A look at films that have illuminated one of history’s most traumatic events, featuring a carefully curated collection of iconic films as well as our discussions with filmmakers, historians, experts and exclusive introductions.


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Remembering and honouring the tragedy of the Holocaust has been the motive behind countless films depicting life in concentration camps, revealing the hardships people endured, and portraying inspirational stories of survival and resilience. Here, we take a look at powerful films that have illuminated one of history’s most traumatic events.

We hope you enjoy these iconic films, exclusive introductions, and discussions with filmmakers, historians and experts!

Featuring over 25 powerful films (released 1940-today). All titles are available May 6-15, 2021 for free!

To attend, visit j-flix.com and sign up as a member. After signing up, simply log in at watch.tjff.com. 

You will have free access to all films available in your country. Registration space for each title is limited, so sign up today!

ALL Films available in Canada (except Quebec)

  • 23 Films available in Quebec
  • 20 Films available in USA
  • 8 Films available in UK
  • 7 Films available in Australia
  • 6 Films available Worldwide

Presented by:

A Kultura Collective Member

In Partnership with:

Liberation 75

Start Date: May 6, 2021

Closing Date: May 15, 2021

Various times / watch on demand


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If accessibility options not listed, please contact the venue to confirm


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