About the film
As the Holocaust survivor population ages, we are on the brink of a turning point in its living story. We are nearing the day when there will be few survivors left to share their stories in person. Faced with this reality, the USC Shoah Foundation has embarked on an ambitious new project: to transform survivors into 3D digital projections that will interact with generations to come.
The documentary 116 CAMERAS follows Auschwitz survivor Eva Schloss as she goes through this unique process and reflects on her role as a speaker and activist. The film is an intimate portrait of Eva as she tells her story in an utterly new way and reflects on memory, testimony and the Holocaust.
Release date: 2017
Runtime: 16 minutes
116 CAMERAS has been generously supported by grants from the Conference on Jewish Material Claims Against Germany, Norman Raab Foundation, Hartley Film Foundation, Karma Foundation, David Bruce Smith Family Foundation, and Lee and Lauren Feldman.