NEW FILMS FROM 7TH ART

After Munich

Four women revisit the moment that changed their lives forever in the wake of the 1972 Munich Olympic Massacre.

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The Burning Child

Memories are where the heart is- a love song to pre WWII Vienna.

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Walter Arlen's First Century

Exile music is not written by those whom life left unchallenged.

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Prosecuting Evil: The Extraordinary World of Ben Ferencz

A portrait of Ben Ferencz, the last surviving Nuremberg Trial prosecutor, who continues to wage a crusade for law and peace.

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Murer: Anatomy of a Trial

The respected local politician and wealthy farmer Franz Murer is on trial for a serious war crime allegedly committed while he was in command...

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Sugihara Survivors: Jewish and Japanese, Past and Present

The little known story of a Japanese diplomat who issued 2,139 visas and saved thousands of lives from the Holocaust.

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Sam Spiegel: Conquering Hollywood

The true story of the multi-Oscar winning producer who fled Europe to produce some of Hollywood's most legendary and acclaimed films.

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The Twinning Reaction

Examines the profound human toll of a tragically failed research experiment in the 1960s.

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The Untameable Kirk Douglas

A loving and touching tribute to the life and career of a Jewish-American icon

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The Prince and the Dybbuk

The story of a glamorous human chameleon haunted by a mystical spirit.

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Last Class in Baghdad

Last Class in Baghdad is a unique window into the lives of Iraq’s last Jewish community.

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Dreaming of a Jewish Christmas

An offbeat, irreverent musical documentary that tells the story of a group of Jewish songwriters.

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Persona Non Grata

Against orders, a Japanese diplomat issued visas to 6,000 Jewish refugees during WWII.

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Destination Unknown

They survived, but could they be free?

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