Auschwitz in Film: 75 Years of Holocaust Cinema
Hosted By: The National Library of Israel (NLI)
As Elie Wiesel famously wrote about Holocaust films, “Auschwitz is something else, always something else.” How has narrative film succeeded and failed the memory of the deadliest and most documented place on earth? From “The Day the Clown Cried” (1972) to “Sophie’s Choice” (1982), “Schindler’s List’ (1993), “Life Is Beautiful” (1997), “The Grey Zone” (2001), “The Boy in the Striped Pyjamas” (2008), to “Son of Saul” (2015), what can be learned from these representations and many others?
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