|Moriah Films DVD Collection includes:
Genocide is the story of man¹s inhumanity to man -- the story of the millions of men, women and children who fell victim to Hitler’s “Final Solution.” A unique multi-image documentary, which combines historical narrative with actual stories of ordinary people, caught up in the Nazi reign of terror.
Running time 1hr, 23 min.
Winner of the 1981 Academy Award® for best feature documentary
“Unforgettable…an unabashed assault on the emotions.” – Newsweek Magazine
Echoes That Remain is a poignant study of Jewish shtetl life before the Holocaust. It combines hundreds of rare archival photographs and previously unseen film footage, with live action sequences shot on location at the sites of former Jewish communities in Czechoslovakia, Hungary, Poland and Rumania.
Running time 1 hr.
“Informative, enlightening, it touches all of us…” – Alan King
Liberation is unique among the many documentaries on World War II because it addresses two themes in a single film: the dramatic story of the battle waged on two fronts during the War – the Allied campaign to liberate Europe and Adolf Hitler’s
genocidal war against the Jews.
Sir Ben Kingsley
Running time 1 hr, 40 min.
“…Fascinating…particularly effective.” – Variety
”Chilling.” – Los Angeles Times
The Long Way Home examines the critical post-World War II period between 1945 and1948 and the struggle of the tens of thousands of displaced Jewish refugees to find dignity and renewal in the aftermath of the Nazi Holocaust.
Featuring the voices of:
Running time 1hr, 54 min.
Winner of the 1997 Academy Award® for best feature documentary
“Staggeringly powerful.” – The New York Times
In Search of Peace: 1948-1967 chronicles Israel’s first two decades, offering new insights on the origins of the Middle East conflict. Combining a rich tapestry of rare archival film and photos, the film offers a unique global perspective on one of the seminal events in the 3,500-year history of the Jewish people.
Featuring the voices of:
Running time 1hr, 42 min.
“An unabashedly emotional and stirring inspirational history of Israel…” – The New York Times
Unlikely Heroes documents unknown stories of resistance during WWII including: a rabbi’s son who disguised himself as a Major in the SS to save Jews; a young woman involved in the plot to blow up the Crematorium at Birkenau; a Jew who defied
Eichmann, devising an extraordinary scheme for 40,000 Jews to get to Palestine.
Sir Ben Kingsley
Running time 1hr, 56 min.
“Another eloquent triumph for the Simon Wiesenthal Center’s Moriah Films.” – Los Angeles Times
Ever Again examines the resurgence of violent antisemitism and terrorism that threatens Europe and all of Western civilization. It exposes the dangerous Islamic extremism and culture of death being preached from the mosques of Europe’s major cities and its impact on the recent attacks in Madrid and London, the new Neo-Nazism in Germany and the shifts from the traditional antisemitism of the right to the antisemitism of the extreme left, and raises disturbing questions about our future.
The film’s conclusion echoes Edmund Burke’s warning, "The only thing necessary for evil to triumph is for good men to do nothing."
Running time: 73 minutes
Beautiful Music is the remarkable story of Devorah Schramm, an American-born, Orthodox Jewish pianist and composer who, after relocating to Israel, taught piano to a 9-year old blind and severely autistic Palestinian girl, Rasha Hamid, in the worst days of the Intifada. This heartwarming true story of the dedication of a teacher to her student is a snapshot of what is possible when peace finally comes to the Middle East. It is a testimony to the human spirit and to the incredible talents and resources that Israel has to offer and is eager to share with the entire region.
Running Time: 38 min.
I Have Never Forgotten You: The Life and Legacy of Simon Wiesenthal
Simon Wiesenthal, a Holocaust survivor who lost 89 family members, helped track down over 1,100 Nazi war criminals and spent six decades fighting anti-Semitism and prejudice against all people. Watching the early efforts of the US government to prosecute Nazi war criminals he realized, "There is no freedom without justice," and initially deicded to dedicate a few years to that quest. A few years turned into the rest of his life.
Running time: 105 minutes
*Special bonus feature for this film: subtitles available in 12 Lauguages including; Spanish, Russian, Lithuanian, Polish, German, French, Ukrainian, Portuguese, Chinese, Romanian, Hungarian and Serbo-Croatian.