May 2, 2013
'No Place on Earth' review: Their story is fascinating; their movie, not so much
"No Place on Earth" is the latest proof that not every fascinating true story should be made into a documentary.
Holocaust film series begins Sunday with the 2012 Polish movie "In Darkness"
The Birmingham Holocaust Education Center and the Birmingham International Center will present a series of free films on the Holocaust in Poland, beginning Sunday.
No Place on Earth
In 1993, American cave enthusiast Chris Nicola traveled to Western Ukraine for two purposes - to learn more about his ancestral roots and to explore the Gypsum Giant cave system that is home to some of the world's largest horizontal caverns.
The Times of Israel
Saved from the Nazis in the caves of the Ukraine
It's been about a year since the theatrical release of Agnieszka Holland's "In Darkness," based on the true story of an extended family who hid from Nazis and their collaborators for 14 months in the sewers of Lvov.
'No Place On Earth': Underground, A Story Of Survival
Sam and Saul Stermer, members of a family who hid in an underground Ukrainian cave in the early days of World War II, return to the hideout in No Place on Earth.