Every week, survivors of the Shoah from different regions of Europe meet regularly in a Munich apartment - the Café Zelig.
Many of them carry dramatic, traumatic stories of survival
and the loss of relatives and friends.
They are looked after sensitively and lovingly at Café Zelig.
The film accompanies some of them back to their past, to their old homeland in Poland, from which they were uprooted. It follows them into the years
of the post-war period in Germany, where they found their ways back into life.
And it shows their everyday lives today. A film about coping with trauma and one of the last chances to get into conversation with Holocaust survivors and to give them the opportunity to
STATUS OF THE PROJECT
Film work will start in February 2019.
This site will be updated soon (early December) on our partners, our fundraising campaign, the film team and some of our protagonists.
CALL TO ACTION!
Please support our film project by donating.
We are registered as non-profit association in Berlin, Germany. Donations to our association are tax-deductible. Please contact us for more information regarding donations.
Tanja Cummings (director & producer)