Don’t Touch My Holocaust

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Don’t Touch My Holocaust

This  cinematic adaptation of the award-winning play, “Arbeit Macht  Frei”,  accompanies the Acre Theater Group as it probes the innermost  recesses  of the Israeli psyche in the generation after the Holocaust.  The film  takes the viewer along the most difficult collective journey  faced by  Israeli society – the Holocaust – with an impact so sweeping  and so  real, it can truly be said that all of us – Moroccans, Iraqis,  Germans,  and even Khaled Abu-Ali, the Palestinian protagonist – are  survivors of  the Holocaust.

Festivals and Awards:

Winner, Best Documentary, 1994 Israeli Oscars; Berlinale International Film Festival, 1995; San Francisco Jewish Film Festival, 1995; Special Mention at the Jerusalem International Film Festival, 1994; Dublin International Film Festival, 1995; Montreal International Film Festival, 1995

Director: Asher Tlalim

Producer: Daniel Paran, Danny Seaton

Production Company: Set Films

Cinematographer: Yoram Milloh, Asher Tlalim

Editor: Asher Tlalim

Supporter(s): New Fund for Cinema and Television

Subtitles: English

Film Name in Hebrew: אל תיגעו לי בשואה

This  cinematic adaptation of the award-winning play, “Arbeit Macht  Frei”,  accompanies the Acre Theater Group as it probes the innermost  recesses  of the Israeli psyche in the generation after the Holocaust.  The film  takes the viewer along the most difficult collective journey  faced by  Israeli society – the Holocaust – with an impact so sweeping  and so  real, it can truly be said that all of us – Moroccans, Iraqis,  Germans,  and even Khaled Abu-Ali, the Palestinian protagonist – are  survivors of  the Holocaust.

Festivals and Awards:

Winner, Best Documentary, 1994 Israeli Oscars; Berlinale International Film Festival, 1995; San Francisco Jewish Film Festival, 1995; Special Mention at the Jerusalem International Film Festival, 1994; Dublin International Film Festival, 1995; Montreal International Film Festival, 1995

 

Director: Asher Tlalim

Producer: Daniel Paran, Danny Seaton

Production Company: Set Films

Cinematographer: Yoram Milloh, Asher Tlalim

Editor: Asher Tlalim

Supporter(s): New Fund for Cinema and Television

Subtitles: English

Film Name in Hebrew: אל תיגעו לי בשואה

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