United Nations Association Award-Winning Holocaust Film
This movie is the Official Winner of The United Nations Association Global Wake-Up Festival 2011 for Best International Documentary Feature Film :
La Ausencia (The Absence) by Lizbeth Schonfeld, Eitan Steinmetz, Rolando Lowenstein.
The Holocaust Ducumentary film - Holocaust Educational Resource for Teachers to work with their Students
For middle and high-schools, colleges, universities, institutions, NGOs, courses, libraries, museums, Human Rghts studies and centers.
The Absence Holocaust movie and Study Guide has been distributed by The United Nations Holocaust Programme to 80 countries.
It is implemented as an educational resource in classrooms and auditoriums around the world, to teach the history of The Holocaust .
Dr Michael Berenbaum, one of the most recognized Holocaust Scholars in the United States performed the Revision and Addittions to the film.
It i s in the program of The Teachers Institute of the Holocaust Documentation and Education Center - Hollywood, Fl. .DIrector: Rossita Kenigsberg.
Dr. Miriam K. Kassenoff Holocaust Education Specialist edited a 35 mm version of survivor of testimonies for the students of Miami Dade District.
It is being distributed by Yad Vashem Jerusalem Internationally by Perla Hazan in the Teachers' Institute for Latinamerica Spain and Portugal.
Please download Study Guide with historical review of Dr. Michael Berenbaum, the most recognized scholar on The Holocaust in the United States.
Please download Questionnaire from the Study Guide for your students which contains a section of research, insight questions and creative writing.
Please download My Thoughts Sheet for your students to write about their impressions and ideas.
Please post Student/Teacher Comments and your insights after viewing this Holocaust movie.
The Absence - La Ausencia, documentary about the Holocaust, concentration camps holocaust film for students, documentary film of Holocaust survivors. it is a core Holocaust Educational Resource for Teachers to worlk with their students.