This ten minute film introduces Holocaust Memorial Day and explains why we commemorate the Holocaust, Nazi persecution of other groups, and the subsequent genocides in Cambodia, Rwanda, Bosnia and Darfur.
Our film to mark Holocaust Memorial Day 2016: Don't stand by features survivor of the Holocaust, Susan Pollack, telling a unique story of surviving genocide for the first time.
Our film for Holocaust Memorial Day (HMD) 2017 challenges us to think about how we can support those who face hostility today and create a safer society together.
John Simm reads the words of Sigrid Falknestein.
Sheila Hancock reads the poem Refugee Blues by W H Auden.
Nina Sosanya reads the poem Colors - A thought to all the survivors of the 1994 genocide by Michaella Rugwizangoga, an award-winning Rwandan poet.
Jenny Agutter reads an extract from Tears of the Desert by Halima Bashir.
Collage artist Martin O’Neill and animator Andrew Griffin met Holocaust survivor Bettine Le Beau at her north London home, as part of the HMD 2015 Memory Makers project.
Margaret is a German Jewish Refugee. She fled Nazi persecution, leaving her family behind and then settled in the UK. In this Untold Stories film she speaks about the persecution which drove her family from Germany, how she escaped to England, and the fate of her relatives who were left behind.
This film, created for Holocaust Memorial Day 2018, features the testimonies of two survivors of the Holocaust, Ivor Perl BEM and Helen Aronson, and survivor of the Genocide in Bosnia, Safet Vukalić.