Always Remember

A powerful screening series, accessible to all, designed to raise Holocaust awareness.

If you have questions after browsing this page, head over to our Always Remember FAQs for more. You can also register now for this month's screenings, or the entire series.

Now More Than Ever

Always Remember is a six-month series of free, virtual screenings designed to raise Holocaust awareness through cinema. Each month from June through November, we’ll offer a selection of films designed to amplify unique voices and experiences relating to the Holocaust, highlighting LGBTQ+ stories, women’s perspectives, stories of resistance, youth experiences and more.

 
The titles featured in the series include a mix of feature-length and short films; both animated and live action, fiction and nonfiction. Engaging, exclusive interviews with some of the series’ filmmakers will be included to help viewers dive even deeper into the material.

At a time when Holocaust awareness is at an all-time low and levels of antisemitism are on the rise, our commitment to Always Remember is more important now than ever.
 

The Films

June: LGBTQ+ Stories

Dear Fredy (dir. Rubi Gat, 2017, 74 mins)
Paragraph 175 (dir. Jeffrey Friedman & Rob Epstein, 2000, 81 mins)
 

July: Cross-Cultural Rescue

Anna and the Egyptian Doctor (dir. Taliya Finkel, 2022, 85 mins)
Sevap/Mitzvah (dir. Sabina Vajrača, 2023, 20 mins)
 

August: A Child’s Perspective

When Hitler Stole Pink Rabbit (dir. Caroline Link, 2021, 119 mins)
263 Nights (dir. Irina Tarasova, 2021, 27 mins)
 

September: Resistance

Remember This (dir. Jeff Hutchens & Derek Goldman, 2023, 95 mins)
Sabotage (dir. Noa Aharoni, 2022, 65 mins)
 

October: Aftermath

Love It Was Not (dir. Maya Sarfaty, 2020, 86 mins)
Additional film TBA
 

November: Memorialization and Remembrance

Anyuka (dir. Maya Erdelyi, 2023, 20 mins)
Jack and Sam (dir. Jordan Horowitz, 2023, 20 mins)
116 Cameras (dir. Davina Pardo, 2017, 16 mins)
The Anne Frank Gift Shop (dir. Mickey Rapkin, 2023, 15 mins)
Death Metal Grandma (dir. Leah Galant, 2018, 14 mins)
Additional films TBA
 

How to Watch

We’re excited to present a diverse, engaging series that is accessible to anyone who wishes to participate – all you need is an email address and a device on which to stream the film(s).

Every month, event pages for each film, containing details and registration info, will be made available. Links to those pages will also be listed above in the “The Films” section.

Registration is free; one registration per individual, per month.

Completing a single registration for any film in a given month will grant access to all films available that month. You’ll also have the option to register for the entire series.

On the first day of screening availability, registrants will be emailed a secure link by our partner Vision Media to watch that month’s films in the Film Independent Presents Online Screening Room. The access period to view the films will be approximately the last two weeks of each month.

Please note: Always Remember films, participants, availability window(s) and other details are subject to change without prior notice.
 

Questions?

For more info about Film Independent and Always Remember, visit our FAQ page.

You can also reach us directly via email at alwaysremember@filmindependent.org.
 

Accessibility

Film Independent is committed to hosting events that are accessible. For inquiries regarding accessibility, or to request an accommodation, please contact us at accessibility@filmindependent.org or 323 556 9305.