USC Shoah Foundation: - An overview of the USCSF.
Feature Film by Roman Polanski - Starring Adrien Brody, about the life of the Polish-Jewish pianist and composer Władysław Szpilman.
15-minute documentary - The history of the Nazi death camp. Produced by Steven Spielberg and narrated by Meryl Streep.
Short documentary compilation - Following two USC students as they compose a piano suite based on the testimonies of Holocaust survivors.
Journey Through Testimony - Follows teachers and educators on the educational trip of a lifetime to Poland to participate in the iTeach seminar.
Short documentary compilation - Based on the testimonies, performances, and personal photos of five Holocaust survivors.
Short documentary compilation - The stories of three men who credit their ability to play music with their survival during the Holocaust.
Testimony - Wallfisch chronicles her journey from privilege to imprisonment in Auschwitz, where her position as a cellist in the orchestra saved her life.
Testimony - The only child of Irvin and Phyllis Karp, gives a powerful account of how the family was forced into the Krakow ghetto and then Auschwitz-Birkenau.
Testimony - Details his experiences in the Lodz ghetto and Auschwitz-Birkenau, where he and his brother were tragically separated from their family.
Testimony - He survived several concentration camps and in Dachau was forced to play for his life in front of the SS.
Testimony - He tells how his family was sent to the Terezin ghetto before Kurt was deported to Auschwitz-Birkenau.
Testimony - Sommer was sent to Theresienstadt and forced to perform for the Germans.
Testimony - When the Nazis invaded, he was performing in Sweden and couldn’t return home. He and his wife escaped to the U.S. in 1940.
Testimony - Lebovics grew up in Ostrowiec, Poland until 1940, when her family was banished to the open ghetto.
Testimony - After the German invasion she was forced into manual labor in Austria and then sent to Bergen-Belsen.
Testimony - Goldstein learned piano and music theory as a girl in the ghetto of Vilna, Poland.
Testimony - Rosmarin testifies to his survival of several concentration camp imprisonments and tells of how playing the harmonica saved his life.