Fifteen hours of interviews regarding 13 diplomats who saved hundreds of thousands of Jews and others during the Holocaust that are part of the 2011 documentary "The Rescuers," are to be integrated into the University of Southern California's Shoah Foundation's Visual History Archive.
Joyce D. Mandell, who has a second home in Boca Raton, is executive producer for the documentary, "The Rescuers," which consists of interviews regarding 13 diplomats who saved hundreds of thousands of Jews and others during the Holocaust. (Courtesy) Fifteen hours of interviews regarding 13 diplomats who saved hundreds of thousands of Jews and
The Joyce D. Mandell Rescuers Collection, a new collection of testimonies about righteous diplomats turned rescuers during the Holocaust, to be showcased at USC Shoah Foundation this Fall.
In line with UK Jewish Film’s educational objective to combat antisemitism through film and in partnership with local authorities, this January we are delivering two Speak Out screening events based on The Rescuers for schools to commemorate Holocaust Memorial Day 2018. The Rescuers, by acclaimed director and producer Michael W. King, features Holocaust historian
Documentary 8:34 PM PDT 5/7/2014 by Frank Scheck Michael W. King - Documentary - Rescuers Michael King's documentary recounts the inspirational stories of diplomats who risked their lives and careers to save Jews during the Holocaust. “The mystery of goodness” is the theme of Michael King’s film recounting the stories of a dozen diplomats and
SCREENING Press Release, posted Nov 13, 2011 Winnipeg, MB– What is behind the “mystery of goodness” that leads people to accomplish great deeds for the sake of others? That was the underlying question that connected Rwandan anti-genocide activist Stephanie Nyombayire to Sir Martin Gilbert, world renowned historian and Holocaust expert in the film, The Rescuers. The