An award-winning feature film based on a true story of survival. Produced in association with USC Shoah Foundation.
My Name Is Sara shares the story of Sara Góralnik who at age 13 survived the Holocaust by passing as a Christian after her family was killed by Nazis.
The film is currently in festivals and slated for release in U.S. theaters later this year.
Watch exclusive clips of My Name Is Sara as part of a conversation.
Moderated by Finci-Viterbi Executive Director Stephen D. Smith with special guests:
Breathe life and light into the stories of the past by contributing your own family history to our USC Shoah Foundation Family Album.
Please share a photograph with a one-sentence caption that gives a window into your family story.
Please email your photos to SFFamilyAlbum@gmail.com by June 12, 2020, to be a part of this meaningful collection.
Submissions may be included by USC Shoah Foundation in an online gallery and social media channels.
Shapiro Family Photo
Sara (Góralnik) Shapiro with her husband, Asa, surrounded by family.
"When I see my mother, Sara, surrounded by all of us, I am reminded of her incredible resilience and miraculous will to survive—eventually building a family of her own here in the United States.
My Name Is Sara is in honor of her defiant act to continue her legacy on behalf of her family who perished along with millions of others in the Holocaust."
—Mickey Shapiro, Second Generation Survivor – Executive Producer, My Name Is Sara
Learn more about the film at www.mynameissara.com