The Story of Three Rings: A Memoir of Dana Schwartz

Students in the 2016 Digital Storytelling Workshop at Harvard-Westlake brought to the screen the personal testimony of Holocaust Survivor Dana Schwartz and her family's experiences in the Lvov Ghetto. The short film has won more than 15 film festival awards, including CineYouth Chicago International Film Festival (Best Documentary) and at the All American High School Film Festival (Best Animation and Finalist for Best Overall).

CLICK HERE TO WATCH THE FILM

In Voices of History: Documentary Filmmaking Workshops at Los Angeles Museum of the Holocaust, students in 7th-12th grade work with mentor filmmakers (teaching artists) to create video testimonies and short documentary films based on the life stories of local Holocaust survivors.

Students do not need to have prior filmmaking knowledge or background, just an interest and motivation in learning from the last generation of Holocaust survivors in our community.

PROGRAM DATES
August 6th – 22nd, 2018 (Monday – Friday, 10am – 3pm)

LOCATION
Los Angeles Museum of the Holocaust
100 The Grove Drive
Los Angeles, CA 90036

Students do not need to enroll in both sessions to participate in the Voices of History program. Tuition required, with need-based scholarships available.

For more information, please contact Creative Programs Director Rachel Fidler at rachel@lamoth.org or (323) 456-5085.

CLICK HERE TO APPLY FOR A WORKSHOP.


Click here to read a news article about our Summer 2017 Documentary Film Workshop.


Click below to view student work from last year's summer film workshops:

Silver Birds: The Story of Eva Trenk

Jacob Eisenbach: Surviving Darkness

What I Need to Be: The Story of Erika Fabian