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Nancy Spielberg Film Uncovers Buried Treasures of Warsaw Ghetto
TRENDING | Legendary Director Steven Spielberg's sister, Nancy Spielberg is re-telling history in a new film. 'Who Will Write Our History' uncovers buried treasures of the Warsaw Ghetto. As International Holocaust Remembrance Day approaches, Nancy Spielberg gives more riveting details on her film. Emily Frances has the story.
Nancy Spielberg may be petite in stature, but she's a heavy weight champion of Zionism, Judaism and Israel.
"I avoided making films for most of my adult life because there was a very large Spielberg presence in that area," Nancy Spielberg said, as she explained her fear of being compared to her famous brother.
But the little sister of legendary Director Steven Spielberg has more than just made a film, she's soared 'above and beyond' her own expectations after reading an obituary about and American-Jewish pilot who helped smuggle planes and fight in Israel's War of Independence.
"I was 50-something I said this is my moment, I'm going to do this. I lost the fear of failure and just ran with it," Spielberg said.
Spielberg's latest film is 'Who Will Write Our History'. Told from the perspectives of the heroic men and women who buried 30,000 eyewitness accounts, photos and other mementos in time capsules, the film cements unknown names Emanuel Ringelblum and Rachel Auerbach into our consciousness.
"She [Auerbach] said 'I'm leaving — my family is waiting for me. I have a ticket and I'm getting out of here,' and he [Ringelblum] said 'we cannot all run away.' Whatever that did to impress her — she stayed," Spielberg explained.
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