In this personal documentary, a daughter uncovers the controversial choices that her father made in order to survive the Holocaust.
“Something special… a discerning historical document about little known aspects of the war itself” — Filmfestivals.com
A coastal city renowned for its idyllic beauty, Kastoria was once home to a harmonious and vibrant population of Jews and Christians. Illuminating the individual stories of the Sephardi Jews forced from their homes, this carefully crafted documentary serves as a tribute, and reminder of, the many displaced communities afflicted by the Holocaust. Using never-before-seen archival footage and interviews with survivors scattered across the diaspora, Trezoros stitches together a compelling and affecting portrait of what was once a dynamic Jewish community.
Director Lawrence Russo will be a guest of the festival.
93 mins / English, Greek, Hebrew (English subtitles)
Director — Lawrence Russo, Larry Confino