A trailblazing Holocaust documentary filmmaker's personal retrospective
Claude Lanzmann, 87, director of the landmark film 'Shoah,' discusses his new film, anti-Semitism in France and the only two subjects worth writing about.
The very first interview Claude Lanzmann recorded for his groundbreaking nine-and-a-half hour documentary “Shoah” ended up on the cutting-room floor. It was an interview he conducted almost 40 years ago in Rome with Benjamin Murmelstein, a Viennese rabbi and intellectual who served as the last head of the Jewish Council in Theresienstadt. Although the question-and-answer session went...
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