New York Premiere! Raye Farr, director of Steven Spielberg Film and Video Archives at USHMM, in person!

This program presents a rare opportunity to see powerful, unused footage from three interviews filmed for Claude Lanzmann’s landmark documentary Shoah—Abraham Bomba, who was a barber in Treblinka; Peter Bergson, who struggled to publicize Nazi crimes against the Jews; and the deeply affecting Ruth Elias. Raye Farr, director of the Steven Spielberg Film & Video Archive at the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum, will discuss the painstaking process of preserving the 16mm film and editing these segments for viewing.

  • Directed By U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum
  • 2011
  • USA
  • English
  • 55 minutes