We are a group of filmmakers dedicated to fighting racism, bigotry and genocide through the art of film. We hope to inspire change in the ways people perceive the "other." Our films remove the veils that divide us and, through the art of story telling, reveal the commonalities that bind us together.
The phrase “Never Again” emerged at the end of World War II when survivors of the Holocaust vowed to never allow innocent Jews to be persecuted. This phrase is now used to combat any form of genocide.
Our documentaries show how the promise of "Never Again" has been broken repeatedly throughout history. The films raise awareness, while educating viewers, about patterns and characteristics of genocide. Each film issues a call to action, urging viewers to raise their voices against oppression. We each have a responsibility to make a difference, particularly when innocent people face injustice.