“We are not closed to new ways of doing things.”
USC Shoah Foundation’s Immersive Innovations team headed to Mexico in March of this year to spend a week with Holocaust survivors Dolly and Julio Botton. The couple, who have been together for more than 50 years, were part of the Institute’s first collection of videotaped testimonies back in the 1990s.
Julio and Dolly teamed up with the Institute once again, this time to take part in a trailblazing project — Dimensions in Testimony, a collection of interactive videotaped biographies that uses new technologies to allow people around the world to ask questions of Holocaust survivors in real time. We invite you to take a look inside that week of memorable filming and learn more about this loving couple and their dedication to preserving the past for the next generation.