FOUR WINTERS

About the Film

Documentary | 99 MIN | US

“All I owned was my camera, leopard coat, rifle, and a grenade in case I’m captured…” says Faye Schulman, one of over 25,000 Jewish partisans, who fought back against the Nazis and their collaborators from deep within the forests of WWII’s Eastern Europe, Ukraine and Belarus. Shattering the myth of Jewish passivity, the last surviving partisans tell their stories of resistance, revealing a stunning narrative of heroism and resilience.

FESTIVALS: New York Jewish Film Festival 2020; Toronto Jewish Film Festival 2022: Winner, Best Documentary
DIRECTOR: Julia Mintz
WRITTEN BY: Julia Mintz
WITH: Luba Abramowitz, Frank Blaichman, Gertrude Boyarski 


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