We Shall Not Die Now

We Shall Not Die Now is a new feature length documentary film which chronicles the horrors of the Holocaust which saw over six million Jews and millions of others systematically murdered by the Nazi regime between 1939 and 1945.

It is now 75 years since World War II came to a conclusion and in this film we not only explore the horrific human tragedy that occurred but what we can potentially learn from it going forward. We also witness the resilience of those individuals who were lucky enough to survive the Holocaust and hear of how they managed to build their lives in spite of such unimaginable suffering.

Through interviews with the survivors and liberators who experienced it first hand, We Shall Not Die Now is a journey of despair, hope, and the triumph of the human spirit through history’s darkest hours. Featuring interviews with Cantor Moshe Taube (number twenty-two on Schindler’s List) and Ben Ferencz (concentration camp liberator and last living prosecutor of the Nuremberg trials).

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