Remember

Poster for Remember "Remember" is the contemporary story of Zev, who discovers that the Nazi guard who murdered his family some 70 years ago is living in America under an assumed identity. Despite the obvious challenges, Zev sets out on a mission to deliver long-delayed justice with his own trembling hand. What follows is a remarkable cross-continent road-trip with surprising consequences.

Year:
2015
Length:
95 minutes
Country:
Director:
Atom Egoyan
Genre:

Shown at

  1. 14th Annual Ruth and Bernard Friedman Windsor Jewish Film Festival - 2016
  2. 19th CAJE Miami Jewish Film Festival - 2016
  3. 20th Annual Hartford Jewish Film Festival - 2016
  4. 22nd Annual Jewish and Israeli Film Festival (Allentown) - 2017
  5. 22nd Denver Jewish Film Festival - 2018
  6. 26th Annual San Diego Jewish Film Festival - 2016
  7. 26th Donald M. Ephraim Palm Beach Jewish Film Festival - 2016
  8. Atlanta Jewish Film Festival - 2016
  9. Berkshire Jewish Film Festival - 2016
  10. Boston Jewish Film Festival - 2015
  11. Boulder Jewish Film Festival - 2017
  12. Cincinnati Jewish & Israeli Film Festival - 2016
  13. Columbia Jewish Film Festival - 2017
  14. East Bay International Jewish Film Festival - 2017
  15. East Bay Jewish Film Festival - 2016
  16. Greater Phoenix Jewish Film Festival - 2017
  17. Honolulu Jewish Film Festival - 2017
  18. Houston Jewish Film Festival - 2016
  19. Jewish Cinema Mississippi - 2017
  20. JFilm Festival (Pittsburgh) - 2016
  21. Michiana Jewish Film Festival - 2016
  22. Morris and Mollye Fogelman International Jewish Film Festival - 2017
  23. Randi & Bruce Pergament Jewish Film Festival - 2016
  24. Savannah Jewish Film Festival - 2016
  25. St. Louis Jewish Film Festival - 2016
  26. Toledo Jewish Film Festival - 2017
  27. West Valley Jewish Film Festival - 2018
  28. White Mountain Jewish Film Festival - 2017
  29. Wilmington Jewish Film Festival - 2017

7 Responses

  1. jewishfilmfests says:

    Film Festival Plans Opening to Remember

    Oscar will play a starring role in the opening night of the 16th Atlanta Jewish Film Festival on Tuesday, Jan. 26.

    Oscar-nominated director Atom Egoyan’s “Remember,” starring Academy Award winners Christopher Plummer and Martin Landau, will open the festival as part of a Sweet Sixteen-themed gala at the Cobb Energy Performing Arts Centre. It’s the third consecutive year that the festival has opened at the Cumberland-area facility.

    http://atlantajewishtimes.com/2015/12/17815/

  2. jewishfilmfests says:

    Holocaust Memories Never Die, but Nazis Do

    “Remember” is not of the same caliber as that Alfred Hitchcock classic, but it has enough twists to reward viewers who let the top-notch acting carry them away and don’t try to see the surprises coming.

    http://atlantajewishtimes.com/2016/01/holocaust-memories-never-die-but-nazis-do/

  3. jewishfilmfests says:

    Christopher Plummer talks fighting Nazis, growing old, and the Oscars controversy

    In Remember, Christopher Plummer squares off against some familiar adversaries: Nazis. The 86-year-old Oscar winner has an incredible acting resume that includes two Tony Award wins, but he’s best known to generations of movie fans for his role as Captain Von Trapp, the stern Austrian widower who not only falls for Fraulein Maria in The Sound of Music, but stands up to the Nazis who have seized control of his country in 1938.

    http://www.ew.com/article/2016/01/24/christopher-plummer-remember

  4. I would like to rent or buy the film Remember. Please let me know the costs for both.

  5. jewishfilmfests says:

    Last Chance For Closure
    Director Atom Egoyan on his new film ‘Remember’ — a take on memory and revenge, and a very different kind of road movie.

    http://www.thejewishweek.com/arts/film/last-chance-closure

  6. jewishfilmfests says:

    New Film ‘Remember’ Is Unforgettable
    His new film, “Remember,” casts Christopher Plummer as Zev Guttman, a Holocaust survivor with dementia. Guttman has just lost his wife and lives at a rest home. Also at the rest home is Max Rosenbaum (played by Martin Landau), a fellow Auschwitz survivor. Rosenbaum gives Guttman a letter that sends him on a mission of revenge to track down one of the Nazis responsible for the death of their family members.
    http://www.kpbs.org/news/2016/apr/01/new-film-remember/

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