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
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Shown at

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