Judaic Studies: Films & Videos in the University of Arizona Library
199-. 25 min. National Center for Jewish Films.
Presents a portrait of 80-year-old Nana Zilkha who was born in Bagdad and now lives in an apartment in New York. She tells of her life with her husband and seven children and of the people and places she has known.
Media Coll F128.9 J5 N35 1990. VIDEO.
1985. 59 min. International Historic Films, Inc.
The official film record of the Nazi death camps as photographed by Allied forces advancing into Germany.
Media Coll D805.G3 N39 1985. VIDEO.
1987. 86 min. (in Hebrew with English subtitles) Ergo Media Coll Inc.
Noa, a seventeen year old, struggles for personal autonomy as an ideological debate over the future of Kibbutz socialism tears her family apart.
Media Coll PS3531.O752 N65 1987. VIDEO.
1990. 150 min. Ergo Media Coll Inc.
The story of the Bialystok Ghetto as told through personal narratives.
Media Coll DS135.P62 B545 1990. VIDEO.
1983. 29 min. Direct Cinema Ltd.
Interviews conducted by anthropologist Barbara G. Myerhoff to document lives of Jewish senior citizens of Israel Levin Senior Adult Center, Venice, California. F869.L8 N86 1983. VIDEO. One Step Ahead: Israeli & Palestinian Women. 1995. 51 min. Eshel Productions. A profile of six Jewish and Palestinian women who are working together to further the Mid-East peace process.
Media Coll DS119.7 .O54 1995. VIDEO.
1979 (c1945). 76 min. United States Department of Defense; dist. by National Audiovisual Center.
A film record of the trials of the Nazi leaders at Nuremberg, Germany.
Media Coll JX5437.8 .N8. VIDEO.
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