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Sunday, June 4th at 2pm


80 min

United States

DIR: John Rokosny

Join us for a free screening of the Emmy Award winning documentary They Survived Together, followed by a talkback with filmmakers, director John Rokosny, producer Andriette Redmann, editor Patty Schumann and sound designer/mixer Tom Ryan

This harrowing and inspirational film traces the story of the Neiger family, one of the only families to escape and survive the Holocaust together. Showing old photographs and newspaper clippings, along with historical and archival film footage, the family takes turns sharing their recollections of one of the most terrifying experiences in history. They described living a peaceful life in a tight-knit Jewish community in Krakow, Poland, before the Nazis invaded and changed their lives forever. The siblings, consisting of Basia, Tosia, Hanka, Ben, and Cesia, recalled how their parents, Herman and Sarah, “miraculously” saved the family, helping them to escape the ghetto in 1943. As all of their friends and family were being murdered, their parents decided that they would choose the way they died if they indeed did not survive. Their mother said, “We will survive together as a family or not at all.”

A reception will follow the program.


Admission is free, but you must make a reservation to attend by clicking on the button below.


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The YoFi Digital Media Art Center and its programs are funded in part by the generous support of The City of Yonkers.


YoFi Fest is proud to be a grantee of ArtsWestchester with funding made possible by Westchester County government with the support of County Executive George Latimer.


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