1949, former concentration camp inmate and Berlin native Hans Muller immigrates to Israel where, due to psychological problems, he cannot adjust to peacetime life.
1956 United States Singing in the Dark Max Nosseck Musical about Holocaust survivors with amnesia
1958–59 United States Pursuit Ian Sharp Anthology series
1959 East Germany
Stars Konrad Wolf English title: Stars
1959 United States The Diary of Anne Frank George Stevens Won three Academy Awards, including Best Supporting Actress
1959 Italy
Kapò Gillo Pontecorvo


Year Country Title Director Notes
1960 Czechoslovakia Romeo, Julie a tma Jiří Weiss English title: Romeo, Juliet and Darkness. Concerns Operation Anthropoid.
1960 United States Exodus Otto Preminger Based on the novel by Leon Uris; screenplay by Dalton Trumbo.
1960 Yugoslavia Deveti krug France Stiglic English title:The Ninth Circle
1961 Italy Gold of Rome Carlo Lizzani Italian title: L'oro di Roma
1961 United States Judgment at Nuremberg Stanley Kramer Winner of Academy Awards for Best Actor and Best Adapted Screenplay
1961 Poland Samson Andrzej Wajda
1961 Belgium L'enclos Armand Gatti Italian title: Otto ore al buio. Prix de la Critique at 1961 Cannes Festival.
1963 Poland Passenger Andrzej Munk
1963 East Germany Naked Among Wolves Frank Beyer
1964 United States The Pawnbroker Sidney Lumet A Jewish pawnbroker, victim of Nazi persecution, loses all faith in his fellow man until he realizes too late the tragedy of his actions.
1965 East Germany Chronik eines Mordes Joachim Hasler English title: Chronicle of a Murder
1965 Czechoslovakia The Shop On Main Street Ján Kadár & Elmar Klos
1965 Germany The Investigation Peter Weiss Also as TV play "Die Ermittlung" (1966)
1966 United States The Last Chapter Benjamin Rothman & Lawrence Rothman, S. L. Shneiderman The Last Chapter is the destruction of Polish Jewry by the Nazi onslaught, depicted here with sensitivity and high drama. The film includes rare footage of Jewish life in early 20th century Poland.
1967 United States The Diary of Anne Frank Alex Segal TV movie: Harrowing story of a young Jewish girl who, with her family and their friends, is forced into hiding in an attic in Nazi-occupied Amsterdam.
1969 France Army of Shadows Jean Pierre Melville


Year Country Title Director Notes
1970 Poland Apel Ryszard Czekała Animated short film
1970 Italy
West Germany
The Garden of the Finzi-Continis Vittorio De Sica Italian title: Il Giardino dei Finzi-Contini; based on the novel by Giorgio Bassani; Oscar for Best Foreign Film
1970 Yugoslavia Hranjenik Vatroslav Mimica English title:The Fed Ones
1972 United States The Day the Clown Cried Jerry Lewis Never shown to the general public
1973 Israel
West Germany
Sie sind frei, Dr. Korczak Aleksander Ford
1974 United Kingdom QB VII Tom Gries TV miniseries; based on Leon Uris novel of same name
1974 Italy The Night Porter Liliana Cavani
1974 United Kingdom
West Germany
The Odessa File Ronald Neame Based on Frederick Forsyth novel of same name
1975 East Germany Jacob the Liar Frank Beyer Based on the novel by Jurek Becker
1975 United States The Hiding Place James F. Collier Based on the autobiography of Corrie ten Boom
1975 Italy Seven Beauties Lina Wertmüller
1975 United States The Man in the Glass Booth Arthur Hiller
1976 United States Marathon Man John Schlesinger
1976 Spain Voyage of the Damned Stuart Rosenberg
1977 Italy L'ultima orgia del III Reich Cesare Canevari
1977 United States Julia Fred Zinnemann Based on a chapter from Lillian Hellman's 1973 book Pentimento about the author's relationship with a lifelong friend, "Julia", who fought against the Nazis in the years prior to World War II. It received 11 Academy Award nominations including for Best Picture
1978 Holocaust Marvin J. Chomsky TV miniseries, popularised the term 'Holocaust'.
1978 Yugoslavia Okupacija u 26 slika Lordan Zafranović
1979 West Germany Baranski Werner Masten
1979 West Germany David Peter Lilienthal
1979 United States The House on Garibaldi Street Peter Collinson


Year Country Title Director Notes
1980 United States The Diary of Anne Frank Boris Sagal TV movie
1980 United States Playing For Time Daniel Mann TV film; based on the autobiography of Fania Fénelon; adaptation by Arthur Miller
1981 France Les Uns et les Autres Claude Lelouch English title: Bolero
1982 West Germany Ein Stück Himmel Franz Peter Wirth TV mini-series; based on the autobiography of Janina David
1982 United States Sophie's Choice Alan J. Pakula Based on the novel by William Styron; Meryl Streep won Academy Award for Best Actress
1982 Austria God Does Not Believe in Us Anymore Axel Corti
1983 France
Au Nom de Tous les Miens Robert Enrico English title: For Those I Loved; based on the book by Martin Gray
1983 Hungary Jób lázadása Barna Kabay English title: Job's Revolt
1983 United States To Be Or Not To Be Alan Johnson A remake of the 1942 comedy, starring Mel Brooks and Anne Bancroft.
1983 United States
West Germany
The Scarlet and the Black Jerry London TV movie; based on the J.P. Gallagher novel The Scarlet Pimpernel of the Vatican
1983 United States The Winds of War Dan Curtis Based on the novel by Herman Wouk;
1984 Yugoslavia Banjica Sava Mrmak TV mini-series
1984 West Germany
United Kingdom
Forbidden Anthony Page
1984 West Germany Wannseekonferenz Heinz Schirk TV movie
1985 United States Wallenberg: A Hero's Story Lamont Johnson
1985 Canada Dark Lullabies Irene Lilienheim Angelico and Abbey Jack Neidik Feature documentary
1985 Soviet Union Come and see Elem Klimov Russian title: Idi i smotri, Winner Venice Classics Award for Best Restored film
1987 United Kingdom
Escape from Sobibor Jack Gold Based on the book by Richard Rashke
Nominated for three Golden Globe Awards; won two, including Best Limited Series or Motion Picture made for Television
1987 France Au revoir les enfants Louis Malle
1988 Poland
United States
And the Violins Stopped Playing Alexander Ramati
1988 United States The Attic: The Hiding of Anne Frank John Erman TV movie
1988 United States Hanna's War Menahem Golan
1988 United States War and Remembrance Dan Curtis TV mini-series; based on the novel by Herman Wouk, and the sequel to The Winds of War
Nominated for 15 Primetime Emmy Awards; won 3 including Outstanding Miniseries
1989 United States Enemies, a Love Story Paul Mazursky Based on the novel by Isaac Bashevis Singer
1989 United States Music Box Costa-Gavras
1989 United States Triumph of the Spirit Robert M. Young


Year Country Title Director Notes
1990 West Germany Abrahams Gold Jörg Graser
1990 West Germany Der Tod ist ein Meister aus Deutschland Lea Rosh & Eberhard Jäckel
1990 Australia Father John Power
1990 Poland Korczak Andrzej Wajda Based on the true story of Dr. Janusz Korczak and his attempt to keep alive the children in his Warsaw Ghetto orphanage.
1990 Germany
Europa Europa Agnieszka Holland Nominated for the Academy Award for Best Writing (Adapted Screenplay)
1991 Poland Jeszcze tylko ten las Jan Lomnicki English title: Just Beyond That Forest
1991 Czechoslovakia Poslední motýl Karel Kachyňa English title: The Last Butterfly
1991 United States Never Forget Joseph Sargent TV movie; based on the life of Mel Mermelstein
1991 Canada The Quarrel Eli Cohen Based on the story My Quarrel with Hersh Rasseyner by Chaim Grade
1992 United Kingdom
Prague Ian Sellar
1992 United States Alan & Naomi Sterling Van Wagenen Based on a novel by Myron Levoy
1992 United States The Witness Chris Gerolmo Short film
1993 Italy
Jona che visse nella balena Roberto Faenza English title: Jonah Who Lived in the Whale, aka Look to the Sky
1993 United States Schindler's List Steven Spielberg Based on the novel by Thomas Kenneally about the real-life Schindler, a popular industrialist who cleverly manipulated the Nazis to save others, this movie won 7 Academy Awards, including Best Picture.[5]
1993 United States Swing Kids Thomas Carter Young teens in Nazi Germany listen to banned swing music and deal with the pressures of joining the Nazi Youth Army.
1994 Austria Totschweigen Margareta Heinrich & Eduard Erne The subject of the film is the massacre of Rechnitz
1995 France Les Misérables Claude Lelouch
1995 Japan Anne no Nikki Akinori Nagaoka Anime adaptation of The Diary of Anne Frank
1996 United States Hidden in Silence Richard A. Colla A True Story about the Podgórski sisters who rescued 13 Jews from the Przemyśl Ghetto.
1996 United States The Empty Mirror Barry J. Hershey
1996 United States The Man Who Captured Eichmann William A. Graham Based on the book Eichmann in My Hands by Peter Z. Malkin
1996 United States Mother Night Keith Gordon Based on the novel by Kurt Vonnegut, and starring Nick Nolte.
1996 United States The Ring Armand Mastroianni TV film; based on the novel by Danielle Steel
1996 United States The Substance of Fire Daniel J. Sullivan Based on the play by Jon Robin Baitz
1996 Hungary A hetedik szoba[6] Márta Mészáros English title: The Seventh Room. Dramatic portrayal of the life of Edith Stein, a nun and Auschwitz victim who was later canonized in the Roman Catholic Church
1997 Italy
La Tregua Francesco Rosi English title: The Truce. Based on the autobiography by Primo Levi
1997 United States Visas and Virtue Chris Tashima Short film; based on the play by Tim Toyama
1997 Italy La vita è bella - Life Is Beautiful Roberto Benigni English title: Life is Beautiful. Won three Academy Awards, including Best Actor for Robert Benigni
1997 Denmark
United Kingdom
The Island on Bird Street Søren Kragh-Jacobsen Based on the book by Uri Orlev
1997 United Kingdom Bent Sean Mathias Based on the play by Martin Sherman
1998 United States Apt Pupil Bryan Singer Based on the novela by Stephen King
1998 Netherlands
Left Luggage Jeroen Krabbé Based on the novel by Carl Friedman
1998 United States Miracle at Midnight Ken Cameron TV movie
1998 United States Pola's March Jonathan Gruber
1998 France
Train of Life Radu Mihaileanu
1998 Germany Die Akte B. – Alois Brunner: Die Geschichte eines Massenmörders Georg M. Hafner & Esther Schapira
1999 Germany Aimée & Jaguar Max Färberböck Based on a book of the same name by Erica Fischer
1999 Czech Republic All My Loved Ones Matej Mináč
1999 United States The Devil's Arithmetic Donna Deitch Based on the novel by Jane Yolen
1999 Germany Gloomy Sunday - Ein Lied von Liebe und Tod Rolf Schübel Based on the novel by Nick Barkow
1999 United States Jakob the Liar Peter Kassovitz Based on the novel by Jurek Becker
1999 Germany
Sunshine István Szabó


Year Country Title Directors Notes
2000 Czech Republic Musíme si pomáhat Jan Hřebejk English title: Divided We Fall
2000 Canada Nuremberg Yves Simoneau TV movie; based on the book by Joseph E. Persico
2000 Czech Republic Pramen života Milan Cieslar English title: The Spring Of Life; based on the book by Vladimír Körner
2000 United States
Edges of the Lord Yurek Bogayevicz
2001 United States Anne Frank: The Whole Story Robert Dornhelm TV movie; based on the book by Melissa Müller
2001 United States
United Kingdom
Conspiracy Frank Pierson TV movie
2001 United States The Grey Zone Tim Blake Nelson Based on the book
2001 Germany Nirgendwo in Afrika Caroline Link English title: Nowhere in Africa; adaptation of Stefanie Zweig's autobiographical novel
2001 United States Uprising Jon Avnet TV movie
2002 France
Amen. Costa-Gavras Based on the play The Deputy by Rolf Hochhuth
2002 France
United Kingdom
The Pianist Roman Polanski Based on the autobiography by Wladyslaw Szpilman; won three Academy Awards
2002 Czech Republic The Power of Good Matej Mináč Documentary[7][8]
2003 Hungary A Rózsa énekei Andor Szilágyi
2003 Italy Facing Windows Ferzan Özpetek English title: Facing Windows
2003 United States The Singing Forest Jorge Ameer
2003 United States Out of the Ashes Joseph Sargent Based on the book I Was a Doctor in Auschwitz by Gisella Perl
2003 United States Hitler: The Rise of Evil Christian Duguay TV movie
2003 Germany Babiy Yar Jeff Kanew
2004 Brazil Olga Jayme Monjardim
2005 Poland
Ninas resa Lena Einhorn
2005 France A Love to Hide Christian Faure TV movie
2005 United States Everything is Illuminated Liev Schreiber Based on the book by Jonathan Safran Foer
2005 United Kingdom Primo Richard Wilson TV movie
2005 Germany Sophie Scholl - Die letzten Tage Marc Rothemund English title: Sophie Scholl: The Final Days
2005 Hungary Fateless Lajos Koltai Based on the book by Imre Kertész
2006 Netherlands Black Book Paul Verhoeven
2006 Germany
Czech Republic
Der Letzte Zug Joseph Vilsmaier/ Dana Vávrová English title: The Last Train
2006 United States Forgiving Dr. Mengele Bob Hercules
Cheri Pugh
2007 Germany Spielzeugland Jochen Alexander Freydank English title: Toyland. Won the 2009 Best Live Action Short Film Oscar at the 81st Academy Awards.
2007 United Kingdom The Relief of Belsen Justin Hardy Depicts events that unfolded at Bergen-Belsen concentration camp following the liberation of the camp by British troops in April 1945.
2007 Germany
The Counterfeiters Stefan Ruzowitzky Based on a memoir written by Adolf Burger; won the 2007 Best Foreign Language Film Oscar at the 80th Academy Awards.
2008 United Kingdom God on Trial Andy DeEmmony
2008 United Kingdom
United States
The Boy in the Striped Pajamas Mark Herman Adaptation of John Boyne's novel
2008 United States Defiance Edward Zwick Based on the book by Nechama Tec; nomination for an Academy Award in the category of Best Original Score
2008 United Kingdom
United States
The Reader Stephen Daldry Based on the book by Bernhard Schlink
Kate Winslet won Academy Award For Best Actress
2008 Hungary
United Kingdom
Good Vicente Amorim Based on the play by Cecil Philip Taylor
2009 France La rafle Rose Bosch Based on the true story of a young Jewish boy
2009 France L'armée du crime Robert Guédiguian English title: The Army of Crime
2009 France Korkoro Tony Gatlif The film depicts the subject of Porajmos.
2009 United States
Inglourious Basterds Quentin Tarantino Alternate history war comedy. Nominated for eight Academy Awards.
2009 United States
The Courageous Heart of Irena Sendler John Kent Harrison TV movie


Year Country Title Directors Notes
2010 United States
Esther's Diary Mariusz Kotowski Features original footage from the Auschwitz-Birkenau State Museum
2010 France Sarah's Key Gilles Paquet-Brenner An adaptation of the novel Elle s'appelait Sarah by Tatiana De Rosnay
2010 Czech Republic
Habermann Juraj Herz Based on true events and is the first major motion picture to dramatize the expulsion of 3 million Germans from Czechoslovakia.
2010 France The Round Up Rose Bosch The Vel' d'Hiv Roundup.
2010 China A Jewish Girl in Shanghai Wang Genfa, Zhang Zhenhui Animated. Life of a Jewish girl with her little brother in Shanghai, and her parents in Europe.
2011 Poland In Darkness Agnieszka Holland Nominated for Best Foreign Language Film at the 84th Academy Awards.
2011 Germany Wunderkinder Markus Rosenmüller Story about deep friendship between three musically talented children.
2012 Netherlands Süskind Rudolf van den Berg Based on the true story of Walter Süskind
2012 Macedonia The Third Half Darko Mitrevski
2012 Serbia When Day Breaks Goran Paskaljević
2013 Germany An Apartment in Berlin Alice Agneskirchner German TV film. The story of the family Adler living in Berlin, betrayed by Stella Goldschlag murdered in Auschwitz in 1944 and three young students moving from Israel to Berlin.
2013 Germany
Run Boy Run Pepe Danquart
2013 Switzerland Akte Grüninger Alain Gsponer Based on the true story of Paul Grüninger.
2013 Czech Republic
Colette Milan Cieslar An adaptation of the novel A girl from Antwerp by Arnošt Lustig
2013 Poland
Ida Paweł Pawlikowski Won Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film at the 87th Academy Awards
2014 Poland Warsaw 44 Jan Komasa Original title Miasto '44
2014 Germany Labyrinth of Lies Giulio Ricciarelli
2014 France To Life Jean-Jacques Silbermann
2015 Germany Naked Among Wolves Philipp Kadelbach
2015 Germany The People vs. Fritz Bauer Lars Kraume
2015 Canada Remember Atom Egoyan Won Best Original Screenplay at 4th Canadian Screen Awards
2015 Russia
The Way Out Mikhail Uchitelev Short. Accepted at the Short Film Corner of the 68th Cannes Festival
2015 Hungary Son of Saul László Nemes Won Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film at the 88th Academy Awards; Winner of the Grand Prix at the 2015 Cannes Film Festival; Winner of the Best Foreign Language Film Category at the 73rd Golden Globe Awards; Winner of Best International Film at the 31st Independent Spirit Awards
2015 Germany Meine Tochter Anne Frank Raymond Lay German television film about Anne Frank, on the view of her father
2016 Germany Das Tagebuch der Anne Frank Hans Steinbichler German cinematographic feature about Anne Frank
2016 United States Denial Mick Jackson Adaptation of the book Denying the Holocaust
2017 United States
United Kingdom
The Zookeeper's Wife Niki Caro Adaptation of the novel The Zookeeper's Wife
2017 United States The Man with the Iron Heart Cédric Jimenez Based on French writer Laurent Binet's novel HHhH
2017 France Un sac de billes Christian Duguay
2017 Israel
Ha Edut (The Testament) Amichai Greenberg
2018 Russia Sobibor Konstantin Khabensky
2018 Germany Never Look Away Florian Henckel von Donnersmarck
2018 United States Operation Finale Chris Weitz Follows the efforts of Israeli intelligence officers to capture former SS officer Adolf Eichmann in 1960
2018 Philippines Quezon's Game Matthew Rose Features Philippine President Manuel L. Quezon's plan to provide refuge for Jews fleeing from Nazi Germany.
2018 Spain The Photographer of Mauthausen Mar Targarona Story of Francisco Boix and his covert documentation of life at Mauthausen Concentration Camp
2018 Poland
Werewolf Adrian Panek
2018 United States The Samuel Project Marc Fusco
2018 Germany Transit Christian Petzold Adaptation of the novel Transit by Anna Seghers
2019 United States Jojo Rabbit Taika Waititi Adaptation of the novel Caging Skies by Christine Leunens
2019 Canada Hungary The Song Of Names Françoise Girard Adaptation of the novel '"The Song Of Names by Norman Lebrecht


Year Country Title Directors Notes
2020 United States
United Kingdom


Resistance Jonathan Jakubowicz Inspired by the life of Marcel Marceau
2020 United States My Name is Sara Steven Oritt
2021 Serbia Dara of Jasenovac Predrag Antonijević It is the first modern production on the subject of the Jasenovac concentration camp.
2021 Slovakia The Auschwitz Report Peter Bebjak Two prisoners in the Auschwitz concentration camp manage to escape with a document about the camp's operation

Documentary films[edit]

1940s [edit]

Year Country Title Director Notes
1945 United Kingdom German Concentration Camps Factual Survey production supervised by Sidney Bernstein Long shelved, completed in 2014; Alfred Hitchcock collaborated on production
1945 United States Death Mills Billy Wilder English Version of Die Todesmühlen; excerpted from German Concentration Camps Factual Survey
1945 Poland Majdanek - cmentarzysko Europy Aleksander Ford English title: Majdanek: Cemetery of Europe
1945 United States Nazi Concentration Camps[9] George Stevens Presented as evidence at the Nuremberg trials.
1945 United States The Nazi Plan George Stevens Presented as evidence at the Nuremberg trials
1945 Yugoslavia Jasenovac[10] Gustav Gavrin & Kosta Hlavaty
circa 1946 United Kingdom Memory of the Camps[11] original documentary supervised by Sidney Bernstein Shorter version of German Concentration Camps Factual Survey; reconstructed by American PBS series Frontline in 1984
1946 United States Seeds of Destiny Gene Fowler Jr. Shows devastation and solicits relief funds
1946 France Nous Continuons English Title: We Live Again. Deals with child survivors. In Yiddish.
1947 Soviet Union The Nuremberg Trials Yelizaveta Svilova Soviet view of the Nuremberg Trials

1950s [edit]

Year Country Title Director Notes
1956 France Nuit et brouillard Alain Resnais English title: Night and Fog. Written by Jean Cayrol, an escapee of Mauthausen. Music by Hanns Eisler.

1960s [edit]

Year Country Title Director Notes
1960 West Germany
Mein Kampf Erwin Leiser Swedish title: Den Blodiga tiden
1963 West Germany Chronik eines Mordes Joachim Hasler
1965 West Germany Der Vorletzte Akt Walter Krüttner English title: Last Act But One: Brundibar
1965 Canada Memorandum Donald Brittain and John Spotton French title: Pour mémoire
1965 Soviet Union Obyknovennyy fashizm Mikhail Romm English title: Ordinary Fascism
1966 United Kingdom Warsaw Ghetto
1967 Denmark Mordere iblandt os (TV) Henning Knudsen English title: Murderers Among Us
1968 United States The Rise and Fall of the Third Reich Jack Kaufman Based on William L. Shirer book The Rise and Fall of the Third Reich
1968 Poland Archeologia Andrzej Brzozowski
1969 France
West Germany
Le Chagrin et la pitié Marcel Ophüls English title:The Sorrow and the Pity. Vichy France government collaboration with Nazi Germany during the war.

1970s [edit]

Year Country Title Director Notes
1970 Netherlands Dingen die niet voorbijgaan Philo Bregstein English title: The past that lives
1972 West Germany Mendel Schainfelds zweite Reise nach Deutschland Hans-Dieter Grabe
1974 Israel The 81st Blow David Bergman, Jacques Ehrlich and Haim Gouri English title:The 81st Blow
1974 United Kingdom The World at War (TV) Michael Darlow Episode 20, "Genocide" (First broadcast 27 March 1974).
1976 United Kingdom
United States
West Germany
The Memory of Justice Marcel Ophüls 4.6 hours long. Won Los Angeles Film Critics Special Award.
1977 West Germany Reinhard Heydrich - Manager des Terrors Heinz Schirk

1980s [edit]

Year Country Title Director Notes
1980 West Germany Der Gelbe Stern Dieter Hildebrandt English title:The Yellow Star
1981 Australia The Hunter and the Hunted John Oakley
1982 United States Genocide Arnold Schwartzman Best Documentary Feature Oscar winner
1982 Sweden The Story of Chaim Rumkowski and the Jews of Lodz Peter Cohen and Bo Kuritzen
1982 United States Who Shall Live and Who Shall Die Laurence Jarvik Distributed by Kino International Corporation
1983 United States To Bear Witness Gavin P. Boyle
1983 United Kingdom Schindler: The Documentary (TV) Jon Blair Released in the US in 1994 as Schindler: The Real Story
1983 United States The Work Bernard Offen
1984 United States A Generation Apart Jack Fisher
1984 United States Kaddish Steve Brand Based on book by Dr. Randolph Braham
1985 Soviet Union Babiy Yar: Lessons of History
1985 West Germany Die Befreiung von Auschwitz Irmgard von zur Mühlen English title:Liberation of Auschwitz 1945
1985 West Germany Goethe in D. Manfred Vosz
1985 France Shoah Claude Lanzmann 9.5 hours long
1985 United States Say I'm a Jew[12] Pier Marton Jewish identity for Second Generation European Jews
1985 United States The Ties That Bind Su Friedrich
1986 Australia Paradise Camp Frank Heimans Concerns the Theresienstadt concentration camp
1986 United States Partisans of Vilna Joshua Waletzky Documentary produced by Aviva Kempner about the Jewish resistance in the Vilna Ghetto.
1986 West Germany Die Befreiung von Auschwitz Bengt von zur Mühlen
1988 Israel B'Glal Hamilhamah Hahi Orna Ben-Dor Niv English title: Because of That War
1988 United States
Hôtel Terminus: Klaus Barbie, sa vie et son temps Marcel Ophüls English title: Hôtel Terminus: The Life and Times of Klaus Barbie
1988 West Germany Mit 22 Jahren wollte man noch nicht sterben Rainer Ritzel
1988 France
Témoins Marcel Lozinski Polish title: Swiadkowie; English title: Witnesses: Anti-Semitism in Poland, 1946
1988 United States Voices from the Attic Debbie Goodstein
1989 Israel Hugo Yair Lev
1989 United States Lodz Ghetto Alan Adelson & Kate Taverna
1989 Sweden The Architecture of Doom Peter Cohen English title:The Architecture of Doom
1989 United States Yad Vashem: Preserving the Past to Ensure the Future Ray Errol Fox

1990s [edit]

Year Country Title Director Notes
1990 United States C.A.N.D.L.E.S.: The Story of the Mengele Twins (TV) Gordon J. Murray
1991 France Premier convoi (TV) Jacky Assoun and Suzette Bloch
1991 United Kingdom Purple Triangles Martin Smith Describes the accounts of Jehovah's Witnesses in Nazi camps.[13]
1991 United Kingdom Chasing Shadows Naomi Gryn About the childhood experiences of Holocaust survivor Rabbi Hugo Gryn.[14]
1991 Canada A Day in the Warsaw Ghetto: A Birthday Trip in Hell Jack Kuper Based on the diaries of Warsaw ghetto inmates
1991 United States They Risked Their Lives: Rescuers of the Holocaust Gay Block
1992 United States Sequel to Lódz Ghetto Alan Adelson
1992 Poland Miejsce urodzenia Paweł Łoziński English title: Birthplace
1992 France La Rafle du Vel-d'Hiv, La Marche du siècle William Karel
1992 Japan The Visas That Saved Lives Alan Adelson
1992 Sweden Återkomster Joanna Helander and Bo Persson
1993 Canada Children of the Shadows Marc Cukier
1994 Israel
Balagan Andres Veiel Based on the play Arbeit macht frei by Smadar Jaaron and David Maayan
1994 United States Diamonds in the Snow Mira Reym Binford
1994 United States Choosing One's Way: Resistance in Auschwitz/Birkenau Ted Kay and Allen Secher
1994 United States The Holocaust: In Memory of Millions (TV) Brian Blake Hosted by Walter Cronkite
1994 Austria Die Kunst des Erinnerns - Simon Wiesenthal Johanna Heer and Werner Schmiedel English title: The Art of Remembrance - Simon Wiesenthal
1994 Spain
La Memoria del agua Héctor Fáver English title: Memory of Water
1994 Unknown The Power of Conscience: The Danish Resistance and the Rescue of the Jews Alexandra Isles
1994 France
Tzedek Marek Halter
1994 Finland Vankileirien paratiisi Lisa Hovinheimo [15]
1995 United States
United Kingdom
Anne Frank Remembered (TV) Jon Blair
1995 Israel Bottles in the Cellar Shmuel Imberman
1995 United States Children Remember the Holocaust (TV) Mark Gordon Hosted by Keanu Reeves
1995 United States One Survivor Remembers (TV) Kary Antholis
1995 Israel Reshimot Vanda (TV) Vered Berman
1995 Belgium Rhodes nostalgie (TV) Diane Perelsztejn
1996 France Drancy Avenir Arnaud des Pallières Deportations from Paris[16]
1996 United States My Knees Were Jumping: Remembering the Kindertransports Melissa Hacker
1996 United Kingdom Nuremberg Stephen Trombley
1996 United States Survivors of the Holocaust Allan Holzman
1996 United Kingdom The Nazis: A Warning from History Laurence Rees and Tilman Remme
1996 Germany Hitler's Henchmen Guido Knopp, Sebastian Dehnhardt, Jörg Müllner, Andreas Christoph Schmidt TV Mini-series, 2 seasons, 12 episodes
1997 Denmark
United Kingdom
The Island on Bird Street Søren Kragh-Jacobsen Based on the book by Uri Orlev
1997 United States Blood Money: Switzerland's Nazi Gold Stephen Crisman
1997 Switzerland Grüningers Fall Richard Dindo Based on the book by Stefan Keller
1997 United States My Hometown Concentration Camp Bernard Offen
1997 United States In the Shadow of the Reich: Nazi Medicine John Michalczyk Based on the book by Stefan Keller
1997 Switzerland Journal de Rivesaltes 1941–1942 Jacqueline Veuve
1997 United States The Long Way Home Mark Jonathan Harris Narrated by Morgan Freeman
1997 United States The Lost Children of Berlin Elizabeth McIntyre Narrated by Anthony Hopkins
1997 United States Out Loud! Miriam Bjeirre
1997 Germany Das Prinzip Dora Claudette Coulanges & Rolf Coulanges
1997 United States Raising the Ashes Michael O'Keefe
1997 Israel
Czech Republic
Shahor Lavan Zeh Tzivoni Tamir Paul
1997 United States The Trial of Adolf Eichmann Describes the time period of Adolf Eichmann from his being brought to Israel till his execution. Also an insight is given into the mind of the mass murderer.
1997 France
Un vivant qui passe Claude Lanzmann English title: A Visitor from the Living
1997 Germany Unterwegs als sicherer Ort Dietrich Schubert English title On the Move Is a Safe Place
1997 Italy Memoria Ruggero Gabbai Selected for the "Berlin International Film Festival". Collection of about ninety eyewitnesses' interviews, the voices of the Italian survivors of the Shoah.
1998 Germany
Czech Republic
Diese Tage in Terezin Sibylle Schönemann English title: Those Days in Terezin
1998 Germany
Fotoamator Dariusz Jablonski English title: Photographer; French title: Chronique couleur du ghetto de Łódź; German title: Der Fotograf
1998 United States The Last Days James Moll Won Academy Award for Documentary Feature
1998 United States A Letter Without Words Lisa Lewenz
1998 Belgium Der Judenmord Michel Alexandre
1998 Switzerland Nachrichten aus dem Untergrund Andreas Hoessli English title Underground Messengers
1998 United States Never Forget Sherrie Drummond Short
1998 United States A Sculpture of Love and Anguish: The Miami Beach Holocaust Memorial David Braman
1999 United States Burning Questions Michael Porembski
1999 United States The Children of Chabannes Lisa Gossels
1999 Switzerland Children of the Night Jolanta Dylewska
1999 United States Eyewitness Bert Van Bork
1999 Germany Flucht in den Dschungel Michael Juncker
1999 Canada Hidden Heroes Karen Pascal
1999 Switzerland
Martin Ra'anan Alexandrowicz
1999 Germany Mendel lebt – Wiederbegegnung mit Mendel Szajnfeld Hans-Dieter Grabe
1999 United States
United Kingdom
Mr. Death: The Rise and Fall of Fred A. Leuchter, Jr. Errol Morris
1999 United States Process B-7815 Bernard Offen
1999 United States Tak for Alt: Survival of a Human Spirit Laura Bialis & Broderick Fox & Sarah Levy
1999 Israel
Un spécialiste, portrait d'un criminel moderne Eyal Sivan Documentary film directed by Rony Brauman and Eyal Sivan, originally released in 1999 to theaters worldwide. Made entirely out of the restored original video recordings of Adolf Eichmann's trial at Jerusalem edited down to 120 minutes, the film focuses especially on the desk murderer's psychology. No narration or commentary is used, albeit the material is at times edited visually and acoustically to disturbing effect, to reflect the most disturbing nature of the events related in the words of the witnesses, the court, and the defendant, and scored with disturbing musique concrete or ambient music.

Official Selection of the 1999 Berlin International Film Festival,[17][18] winner of the Grimme-Preis in 2001.[17][18] Was criticized for tendentious editing making Eichmann appear in a more positive light and especially making prosecutor Gideon Hausner appear to display rude and unfair behavior in court, by Stewart Tryster, director of the Steven Spielberg Jewish Film Archive, in his 2005 documentary Editing the Truth Away: The Eichmann Trial and The Specialist .[19][20]

Released on French VHS and DVD under its original title, on NTSC VHS as Adolf Eichmann: The Specialist, on Region 1 DVD as The Specialist: Portrait of a Modern Criminal, and on German VHS as Ein Spezialist. All of these home video editions are currently out-of-print.

1999 United States Witness: Voices from the Holocaust Joshua M. Greene & Shiva Kumar
1999 Germany Drei deutsche Mörder. Aufzeichnungen über die Banalität des Bösen Ebbo Demant
1999 Poland ... gdzie jest mój starszy syn Kain Agnieszka Arnold Considers Jedwabne pogrom


Year Country Title Director Notes
2000 United Kingdom Auschwitz: The Final Witnesses Sheldon Lazarus
2000 Spain Cerca del Danubio Felipe Vega
2000 United States Fighter Amir Bar-Lev
2000 United States Typhoons' Last Storm Lawrence Bond
2000 Israel Hazehut Ha'Avuda Shel Hanita Vered Berman
2000 United Kingdom The Holocaust on Trial Leslie Woodhead
2000 United Kingdom
United States
Into the Arms of Strangers: Stories of the Kindertransport Mark Jonathan Harris
2000 United States Paragraph 175 Rob Epstein and Jeffrey Friedman Documentary about gays and the Holocaust
2000 Israel Reshimat Ahava David Fisher
2000 Germany Das Himmler-Projekt Romuald Karmakar
2001 United States Exodus to Berlin Jeff Kamen and Peter Laufer
2001 United States Holocaust: New York Tolerance Center Scott Goldstein
2001 Germany Eine Liebe in Auschwitz Thilo Thielke & Jens Nicolai
2001 Poland Śmierć Zygelbojma Dżamila Ankiewicz
2001 Poland Sąsiedzi Agnieszka Arnold Concerns Jedwabne pogrom
2001 France Sobibor, 14 octobre 1943, 16 heures Claude Lanzmann English title: Sobibor, Oct. 14, 1943, 4 p.m.
2001 Canada Struma Radu Gabrea
2001 Slovakia Svedok Dušan Hudec
2002 Illusion Concerns Kurt Gerron
2002 United States Last Dance Mirra Bank
2002 Poland Pamiętam Marcel Lozinski English title: I Remember
2002 United States
United Kingdom
Prisoner of Paradise Malcolm Clarke & Stuart Sender
2002 United States Sudbina mi nije dala da odem Dominik Sedlar & Jakov Sedlar English title: Fate Did Not Let Me Go
2002 Canada Undying Love Helene Klodawsky
2003 United States Berga: Soldiers of Another War Charles Guggenheim
2003 United States
Den Danske løsning Karen Cantor & Camilla Kjærulff English title:The Danish Solution: The Rescue of the Jews in Denmark
2003 Australia Long Shadows: Stories from a Jewish Home Kate Hampel
2003 United States Luboml: My Heart Remembers Eileen Douglas & Ron Steinman
2003 Germany Mariannes Heimkehr Stefan Röttger & Gert Monheim
2003 Germany Land der Vernichtung Romuald Karmakar
2004 United States A is for Auschwitz: A Weekend with My Grandparents
2004 Canada Against the Odds Jedrzej Jonasz
2004 United States Imaginary Witness: Hollywood and the Holocaust Daniel Anker
2004 Poland Hawaii and the Holocaust Bernard Offen
2004 United States Paper Clips Elliot Berlin & Joe Fab About the Paper Clips Project
2004 Italy La fuga degli innocenti Leone Pompucci
2004 Germany Wege der Tübinger Juden. Eine Spurensuche Ulrike Baumgärtner
2004 United Kingdom Auschwitz: The Nazis and the 'Final Solution' Also known as Auschwitz: Inside the Nazi State Dominic Sutherland, Martina Balazova and Detlef Siebert Companion book: Auschwitz: A New History
2004 Germany
Czech Republic
The Ninth Day Volker Schlöndorff Based on a portion of Pfarrerblock 25487 (ISBN 2-87963-286-2), the diary of Father Jean (1907–1994)
2005 Chile Holocausto:Tercera Generación Daniel Segal & Daniel Halpern
2005 Germany Mit dem Mut der Verzweifelten – Jüdischer Widerstand gegen Hitler Rena Giefer & Thomas Giefer
2005 Germany
2 oder 3 Dinge, die ich von ihm weiß Malte Ludin English title: 2 or 3 Things I Know About Him — Ludin's family's reaction to their father's role in sending Jews to Auschwitz
2005 Hungary Process (TV) Péter Muszatics
2005 Israel A Treasure in Auschwitz (TV) Yahaly Gat
2005 Germany Wenn lang die Bilder schon verblassen... KZ Theresienstadt - Propagandafilm und Wirklichkeit Thilo Pohle
2005 Germany Winterkinder - Die schweigende Generation Jens Schanze
2006 France Amants des hommes Isabelle Darmengeat English title: Men lovers
2006 France Nuremberg: The Nazis Facing their Crimes Christian Delage
2006 Canada Once a Nazi... Frederic Bohbot & Evan Beloff
2006 United States Borrowing Time Robert Allan Black
2006 United States Journey to Justice Steve Palackdharry
2006 United States Knocking Joel Engardio and Tom Shepard
2006 Italy La Strada di Levi Davide Ferrario
2006 Germany Der letzte Zug Joseph Vilsmaier, Dana Vávrová
2006 Austria
The Counterfeiters Stefan Ruzowitzky
2006 United Kingdom Kz Rex Bloomstein Documents the attitudes and experiences of tourists and students visiting Mauthausen concentration camp, their guides, and the townspeople of Mauthausen.
2007-2010 Czech Republic Forgotten transports Lukáš Přibyl Forgotten Transports to Estonia (2007), 85 min.

Forgotten Transports to Latvia (2007), 85 min.

Forgotten Transports to Belarus (2008), 85 min.

Forgotten Transports to Poland (2010), 85 min.

2008 Israel Classmates of Anne Frank Eyal Boers
2008 United States Scrapbooks from Hell: The Auschwitz Albums Erik Nelson
2008 Poland Anioł Śmierci (The Angel of Death) Marta Mironowicz Documentary on Josef Mengele's experiments.
2008 Germany Gerdas Schweigen Britta Wauer
2009 Israel Defamation Yoav Shamir
2009 France Einsatzgruppen, les commandos de la mort (Nazi Death Squads) Michaël Prazan 4x55 min.
2009 United Kingdom The Secret Diary of the Holocaust Alexander Marengo
2009 France Das Reich, Hitler's death squads Michaël Prazan
2009 Germany Der weiße Rabe – Max Mannheimer Carolin Otto


Year Country Title Director Notes
2010 Canada Song of the Lodz Ghetto David Kaufman
2010 Israel
A Film Unfinished Yael Hersonski
2010 Canada


Nazi Hunters Tim Wolochatiuk TV Mini-series, 13 episodes
2010 France Le Rapport Karski Claude Lanzmann An extended interview with Polish resistance fighter Jan Karski, consisting largely of footage gathered for but not included in Claude Lanzmann's epic 9-hour documentary Shoah.
2011 Germany Auschwitz Uwe Boll
2011 Israel
The Flat Arnon Goldfinger
2011 Turkey Turkish Passport Burak Arlıel A documentary about the Jews who were rescued by Turkish diplomats through having been given Turkish diplomatic passports.
2011 Israel
Hitler's Children Chanoch Zeevi
2012 Austria Dann bin ich ja ein Mörder Walter Manoschek The subject of the film is Adolf Storms and the Deutsch Schützen massacre
2012 United States Bearing Witness: The Voices of Our Survivors Heather Elliott-Famularo
2012 United States Misa's Fugue Sean Gaston
2012 Germany 204 AR-Z 269/60Y Die Protokolle Wolfgang Jost & Winfried Wallat
2012 United States No Place on Earth Janet Tobias Documentary about a group of Jews who lived in caves in Ukraine for nearly 18 months to escape the Holocaust.
2012 United States REFUGE: Stories of the Selfhelp Home Ethan Bensinger Documentary about the last generation of Holocaust Survivors and Refugees at Chicago's Selfhelp Home
2012 United States The Resort Galina Kalashnikova
2012 Netherlands
United States
Transport XX to Auschwitz Karen Lynne & Richard Bloom
2012 United States Hiding Halina Jeff MacIntyre 9 out of 10 Jewish children perished during the Holocaust. Those who survived were hidden. "Hiding Halina" is a documentary about a little girl who beat the odds.
2013 Austria
Das Radikal Böse Stefan Ruzowitzky
2013 United Kingdom The Unseen Holocaust Mike Ibeji
2013 Canada
United States
United Kingdom
The Lady in Number 6 Malcolm Clarke
2013 Italy The Longest Journey Ruggero Gabbai A documentary about the last days of the Jews of Rhodes.
2013 France Last of the Unjust Claude Lanzmann
2014 Poland Warsaw Uprising Jan Komasa Documentary film using archived and colorized footage of Warsaw uprising. Polish title: Powstanie Warszawskie
2014 France Izieu, Children in the Shoah Romain Icard
2014 France Jusqu'au dernier, La destruction des Juifs d'Europe William Karel, Blanche Finger 8 episodes x 52 minutes

English title: Annihilation - The Destruction of Europe's Jews

2014 Germany Forbidden Films Felix Moeller Between 1933 and 1945, 1200 feature films were made in Germany. After the war the Allies banned over 300 films as propaganda. There are still restrictions on over 40 of these films today.
2014 United States Berlin Calling Nigel Dick A punk fan from Los Angeles traces her father's journey back to the concentration camp in Theresienstadt where he spent two years of his life.
2014 Israel
Farewell Herr Schwarz Yael Reuveny An Israeli woman living in Germany, granddaughter of a survivor, explores the ramifications of discovering a great-uncle who, unbeknownst to the family in Israel, lived out his life in East Germany near the camp he was held in.
2014 United Kingdom Night Will Fall Andre Singer
2014 Germany
The Decent One Vanessa Lapa
2014 France Shoah, les Oubliés de l’Histoire Véronique Lagoarde-Ségot
2014 Israel
Czech Republic
United States
Gisi Natasha Dudinski The story of Gisi Fleischmann, a woman who believed she could stop the Holocaust if only she managed to raise enough money.
2015 United Kingdom What Our Fathers Did: A Nazi Legacy David Evans
2016 Germany Austerlitz Sergei Loznitsa Documentary showing how tourists act while visiting the Sachsenhausen and Dachau concentration camps.
2017 Israel Ghetto Uprising - The Untold Story Yuval Haimovich-Zuser A film revolving around the Warsaw Ghetto uprising.
2017 France Josef Mengele: Hunting A Nazi Criminal Emmanuel Amara
2017 United States The Zookeeper's Wife
2018 United States The Number on Great-Grandpa's Arm Amy Schatz The film features a conversation between a ten year old and his Grandfather, a Holocaust survivor.
2018 United States Who Will Write Our History Roberta Grossman
2018 Germany Der Letzte Jollyboy Hans-Erich Viet
2018 United States Operation Finale Chris Weitz Dramatization of Mossad's clandestine operation to kidnap Adolf Eichmann from Argentina for his trial in Jerusalem.
2018 Canada The Accountant of Auschwitz Matthew Shoychet The trial of Oskar Gröning, who worked as accountant in Auschwitz, responsible for the murder of over 300,000 Jews.[21]
2018 South Africa The Secret Survivor Johnathan Andrews After nearly 70 years of silence, Veronica Phillips, a survivor of Ravensbrück, decides to tell her story for future generations to learn from her tragic experiences during and after the Holocaust.[22]
2019 Hungary A Pásztor László Illés English title: The Shepherd. The main character is an old shepherd, who lives alone on a ranch. After his daughter was killed by Nazis, he decided in his grief to save as many Jewish lives as possible.
2019 Israel


Made in Auschwitz: The Untold Story of Block 10 Sylvia Nagel, Sonya Winterberg The story of the over 400 young women who underwent medical experimentation in Auschwitz under Carl Clauberg, an enterprising, sadistic gynaecologist.
2019 Germany Free State Midpoint Kai Ehlers & Domenico Distilo The film reports from a chapter of the Nazi regime - eugenics - that has not been covered extensively from a subjective perspective, due to a lack of eloquent witnesses and a forum for their few voices.
2019 United States No Asylum: The Untold Chapter of Anne Frank's Story Paula Fouce The discovery of the lost letters of Anne Frank's father, Otto, reveal an unknown chapter of their family's life.


Year Country Title Directors Notes
2020 Germany Getrennt durch Stacheldraht – Jugendjahre im KZ Gusen Julia & Robert Grantner
2020 United Kingdom Final Account Luke Holland
2020 United Kingdom Route to Paradise Thomas Gardner

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Further reading[edit]


  1. ^ a b Reimer, R.C.; Reimer, C.J. (2012). Historical Dictionary of Holocaust Cinema. Historical Dictionaries of Literature and the Arts. Scarecrow Press. p. xiii. ISBN 978-0-8108-7986-7.
  2. ^ Wilson, Kristi M.; Crowder-Taraborrelli, Tomás F., eds. (2012). Film and Genocide. Madison, Wisconsin: The University of Wisconsin Press. p. 11. ISBN 9780299285647.
  3. ^ Reimer, R.C.; Reimer, C.J. (2012). Historical Dictionary of Holocaust Cinema. Scarecrow Press. p. xvii. ISBN 978-0-8108-7986-7.
  4. ^ "Border Street (1948) Release Info". IMDB. Retrieved 2018-10-19.
  5. ^ "Schindler's List website". Archived from the original on 2010-06-07.
  6. ^ "The Seventh Room (1996)". IMDb. Retrieved 5 December 2016.
  7. ^ Síla lidskosti - Nicholas Winton at IMDb
  8. ^ Geleman Educational Foundation: Nicholas Winton.
  9. ^ [1] Archived December 15, 2007, at the Wayback Machine
  10. ^ "Holocaust Era in Croatia: Jasenovac 1941-1945". Archived from the original on 2007-03-11. Retrieved 2013-04-22.
  11. ^ "Watch The Full Program Online | Memory Of The Camps | Frontline". PBS. Retrieved 2013-04-22.
  12. ^ "Say I'm a Jew by Pier Marton (1985) – 28 min. | Pier Marton". 5 August 2012.
  13. ^ Purple Triangles (1991). IMDb.
  14. ^ "Chasing Shadows (1991)" – via
  15. ^ Vankileirien paratiisi, retrieved 2018-12-27
  16. ^ The film has been described as an « enquête historique, poétique et philosophique sur les traces de l'extermination des Juifs dans Paris et sa banlieue aujourd'hui » — French Wikipedia.
  17. ^ a b The Specialist, portrait of a modern criminal 1999, (click Awards tab at the top of the article)
  18. ^ a b Un Spécialiste - Portrait d'un Criminel Moderne // The Specialist, Portrait of a Modern Criminal Archived 2014-02-13 at the Wayback Machine, Doc Aliance: Votre Cinéma Documentaire en Ligne (click drop-downs for Fesivals and Prix)
  19. ^ (2013). Post script to June 6th posting "...watching Eichman", NYU Orphan Film Project, The Orphan Film Symposium: Archivists, academics, & artists saving, studying, & screening neglected moving images, June 20, 2013
  20. ^ Tryster, Stewart (2011). Audio recording (provided by New York University) of a lecture by Stewart Tryster outlining his criticisms of the film Un spécialiste, delivered at the Sorbonne conference Le procès Eichmann: Réceptions, médiations, postérités, June 7–9, 2011 (42 min., mp3)
  21. ^ "The Accountant of Auschwitz (2018)".
  22. ^ "Veronica Phillips The Secret Survivor". United World Nation. 2018-08-06. Retrieved 2021-02-28.