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After Silence

Examines the treatment of Japanese-Americans during WW II, and its relevance to post 9/11 America.

Bullfrog Films | 2003 | 30 minutes

Alois Nebel

Lonely train dispatcher, Alois Nebel, has disturbing hallucinations of central Europe's past whenever a fog or snow descends on the station. At that point, he encounters a mute stranger, whose dark past intersects with Nebel's visions.

KimStim | 2012 | 80 minutes

Amateur Photographer

The story of a German soldier and the photographs that he took, while serving on the Eastern Front during WWII.

Icarus Films | 2004 | 26 minutes

As a Young Girl of Thirteen...

Holocaust survivor Simone Lagrange vividly recounts her experiences in Auschwitz, and the role she played in bringing Nazi war criminal Klaus Barbie to justice.

Icarus Films | 2009 | 88 minutes

As If It Were Yesterday

Belgians recount how they saved Jewish children during WWII.

Icarus Films | 1980 | 84 minutes

Beltracchi: The Art of Forgery

The life and work of Wolfgang Beltracchi, a master forger whose work fooled the international art world for 40 years.

KimStim | 2015 | 93 minutes

Black Sun

A history of the esoteric ideas and myths that served as a breeding ground for Nazi ideology and inspired Adolf Hiter.

Icarus Films | 2009 | 90 minutes

Casting Blossoms to the Sky

Reiko Endo visits Nagaoka to find out why victims of the tsunami were welcomed so quickly and to see a play by a high-school student.

KimStim | 2012 | 160 minutes

The Children of 209 Saint-Maur Street

An emotional piece of experimental historiography which focuses on French children whose lives were upended by World War II.

Icarus Films | 2020 | 100 minutes

Churchill's Island

Winner of the first Oscar for Best Documentary Short Subject, presents the strategy of the Battle of Britain, showing with penetrating clarity the relationships between the various forces made up the island's defenses.

National Film Board of Canada | 1941 | 22 minutes