New Music Video Keeps Holocaust Memories Alive

"Rainbow in the Night," a new music video about the Holocaust, keeps alive the memories of the Jews who perished.

Elad Benari ,

Scene from Music Video
Scene from Music Video
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Three quarters of a century has passed since the German invasion of Poland began World War II.

As time progresses, the number of people who can recount their personal experiences during the Holocaust grows smaller and smaller, while the number of people who deny the Holocaust continues to increase.

Much of today’s youth, raised in the age of technology such as Facebook, Twitter and smart phones, has little patience for large volumes of history, yet the memories of those six million Jews who perished at the hands of Nazi murderers during World War II must be kept alive.

Having recognized the challenge of  keeping  the Holocaust alive in today’s day and age, composer, writer and producer Cecelia Margulies has teamed up with producer and director Danny Finkelman and created "Rainbow in the Night," a new music video which brings the Holocaust to life.

Filming is already underway for this first ever music video about the Holocaust, which features a glimpse into the past, present and future of a World War II survivor.

Filming for "Rainbow in the Night" has taken place  in Crakow, Poland, as well as New York and the Majdanek concentration camp, with a cast of dozens. The video is slated for release in January.

Click here to contact the producers of this film.



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