A film by Claude LANZMANN

566’ / status : completed

A unique life experience for cinema-goers, Shoah, regularly ranked among the 100 best films in cinema history, tells the story of the extermination of six million Jews during the Second World War, and gave name to the event itself: the Shoah.

Considered one of the most important works in world cinema, the film is inscribed in UNESCO’s “Memory of the World” Register. It is the result of twelve years of research, giving voice to the protagonists of the concentration camps—survivors, perpetrators, and bystanders—to tell the unspeakable story of the genocide of European Jews by the Nazis during World War II. An essential historical and memorial work, the film is available in a restored 4K version.

Winner of Flaherty Documentary Award at the BAFTA Awards

Winner of Honorary César at the César Awards