Spencer, NY : LogIn Productions [distributor], 
Video — 1 videodisc (52 mins.) : sd., col. and with b&w sequences ; 4 3/4 in.
Holocaust survivor Samuel Willenberg returns to his native Poland to visit the places where he lived during World War II, beginning with Opatow. He recalls the events of the war and the Holocaust and describes his part in the revolt of prisoners in the Treblinka concentration camp on August 2, 1943. He tells how he was one of 400 inmates to escape from Treblinka and retraces the route he took to Warsaw.
A documentary shot on digital video, where Volker Koepp explores the 'Schattenland' (shadowland) of Masuria, a lake land region in the north-east of Poland, bordering on the Kaliningrad Oblast, and part of East Prussia until 1945. There he interviews a variety of people: poor Ukrainian farmers who settled after the Second World War, estranged from Poland but with no obvious links to Ukraine; fishermen scraping a living, chipping through ice to seek their meagre catch; a young architect from Warsaw and his Lithuanian partner in their holiday home, attracted by the scenery; a retired German newscaster, reminiscing about the post-war flight of the German population.
Brooklyn, NY : First Run/Icarus Films [distributor], [2005?]
Video — 1 videodisc (85 min.) : sd., col. and b&w ; 4 3/4 in.
Through interviews and archival documents, documentary filmmaker Esther Hoffenberg explores her mother Eva's life as a young woman in Poland and Germany during World War II. Eva's family accepted German citizenship and her father collaborated with the Nazis to maintain his business. After the war, Eva emigrated to France and was disinherited by her father for marrying a Jewish man. She suffered a series of mental breakdowns beginning in the 1970s.