Shown on Saturdays & Sundays, 2:00 PM, Exhibit Site, Coronado Center

all films are free to the public


THE WAVE – 42 MIN
February 6 and March 13, 2010

To explain to his students the atmosphere in the 1930's Nazi-Germany, history teacher Burt Ross initiates a daring experiment.


WEAPONS OF THE SPIRIT – 38 MIN
February 7, 2010

The story of Le Chambon-sur-Lignon, a small village in south central France, and how its 5,000 Christian citizens responded to the Nazi policy of discrimination.

PURPLE TRIANGLES – 28 MIN
February 13, 2010

A discussion with the Kusserow family about being Jehovah Witnesses during Nazi Germany and their persecution for their belief including being sent to concentration camps.

NOT IN OUR TOWN – 30 MIN
February 14 and March 6, 2010

A true story about how a diverse community in Billings, Montana stands together against the shameful actions that have been happening in their town.

ONE OUT OF TEN – 42 MIN
February 20 and March 28, 2010

From 1939 to 1945 over six million of the nine million Jews in Europe were targeted and mass-murdered by the Nazis in the greatest tragedy to unfold in the 20th century. For every one child who lived, nine others did not. “One out of Ten” is a documentary that tells the stories of those few children who survived.

PLUM BLOSSOM IN SNOW – 51 MIN – followed by a discussion with Christopher Smith, Falun Dafa practitioner and coordinator of Falun Dafa activities in New Mexico

February 21 and March 20, 2010

This documentary is the story of Australian Yhizhen Dai. Her beloved husband Chen Chengyong, was persecuted to death in China for his belief in and support for Falun Gong, an ancient form of qigong an internal Chinese meditative practice.

Falun Dafa (also known as Falun Gong) is a traditional Chinese spiritual discipline based on the principles of 'Truthfulness-Compassion-Forbearance' that is Buddhist in nature. It brings together meditation, energy exercises, and moral teachings as a means of cultivating the mind and body. This peaceful practice and its practitioners and supporters are currently being brutally persecuted in China.

Christopher will discuss
Plum Blossom in Snow and the decade-long brutal persecution of Falun Dafa continuing in China today.

WE WERE MARKED WITH A BIG A – 44 MIN
February 27, 2010

Little is known about the Nazi persecution of homosexuals. Gay survivors tell their stories of their arrests and incarceration in camps.

THE LAST DAYS – 87 MIN
February 28, 2010

The story of five Hungarian Jews during the Holocaust. It focuses on the horrors of life in the concentration camps and also stresses the optimism and the desire to survive.

MORE THAN BROKEN GLASS: MEMORIES OF KRISTALLNACHT – 60 MIN
March 7, 2010

A portrait of the times and events leading to the November 1938 “Night of Broken Glass” when German synagogues were looted and burned along with Jewish homes and businesses.

THE FREEDOM WRITERS – 123 MIN
March 14, 2010

The true story of a dedicated California teacher who finds a unique way to unify her disadvantaged and racially divided students. To improve their grasp of academics, she has them keep journals about their violent, troubled lives.

THE DOUBLE CROSSING:
THE VOYAGE OF THE ST. LOUIS
– 60 MIN
March 21, 2010

More than 900 Jewish refugees fleeing Nazi Germany in 1939 on the SS St. Louis were denied entry to Cuba and the United States and forced to return to Europe. The documentary addresses racism, quota systems for refugees and immigration policies.

AUSCHWITZ: IF YOU CRIED YOU DIED – 25 MIN
March 27, 2010

A chronicle of the journey of two Holocaust survivors as they revisit the hell they knew as Auschwitz. The documentary illustrates how the prejudice, intolerance and violence that characterized the Holocaust provide timely lessons for all of us today.