No Place on Earth

Poster for No Place on Earth While mapping out the largest cave system in Ukraine, explorer and investigator Chris Nicola discovers evidence that five Jewish families spent nearly a year and a half in the pitch-black caves to escape the Nazis. This is the story of the longest uninterrupted underground survival in recorded human history.

83 minutes
Janet Tobias

Shown at

  1. 10th Annual Baton Rouge Jewish Film Festival - 2016
  2. 13th Annual Lenore Marwil Jewish Film Festival (Ann Arbor) - 2014
  3. 14th Annual Rutgers Jewish Film Festival - 2013
  4. 15th Annual Rutgers Jewish Film Festival - 2014
  5. 16th Annual Lenore Marwil Jewish Film Festival (Detroit) - 2014
  6. 18º Festival de Cinema Judaico de Sao Paulo - 2014
  7. 19th Annual East Bay Jewish Film Festival - 2014
  8. 23nd Washington Jewish Film Festival - 2013
  9. 29th Annual Buffalo International Jewish Film - 2014
  10. Atlanta Jewish Film Festival - 2013
  11. Geneva International Jewish Film Festival - 2014
  12. JewishFilm - 2013
  13. Michiana Jewish Film Festival - 2013
  14. Minneapolis Jewish Film Festival - 2013
  15. Winnipeg International Jewish Film Festival - 2013

1 Response

  1. jewishfilmfests says:

    Sleeping Through the Holocaust in Ukrainian Caves
    “In the 2012 documentary No Place on Earth, we hear from Sima and 4 of her relatives who, with 33 others, evaded death and deportation by hiding in caves beneath snow-covered Ukrainian fields. They are remarkable not only for their unique story of survival, but also for being the longest uninterrupted cave dwellers in recorded history.”

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