Jewish Highlights, Jewish Film, Holocaust, Europe
Michael Kretzmer
79 minutes


Release year: 2022
Countries of Origin: UK
Languages: French, English
Genre: Documentary


Best Jewish Film
Best European Film
Best Documentary Feature
Cannes World Film Festival

Audience Award Winner
Australian Jewish Film Festival

Best Documentary
Houston Jewish Film Festival
Toronto Jewish Film Festival
American Golden Picture International Film Festival
Berlin Awards
Benelux International film festival
Best International Film Festival
Birsamunda International Film Awards
Canadian Cinematography Awards (CaCA)
Caravan International Film Festival
Cinematic European Film Festival
Courage Film Festival
Crown Wood International Film Festival
Cuckoo International Film Awards
Dreamz Catcher International Film Festival
European Cinematography AWARDS (ECA)
Festival Napoleon on Champs Elysees in Paris
Golden Lion International Film Festival (GLIFF)
Hollywood Blvd Film Festival
Italy International Film Festival
Kiez Berlin Film Festival
Kollywood International Film Festival
Kookai International Film Festival
Los Angeles Cinematography Awards (LACA)
Makizhmithran International Film Festival
Mokkho International Film Festival
Paradise Film Festival
Poombukar Independent Film Festival
Pure Magic International Film Festival
Rohip International Film Festival
Subathra International Film Festival
Swedish International Film Festival
Swiss International Film Festival
Tamizhagam Iinternational Film Festival
Washington DC International Cinema Festival

Official Selection
Punta del Este Jewish Film Festival



This blistering documentary is recalibrating the dialogue between the Jewish People and Lithuania by demanding that the Lithuanian government stops telling Holocaust lies. Made on a shoestring budget of less than $30,000 this painful, angry film has has won over 120 Best Documentary Awards and film festival selections across the world and has become one of the key weapons in the ongoing fight for Holocaust Truth. J’Accuse! also powerfully challenges the silence of the EU, the UN and NATO… and asks if the Holocaust has ceased to have moral meaning.


Michael Kretzmer is 69. He was born in Bulawayo, Zimbabwe but has lived in England since 1976. He has written for the Sunday Times and produced many documentary films for the BBC, Channel 4 and other international broadcasters. In 2019 he made his first trip to Lithuania and this led to his making the multi award-winning documentary feature film J’Accuse! He lives in the Midlands, is a father and grandfather, likes motorbikes, travel and a bit of Torah study.

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