The Holocaust

Misha and the Wolves – first-look review

By Hannah Strong

The truth proves far stranger than the fiction in this constantly surprising Holocaust chronicle.

How we documented my grandfather’s Holocaust survival story

By Darren Richman

Capturing Zigi Shipper’s testimony of the Nazis’ atrocities is the most important thing I’ve ever done.

Destination Unknown

By Juliette Cottu

This powerful new documentary gleans new testimonies from survivors of the Holocaust.



By Trevor Johnston

Rachel Weisz rails against Nazi apologists in this sturdy court room drama for the ‘post-truth’ age.


Watch Rachel Weisz defend history in courtroom drama Denial

By Caroline Middleton

Holocaust denial is a matter for the courts in this true-life legal drama.

Son of Saul

By Craig Williams

László Nemes’ Oscar-winning drama recreates the shame and horror of the Holocaust to harrowing affect.

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The Last of the Unjust

By Jordan Cronk

Claude Lanzmann’s devastating appendix to his epochal Holocaust documentary, Shoah, is a vital piece of cinema.

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The problem with Hollywood’s representation of the Holocaust

By Tom Seymour

Why are Tinseltown’s depictions of this atrocity so often reduced to little more than failing memories?

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