"To the current generation, World War II is ancient history," says executive producer Darla Gaige. "It is something that they read about in their history books, but isn't real to them. Seeing these individuals, hearing their stories, changes that. It takes it out of the realm of abstract and makes it real and personal to them. And with the trend of denial of the Holocaust, and the dwindling number of Holocaust survivors, it is important that these stories be remembered."
"This was one of the hardest films I have ever done, but also one of the most fulfilling,"
Voices of the Holocaust is currently airing on numerous public television stations across the country, and Growth Media has launched an Indiegogo campaign to help raise funds to provide DVDs of the documentary to schools and libraries at no cost. You can help share these stories with students across the country by visiting https://www.indiegogo.com/
Voices of the Holocaust will be available on Amazon.com in September. A preview of the documentary can be found at https://www.youtube.com/