The film features exclusive commentary by historians Efraim Zuroff and Konrad Kwiet; Survivors Fania Yocheles Brantsovsky and Dobke Yonis; Vilnius activists: former Green House Holocaust museum director Rachel Kostanian and former Vilnius University Yiddish professor Dovid Katz; European parliamentarians Denis MacShane, John Mann, Martin Schulz, Gert Weisskirchen; Sensational responses from Lithuanian government officials including red-brown commission boss Ronaldas Račinskas and the prosecutor, Rimvydas Valentukevičius, who “investigates” Holocaust survivors (none of whom were ever charged with anything or received a public apology); MEP Vytautas Landsbergis later withheld permission for inclusion of his own taped interview…
COVERAGE AND REVIEWS:
22 April 2013. The Jerusalem Report: ‘Lithuania’s deceit’ by Bernard Dichek.
10 April 2013. CBS 6 / WTVR.com: ‘Virginia this morning: Jay Ipson’.
14 September 2012. The Australian: ‘Lithuania’s lies and deception exposed. Pick of the day’ [review of Rewriting History] by Graeme Blundell [also here].
14 September 2012. The Surf Coast News: ‘Rewriting History documentary screens tonight on SBS’ by Nicholas Soames.
14 September 2012. J-Wire: ‘Rewriting History’ by J-Wire staff.
14 September 2012. Time Out: ‘As it happened: Rewriting History — when truth is the enemy’ [review of Rewriting History] by Hobart Mercury.
10 September 2012. Deakin Worldly: ‘Deakin academic’s global campaign to stand up for a European academic and prevent Holocaust history being rewritten to feature in SBS documentary’.
10 September 2012. The Sidney Morning Herald: ‘Free to air’ by Tim Elliott [also here].
7 September 2012. SBS Radio: ‘Interview with Danny Ben-Moshe on Holocaust Denial in Lithuania’ by Alex Dafner.
16 August 2012. DefendingHistory.com: ‘Executive director of “Red-Brown Commission” doubts Lithuanian Jews were killed “on a racial basis” before arrival of German forces in 1941″ [excerpt from the documentary film Rewriting History].↑ Return to Top