chstvFilm's Holocaust Documentary to Air on PBS

Set your DVR or plan to be home Aug 8 at 11pm or Aug 10 at 4am to watch "We Must Remember" on PBS.

We Must Remember is a documentary produced by students about sixteen American high school students who discover the Holocaust while spending time in Germany, Poland, Austria, Washington, D.C., and Central and Southern California. This unique film captures the experiences of sixteen teens as they interview Holocaust survivors and American veterans, visit two German high schools where they interview German teens on their perspectives on this part of their country's history, and film inside three concentration camp memorial sites.

The film is narrated by Tyler Nielsen, and features Dakota Adan, Jerry Chen, Jancee Clark, Sean Funkhouser, Rory Gallagher, Ryan Haarer, Sean Letts, Elann Mash, Max Miller, Krysta Mortland, Haley Quartarone, Alexandra Regan, Brent Roach, Darren Scortt and John Tipton. It features an original soundtrack recorded by Luke Walton.

We Must Remember will be shown on KPBS in HD Monday Aug. 8 at 11 p.m. and Aug. 10 at 4 a.m.

To watch the documentary's official IMDB trailer, click here.

donald Johnson August 06, 2011 at 01:48 PM
My wife was a child in France during the Second World War. Her father's family was nearly eliminated by the Germans because they were Jews. She was kept alive because she was given to a French Catholic family to be taken care of. As a very young child of 5 she just could not understand why she was not allowed to leave the house to play with the soldiers like all the other children did.
Deanne Goodman August 06, 2011 at 03:50 PM
Wow Donald. Thanks for sharing. If she wants to tell her story for a Carlsbad Patch article, let me know, you can email me personally.
Ann Zevely August 08, 2011 at 09:11 PM
I am looking forward to watching this documentary. It was a time in our world history that we should continue to remember even as horrific as it was. Thanking each and everyone of the students involved, you will be making a mark early in your lives that will be appreciated by many.


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