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360-degree testimonies on location use the latest technology with a single camera that is able to capture the interviewee and the surrounding location in a single shot. This allows viewers to feel like they are standing in the location with the survivor. The locations might include a childhood home, a ghetto, a concentration camp, inside a museum or other places of key significance to a survivor’s personal history.
/ Monday, March 1, 2021
“Continuing” does not begin to characterize the work that was accomplished in the past year — we crushed it by any measure.
/ Tuesday, March 9, 2021
The Academy Award®-winning feature documentary film shares the remarkable stories of five people ­– a grandmother, a teacher, a businessman, an artist, and a U.S. congressman – as they return from the United States to their hometowns and to the ghettos and concentration camps that once imprisoned them. The film is currently available on Netflix and Blu-ray.
/ Wednesday, May 19, 2021
/ Wednesday, October 27, 2021
Looking for an opportunity to make a difference in the world? Join the team at USC Shoah Foundation. Our mission is to develop empathy, understanding and respect through testimony, using our Visual History Archive of more than 55,000 video testimonies, academic programs and partnerships across USC and 170 universities, and our award-winning IWitness education program.
/ Friday, October 29, 2021
USC Shoah Foundation and education partners can help you make the film a part of your classroom experience.
/ Friday, December 17, 2021
/ Friday, March 19, 2021
/ Wednesday, March 24, 2021
The Memory Generation is a new podcast by USC Shoah Foundation's Storyteller-in-Residence Rachael Cerrotti. In this series, Rachael hosts conversations about the inheritance of memory and intergenerational storytelling. The first season is now streaming. 
/ Thursday, April 29, 2021
In addition to collecting and preserving video testimonies, USC Shoah Foundation produces documentaries about the Holocaust and genocide. The Institute’s documentary films have aired in 50 countries and are subtitled in 28 languages.
/ Thursday, March 4, 2021
USC Shoah Foundation’s newly established Scholar Lab program provides academics with an opportunity to engage in cross-disciplinary scholarly inquiry in a collaborative space. The inaugural 2020-2021 Scholar Lab program focuses on the topic of antisemitism. A cohort of academics was invited to explore antisemitism from a wide range of disciplinary perspectives and to use the collaborative meetings to guide and hone their work. The results of their research, presented in both traditional and non-traditional formats, will be accessible to the public later this year.
/ Friday, November 5, 2021